Invalidates Punjab Termination of Agreements Act 2004, rules state has to comply with judgments on completion of SYL canal

The Supreme Court today agreed to consider a plea for increasing the number of vehicles allowed to ply between Manali and Rohtang Pass to meet the demand during the tourism season.

The crop insurance scheme meant for farmers is nothing but a sham as the affected people are unable to claim compensation for farm losses under the terms and conditions of the policy, the PIL petit

The private company collecting toll tax from trucks entering Delhi from neighbouring states of Haryana, Uttar Pradesh and Rajasthan today told the Supreme Court that it was not in a position to com

Green tribunal asks state to explain why top officers should not be held for order violation

Farmers of Harsuru and Garouli villages in Gurgaon district would effectively get 10 per cent more compensation for their land acquired in 2006 for setting up a special economic zone (SEZ).

The Supreme Court today ruled that all 949 persons whose land was acquired in 2009 for two projects in Ludhiana were entitled to allotment of plots under the oustees policy.

Haryana mining cases are likely to get priority hearing in the Supreme Court as senior advocate Harish Salve, who is assisting the court as amicus curiae in matters relating to projects in forest a

The Supreme Court today said it wanted the prosecution of Haryana officials who had turned a blind eye to rampant illegal mining in the state in violation of the court’s ban on mining in the Araval

PIL petitioners today pleaded with the Delhi High Court to quash the environmental clearance given to the proposed Tata Camelot’s high-rise project in Mohali district, contending a state-level comm