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Ensconced between Coro-mandel Fertilisers and INS Eksila, the Srinivasanagar (West) Colony in the 46th ward of Visakhapatnam welcomes one only to a host of problems.

Judgement of the Delhi High Court in the matter of Harish Chander & Ors. Hindustan Petroleum Vs Corporation Ltd. & Ors dated 23/02/2015 regarding restraining the Hindustan Petroleum Corporation Ltd. (HPCL) from constructing and operating its Petroleum Storage Depot at Tikri Kalan, Delhi.

Vehicles which do not possess Pollution Under Control (PUC) certificates will not be provided diesel and petrol in the national capital from October 1.

Guru Gobind Singh Refinery, a unit located at Kanakwal village of Bathinda district of Punjab, is proving a nightmare for residents of nearly 12 villages of Dabwali Assembly segment falling under K

Javadekar said the government will find out whether pollution, specially through tar balls, was created by an ulterior design by countries which wanted to destroy tourism

VISAKHAPATNAM: The Greater Visakhapatnam Municipal Corporation's (GVMC) efforts to tackle revenue losses arising out of water supply to bulk consumers, most of whom are giant industrial units and p

GAIL resolves technical issue, agrees to supply from Dahej

Gujarat is all set to get cheap natural gas for domestic and vehicular use with the Central government and Gas Authority of India Ltd (GAIL) resolving the technical issue by agreeing to supply gas at Dahej instead of Hazira as proposed earlier.

Judgement of the Supreme Court of India in the matter of Oswal Agro Mills Ltd. Vs Hindustan Petroleum Corporation Ltd. and Others dated 10/12/2013 regarding conversion of land use. These appeals are directed against order dated 12.4.2012 by which the Division Bench of the Bombay High Court allowed the writ petition filed by respondent No.1-Hindustan Petroleum Corporation Ltd.

Mangroves stretching over several kilometres along the coast in the eastern suburb of Mahul have been destroyed due to an oil leak from a pipeline carrying furnace oil from the sea to a refinery in the area. The sprawling black sheet of oil has settled on the mudflats too, affecting the seedlings of mangroves.

Forest officials told The Hindu that the damage was serious and had happened over a period of time. “We did not know the source of the oil leak then, but we issued a preliminary report on October 17 pointing out that oil was continuously leaking in the area,” Sanjay Mali, divisional forest officer told The Hindu after inspecting the location on Thursday.

The fishermen from Mahul gaon, a quiet fishing village near Chembur, are a distressed lot.

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