Apart from destroying over 38,000 trees and affecting 1.26 lakh trees, as many as 50 families in Talain village will be displaced permanently by the controversial Lafarge cement plant being set up
In A first-of-its-kind initiative in perhaps any state of India, Punjab Pollution Control Board (PPCB) has decided to roll out Pollution Control Vehicles (PCVs) to instantly respond to complaints a
Mandi/Purlog: Villagers from 11 gram panchayats in Mandi district, under the banner of the Satluj Bacho Jan Kalyan Samiti, today lodged their objections before a panel headed by the Deputy Commissi
Luhri Hydro-electric project proposed by Satluj Jal Vidyut Nigam (SJVN) Ltd. (A Joint Venture of Government of India & the State Government of Himachal Pradesh) aims at harnessing power potential of the waters of Satluj river.
The Himachal Pradesh Pollution Control Board will hold a public hearing in regard to the 750 MW-Luhri hydro power project — coming up on the Satluj river — in Mandi district’s Parlog on August 9.
n 20,000 trees, 60,000 saplings and 3.5 lakh non-timber plants and herbs will be destroyed, n 759 families will be landless and 361 homeless in Sundernagar
Controversial Harish Cement Ltd
The delay in setting up a permanent campus for IIT Mandi due to land unavailability will be a thing of the past.
Two innovative schemes of the Himachal government for facilitating environment protection and governance
Baldev S Chauhan / Shimla December 15, 2010, 0:13 IST
In a major jolt to the Himachal Pradesh government
Himachal* Renuka dam, Tidong hydel plant, cement units among projects awaiting environment clearance
The Renuka dam is the latest in a series of projects in Himachal Pradesh that have been either scrapped or delayed due to environmental concerns.
Forfeiting our commons
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