Suzlon Group has bagged an order for 58.80 MW wind power project to be set up in Dewas district of Madhya Pradesh.

The project will allow a private player to lift water from an intake well on the Narmada-Kshipra river link nearby

Order of the National Green Tribunal (Central Zonal Bench, Bhopal) in the matter of Radharani Vajpayee vs State of Madhya Pradesh & Ors. dated 09/09/2015 regarding illegal mining and stone crushing units, Dewas, Madhya Pradesh.

The Counsel for the State Government produced before NGT documents from the Divisional Forest Officer, Dewas wherein vide letter dtd. 14.08.2015 "he has informed the District Collector about the restoration plan for which this Tribunal had ordered after having stopped the illegal mining and stone crushing units operating therein".

Order of the National Green Tribunal (Central Zonal Bench, Bhopal) in the matter of Radharani Vajpayee Vs State of Madhya Pradesh & Others dated 23/09/2014 regarding illegal mining lease holders and crushing units in Village Shankargarh, Palnagar, Rajoda and Dewas Junior of District Dewas, Madhya Pradesh.

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Buoyed by the presence of tiger's pug marks during census of wild animal in Indore-Choral forest range, forest department is now waiting for final approval from Wildlife Institute of India (WII) to

Seers and sants from the city of temples on Tuesday visited the Hirli dam built on river Kshipra where 4 lakh litre chemical- mixed water being released to the holy river by 350 industries of Dewas

INDORE: Perhaps for the time, tigers are suspected to be present in Dewas forests in Uday Nagar and Rang Bagli ranges.

Order of the National Green Tribunal in the matter of Radharani Vajpayee Vs. State of MP & Ors. dated 09/01/2014 regarding mining activities on forest land in Village Shankargarh, District Dewas, Madhya Pradesh.

Original Source: http://www.greentribunal.gov.in/orderinpdf/140-2013(CZ)(OA)_9Jan2014.pdf

Protesters demand Indira Sagar Dam water level be kept below 260 metres

The Jal Satyagraha or sit-in-water agitation by villagers affected by the Indira Sagar Dam entered its tenth day on Tuesday despite curfew and arrests. The agitation is currently in progress in six villages in the districts of Dewas, Khandwa and Harda. The protesters are demanding land in exchange for the land submerged and keeping the water level below 260 metres.

With arrest of another 125 oustees from Bichhola village of Harda district on Tuesday, the number of arrested jal satyagrahis from Khandwa, Dewas and Harda has crossed 1,000 mark in the three days.

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