Order of the National Green Tribunal (Eastern Zone Bench, Kolkata) in the matter of Dipak Mahapatra Vs West Bengal Mineral Development and Trading Corporation Ltd. & Others dated 28/07/2022.

The matter related to misuse of contract meant for dredging in the river bed of Subarnarekha - by using it for commercial sand mining activities.

Tender has been floated by the West Bengal Mineral Development and Trading Corporation Limited (WBMDTCL) for dredging/desilting/removal of the river bed materials from the Subarnarekha river at Sankrail,Howrah district.

Order of the National Green Tribunal (Eastern Zone Bench, Kolkata) in the matter of Laxmidhar Palai Vs District Collector, Balasore & Others dated 17/06/2021.

The matter is related to illegal sand mining in river Subarnarekha, Jaleswar, Odisha.

Order of the National Green Tribunal in the matter of Laxmidhar Palai & Others Vs District Collector, Balasore & Others dated 09/06/2020.

Order of the National Green Tribunal in the matter of Sudarsan Das Vs State of West Bengal & Others dated 10/01/2019 regarding illegal sand mining on the banks of river Subarnarekha on borders of West Bengal and Odisha.

Order of the National Green Tribunal (Eastern Zone Bench, Kolkata( in the matter of Tapan Das Vs Director, Directorate of Mines Minerals & Others dated 08/05/2017 regarding e-auction taking place in the district of Paschim Medinipur and Jhargram district in West Bengal. It is alleged that proper procedures are not being followed in accordance with West Bengal Minor Minerals (Concession) Rules, 2016 in respect of e-auction of sand mining at Kanshabati and Subarnarekha rivers. 

One man’s celebration is another man’s poison in revelling Ranchi.

Dilly, dally, jumpstart. Jharkhand High Court’s most recent prod in June 2011 should see the much-delayed Mango drinking water project worth Rs 64.15 crore take off in January 2013.

Bhubaneswar: With the water levels on the rise in major rivers following heavy rains in the upper catchments and release of surplus water from various reservoirs, the state government today directe

Bhubaneswar: The water levels in most of the major rivers in Odisha receded today following scanty rain in the catchment areas during the past 24 hours, official sources said.

Bhubaneswar: Water levels continued to rise in major rivers including Mahanadi following heavy rains in the catchment areas and release of surplus water from various reservoirs in Odisha on Sunday.

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