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This Report of the Committee deals with the action taken by the Government on the observations/recommendations contained in the Eighth Report (Sixteenth Lok
Sabha) of the Committee on Public Undertakings (2015-16) on “Corporate Social Responsibility in select Central Public Sector Undertakings (CPSUs)". The Report was

This Report of the Committee deals with the action taken by the Government on the observations/recommendations contained in the Eighth Report (Sixteenth Lok
Sabha) of the Committee on Public Undertakings (2015-16) on “Corporate Social Responsibility in select Central Public Sector Undertakings (CPSUs)". The Report was

All banking institutions in India may soon chip in to increase India's forest cover in a coordinated manner.

NEW DELHI: If the environment ministry has its way, all banks will be asked to join the state and the central governments in their ongoing efforts to increase forest cover in the country.

Government is looking to reduce the time by half to 50-60 days for granting forest and environment clearances to industrial projects, Union Environment and Forest Minister Anil Madhav Dave said tod

This report, co-produced with the Columbia Center for Sustainable Investment, looks to the near and medium terms, exploring what will happen to the local employment and procurement components of the shared-value paradigm—and, by extension, to the mining companies’ social licence to operate—if technological change radically alters the amount of m

Consumer goods company Unilever tops the list of the world's most purposeful companies in Radley Yeldar's (RY) 2016 Fit for Purpose 2016 Index for the second consecutive year, with the likes of Phi

Adani UPCL has declared a record Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) grant of Rs 536 crore towards the development in six villages near to the thermal power plant in Udupi district.

Unilever, LG and Sodexo have retained positions as industry leaders of the Dow Jones Sustainability Index (DJSI), while the likes of Nestlé and Philips have climbed to the top of the rankings.

The Rajasthan government's Mukhya Mantri Jal Swavalamban Abhiyan (MJSA), launched in 3,500 villages in January to deal with the problems of drought and groundwater depletion by conserving rain wate

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