AROUND 300 tonnes of toxic waste still lies unattended at the former factories of Union Carbide in Bhopal.

The Karnataka Lokayukta, Mr Shivaraj Patil, today said he would act on the illegal mining report submitted by his predecessor and the Governor, Mr H.R.

Detection of illegal iron-ore mining in Karnataka has led to developments that impinge on the sustained supply of the critical input to the steel-making industry.

Indian wind turbine company Suzlon Energy Ltd. will pay a $490,000 penalty for pollution violations in the U.S.

The state government is the process of establishing a tribunal and special courts to deal with cases pertaining to food adulteration.

The Court of Appeal of Sri Lanka today has granted permission to hear a petition filed on imported agro chemicals that contain arsenic.

A civil court has issued notices to the Deputy Commissioner and the Municipal Corporation after taking note of a petition that alleged mismanagement of paid parking lots in the city.

A federal court further limited lawsuits seeking damages from the Tennessee Valley Authority for its huge spill of toxin-laden coal ash, but the judge ruled that claims related to property damages

A Delhi court has ordered the Deputy Conservator of Forests to ensure that the trees that were felled in the Qutabgarh City Forest in May 2009.

A trial court has asked the anti-corruption branch to register an FIR against some Delhi Jal Board(DJB)officialson thebasisof a complaint.