Independent report of Coastal Aquaculture Authority, Chennai in the matter of Original Application No. 5 of 2021 & 9 of 2021 (SZ) filed before the National Green Tribunal. The matter related to hatcheries in the districts of Chengalpattu, Villupuram, Nagapauinam and Cuddalore Districts of Tamil Nadu. The inspection committee designated for the purpose by Coastal Aquaculture Authority (CAA) had inspected 13 hatcheries located along the coast of Chengalpattu and Viluppuram districts of Tamil Nadu for alleged illegal shrimp seed production.

The Tamil Nadu Government’s endeavour is to provide basic amenities and infrastructure facilities, expand livelihood opportunities, improve rural connectivity, provide rural housing and enable a clean and sanitized environment in rural areas, leading to substantial improvement in the quality of life of the people.

CHENNAI: Opposition parties DMK, AMMK and PMK on Sunday slammed the Centre for granting environmental nod to Vedanta, ONGC and others to carry out preliminary work for exploring hydrocarbons in Vil

Government plans to open 3 of them in Tiruvallur district

Jambulingam Street, Chennai, is a local legend.

Judgement of the National Green Tribunal (Southern Zone, Chennai) in the matter of P. Dhakshinamoorthi Vs District Collector, Villupuram dated 20/04/2015 regarding cutting of trees in area classified as Kallankuthu Poramboke situated in Mugaiyur Village, Villupuram District, Tamil Nadu.

VILLUPURAM: Indiscriminate and illegal mining of sand along the Then Pennaiyar banks in the district has exposed several villages to severe ecological disaster, including depletion of ground water

On May Day, Tiruvannamalai witnessed a rally and picketing agitation to protest iron ore mining project planned at Kavuthi and Vediyappan hills.

The National Green Tribunal has passed an interim order to stop illegal sand mining on the Sankaraparani river- originating in the Villupuram district of Tamil Nadu and flowing through the Union te

Poor drinking water quality and bad road conditions are haunting residents of Nallavur hamlet near Vanur, which is about 60 km from Villupuram town.

This Dalit colony houses close to 2,000 members and it is alleged that due to the series of casualities due to water contamination over the past few days, some private hospitals in Tindivanam are even refusing to admit patients from this colony.