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Adani Port & Special Economic Zone Ltd has been served show cause notice by Union environment ministry for its Port & Special Economic Zone in Mundra taluka, Gujarat for violating environmental regulations. This follows the report by expert committee chaired by Sunita Narain. Read this show notice, Sunita Narain Committee report and more...

MYSTERY MOVES Experts say environmental laws don’t give the ministry the powers to levy a fine; No explanation was given how the penalty of . 200 crore was arrived at

By slapping a . 200-crore penalty on the Adani Group for environmental violations, the ministry of environment and forests may be breaking its own laws, say environmental lawyers.

Company allegedly damaged mangroves, creeks while setting up port project at Kutch under APSEZ

The environment ministry has slapped a . 200-crore fine on the Adani Group’s Mundra Port and Special Economic Zone for damaging mangroves, creeks and the local environment at the project site.

The Environment and Forests Ministry has slapped a Rs. 200 crore penalty on Gautam Adani’s Mundra multi-purpose projects for violating green laws. The money will go to an Environment Restoration Fund to mitigate the damage done to the area around the project sites.

The order was issued after the Ministry accepted the report of the committee set up under Ms. Sunita Narain, director general of the Delhi-based Centre for Science and Environment.

All that is required in many a case is final letter from ministry which is not being given, govt sources say.

Adani Group's proposed new ship recycling facility within the Adani Port and Special Economic Zone (APSEZ) in Kutch has faced opposition from villagers during an environment public hearing held on

The public hearing for Adani’s ship-breaking facility near Mundra West Port in Gujarat’s Kuchchh district ended without the company being able to give comprehensive answers to the queries raised by the project-affected peo

Expert Appraisal Committee defers EC, CRZ clearance till final decision by MoEF on allegations

While the Gujarat government seems optimistic on commencing operation of LNG terminal at Mundra by 2016, GSPC LNG Ltd, a joint venture between state-owned Gujarat State Petroleum Corporation (GSPC) Ltd and Adani Group, for setting of the LNG terminal, is facing hurdles to get necessary environment clearance (EC) and costal regulatory zone (CRZ) clearance.

A seven-member committee formed by the Union Ministry of Environment & Forest (MoEF) has submitted a report before the Gujarat High Court (HC) saying corporate giant Adani's subsidiary Adani Ka