Action taken report of the District Magistrate/Deputy Commissioner Doda and Jammu & Kashmir Pollution Control Board in terms of the NGT order of January 9, 2020 in O.A. No. 1047/2019. The matter relates to operation of stone crushers and hot mix plants in distric Doda.

The alleged illegal stone crushers and hot mix plants were inspected and necessary action taken against defaulting units. Around 12 stone crushers and hot mix plants were closed down due to failure to produce the requisite permissions to operate the units.

Order of the National Green Tribunal in the matter of Nisar A. Gattoo Vs Union Territory of J & K & Others dated 09/01/2020 regarding illegally operating stone crushers and hot mix plants in District Doda, Jammu & Kashmir.

Midnight catastrophe Eight houses, five shops damaged | Bodies retrieved during rescue ops

June 14: A massive forest fire broke out in Manjakote near Jammu-Poonch highway forest areas last night.

Forest department sent a team of fire fighters to douse the flames in the area.

Nineteen more cases of dengue were reported in Jammu on Tuesday taking the number of patients suffering from the vector-borne disease in the region to 52.

The 900-MW Baglihar hydroelectric project continues to increase the worries of experts and inhabitants in the erstwhile Doda district comprising Kishtwar, Doda and Ramban districts as the region fa

DODA, Apr 21: The inhabitants of Dhori hamlet of tehsil Bharath Bagla became vulnerable due to massive landslides during the recent incessant rains.

The National Level Monitoring team of the Ministry of Rural Development has said in its recent survey report that more than 75 per cent of the Piped Water Supply schemes are non-functional in 4 per

People of Ghat village and adjoining areas in Doda district are without drinking water for the past 10 days. The village has a population of around 2,000.

1,900 houses damaged across state; Shopian and Bandipora worst affected

The number of deaths caused by the snowstorm that battered the state for nearly 60 hours has risen to 17. Nearly 1,900 houses have been damaged by the snow fury that triggered avalanches.

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