Asks it not to hoodwink people; rejects old maps presented by officials

SHILLONG: The National Green Tribunal has told the Meghalaya Government that it had “hardly taken any action” to preserve and protect the Myntdu river in West Jaintia Hills.

The State minister for Lands Persis Namuganza says the exercise is aimed at protecting the land from grabbers

The National Green Tribunal has slammed the Uttar Pradesh government over its delay in reporting on encroachments of water bodies, including ponds and wetlands, in Ghaziabad and other parts of the

IDUKKI: The Parliamentary Standing Committee on Environment and Forest, chaired by former minister Renuka Chaudhary, on Wednesday took a direct account of the impact of deforestation and excessive

Order of the National Green Tribunal in the matter of Manoj Mishra Vs. Union of India & Others dated 05/05/2017 regarding encroachment and construction in the flood plain of river Yamuna. Counsel appearing for Delhi Development Authority submits that the demarcation of the flood plain on river Yamuna in the stretch of Delhi and Uttar Pradesh has been completed and he will file the report soon.

Pulls up authorities for failing’ to check encroachments on the water body

The circular that irked the National Green Tribunal (NGT) on Tuesday was issued by the Bruhat Bengaluru Mahanagara Palike commissioner N Manjunatha Prasad, which had ‘clarified’ the NGT order.

Officials hope this will stop ‘legal’ and ‘illegal’ encroachment of the waterbodies in the city

Henceforth, anybody who forcibly grabs other people’s land in Oyo State would be imprisoned for 15 years or pay a fine of N500, 000.