A division bench of the Orissa High Court has upheld the state government's decision to lease 50 per cent of the 855 hectares of the chromite deposit areas recovered from the Tata Iron and Steel

The notification has been finalised and the government has officially become a part of the Ban the Bag campaign. Even though the modalities of this ban are still being finalised, Delhities can expect

More sewage than river water may be flowing down Yamuna, but the BJP Delhi Pradesh Committee has discovered a 5 km "pollution-free" stretch to build a ghat for a religious festival.

Haryana government has invited global bids from private investors for setting up a 500 MW power station at Yamunanagar. The global tender for the project, which was earlier delayed due to economic

The Union Ministry of Environment and Forests will soon set up a cell to deal with management of municipal solid waste in major cities. The thrust of the group would be to encourage private sector

The Minister of Environment and Forest, Suresh P Prabhu, has ordered an inquiry following the devastating landslide which killed nearly 200 people in Malpa and has obstructed the trade route between

Year after year, Kerala keeps losing valuable coastal land to sea erosion. But neither the state government nor the Centre seem particularly concerned. Study commissioned by the State Irrigation

The Delhi High Court has directed the Industrial Development Bank of India (IDBI) to inquire into the dispute concerning the Kakinada-based 208-MW Godavari gas power project and evolve a solution.A

For 13 years, the Government has been pumping huge sums of money into the Peechi Reservoir Fisheries Project, thinking it was helping tribal and Scheduled Caste families in the area. Instead,