GURUGRAM: The forest department has prepared an ‘offence report’ (suggesting offence was committed) following an inspection in Anhkeer area near Badkal in the Aravalis, where around 150 trees were

Order of the National Green Tribunal in the matter of Varun Sheokand Vs. State of Haryana & Others dated 11/10/2017 regarding dumping of fly ash from thermal power plant, Faridabad. It is stated by the Counsel appearing for the Project Proponent, National Highways Authority of India that they are lifting the fly ash from the dumping site and are utilizing it for different purposes. It is further stated that the site shortly would be cleared in its entirety and would be filled in accordance with the prescribed rules.

Highest 21 cases each reported from Panchkula, Faridabad

It will have serious economic, environmental and social implications, they claim

Gurgaon: More than 6,000 trees have allegedly been axed in the ecologically sensitive Aravalis after the additional chief secretary (forest), in a written order, granted permission to clear the gre

A former army man has moved the National Green Tribunal against the Haryana government's sanction to chop trees in the eco-sensitive Aravalli Hills prompting the green panel to seek a response from

GURUGRAM: In the first survey of its kind on population density of wild animals in five districts of Haryana, the Wildlife Institute of India (WII) has found leopards occupy a 200 square km area in

The matter is now posted for hearing on Wednesday.

GURUGRAM: There has been a 125% increase in the number of illegal mining cases in Gurugram in the past one year, revealed the response to an RTI query.

GURGAON: In a first-of-its-kind survey on the population of wildlife in and around Gurgaon, the Wildlife Institute of India (WII) has found healthy numbers of 15 species — including leopard, hyena,

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