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

In a major shot in the arm for Odisha's beleaguered mining industry, senior officials of the state and Centre have decided to take coordinated steps to reopen 131 mines that were shut down for want

The state government has assured legal action against Chauhan brothers, who are relatives of former chief minister Ashok Gehlot, for selling mines lease to UltraTech Cement in an alleged violation

With 13 households refusing to approve clearance for Kuenphen Norden mine at Khariphu to renew its lease, the mine will be closed from today.
The lease term ended yesterday.

“Bomb, bomb, bomb!” shouted the miner, and his warning echoed off the walls of the decapitated hillock.

The Northern Provincial Council of Sri Lanka had adopted a resolution last week to not allow any mining or quarrying of limestone in the province by companies or individuals.

The Division Bench of the High Court of Meghalaya has rejected the PIL filed by Shella Action Committee (SAC) which demanded a halt on excavation and transportation lime stones being carried out by

Around 226 exploration licenses and mining leases have been granted to private companies and investors for various minerals in Malakand Division.

After receiving a notice from the Ministry of Environment and Forest, limestone mining operation was kept in abeyance

Ambuja Cements will resume mining operations in Himachal Pradesh with the High Court granting a stay on the Ministry of Environment and Forest's order to keep them in abeyance earlier this month.

After his pleas went unheard over illegal mining near coast and forest, Ramsinh Barad, 42, an elected member of the Dhamlej village Panchayat in Sutrapada taluka of Gir-Somnath district has threate