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While company claims to have obtained deemed environment clearance under rules of EIA Notification, 2006

While the Adani Group-owned Adani Port and Special Economic Zone (APSEZ) claimed that it had obtained deemed environmental clearance as per law, people from Navinal village in Mundra, Kutch where the SEZ is located alleged in a public interest litigation (PIL) that company was flaunting its earlier order of stay on construction and development activities there.

AHMEDABAD: The Gujarat high court on Thursday issued notices to the Centre, the state government, the Adani Group-owned Adani Port Special Economic Zone (APSEZ) and Shiracha village panchayat over

PIL seeks direction from court to restrain APSEZ from diverting, blocking flow of rivers and from constructing on river-beds

The Adani group owned Adani Port and Special Economic Zone (APSEZ) was served a notice on Wednesday by the Gujarat High Court on a public interest litigation (PIL) alleging destruction, bunding, blocking and diversion of more than 14 rivers by the company.

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

A report by an environment ministry-appointed committee says that it has found "incontrovertible evidence" against Adani Group of violating environmental norms in its Mundra port and SEZ project.

In a setback for the Ahmedabad-based Adani Group’s Mundra Port and Special Economic Zone Limited, an environment ministry committee, citing incontrovertible evidence, recommended levying a fine of

There is incontrovertible evidence that the Adani project – port and SEZ – at Mundra in Gujarat has violated and not complied with environmental clearance conditions says this report of a committee set up by MoEF to inspect the project. The five-member committe was headed by environmentalist Sunita Narain.

Letter to Ministry of Environment and Forests from National Institute of Oceanography regarding HTL/LTL demarcation for M/s Adani Port and SEZ Limited (5 April, 2013).

New Delhi: Months after stopping Adani Group from setting up an 1,840-hectare special economic zone (SEZ) in Mundra, the commerce department is set to re-notify the enclave and let the edible oils-to-electricity conglomerate make it contiguous with an existing 6,500 hectare zone.

Sources told TOI that the proposal for re-notification has received the bureaucratic green light and is awaiting a final go ahead from commerce and industry minister Anand Sharma. In the first stage, the plan is to let Adani set up the SEZ. Subsequently, the group will seek “de-notification” of a part of the zone for which approval is in place and then the two would be made contiguous.

Letter from Centre for Earth Science Studies to Ministry of Environment and Forests regarding HTL/LTL demarcation by M/s Adani Port and SEZ Limited (26 March, 2013).