Order of the National Green Tribunal (Central Zonal Bench, Bhopal) in the matter of Rakesh Chaturvedi & Others Vs. State of Madhya Pradesh & Others dated 21/07/2017 regarding illegal mining and sinking of the area in and around Umaria, Madhya Pradesh. The Applicant has also stated that as a result of the recent rains further caving in of the ground has been reported in and around Umaria.

Order of the National Green Tribunal in the matter of Lakhan Singh Dhurve Vs. State of M.P. & 4 Ors. dated 11/03/2015 regarding allotment of charagah land for industrial use, District Umaria, Madhya Pradesh.

Poachers killed yet another tigress - fourth in the last two years - with an electric trap at the buffer zone of Bandgavgarh National Park (BNP) in Umeria district of Madhya Pradesh late on Sunday

Constant efforts have been made by the Mineral Resources Development Department for prevention of illegal mining, transport and storage of minerals, according to a press release here on Tuesday.

Authorities in Bandhavgarh reserve have mentioned infighting as the reason of death

Failure of authorities to act on an advice for relocating tigers from high density Bandhavgarh reserve to other habitats has allegedly resulted in death of a big cat due to infighting.

Former President A P J Abdul Kalam today launched the Madhya Pradesh government’s Atal Jyoti Abhiyan aimed at providing round-the-clock quality power supply in the district.

As many as five of the 13 tigers lost in the state till Mid-December fell prey to this method of poaching in 2012

Madhya Pradesh is witnessing a rising trend of tigers being poached by electrocution with five cats falling prey to it in 2012-13, an RTI query has found.
"According to government records, 13 tigers lost lives in Madhya Pradesh till mid December 2012, including four due to electrocution," RTI activist Ajay Dube told PTI. However, one of the tigers was not poached, but accidentally came in contact with electric wires.

In the third incident of poaching reported since last November, a partly decomposed and skinned carcass of a tiger was found in the forest area of Umaria approximately 25 kilometers away from Bandh

Chief Secretary Avani Vaish has instructed at a meeting at Jabalpur to give special priority to the construction of rural roads and buildings of schools and Anganwadis in the districts covered by I

The Integrated Land and Ecosystem Management Project is being implemented by the Forest Department in Madhya Pradesh with the cooperation of Global Environmental Facility. The project is being implemented in nine forest divisions of Betul, Chhindwara, Umaria, Sidhi and Singrauli districts.

The five-year project will be implemented till the year 2014. Its total cost is Rs.