DEHRADUN: Ministry of road, transport and highway (MORTH) in their affidavit submitted before the National Green Tribunal(NGT) in matter of Char Dham widening road in Uttarakhand stated that in all

Order of the National Green Tribunal in the matter of Citizens for Green Doon & Ors. Vs. Union of India & Others dated 04/04/2018 regarding environmental clearance for Char Dham project, Uttarakhand. NGT took a stern view of the lackadaisical attitude of the Ministry of Road, Transport and Highway as well as the Government of Uttarakhand for not even filing the muck dumping plan generated from the project. Court warns that no further adjournment would be granted in the case.

Nainital/Dehradun: Google commemorated the 45th anniversary of the Chipko movement with a doodle on Monday even as the leader of the campaign termed tree felling for Char Dham road “devastating” to

The paddy fields in Keezhattur, where a bypass is planned, is situated just seven metres above the sea level. There is no farmland so close to sea level.

DEHRADUN: The National Green Tribunal (NGT) on Wednesday banned further felling of trees in the Rs 12,000 crore all-weather Char Dham road project, a pet initiative of Prime Minister Narendra Modi.

Order of the National Green Tribunal in the matter of Daniel George Vs. Union of India & Others dated 16/03/2018 regarding construction of road through Aravalli Range, Haryana. NGT puts on hold the clearing of forested area of the Aravalli Range.

Dr Harsh Vardhan, Union Minister of Environment, Forest and Climate Change, today said the all-weather road project in Uttarakhand would not impact environment.

DEHRADUN: Union environment minister Harsh Vardhan said that he has taken “serious note of concerns regarding violations of environment norm in the construction work for the all-weather Char Dham w

NAIROBI - Demonstrators plan to protest against a railway line being built inside Nairobi National Park, which they say threatens wildlife and people in Kenya, after their case was dismissed on Tue

This study examines the political economy of road safety in India, with a focus on Mumbai. The idea is to identify the underlying factors embedded in the political, economic and social framework of the city which influence road safety.

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