The Sardar Sarovar dam exemplifies unjust and unsustainable development. (Editorial)

Order of the Supreme Court of India in the matter of State of Madhya Pradesh Vs Narmada Bachao Andolan & Others dated 03/03/2017 regarding compensation and rehabilitation for the oustees of Sardar Sarovar Project on river Narmada in various states including Madhya Pradesh.

Supreme Court allows the Chief Secretary of the State of Madhya Pradesh to approach the Registrar General of the High Court of Madhya Pradesh, for appointment of two Judicial Members to the two Additional Grievance Redressal Authorities.

The government was on Monday under attack from non-governmental organisations (NGOs) and farmer organisations over the contentious land acquisition Bill, with activist Medha Patkar leading the prot

Question raised in Rajya Sabha on water capacity of Narmada river, 07/07/2014.

Question raised in Rajya Sabha on height of Narmada dam, 07/07/2014.

Order of the Madhya Pradesh High Court (W.P. No.7941/2011 With W.P. No.4205/2013) in the matter between Medha Patkar Vs Union of India regarding providing relief to farmers whose crops have been destroyed due to delay in development of command area of the Omkareshwar project. The Court has directed the Ministry of Environment and Forest to depute a team for inspection and survey of the site in the first week of July, 2014, before the Monsoon progresses further.

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It’s a black day for India, injustice has been done to people of Narmada Valley who have been fighting for their life and livelihood for three decades. In complete violation of the Narmada Water Dispute Tribunal Award and the conditions imposed by Supreme Court 2000 judgement, Narmada Control Authority today gave the permission to increase the height of the dam. Supreme Court in its order had said that.

Order of the National Green Tribunal (Western Bench, Pune) in the matter of Lakhan Musafir & Anr Vs. Sardar Sarovar Narmada Nigam Ltd. dated 09/05/2014 regarding the construction of Garudeshwar Weir at Garudeshwar village of Narmada District, Gujarat. The Counsel for Applicants has submitted before the Tribunal that the construction work is going on and the villagers are likely to be affected more and more if it was continued and therefore, an early hearing is necessary or that status quo order may be passed.

Judgement of the Supreme Court of India in the matter of Kachchh Jal Sankat Nivaran Samiti & Ors Vs State Of Gujarat & Anr regarding allocation of water from Sardar Sarovar Project to the District of Kutch dated 15/07/2013.

Minister of State for Narmada Valley Development and Narmada Valley Development Authority Chairman Shri Kanhaiyalal Agrawal has exhorted Narmada Valley irrigation project engineers to make all-out

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