Sihanoukville, in the southern part of the country, has become the dumping ground for trash from neighbouring countries. The flow of refuse - from electronic goods to car parts - continues with the

The Karnataka high court has directed the Union and Karnataka governments to take action against two persons who have been illegally quarrying within the

no new projects for urea production will be permitted in the public, private or cooperative sector during the next three years. The department of fertilisers' decision on putting a check on the

The Delhi high court has issued notice to the Centre on a petition by the World Wide Fund for Nature, seeking an inquiry into the implementation

In the continuing drive against

The Supreme Court has dismissed an appeal against the Gujarat high court order allowing Reliance Petroleum Limited ( rpl ) to lay pipelines for its Motikhavdi project through a marine national

The Delhi government backtracks by allowing polluting industries to reopen

A new, eco friendly technology for brick production

new york's attorney general filed a lawsuit against General Electric Company (ge) to put pressure on the industrial giant to dredge parts of the Hudson River that has been contaminated with

Delhi chief minister Sheila Dikshit has said that the city government will soon approach the Supreme Court (SC) to seek more time for relocation of industries. She added that the process of shifting