The objectives of this policy are: To make Rajasthan a destination for investors and processors, both global and domestic; To evolve strategies to strengthen the marketing infrastructure through improvement of density of regulated market yards equipped with grading, cleaning and packaging facilities, market information and auction systems in which private sector investment will be encouraged; Cre

The National Rural Employment Guarantee Act (NREGA) is a social safety net program that provides employment to over 35 million households and has an annual budget of Rs 39,000 crores/

Guidelines for categorization of hotels, requirement of consent under Water & Air Act and pollution control measures/treatment facility for waste water.

The State Water Resources Planning Department (SWRPD) was established to achieve an integrated and multisectoral approach to the planning, development and use of the State

Hazardous Waste (Management & Handling) Rules, 1989 were

The draft of Rajasthan state water policy, 2008. This policy is aimed at reducing irrigation water demand through both increased irrigation efficiency, and optimum utilization of the available surface water resource. Also focuses on water conservation measures including effective artificial recharge.

This report starts with a brief account of different types of IPRs, including a brief overview of the WTO TRIPs agreement. It focuses on biodiversity and relationship with the IPR regime.

These rules may be called the Rajasthan Land Revenue (Allotment of waste land for bio-fuel plantation and bio-fuel based Industrial and processing unit)Rules, 2007. They shall extend to the whole of the State of Rajasthan. They shall come into force at once.

Rajasthan presents evidence for the existence of one of the most advanced works of ancient mining and accompanied deforestation globally. Mining continues to be an important economic activity in Rajasthan. However, economic benefits of mineral extraction also accompany environmental, economic and social costs.

Today environmental pollution has assumed serious proportions and become a big problem because the built-in balance has been disturbed by the industrialization and the philosophy of conquest of nature through exploration and exploitation of natural resources by man to the advantage of mankind. This report contains the Environmental status of Jaipur city, Rajasthan, India.