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Order of the National Green Tribunal in the matter of Anil Kumar Rai Vs Ministry of Environment & Forest & Others dated 29/07/2019 regarding M/s. Broadson Commodities Pvt. Ltd., illegally undertaking sand mining on the riverbeds of Sone River in Bhojpur District, Bihar, in the process of which many temporary bridges have been constructed over the river. Sand has been excavated at many places by digging upto the depth of 50 feet against the permissible depth of 3 meter, resulting in reduction of groundwater level in the nearby area.

Order of the National Green Tribunal in the matter of Amarshakti Vs State of Bihar & Others dated 14/02/2019 regarding illegal sand mining in rivers Sone and Ganga at Koelnar and Patna in Bihar. The illegal mining was resulting in affecting the flow of the rivers.

CM Nitish Kumar undertakes aerial survey; boats evacuate people

With the water level in the Ganga rising, the flood situation in Bihar was grim on Sunday.

BHOJPUR: A committee of locals here has held a demonstration, putting forth a six-point demand including immediate compensation for the damage caused by the under-construction Eastern Hydropower Pr

PATNA: The panchayati raj department (PRD) has admitted before the Patna high court that solar lights worth over Rs 24.92 crore were purchased in an irregular manner and without following the presc

A mass drug administration program is to be undertaken in 40 districts of the country beginning February 8 under the Elephantiasis Control Program.

Advances in agricultural development have largely been a direct result of increased usage of new technologies. Among other important factors, farmers’ perceptions of risks associated with the new technology as well as their ability or willingness to take risks greatly influences their adoption decisions.

The flood situation in 20 of the 38 Bihar districts remained grim on Wednesday with the toll rising to 176, including five persons - three in Munger and two in Bhagalpur district - drowning in the

Around 5.5 million people have been affected due to floods in 20 districts of Bihar , with the death toll going up to 160, official figures showed.

The flood situation in Barahara, Shahpur, Bihia, Udwantnagar, Koelwar and Ara blocks in the northern part of Bhojpur district became all the more grim after the swirling water of the Ganga inundate