The sand mafia has now started targeting common village ponds and is not even sparing private lands for illegal excavation of sand.

Order of the National Green Tribunal (Principal Bench, New Delhi) in the matter of Shyam Singh Chauhan Vs. Union of India & Ors. dated 12/08/2015 regarding Sutlej Jal Vidyut Nigam Limited (SJVNL) plan to construct a 38 km long tunnel for the Luhri Hydro project in Himachal Pradesh.

The Counsel appearing for the Project Proponent submits that they have decided to change the very design of the Project with an intention to make it more environmental friendly and to attain higher standard of pollution control.

Water level in the Sutlej has increased to an alarming situation in the Moga district due to heavy rainfall in the catchments areas.

Bowing to the pressure from farmers and environmental NGOs, Sutlej Jal Vidyut Nigam Limited it is learnt to have decided to drop the idea of constructing a 38-km-long tunnel in the much-hyped 775 M

Climate Change: Serious repercussions on hydropower sector, irrigation, drinking water schemes likely

The mining mafia continues to dig into the Sutlej riverbed here as the authorities concerned have failed to tighten the noose around the culprits.

Corp chairman to visit today, HP to get 366.48 million unit power each yr

CM Khattar says Haryana is water deficient and its groundwater level falling

A panel of experts appointed by the Himachal Pradesh government has said that popular opposition to large hydel power projects on the Sutlej is being fanned by the establishment’s “indifference” to

99 rivers across the country to be developed; Approval soon