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The Supreme Court on Tuesday cautioned the Centre against “hoodwinking” it on the number of wetlands and lakes in the country and set a week deadline for it to come out with a “holistic” report on

Judgement of the National Green Tribunal in the matter of Sunder Singh Vs State of NCT of Delhi & Others dated 09/12/2016 regarding illegal encroachments made in the water body ‘Johad’ bearing Khasra No. 148 admeasuring 6 Bighas and 13 Biswas of the Gram Sabha of Issarpur, Najafgarh, Delhi. National Green Tribunal directs the Sub-Divisional Magistrate, Najafgarh ondent No. 7, to remove encroachments, if any, and keep the existing pond ‘Johad’, measuring 4 Bighas; improve its cleanliness within a period of 3 months and eventually develop the water body into a reservoir.

Order of the National Green Tribunal in the matter of Uma Shankar Patwa & Others Vs. Union of India & Others (Earlier titled as D.K. Joshi Vs. Union of India & Ors.) dated 30/11/2016 regarding illegal constructions on flood plain and river bed of Yamuna, Agra, Uttar Pradesh.

Odisha Government will soon approach the Supreme Court and National Green Tribunal (NGT) against Chhattisgarh for projects undertaken by it on the upstream of Mahanadi river.

The activists opposed to the Girivalam path-widening project have shifted their focus to theerthams and ponds which may take a hit from the project.

Decreasing water level in Pushkar Lake has come down hard on fishes and dozens of them died in last 48 hours.

The study points out that wastage due to leakages and indiscriminate use is adding to the growing problem.

Order of the Supreme Court of India in the matter of State of Tamil Nadu Vs State of Karnataka & Others dated 05/08/2016 regarding Cauvery river water dispute. Mr. Naphade, learned senior counsel appearing for the State of Tamil Nadu contends that the State of Karnataka has not been complying with the directions given by the Tribunal in the final order and there has been flagrant violation of the same. According to Mr.

Backed by two scientists, residents of Dwarka recently submitted their suggestions to the National Green Tribunal, saying that reviving waterbodies in Dwarka could ensure water sufficiency in the a

Order of the National Green Tribunal in the matter of Vikrant Kumar Tongad. Vs. Delhi Metro Rail Corporation Ltd. dated 28/07/2016 regarding installation of rain water
harvesting system in the hospitals of Delhi.