The National Green Tribunal (NGT) which has imposed blanket ban on coal mining in Meghalaya has asked the state government to finalise a coal mining plan in coordination with the government of Indi

The 24-hour shutdown sponsored by the proscribed Hynniewtrep National Liberation Council (HNLC) in the Khasi-Jaintia Hills region of Meghalaya to protest against the recent National Green Tribunal

The Meghalaya government has identified 50 mini and micro hydel power projects in the state.

One of the major consequences of the NGT ban on coal mining is that several non-indigenous coal labourers in Jaintia Hills are either abandoning their children or selling them.

The proscribed HNLC has decided to call off the shutdown scheduled for June 3.

In an e–mailed statement issued here today the proscribed Khasi outfit said that it has withdrawn the shutdown keeping in mind the interests of the poor people and daily wage labourers.

Dolloi Chiefs of Jaintia Hills agree to work with SPIKAP to implement GEF/ UNDP pilot project grant for protection of six Sacred Forests, as a pilot project and to also sensitise those incharge o

SHILLONG: Since the ban on coal mining in Meghalaya imposed by the National Green Tribunal (NGT) ruling, the role of the 15 check gates maintained by the Mining and Geology Department of the State

SHILLONG: The KHADC Executive Committee (EC) has decided to study the National Green Tribunal (NGT) order banning coal mining in the State.

Meghalaya Chief Minister Mukul Sangma on Wednesday said his Government would take appropriate measures to meet the situation arising out of the ban on rat-hole coal mining in the State by maintaini

Meghalaya Minister of Forest and Environment Prestone Tynsong pledge to have a revamp Meghalaya State Pollution Control Board (MPSCB)with a “zero tolerance policy” to anyone who breach the Forest C