Tirupur: Minister for Forests N. Selvaraj on Tuesday inspected Kulipatti in the district from where huge quantities of sandalwood were seized by the forest officials during the last fortnight in phases. He along with the Principal Chief Conservator of Forests, A. S. Balanathan, examined how smugglers were able to cut down large number of trees in a short span of time.

The incident occurred on September 21 when over 180 goats were killed

Nitrate containing water went into the rumen of the animals

R. Vimal Kumar

To monitor the noise and air quality in the city during Deepavali celebrations

On the premises of Jaiva Bhai Corporation Girls Hr. Sec. School and Kumaran Complex

Tirupur units plan to suspend operations from October 26

Tirupur: The knitwear production in Tirupur cluster is all set to come to a standstill as the entire 528 dyeing units affiliated to Dyers Association of Tirupur (DAT), an important link in the apparel manufacturing chain, have decided to suspend its operations from October 26.

The Supreme Court has come down hard on industries polluting water bodies, applying the

Supreme Court judgement dated 06/10/2009 on river Noyyal pollution. The Court was of the opinion that there has been unabated pollution by the members of Tirupur Dyeing Factory Owners. They cannot escape the responsibility to meet out the expenses of reversing the ecology. They are bound to meet the expenses of removing the sludge of the river.

Mushrooming of dyeing units contributes to the high level of pollution

Legal cell demands setting up of an SC Bench in Chennai

Tirupur: Following a Government Order, the Minister for Highways and Minor Ports, M. P. Saminathan, released water from Amaravathy Dam for irrigation on Tuesday.

Tirupur: Deputy Chief Minister M. K. Stalin inaugurated the Green Tirupur Movement of Isha Foundation by planting a sapling on the Corporation Town Hall premises here on Sunday.

The Isha Foundation volunteers with the involvement of different stakeholders in the conservation of environment planted as many as 25,000 saplings of 34 plant species across the city.

The public-private partnership model has emerged as the favoured model of project execution in India, especially in infrastructure, health and education. This article traces the theoretical underpinnings of PPP under a neoliberal, marketdriven and growth-oriented state. It describes the economic imperatives for public and private resource management and the case for PPP.