Order of the National Green Tribunal in the matter of Centre for Human Rights Vs. Chief Secretary, Govt. of NCT of Delhi & Ors. dated 06/04/2015 regarding illegal encroachments on the water bodies in Delhi, namely, Ponds of Village Ladpur; Ponds of Neb Sarai; Ponds of Village Sahipur; Ponds of Village Kanjhawala and Ponds of Village Mangolpur Kalan.

The city of Guwahati has a rich historical past and finds frequent mention in medieval historical sources and epics. From the pre-historic existence, the city has evolved through various stages of development and lately, the city has entered a phase of vigorous growth changing remarkably its fabric of settlement and the overall morphology of the urban landscape. Throughout the history of growth and development of Guwahati city, the river Brahmaputra has played the most important role in shaping the socio-economic life of its dwellers and the land use pattern of the city.

City politicians will have to change their stand on the Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) system and cycle tracks if they want Pune to be a part of the Union government's 'smart city' plan, which makes it ma

Order of the National Green Tribunal in the matter of Pavit Singh Vs The State of NCT of Delhi & Ors. dated 11/11/2014. This application has been filed by the applicant who is a resident of Chandan Colony, Saidullajab, IGNOU Road, New Delhi, a social activist as well as RTI activist praying for a direction against respondents to demolish/remove the encroachments from the ridge land and the unauthorised construction on the land falling in khasra no.

In a city whose 65 lakh population has just 900 toilets, the corporation has come up with the idea of setting up electronic toilets as a solution.

Order of the Uttaranchal High Court in the matter of Prof. Ajay Singh Rawat Vs Union of India & Others regarding encroachments from different Nalas carrying rain water to Naini Lake as well as from the roads and other public properties, Nainital District, Uttarakhand dated 28/08/2014.

The Ministry for Urban Development in its recent report claimed that there is no proper coordination between the Jammu Municipal Corporation (JMC), Jammu Development Authority (JDA), District Devel

Order of the National Green Tribunal (Principal Bench, New Delhi) in the matter of Hazi Arif & Others Vs State of Uttar Pradesh & Others regarding encroachments on green belt and drainage system namely Sahibabad Drain No. 1. It gives rise to important environmental issues such as loss of green cover and damage to the existing drainage system.

Report Confirms Concerns Raised By Experts In The Past

The Ministry of Urban Development in its recently prepared report claimed that there was lack of a comprehensive storm drainage system for Jammu city and the existing system faces severe flooding p