The Delhi Cabinet on Wednesday decided to revise the Special Rehabilitation Package for land owners of four villages in North West District.
The Goa Mines and Geology Department has ordered the suspension of two iron ore and bauxite mines which found mention for alleged illegality in the controversial Public Accounts Committee (PAC) draft report.
Residents living amid oil and gas well sites urged federal environmental regulators Thursday to implement rules that would require the industry to capture almost all of the smog-producing compounds
The European Commission is warning Italy that it risks heavy court fines for its alleged failure to stop large-scale illegal fishing with driftnets that were banned from European waters two decades
The company that owns a mine where a man died on Tuesday is in court this week to answer charges it failed to prevent the death of another man at the same pit in 2008, the Financial Times has learn
Winning State Department approval for the Keystone XL oil pipeline is not likely to be the last hurdle TransCanada Corp faces in its efforts to build the controversial project.
India can go ahead with work on other components of dam: Court of Arbitration
Monsanto Co., the world's largest seed company, has prevailed in another lawsuit against a U.S.
New Delhi: A trial court will now hear on September 29 the chargesheet filed in the Mayapuri radiation leak incident against six Delhi University teachers.
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