Amitav Ranjan

The petroleum ministry plans to change the royalty sharing mechanism to include direct compensation for villages and individuals who forgo their land for oil and gas production.

Now on, you don't have to worry about the garbage at your doorstep. The Delhi Government will collect it and recycle it for laying out roads in the Capital. For the first time, the Delhi Government has decided to use a recycling technology that would enable the carpeted road to take the traffic load within a few hours of the completion of the work.

TWENTY years from now, India

The corporate sector needs to realise that upholding the interests of society is clearly in the interest of the corporates themselves

For just about 20 years now, the world has taken increasing note of its changing climate marked by global warming; and looked hard for ways to check this process and curb its impact. That long-drawn and painstaking process will be in global limelight when the World Climate Conference takes place in Copenhagen.

The Indian corporate sector has realised the dangers posed by climate change, and is slowly, but surely, amalgamating green technology with it score growth strategy

This is the Summary Report of the International Forum for Sustainable Asia and the Pacific (ISAP2009), organised by IGES in Hayama, Japan on 26-27 June 2009.

MUMBAI: The state government has appointed The Energy and Resources Institute (TERI) to study the likely impact of climate change in Maharashtra in the years to come. The study will be undertaken in the next two months and spread over two years.

New Delhi: Janata Party president Subramaniam Swamy told the Supreme Court on Friday that experts had warned against going ahead with the Rs 2,400 crore Sethusamudram project in a development that could land the government in an embarassing position.

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