Order of the National Green Tribunal (Central Zone Bench, Bhopal) in the matter of Tarun Rathore Vs MoEF&CC & Others dated 14/11/2022.

Janabhivyakti, the Centre for Policy Research-Namati Environmental Justice Program and Oxfam India have jointly conducted a groundtruthing study of environmental violations in the Bodai-Daldali bauxite mine located in the Kabirdham district of Chhattisgarh.

Order of the Supreme Court of India in the matter of Bhupesh Baghel Vs Anil Agarwal dated 17/07/2018 regarding non-forestry activities and enroachment by Balco in Bastar, Chhattisgarh.

The allegation in this contempt petition is that large areas have been used for non-forest purposes by M/s. Balco in spite of the order passed by this Court on 29.02.2008.

The Bharat Aluminium Company Ltd (BALCO) has received the ‘Best India CSR Project Award’.

The Centre has so far transferred the environment clearance (EC) of 19 coal blocks out of approved 29 mines from the earlier allottees to the new successful bidders including JSW Steel, GMR Chhatti

Under current laws, a company cannot sell mines but only transfer leases when it is acquired by another firm

Aluminium major's initiative helps farmers to take second crop

Premsai Kanwar, a small farmer in Dondro village of Korba district, had never dreamt of taking a second crop in his field. Lack of irrigation facility literally made his land barren after taking the kharif paddy crop.

Statement of the Minister of Mines in response to Rajya Sabha Starred Question No. 276 for 10th February, 2014, asked by Shri Ram Kripal Yadav regarding allocation of bauxite mines to private companies.

SC judges suspected a lack of objective criteria in the selection

In the ongoing hearing on Thursday before the Supreme Court in the coal block allocation controversy, the government presented information sought by the judges on Wednesday about companies selected and rejected by the screening committee.

“We don’t know how the villagers can consent to diversion of forest land five days after denouncing it”

It all started with great excitement — organising groups, motivating young women to lead from the front, guarding the village borders to prevent vote buying through gifts — for it seemed important to make their voices of dissent heard against the international mining giant Vedanta.