NAINITAL: Taking serious note of alleged dumping of muck/excavated material by three private construction companies in Mandakini and Alaknanada rivers in Rudraprayag and Pauri districts, the Uttara
Uttarakhand is all set to conduct leopard census in December. The last census in 2008 revealed the presence of 2,343 leopards in the state.
In a bid to stem the ever-increasing problem of migration from the hills, the state government is investing about Rs 35 crore in projects related to agriculture and horticulture.
The world famous Rajaji National Park has been notified as Rajaji Tiger Reserve, making it the second tiger reserve in this small mountain state and the 48th in the country.
Despite the order of the National Green Tribunal (NGT) regarding the disposal of garbage and waste products, the municipal council Pauri is doing nothing to address the issue.
The state government has banned stone crushing at Maletha in Pauri.
Uttarakhand Chief Minister Harish Rawat laid the foundation stone of Dhikwal Gaon Khirsu Gram Samuha drinking water pumping scheme at block headquarter Khirsu in district Pauri on Thursday.
Despite the order of National Green Tribunal regarding the disposal of garbage and waste products as per MSW Act, the Municipal Council Pauri has failed to comply with the order and consequently, g
Concerned over the pollution from slag produced by iron and steel units, the National Green Tribunal today directed the authorities to prepare a restoration plan for Sigaddi river near Jasodhapur I
The National Green Tribunal, Principal Bench, New Delhi, has directed the forest department, State of Uttarakhand, to file its reply to the main application within two weeks with an advanced copy s
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