Shahjahanpur: Following a survey by the state nutrition mission, under the integrated child development scheme (ICDS), that a shocking 68,361 children suffer from malnutrition in Shahjahanpur distr

Order of the National Green Tribunal in the matter of Krishan Kant Singh Vs. M/s United Spirits Limited Rosa Shahjahnpur dated 02/03/2016 regarding pollution caused by United Spirits Limited, Rosa Shahjahnpur, Uttar Pradesh.

The joint inspection team report submitted before the Tribunal states that the Unit appears to have taken all anti pollution measures. However, there is one of the minor deficiencies which remains to be addressed, counsel appearing for the industry submit that they would take all measures completely and immediately and would obtain permission of the CGWA.

The Environment Ministry's green panel EAC has deferred the decision to grant environment clearance to the KRIBHCO Shyam Fertilizers for expansion of Rs 4,132 crore ammonia and urea project in Utta

Firm invested Rs 500 crore in 2-MT unit

Reliance Cement’s 2-million tonnes per annum (MTPA) in Rae Bareli has become operational, andthe company’s aim is to capitalise on the huge demand-supply gap in the state, according to chief executive officer Arvind Pathak.

To Provide 1,200 MW Addl Power

Lucknow: The power situation in the state is likely to improve a bit with two private sector power plants -- Rosa and Lanco -- getting operational to their full capacity. The UP Power Corporation Limited officials said that all the units of these two plants with combined stalled capacity of 2,400 MW were not working due to commercial dispute, ostensibly caused by non-payment of dues. With all the units of these two plants switched on now, the power situation would be eased out by 1200 MW.

Mounting dues had recently forced Lanco Infratech, Reliance Power to shut power supply to UPPCL, whose financial health is still as precarious as ever.

LUCKNOW: The power units promoted by two private houses - Reliance Power's Rosa and Lanco'sAnpara - have stopped working following commercial disputes with UP Power Corporation Limited (UPPCL).

Reliance Power has successfully commissioned its fourth unit of 300 MW at Rosa Thermal Power plant making the 1,200 MW project fully operational.

The 1,200-MW Rosa Thermal Power Project of Reliance Power in Shahjahanpur district of Uttar Pradesh has become fully operational with the final unit of 300 MW being commissioned on March 31.

The mega power project has achieved this benchmark four months ahead of schedule — it was to be commissioned in July, said a release issued by the company.

Anil Ambani group firm Reliance Power today said it has commissioned another 300-MW unit under its Rosa project in Uttar Pradesh, taking the company's total capacity to 900 MW.

Reliance Power expects to have a total installed capacity of 5,000 MW by December, 2012, including thermal, gas and renewable energy. This would include the first 660-MW unit of the Sasan Ultra Mega Power Project, which would be commissioned by December next year, company CEO J P Chalasani said.