M/s Hind Energy & Coal Beneficiation Pvt. Ltd. is presently operating a 2 x 1.2 MTPA dry type of coal washery at Village: Hindadih, Tehsil: Masturi, District: Bilaspur (C.G.) for which the Honorable Ministry of Environment and Forest, GoI, New Delhi has accorded Environment Clearance vide letter No.: J-11015/190/2007-IA.

The scope of this report is to submit the results of the pilot study on water resources assessment using space inputs. Annual water resources during the period 1988-89 to 2007-80, mean annual water resources, water resources during the extreme rainfall conditions in the Godavari, and Brahmani - Baitarni basins are presented.

Pioneer Enviro Laboratories & Consultants Private Limited, Hyderabad, have prepared Draft Environmental Impact Assessment (DEIA) report for the proposed expansion Ferro alloys & Power Plant by incorporating the Terms Of Reference approved by Ministry of Environment & Forests, New Delhi.

This paper attempts to bring out the influence of governance systems on the water and sanitation service levels in rural Andhra Pradesh, India.

This report by Naandi Foundation on hunger and malnutrition in 112 districts across nine states of India has revealed that 42.3 per cent children under the age of five years are underweight, 58.8 per cent are stunted and 11.4 per cent are “wasted”.

The Government of India released the National Action Plan on Climate Change (NAPCC) in 2008 as part of an ambitious domestic action plan to address climate change.

Forest Department of Andhra Pradesh has brought out this comprehensive State Forest Report 2011 depicting forest cover changes including
growth and drain between 2008 and 2009.

Universal Crescent Power Private Limited (UCPPL) proposes to set up a Coal Based Saurashtra Super Thermal Power Project (STPP) of 4000 MW (6 x 660 MW) nominal capacity, comprising of three stages of 2 x 660 MW units at Bharvadia village of Kalyanpur taluk in Jamnagar district, Gujarat.

This compendium published by Administrative Staff College of India (ASCI) and CISCO presents selective cases on the use of ICT for effective urban governance and service delivery in India.

This paper explores the role of ICTs in empowering Indian rural women, through a review of ICT initiatives in India. The paper concludes that, while most of the ICT initiatives are disseminating new information and knowledge useful for rural women, many are not able to make use of it, due to lack of access to complementary sources of support and services.