Demand that Government ask the authority to revisit its move; Accuse the coastal authority of succumbing to the coal lobby

ALAPPUZHA: Finally, Alappuzha marina and passenger terminal project is taking wings.

Pollution Control Board to decide on various matters including consent to operate to around 25 iron ore mining leases

PANJIM: In a revelation which exposes the manner in which the MPT and South West Port Limited (SWPL) went about its business of handling excess coal, literally snubbing Goa State Pollution Control

VASCO: Despite Goa Chief Minister’s letter to the Central government opposing further expansion of existing coal handling facilities at Mormugao Port, the Expert Appraisal Committee (EAC) of the Un

Judgement of the National Green Tribunal (Southern Zone, Chennai) in the matter of Radhakrishnan K.U. & Others Vs Ministry of Environment and Forests & Others dated 22/12/2017 regarding the LPG Terminal of the India Oil Corporation Ltd at Puthuvypeen, Cochin, Kerala. The applicants who are traditional fishermen allege that the project activity of M/s.Indian Oil Corporation Ltd (IOCL) extends to an area of 15 hectares between 200 metres and 300 metres from the High Tide Line (HTL).

In October, during an investigation into health hazards posed by the transport of coal across Goa, The Indian Express had reported that SWPL has been exceeding its import capacity since 2012.

CHENNAI: The South Indian Fishermen Welfare Association has demanded compensation to fishermen in Nochikuppam who were affected by demonetisation, cyclone Vardah and Chennai oil spill.

With over 80 per cent of global trade by volume and more than 70 per cent of its value being carried on board ships and handled by seaports worldwide, the importance of maritime transport for trade and development cannot be overemphasized.

The last of the statutory and regulatory clearances for the deal comes through