E.ON, Germany's largest utility by sales, will file a complaint with Germany's highest court claiming compensation for the country's nuclear exit, German paper Financial Times Deutschland reported.
The Centre for Environmental Justice (CEJ), yesterday, submitted to the Court of Appeal, a letter written recently by the Registrar of Pesticides, to Provincial Directors of Agriculture, regarding
Pakistan has reportedly failed to offer comments on additional technical data on the controversial 330 MW Kishanganga hydroelectric project provided by India on the instruction of International Cou
The department of Environment on Sunday realized Tk 10.80 lakh as fine from a Taiwanese textile factory in Mauna area under Sripur Upazila of Gazipur district on charge of polluting environment.
A federal court rejected a bid by conservationists for an immediate halt to wolf hunts in Idaho and Montana on Tuesday, but the judges said they would reconsider the request next month.
A federal judge has thrown out a main section of an Interior Department rule on global warming’s threat to polar bears. Judge Emmet G.
A local court, on Friday, served a notice to Chandigarh Municipal Corporation’s commissioner, mayor, deputy commissioner and to JP group in connection to the poor-functioning at the garbage plant i
The Delhi Cabinet on Wednesday decided to revise the Special Rehabilitation Package for land owners of four villages in North West District.
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