The report for revenue sector indicated illegal mining in the state while doing scrutiny of files and registers of 13 district mining officers for the period between May 2013 to February 2014.

Question raised in Rajya Sabha on cutting of trees in Taj Mahal’s special eco-sensitive zone, 06/08/2015. As per a newspaper report dated 3rd July, 2015 illegal cutting of around 4,000 trees in the 500-metre-radius of the Taj Mahal and 8,000 trees in Babupur forest block of Agra Division has come to the notice of this Ministry.

Question raised in Lok Sabha on impact of climate change on monuments, 04/08/2015. Taj Mahal in Agra has been identified as a monument, which needs to be protected from air pollution. No nationwide exercise has been undertaken to identify specific monuments which are vulnerable to climatic change and air pollution.

Order of the National Green Tribunal (Principal Bench, New Delhi) in the matter of Kuldeep Nagar & Anr. Vs. Jaiprakash Associates Ltd. & Ors. dated 24/07/2015 regarding alleged failure of the Respondent No.1 - Jaiprakash Associates limited, the Project Proponent who had undertaken the work of construction of Yamuna Expressway running over 165 kilometers between Greater Noida and Agra, to install rain water harvesting systems all along the stretch of this Expressway in compliance with the Environment

Department-related Parliamentary Standing Committee on Science & Technology, Environment & Forests present this Two Hundred and Sixty-second Report on 'Effects of Pollution on Taj'.

Agra: Acting on directions of the state government, the Agra administration has recommended that the 250-meter radius surrounding the Soor Sarovar Bird Santuary be declared an eco-sensitive zone.

Why have you been sleeping for more than 10 years, asks judge.

Amid rumours that farmers were given a mere Rs 100 as compensation for crop damage, the district administration has directed officials to ensure that no farmer is given less than Rs 1,000 as compen

Activists gathered along the banks of the Yamuna here to demand an early clean up of the river that is the lifeline to millions in northern India.

With Holi just round the corner, green activists are seeing red as rules to burn only dead trees are set to be flouted by many in the festival.