The level of civic sanitation in Pauri town has continued to deteriorate with the municipal waste being dumped haphazardly in the open.

Residents of Pauri town are hopeful of some improvement in the level of civic sanitation here after the Pauri municipal council recently told the National Green Tribunal that it would arrange land

Lansdowne division corridor, which connects Rajaji National Park with Corbett Tiger Division and facilitates movement of big cats and elephants in between these two protected areas, has become a ha

Marking a year of the Uttarakhand deluge, activists and affected locals observed a 24-hour fast in Srinagar, Uttarakhand, for the rights of the disaster-affected people of the State.

Pauri district magistrate Chandra Shekhar Bhatt instructed the Superintendent of Police, sub divisional magistrate, Garhwal divisional forest officer, executive officer of the Pauri municipality an

In a major triumph for green activists, the National Green Tribunal (NGT) has banned all non-forest activities in Manda Khal and Gadoli Khal forest regions in Pauri.

Order of the National Green Tribunal (Principal Bench, New Delhi) in the matter of Himalaya Environment & Employment Cooperative Society Ltd. Vs. State of Uttarakhand & Ors. regarding illegal, unauthorised and unpermitted mining activity in the River bed of River Ganges in the District of Pauri, Garhwal.

The National Green Tribunal (NGT) in response to a case filed on January 2 has issued notice to the Alaknanda Hydropower Company Limited (AHPCL).

Earlier, a case was filed with the NGT by the Srinagar Bandh Aapda Sangharsh Samiti, an organisation for the affected residents of Srinagar, Pauri district, and Matu Jansangthan, an organisation that works on dam related issues.

The second meeting of the National Ganga River Basin Authority’s inter-Ministerial group in Delhi on Tuesday could not make much headway on the contentious issue of the under-construction hydro-electric project on the Alaknanda at Srinagar in Uttarakhand.

The group, headed by Planning Commission Member B. K. Chaturvedi, heard the builders of the project and the campaigners for the protection of the Dhari Devi temple on the river, but there appeared to be no convergence.

Hundreds of pro-dam activists left Srinagar (Garhwal) in buses on Monday to take part in a one-day dharna by Uttarakhand Minister for Drinking Water & Education Mantri Prasad Naithani at Jantar

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