Guwahati: Reiterating that the Centre was committed to resolving the impasse over the 2000 MW Lower Subansiri hydro-electric project in Arunachal Pradesh through dialogue, Union minister of state f

NEW DELHI, Aug 7 – Declining to restrain the NHPC from resuming construction of the Lower Subansiri Hydroelectric Project (LSHEP), the Kolkata Bench of the National Green Tribunal (NGT) has ordere

The power ministry plans to create a fund to provide long-term finances to hydropower developers, and aims to play an active role in resolving state level sues that are blocking such projects.

Order of the National Green Tribunal (Eastern Zone Bench, Kolkata) in the matter of Abhijeet Sharma Vs Union of India & Ors dated 06/08/2014 regarding stay of construction of the Lower Subansiri Hydroelectric Project (LSHEP)

A consultant engineer, JN Khatoniar, said on Tuesday that the Lower Subansiri Hydroelectric Project being set up at Gerukamukh along the Assam–Arunachal Pradesh border had many technical faults.

The Centre announced that the construction of the 2,000-MW project would resume within a week

Triggering a massive hue and cry over the Lower Subansiri Hydro Power Project in Assam, the Centre on Thursday hinted that it would go ahead the 2000 MW national hydro power project.

The Assam Public Works (APW) made it clear on Monday that it would never compromise with the safety and security of the people of Assam in connection with the construction of the Lower Subansiri Hy

GUWAHATI, June 25: The Assam government seems to be laying no stress at all on increasing electricity generation in the State by way of setting up mini–hydel projects only because of its interest i

While the debate over the building of big dams continues to rage over the region over the Lower Subansiri Project, it may recalled here that a recent study by the Oxford University has completely t