The environment ministry is all set to give the Dibang Hydropower Project in Arunachal Pradesh the green light, resulting in the diversion of more than 4,500 hectares of bio-diversity rich forest.

ITANAGAR: Union Minister of State for Environment & Forests (Independent Charge) Prakash Javadekar has assured Arunachal Pradesh to expedite forest clearance for the 3000 MW Dibang Hydropower P

Union Minister of State for Environment & Forests (Independent Charge) Prakash Javadekar has assured the Arunachal Pradesh government that he will expedite forest clearance for the 3000 MW Diba

The 2×30 kilo watt Ashapani micro hydel project has been commissioned in Chaglagam circle under remote Anjaw district of Arunachal Pradesh bordering China.

With the commissioning of the project recently, the long-awaited demand of the circle for total electrification of the remotest circle and its adjoining villages has been fulfilled, official sources said here on Thursday.

New Delhi : The National Hydroelectric Power Corporation's 3,000-MW Dibang project in Arunachal Pradesh will soon be taken up for faster clearance by the Prime Minister-headed Cabinet Committee on

More than 150 hydel projects are being pushed in Arunachal Pradesh to claim the so-called first user right on the common rivers before China dams them.

GUWAHATI: Krishak Mukti Sangram Samiti (KMSS) has demanded the cancellation of the public hearing that will be held in Arunachal Pradesh regarding the construction of the 3,000–MW Dibang Hydroelectric Project in the State by the National Hydroelectric Power Corporation (NHPC).

KMSS has claimed that the people of Sadiya in Assam will be most affected by this project. KMSS Sadiya district committee president Bhuban Gogoi said, “The public hearing cannot be one–sided.

GUWAHATI, June 12 – The All India Forum of Forest Movements (AIFFM) has called for immediate halt to State repression of those engaged in the movements to stop implementation of big dam projects an

The Planning Commission has given investment clearance for the Rs 54.43-crore project for the restoration of Dibang and Lohit rivers to their original courses at Dholla Hatiguli in Assam.

NEW DELHI, Feb 6 – After clearing two remaining phases of the Majuli Island Protection Project, the Planning Commission has accorded investment clearance to ‘Restoration of Dibang and Lohit rivers