Order of the National Green Tribunal in the matter of Amresh Singh Vs Union of India & Others dated 09/01/2020 regarding pollution in the course of four laning of National Highway from Udhampur to Banihal in Jammu and Kashmir by the National Highway Authority of India (NHAI) through Gammon India Limited and the Hindustan Construction Co. Ltd.

Order of the National Green Tribunal in the matter of Pritam Singh Vs Union Territory of Jammu and Kashmir & Others dated 20/12/2019 regarding illegal operation of stone crushers and hot mix plants operating in District Ramban in Jammu and Kashmir, adversely affecting the ecology of the area. The applicant has annexed list of 26 stone crushers and hot mix plants.

Directorate of Energy, Government of Himachal Pradesh had undertaken the task of conducting Cumulative Environmental Impact Assessment (CEIA) Study for Chenab river basin in Himachal Pradesh with an objective to assess the cumulative impacts of hydropower development in the basin.

During the 115th meeting of the Permanent Indus Commission held in Lahore from August 29-30, 2018, both the commissioners had agreed to undertake the treaty-mandated tours of the Indus basin on bot

SHIMLA: Himachal Pradesh's plans to harness hydropower in a big way have received a jolt with investors reluctant to take up projects.

Environmentalists and various groups on Wednesday urged the state government to declare the Chenab and Spiti as free-flowing wild rivers, which should be the no-go area for hydropower projects alon

High Court today directed the authorities of Geology and Mining to report the court about the check list so that to ensure the proper safety of mining places as also the individuals.

The Govern-ment had to face unusual situation when the ruling PDP member in the Upper House today claimed that an important document, MoU signed by the State Government and NHPC for Dul Hasti p

Tendering process to be completed by November: Chairman

The impact of climate change is being felt in Kashmir as snowfall has lowered over the years and glaciers are losing mass leading to reduced flows in Chenab, Jhelum and Indus.

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