Sariska Tiger Sanctuary (STR) in Rajasthan’s Alwar is facing unusually slow multiplication of the big cat population mainly due to large scale miscarriages suffered by its tigresses.

The National Green Tribunal has come down heavily on Rajasthan government over the illegal mining of minor minerals in Alwar district and directed it to submit data regarding the same in four weeks

Order of the National Green Tribunal (Principal Bench, New Delhi) in the matter of Sonya Ghosh Vs. State of Haryana & Others dated 05/02/2015 regarding illegal, unauthorised and the rampant mining going on in the District of Alwar.

JAIPUR: With the National Green Tribunal (NGT) saying that its nod is mandatory for mining activities near Sariska Tiger Reserve and Supreme Court ban on mining at Aravalli, the aim of the governme

The National Green Tribunal on Monday directed that no person or company will be allowed to carry out stone quarrying or mining of any sort without the requisite environmental clearance near the Sa

Rajasthan too has kept pace with the increase in tiger numbers nationally.

Order of the National Green Tribunal (Central Zonal Bench, Bhopal) in the matter of Babu Lal Jaju Vs. State of Rajasthan & Ors. dated 26/11/2014 regarding utilization of green tax in Rajasthan.

Counsel for the State has filed M.A. No. 659/2014 with the prayer for taking on record the annexed documents giving details of the expenditure incurred for utilisation the funds of Tiger Conservation Foundation for the Sariska and Ranthambore Tiger Reserve in Rajasthan.

The law prohibits mining activity in the Sariska tiger reserve but disagreement among departments over land revenue records have allowed 12 mines to continue in the core area of the reserve.

The Rajasthan government, which is arguing in the Supreme Court to reduce the safety zone limit around the Sariska tiger reserve from 1 km to 100 metres, told the National Green Tribunal (NGT) in J

The central empowered committee of the Supreme Court has asked the Rajasthan government to immediately stop mining activities allowed around Sariska in “blatant violation” of the court’s orders and