This report takes stock of the power sector in India and discusses the interventions required to achieve round-the-clock power supply and propose directions for stakeholders in the Indian power and energy sectors. Rapid economic growth in India has led to a surge in energy demand in the country.

This report takes stock of the power sector in India and discusses the interventions required to achieve round-the-clock power supply and propose directions for stakeholders in the Indian power and energy sectors.

GUWAHATI- At a time when development is the buzzword both at the government and societal levels and Swachh Bharat campaign launched by the Government is making inroads in wiping off waste and filth

Question raised in Lok Sabha on Contaminated Drinking Water, 11/08/2016. As per the National Rural Drinking Water Programme (NRDWP) guidelines, 10% of the total budget is allocated to North Eastern States.

Question raised in Lok Sabha on Pending Projects, 09/08/2016. A list of 17 projects for Environment Clearance (EC) and 2 projects for Forest Clearance (FC) from North Eastern States, including Arunachal Pradesh, pending in the Ministry of Environment, Forest and Climate Change is annexed.

The Northeast region of the country has a total installed capacity of 3,550.02 mega-watts (MW) for electricity generation. Fossil fuels—gas, coal and diesel—capacity combined contributes to 57.6 per cent of the installed capacity.

Order of the National Green Tribunal (Eastern Zone Bench, Kolkata) in the matter of The Popular Pisciculture Association, Manipur Vs. State of Manipur & Others dated 25/07/2016 regarding "development works" in Lamphelpat wetland, Manipur and displacement of people dependent for their livelihood on pisciculture, cultivation of rice and for cultivation of aquatic edible plants. Tribunal directs Government of Manipur to come up with a package for rehabilitating the people who were dependent on the wetland.

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Despite decades of concerted global conservation efforts, biodiversity loss continues unabated, making it important to assess the effectiveness of conservation approaches. Using forest cover as a proxy for conservation effectiveness, we analysed land-use and land-cover changes across a community and a state forest of Jaintia Hills, Meghalaya, India. Forest losses in the community lands (77.94 sq. km) were higher compared to the state forest (11.48 sq. km) between 1994 and 2014, and were driven by mining, industry, plantations and agriculture.

Modi government’s North East push will only see 7.5 per cent road target achieved

IMPHAL, The capital cities of three North Eastern States – Mizoram, Sikkim and Tripura are listed among the ten cleanest cities of the country in a survey conducted by New Delhi-based research and

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