Order of the National Green Tribunal in the matter of Gauri Maulekhi Vs. State of Jammu & Kashmir & Others dated 23/05/2018 regarding finalizing and implementing the Rehabilitation Scheme for people engaged in carrying pilgrims to the Vaishno Devi shrine on horses and mules, which have now been prohibited.

MUMBAI: In a first, five rivers in the city and two lakes are set to get flow level transmitters, which will remotely send the civic administration an early warning on days the level of water start

The government’s recent move to allow commercial mining of coal, and notification of the methodology for auctions sets the stage for a change in India’s coal supply paradigm.

NEW DELHI: The Supreme Court on Monday quashed the order of National Green Tribunal (NGT) declaring Amarnath cave shrine a silence zone and prohibiting religious offerings beyond the entry point.

The Department-related Parliamentary Standing Committee on Home Affairs, present this Two Hundred Eleventh Report on 'The Cyclone Ockhi - Its Impact on Fishermen and Damage Caused by it '. A very severe cyclonic storm „Ockhi‟ hit the coast of Tamil Nadu, Kerala and Lakshadweep, during November-December 2017, wreaking unprecedented havoc.

The National Green Tribunal (NGT) has slammed the Jammu and Kashmir government for not finalising a rehabilitation plan for horses and mules which have been barred from plying from Katra to the Vai

Order of the National Green Tribunal in the matter of Gauri Maulekhi Vs. State of J&K & Others dated 22/03/2018 regarding issues relating to mule owners and handlers operating between Katra and Vaishno Devi shrine, Jammu & Kashmir.

Forest Minister says local trustees usurped land with Mantralaya’s support

The Supreme Court today wanted to know from the Centre how a "huge amount" of around Rs 75,000 crore, lying in various funds created on apex court's orders for protection of the environment, was be

India was a pioneer in recognising special protections for her tribal or indigenous peoples in the Constitution, recognising their distinctive cultural, social, and economic identity from that of the mainstream Indian society and that they needed some protection from exploitation by the mainstream.

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