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Order of the National Green Tribunal in the matter of Satya Prakash Pattnayak Vs State of Odisha dated 16/04/2019 regarding illegal sand mining and transportation, which is causing air pollution and damage to River Jambhira and River Muradi at Morad Tahasil, Odisha.

Order of the National Green Tribunal in the matter of Basant Patra Vs State of Odisha dated 15/04/2019 regarding pollution of Jagannath Sagar Lake at Jeypore, Odisha. A bus stop is being developed by filling a part of the lake.

Order of the National Green Tribunal in the matter of Prahallad Pradhan & Others Vs District Collector, Deogarh & Others dated 09/04/2019 regarding Gram Panchayat building proposed to be constructed in Golabandha Village under Barkote Tahasil having Sabik Kisam Bad Jungle an area of 1.080 acres without any prior approval from Central Government as required under Forest Conservation Act 1980.

Order of the National Green Tribunal in the matter of Sudhansu Sekhar Kuanr & Others Vs State of Odisha & Others dated 01/04/2019 regarding illegal mining in more than 29.90 acers of cashew forest land known as Kisam Jungle in Madanpur Mouza in Ghasipura Tahasil of Keounjhar District embrisied in Khata No. 754, Plot No. 2824 of that village. The applicant has stated that illegal mining is taking place without any approval document in the forest area and that during 2012 criminal prosecutions have been lodged against 5 different persons for trespassing in the forest area.

Besides the rating programme, the two have collaborated on real-time and in-situ river water quality monitoring through the water-to-cloud project

Kolkata-based Envirotech East Pvt. Ltd has been roped in to undertake EIA study

The industry has consistently displayed a cavalier approach to safety when it comes to disposing of waste

Ahead of general elections next month, the mega steel plant project in Odisha is back in the limelight, with JSW Steel now seeking forest clearance from the union environment ministry.

Protest in Bhubaneswar against alleged tinkering with Act

A new government-commissioned survey has found that 93.1% of rural Indian households now have access to toilets, in comparison to 77% last year.

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