KOCHI: The Kerala high court on Wednesday lauded the efforts taken by the state government and its health department in tackling Nipah virus outbreak.

AHMEDABAD: Back in 2002, the question of saving Lakhudi talav and Chandola lake from encroachments and being used for other purposes had led to a PIL Shailesh Shah vs state of Gujarat which became

The Maharashtra government, on Monday, told the Bombay High Court that it has recorded the decibel levels of three spots where construction work for the Metro III line is underway and has forwarded

Locals in and around the plant have for long been protesting demanding the closure of Vedanta's copper smelter unit on the ground that it allegedly caused pollution, a charge rejected by the compan

Order of the Supreme Court of India in the matter of In Re: T. N. Godavarman Thirumulpad Vs Union of India & Others dated 14/05/2018 regarding misuse of environment protection funds.

Supreme Court observed that prima facie it appears that the funds are being used for the purposes other than what was intended from the affidavit submitted by the counsel for the State of Meghalaya. Apex Court requests the assistance of ASG with regard to appropriate and proper utilization of funds not only by the State of Meghalaya but by all other States.

CHANDIGARH: Taking cognizance of a petition seeking directions to ban construction in the Aravalis by defining it as forest area, the Punjab and Haryana high court on Thursday issued notice to the

Order of the Supreme Court of India in the matter of Antarrashtriya Manav Adhikaar Nigraani Parishad Vs Union of India & Others dated 08/05/2018 regarding functioning of Mid Day Meal Scheme. Supreme Court directs the petitioner to give an up-to-date status on affidavit with regard to the functioning of the Mid Day Meal Scheme from the web-site of the Government of India and the State Governments. The cut-off date would be 30.06.2018.

The petition said that a heat wave should be considered on a par with other disasters as per Article 14 of the Constitution.

Ranchi: Jharkhand High Court directed the state pollution control board on Wednesday to ensure that stringent steps are taken to check rising pollution levels in the state and send its officials to

MUMBAI: The Bombay high court today asked the Maharashtra government to apprise it of the steps it proposes to take to curb pollution of rivers in the state.

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