Order of the National Green Tribunal in the matter of Rameshwar Patidar Naya Vs State of Madhya Pradesh dated 20/08/2019 regarding pollution caused by liquor factory by discharging toxic chemicals at village Khodi Badwah, District Khargone, Madhya Pradesh.

Order of the National Green Tribunal in the matter of Anil Vs State of Madhya Pradesh dated 20/08/2019 regarding illegal cutting of trees and encroachment by a colonizer on the Government land and Saraswati River at A.B. Road, village Bijalpur, District Indore, Madhya Pradesh.

Order of the Supreme Court of India in the matter of Municipal Council, Amarkantak Vs Digamber Jain Regional Committee & Others dated 02/08/2019 regarding construction by Municipal Council of Amarkantak of a block of bio-toilets at a distance of about 70 meters from the Narmada Kund.

Order of the National Green Tribunal in the matter of Rupesh Pethe Vs State of Madhya Pradesh & Others dated 26/07/2019. The Principal Secretary, Mineral Resources, Madhya Pradesh was directed by the NGT to file an affidavit to explain how mining leases were being granted in violation of law. The Tribunal said the state can permit mining only after Environment Management Plan has been approved by the State Environment Impact Assessment Authority (SEIAA).

Uttar Pradesh has been able to pass on the PM-Kisan benefit to nearly half of its 2.33 crore farmers.

Madhya Pradesh has registered its opposition with Narmada Water Dispute Tribunal for neglecting interest of the State in benefits from Narmada river water share among partner States.

Loss of greenery combined with expanding concrete jungle has resulted in the sharp increase in urban temperature in the city of lakes.

India has registered the fastest absolute reduction in the Multidimensional Poverty Index (MPI) value among ten countries, spanning every developing region, whose combined population is two billion

Calling farmers its topmost priority, the Kamal Nath-led Congress government in Madhya Pradesh presented its first Budget on Wednesday, allocating Rs 46,559 crore for agriculture, an increase by 66

Order of the National Green Tribunal in the matter of Nityanand Mishra Vs State of Madhya Pradesh & Others dated 04/07/2019 regarding conservation of Son Gharial Sanctuary. The NGT in its previous order had directed the state of Madhya Pradesh to take immediate steps for implementing the Action Plan, as recommended by the committee constituted for conservation of the sanctuary and submit a report.

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