Judgement of the National Green Tribunal (Southern Zone, Chennai) in the matter of Conservation of Nature Trust & Others Vs District Collector Kanyakumari District. Nagercoil & Others regarding Environmental Clearance (EC) granted by the MoEF & CC in respect of the proposal of National Highways for the purpose of widening NH – 47 and NH – 47 B, particularly the distance between Kaliakavilai and Nagercoil for the project of 4/6 lining of package – II km 43/000 to km 96/714 from Kerala/Tamil Nadu border dated 14/09/2016.

Private company had obtained clearance by submitting “false statement” of DFO, Nagercoil’

As four more of Government Siddha Medical College test positive

Four students of the Government Siddha Medical College have tested positive to dengue fever, raising the on-campus tally to 12. Students have been working closely with health authorities to contain the outbreak of the disease in pockets of the district. A final year postgraduate student, Kaathavarayan from Aranthaangi, currently under observation in the intensive care unit, has also tested positive for typhoid, a water-borne disease.

Police make elaborate security arrangements at Collectorate

Representatives from various organisations and the villages, opposing the Kudankulam Nuclear Power Project, separately submitted petitions during the weekly grievance day meeting held here on Monday seeking the unconditional dropping of all cases filed against the anti-nuke activists and immediate release of anti-KKNPP protestors arrested during the ongoing agitations and subsequently lodged in the prisons.

On a day the movement against the Koodankulam nuclear power plant suffered a setback with the Supreme Court refusing to stay uranium loading, thousands of villagers took to the sea and stood inside

District administration has given permission to desilt and sell silt after obtaining permission from Department of Mines and Minerals; officials yet to pass orders.

The representatives of various farmers' associations here have urged the district administration to give permission to water users' association to desilt the water bodies instead of giving the contract to a company.

Rs. 3.25 crores allotted for installing solar panels to ensure uninterrupted supply of power to inmates

The beneficiaries of ‘green house' scheme, who are supposed to occupy their houses at the earliest, need not worry about the prevailing load shedding in the district. The conventional energy has come as a boon to them following the district administration's decision to install solar panels on top of the green houses.

Subramaniam Paramarthalingam Udayakumar was 21 when he, along with a few friends, started the Group of Peaceful Indian Ocean to campaign against ships and submarines said to be ferrying nuclear wea

The Government on Tuesday swung into action mode on the issue of foreign-funded NGOs protesting against the Kudankulam Nuclear Power Plant in Tamil Nadu.

CHENNAI: The Tamil Nadu police on Monday arrested a 50-year-old German national who allegedly raised funds for protests against the Kudankulam nuclear power plant.

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