प्रशासन लचर, मॉल में भी पॉली बैग का इस्तेमाल

A 1992 notification of the ministry of environment and forests (MoEF) has proved spoiler in the protection of Aravalis in Faridabad and has paved the way for real estate players to eye these areas.

Legal hurdles coming in the way of the under-construction 16-lane expressway from the Delhi-Gurgaon border to Sector 55-56 seems to have been resolved with the National Green Tribunal (NGT) giving

New Delhi: Around 150 trees have reportedly been felled in densely forested parts of Mangar, off Gurgaon-Faridabad highway, which is one of the few pristine spots left in the Aravalis in Haryana.

Environmentalists have come down heavily on the MCG for dumping large blocks of marble stones near the entrance of the Aravali Biodiversity Park on MG Road.

UD Ministry Asked Not To Okay It Until Green Concerns Are Addressed

New Delhi: In a rare intervention, the Prime Minister’s Office has asked the Union urban development ministry not to approve Haryana’s sub-regional plan — which allows construction beyond 0.5% in conservation areas such as the Aravalis and tourism activities in these zones — before environmental concerns are addressed. The missive came a day before the NCR Planning Board was scheduled to hold a special meeting to approve the plan.

The NCR Planning Board will meet on March 6 to discuss, among other things, an approval of Haryana's crucial sub-regional plan.

The Centre's haste to get the plan, on which the fate of mega-realty plans hinge, cleared is evident in the fact that it will be only the second time in almost three decades that the NCR Planning Board will hold two meetings within 45 days of one another.

With repeated complaints to the municipal corporation on poor sanitation and hygiene conditions in the city yielding no result, people are now resorting to other means.

Rapid urbanisation in Gurgaon has cast a shadow on the agriculture sector. It adversely affected the rural life in a big way as it has eroded the agricultural base and ruptured traditional values.

New Delhi:In what is being described by activists as an environmental disaster, the NCR Planning Board on Monday cleared crucial provisions to allow tourism in natural conservation zone (NCZ) such