Order of the National Green Tribunal  (Central Zone Bench, Bhopal) in the matter of Jan Jagrukta Sewa Sansthan Rajasthan Through its President Vs State of Rajasthan & Others dated 19/01/2024.

Order of the National Green Tribunal in the matter of Kuldeep Singh Rathore Vs State of Rajasthan dated 24/05/2023.

The matter related to illegal mining being carried out by M/s Maa Durga stone crusher Chadwas, Bidasar, Churu who was granted mining lease over an area of one hectare but it has spread over its mining activities on seven hectare of land. Despite several complaints to the authorities, no action has been taken and illegal mining causing damage to the environment is still continuing.

Industries burning copper scrap in RICCO industrial area The National Green Tribunal (NGT) directed a report to be filed on industries in the industrial area operated by Rajasthan State Industrial Development and Investment Corporation (RIICO), district Churu, Rajasthan for illegally burning copper scrap during night time. An application was filed by residents of village Bidasar that the improper disposal of copper scrap was releasing poisonous gases, causing serious health hazards and damaging environment.

Congratulations to all... we have achieved 50 degree temperature this year. Let’s cut more trees to achieve 60 degrees the next year,’ a sarcastic tweet the other day came as a jolt.

Jaipur: Cold wave conditions aggravated in the state for the fifth consecutive day on Sunday when majority of the places in the state witnessed its minimum temperature below the normal notch.

JAIPUR: The investigation into illegal clinical trials on 15 labourers from Churu is hitting a dead end.

Jaipur: Cold wave conditions revived in the state on Sunday when majority of the places witnessed a dip in the mercury.

Jaipur: Swine flu claimed two more people, one each in Jaipur and Churu, on Thursday, taking the death toll in the state from the disease to 276 this year.

JAIPUR: The new Blackbuck habitat proposed at Jaswantgarh, Nagaur got a go ahead at the state wildlife board meeting chaired by CM Vasundhara Raje.

Churu is among the top 10 cleanest districts in plains, according to the first-ever survey of rural areas across the country.