The Contractor companies engaged by Northern Railway and National Highway Authority of India in Ramban district for developing railway track and Srinagar-Jammu highway are openly flouting norms wit

The National Green Tribunal today granted a week's time to a committee, formed by it, to file a report regarding alleged illegal and unauthorised felling of large number of trees in Ramban district

The 900-MW Baglihar hydroelectric project continues to increase the worries of experts and inhabitants in the erstwhile Doda district comprising Kishtwar, Doda and Ramban districts as the region fa

The man-animal conflict in the state has claimed 14 human lives and 211 persons were injured in attack by wild animals during 2014-15, highlighting the situation arising out of encroachment of fore

Batote, July 23: The Planning Commission of India (PCI), led by its member, BK Chaturvedi, former Cabinet Secretary, and Arun Mehta, Principal Secretary, flew to the project site of Baglihar-II at

The state Cabinet here today gave its approval for the submission of memorandum to the Centre for the grant of special package of Rs 607.77 crore for the rehabilitation of the quake-hit in the Doda

Keeping in view the seismic vulnerability of Kashmir, the High Court has asked the government to establish an “effective disaster management committee”.

The forest department has planted 16.43 lakh trees and raised 17.46 lakh plants in its nurseries under Compensatory Aforestation Management Planning Authority (CAMPA) in six divisions of Chenab For

JAMMU: The Forest Department has planted 16.43 lakh trees and raised 17.46 lakh plants in its nurseries under Compensatory Aforestation Management Planning Authority (CAMPA) in six divisions of Chenab Forest Circle during the period 2010-11 till March 2012, involving a cost of Rs 6.44 crore.

For the year 2012-13 the department has set a target of planting 8.31 lakh trees and to raise 10.47 lakh in its nurseries established across the Forest Circle spread over to three districts of Doda, Ramban and Kishtwar.

Jammu: Chief Minister Omar Abdullah today said the Baglihar Hydroelectric Project (BHEP) stage-II would generate an average annual income of about Rs 500 crore by producing over 1,300 Million Unit

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