NEW DELHI: Dust and thunderstorms swept through west, central and north India as a major weather disturbance pummeled the region over the past 48 hours, claiming the lives of at least 64 people, a

PM announces Rs 2 lakh ex gratia for kin of deceased, Rs 50K for injured

Order of the National Green Tribunal in the matter of Residents of Village Tiwni, Tehsil Rampur Baghelan, District Satna Vs State of Madhya Pradesh dated 16/04/2019 regarding a stone crusher being illegally operated in Village Tiwni, Tehsil Rampur Baghelan, District Satna, Madhya Pradesh. The location of the stone crusher is

Order of the National Green Tribunal in the matter of Sanjiv Tiwari Vs Digamber Jain & Others dated 09/04/2019 regarding construction of toilets 100 meters away from the temples/kunds and also for shifting the existing one upto that distance in Amarkantak in Anuppur district. These measures are for checking pollution at the origin of Narmada river.

Bhopal: H1N1 deaths have breached the 100-mark in Madhya Pradesh, where every fifth person who has tested positive for the deadly influenza this year has died, according to the National Centre for

BHOPAL: The deadly strain of H1N1 has claimed 90 lives in the state in the first three months of the year.

Order of the National Green Tribunal in the matter of Resident of Banjali Niwasi Vs State of Madhya Pradesh dated 14/03/2019 regarding illegal mining at Ratlam, Madhya Pradesh. The report from Madhya Pradesh Pollution Control Board (MPPCB) states that illegal mining at Ratlam has now stopped but there is no report that the restoration steps have been taken, as required.

DK Thakur Executive Director BHEL Bhopal the other day in presence of POWERGRID officials, flagged off the first unit of 800 kV HVDC Transformer for country’s prestigious 6000 MW Raigarh Pugalur pr

Order of the Supreme Court of India in the matter of Peoples Rights and Social Research Centre (PRASAR) & Others  Vs Union of India Ministry of Labour and Employment Secretary & Others dated 05/03/2019 on the issue of fixing compensation to victims of silicosis which have occurred to the habitants where the industries are located.

This paper highlights two case studies of adaptation being integrated into sectoral development programs and projects, in the states of Madhya Pradesh and Uttarakhand. Ideally, the findings from analyzing these case studies will accelerate and scale mainstreaming efforts in India.

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