Regulating mining in Meghalaya is tricky. Since Meghalaya is a Sixth Schedule state, the state government and the mining department do not have a direct control over its mineral resources; it is

the Sirsi district court in Karnataka has sentenced A H Gurumurthya, former municipal commissioner, to 18 months of imprisonment for releasing untreated sewage into two tanks in 2001-02. The

Minutes of the 10th meeting of the Gujarat Coastal Zone Management Authority held on 22/04/2008.

Minutes of the 8th meeting of the Gujarat Coastal Zone Management Authority held on 04/12/2006 under the chairmanship of Shri P. N. Roy Chowdhury, Principal Secretary, Forests and Environment Department, Government of Gujarat.

Letter from Maharashtra Pollution Control Board to the Secretary, MOEF on the environmental clearance for a tourism project/hill station in Mulshi and Velhe Talukas of Pune District, Maharashtra dated July 15 2005.

In July-August 2003, when soft-drink firms across the country were struggling to contain the impact of the discovery of pesticide residues in their products, in Kerala, Coca-Cola came under intense

In the Kerala High Court, a village panchayat loses its battle for water with Coca-Cola.

Consent granted by Maharashtra Pollution Control Board to M/S the Lake City Corporation Ltd.

The Government of India announced its decision in 1973 to set up a 6 million tonne per year Petroleum Oil Refinery at Mathura under the Indian Oil Corporation of India.

When India and other nations convened the U.N. Conference at Stockholm in June, 1972, it marked a new epoch in international concern for the environment. India was among those nations representing to the call for a cleaner environment. However, India's environment has improved very slowly since 1972. In this article, we will point out several weaknesses in India's statutory scheme for environmental protection.