Several of India’s key concerns found a mention during the recently concluded climate talks in Doha even as the UN organised meet failed to break the ground for aggressive emission cuts or a firm f
Human resource minister Kapil Sibal has urged the oil ministry to allow the use of subsidised cooking gas for mid-day meals for the current fiscal year to help prevent additional expenditure of .
The guidelines for tourism in tiger reserves submitted to the Supreme Court may be in violation of the Forest Rights Act and the Wildlife Protection Act, said two members of the committee of the Na
May incorporate an industry-friendly provision that will allow the government to acquire land for showcase projects such as the Delhi-Mumbai Industrial corridor.
Bill balances needs of economic growth with concerns of aam aadmi, says Jairam Ramesh.
Minister accuses developers of submitting incomplete plans
Party unable to push through any meaningful pro-aam aadmi policy, feels this section
Five senior ministers— Kamal Nath, Veerappa Moily, CP Joshi, Anand Sharma and Ajit Singh—opposed the bill
Rural development minister says mining one of key issues contributing to Maoist stranglehold over mineral-rich forest areas.
Govt will not be able to acquire land for PPP infrastructure projects and private businesses, if House panel recommendations are accepted in proposed bill
Forfeiting our commons
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NGO demands withdrawal of Niyamgiri gram sabha notificatio