Order of the National Green Tribunal in the matter of Paani Foundation Vs State of Haryana & Others dated 31/05/2019 regarding mining by M/s Kayden Infra Engineering Private Limited, M/s ASD-RKC JV and M/s Associated Soapstone Distributing Co. Pvt. Ltd. in District Bhiwani, Haryana. According to the applicant, operation of mining leases is adversely affecting the ground water and the water ecology in the area. Mining is being done beyond permissible limit for the last four years.

In what could hurt Haryana chief minister Manohar Lal Khattar's claim of corruption-free governance, the Supreme Court has severely criticised the manner in which "influence in high places' was use

Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal on Thursday said that to provide adequate water for drinking and irrigation purposes in southern Haryana, especially in Loharu and Bahal areas of district Bhiwani

Like the previous year, cotton farmers in the district are spending anxious moments following the attack of white fly on their crop.

Politicians may have flashed the `development' card while campaigning, but a recent study reports that 80% farmers in the state are reeling under debt.The study shows how nearly 80% farmers in Hary

The Haryana Government has released a grant amounting to Rs 10.56 crore for development works in Municipal Corporations, Municipal Councils, Municipal Committees and the Haryana Slum Clearance Boar

The water table in several districts of Punjab and Haryana has been showing a continuous declining trend in the last four decades.

With a view to create awareness among people towards protection of wildlife, Haryana forest department will observe Wildlife Safety Week in the State from October 4.

Waterlogging major problem in six villages of Charkhi Dadri

The spectre of crop failure is looming large over around 3,000 acres of farmland at six villages of the Charkhi Dadri block in Bhiwani district. Farmers are facing a flood-like situation in the absence of proper rainwater drainage even though Chief Minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda had announced a package of Rs 100 crore to control waterlogging in the area two years ago.

Haryana Chief Minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda today announced relief for agriculturists using tubewells in Bhiwani district.

Hooda was addressing representatives of the Bhartiya Kisan Union and farmers of the area who had called upon him at his residence here today. Hooda said the consumers having motors with capacity between 12.5 BHP and 15 BHP would be supplied electricity at the rate of 20 paisa per unit for metered supply and Rs 30 per BHP per month for unmetered supply as against the previous rate of 25 paisa per unit and Rs 35 per BHP per month, respectively.

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