Order of the National Green Tribunal in the matter of Dinesh Kumar Chadha Vs State of Punjab & Others dated 31/01/2019 regarding illegal mining in District Rupnagar, Punjab. A report submitted by a Joint Committee of the Central Pollution Control Board (CPCB), Director Mining, State of Punjab and the Punjab State Pollution Control Board (PSPCB) refers to the status of illegal mining in Villages Harshabela, Swarha and Baihara. The Joint Committee has found that mining was taking place beyond the permitted depth and mine lease area not demarcated among others.

Order of the National Green Tribunal in the matter of Kudrat Sandhu Vs State of Punjab & Others dated 30/11/2018 regarding application to stop the project undertaken by M/s Metro Econ Green Resorts Pvt. Ltd.

DCM Engineeering Products, a company manufacturing automotive engineering parts, has allegedly made the lives of people residing in three villages situated in the vicinity of its plant miserable by

The state of Punjab, earlier regarded as an agriculturally developed region of India, has been passing through a severe economic crisis. The capital-intensive mode of production, propagated by the green revolution in the mid-1960s, is turning out to be non-viable for the small peasantry and hence, they are being involuntarily manoeuvred towards shifting away from farming. Based on a field study in Punjab during the year 2012-13, it was observed that 14.39% of the farmers had left farming since 1991.

Witnessing a stagnation in agriculture, Punjab has decided to focus on the dairy industry.

The combine harvesting technology which has become common in the rice

Rupnagar, March 24 The Punjab and Haryana High Court Chief Justice Vijender Jain has urged the people of the state to wage a joint struggle to eradicate female foeticide in Punjab.