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In a move towards effective implementation of the tobacco control laws, the Delhi’s chief electoral officer (CEO) has declared all polling stations in the city as no-smoking zones in the Assembly p

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Green crusaders, however, believe forest destruction is a likely cause of delay

Acrucial appointment and general elections have delayed the biennial government report on the state of Indian forests. This report, which was due in 2013, was first delayed because the Forest Survey of India (FSI), which conducts the survey, was headless for six months.And then, the ministry of environment held back the report, citing elections and Election Commission approval.

However, the ambiguous wording of the Commission's reply has left doubt in the ministry about how to proceed on the matter

The Union environment ministry has secured the Election Commission's approval to provide environmental clearances to industries. However, the ambiguous wording of the Commission's reply has left doubt in the ministry about how to proceed on the matter.

More than 80 per cent of the displaced Kashmiri Pandits will be deprived of their voting right in the Srinagar parliamentary constituency, going to the polls tomorrow.

Industry body, FICCI has asked the Election Commission to clarify on environment clearances for projects as they are held up due to the model code of conduct.

FICCI has asked the Election Commission to issue clarifications to the Environment Ministry on the continuation of the grant of environment and forest clearances for projects while the model code of conduct is in place.

The Apex council with Union Minister of Water Resources as Chairperson and the Chief Ministers of Telangana and Andhra Pradesh as members to resolve river water disputes between the two States will

The Delhi Election Commission is set to declare all polling stations in the city smoking-free zones and ban entry of mobile phones inside polling booths.

In what could spell fresh trouble for India’s hydrocarbon explorers, the Supreme Court on Thursday asked the government to explain why it chose the “complex” Rangarajan formula for gas pricing when

Political parties and candidates in various constituencies of the state have been told to desist from using plastic or polythene as publicity material.

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