Order of the National Green Tribunal in the matter of Appaswamy Real Estates Ltd. Vs. The State Environment Impact Assessment Authority & Others dated 19/12/2016 regarding environmental clearance for construction activities in Tamil Nadu.

Counsel appearing for the Tamil Nadu Pollution Control Board shall submit a complete statement as to how much money have they received in these cases under the orders of the Tribunal and complete action plan for environmental protection and improvement in the State of Tamil Nadu.

The Government has put in place a new framework and an institutional structure for streamlining the environmental clearance for building and construction sector.

Order of the National Green Tribunal in the matter of Uma Shankar Patwa & Others Vs. Union of India & Others (Earlier titled as D.K. Joshi Vs. Union of India & Ors.) dated 30/11/2016 regarding illegal constructions on flood plain and river bed of Yamuna, Agra, Uttar Pradesh.

PUNE: On most days, Priti Shahane's daughters, aged four and nine years, find it difficult to sleep beyond 6am, although they are not expected to be up for school before 7.30am.

Illegal sand mining in the Sutlej River basin in Himachal Pradesh is on the rise.

NEW DELHI: Various government departments have issued challans amounting to Rs 7 crore so far for waste burning and dust pollution at construction sites.

The principle that "polluter pays" was on Thursday applied by the National Green Tribunal which said that it is builders and not the construction workers who will have to face "consequences" for po

In view of loss of income to daily wage labourers, Delhi Lt Governor Najeeb Jung lifted the ban

Galgibaga: The villagers of Galgibaga and Mashem are, once again, agitated as they fear the reclamation of the Galgibaga river, in violation of CRZ norms, will lead to massive displacement of water