The proposed Rs.2,000 crore KGS Aranmula international airport project in Kerala can go ahead if its promoters get the required environment clearance, Chief Minister Oommen Chandy said Friday.
The state has estimated a crop loss to the tune of Rs 53.22 crore in 1,400 hectares across the state in the summer rain this year.
Chief minister Oommen Chandy said even though the state government has failed to come out with a successful model on waste management, it is unfair to say the government hasn't done anything for it
The state government has submitted an affidavit to the Supreme Court that raps the Sree Padmanabhaswamy authorities for their failure to evict the encroachers at the Pathrakulam inside the complex
In a move that could have damaging political fallout for the UDF leadership, the Ministry of Environment and Forests (MoEF) has categorically ruled out redrawing the borders of 123 villages in the
The state forest department is planning to close down some of its major wildlife sanctuaries and parks following the onset of acute summer and increasing incidents of forest fires in the last few w
The government has decided to constitute two committees to frame as well as scrutinize the rules relating to the new Land Acquisition Act, 2013 of the Centre.
The state government on Wednesday submitted a detailed 20-page final report on the state's response on Kasturirangan review committee report to the ministry of environment and forests (MoEF).
The state government has claimed that the proposed Aranmula airport would not be coming up on a wetland.
The Greens in the state are planning to move the National Green Tribunal (NGT) against the environmental clearance given by the State Environmental Impact Assessment Authority (SEIAA) to 17 quarrie
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