CAMPA doesn’t take away rights under Forest Act

Oxfam India is part of a global movement working to fight poverty, injustice and inequality. In India, it works in six states.

A much awaited Bill, meant for unlocking over Rs 42,000 crore fund for compensatory afforestation and wildlife protection, was passed by the Parliament.

Jairam Ramesh makes passionate appeal to let Gram Sabha have a say in fund utilization

BJP accuses Congress of denying benefits to tribals and others which it claimed would get from the passage of the Bill

Tribal ministry relents over Forest Rights Act

As the different Opposition parties continued to blame the BJD government for the death of 19 tribal children in Nagada village due to malnutrition, the BJP on Thursday urged Governor S.C.

A state green panel has given first-stage clearance to Orissa Integrated Power Ltd (OIPL) for diverting 17.02 hectares of revenue forest land to set up a 4,000-MW UMPP in Sundargarh district in Odi

The Bill is critical to the disbursement of Rs. 42,000 crore to the States for afforestation

Question raised in Lok Sabha on Forest Right Act, 18/07/2016.

The Indian arm of the Amnesty International, a global NGO on human rights, on Wednesday released a comprehensive report on flip side of coal mining operations in Chhattisgarh, Odisha and Jharkhand,