The Assam State Technology and Environment Council (ASTEC), an autonomous body of the State Science Technology & Environment department, on Tuesday stressed the need of forming a common platfor

Narmada Bachao Andolan (NBA) chief Medha Patkar on Thursday discussed consequences of increasing the height of the Sardar Sarovar Dam with city-based activists.

Criticising the Narmada Control Authority’s decision to further raise the height of the Sardar Sarovar dam in Gujarat when thousands of affected people are yet to be rehabilitated, Narmada Bachao A

INDORE: To provide immediate relief to farmers whose crops have been destroyed due to delay in development of command area of the Omkareshwar project, Indore bench of Madhya Pradesh high court on M

Indore bench of Madhya Pradesh high court on Tuesday directed the state government to constitute a high-level committee under chief secretary to discuss and resolve issues pertaining to Indira Saga

The Indore bench of Madhya Pradesh High Court, on Tuesday, in response to a Public Interest Litigation (PIL), directed the State Government to form a high- level committee to settle issues of Indir

NPCIL already awaits important clearances from Centre

Even as the Nuclear Power Corporation of India Limited (NPCIL) awaits some important clearances from the Centre prior to the formal launch of Haryana's first nuclear power project at Gorakhpur in Fatehabad, anti-nuclear power forces have also started mobilising against the project.

This comes days after IFC reported serious lapses in supervision of Rs 20,00 crore Ultra Mega Power Project

Over a hundred non-governmental organisations focused on environmental and social issues have demanded the World Bank withdraw assistance to a 4,000 Megawatt power project operated by Tata Power at Mundra in Gujarat.

Protesters demand Indira Sagar Dam water level be kept below 260 metres

The Jal Satyagraha or sit-in-water agitation by villagers affected by the Indira Sagar Dam entered its tenth day on Tuesday despite curfew and arrests. The agitation is currently in progress in six villages in the districts of Dewas, Khandwa and Harda. The protesters are demanding land in exchange for the land submerged and keeping the water level below 260 metres.

With arrest of another 125 oustees from Bichhola village of Harda district on Tuesday, the number of arrested jal satyagrahis from Khandwa, Dewas and Harda has crossed 1,000 mark in the three days.