Order of the National Green Tribunal in the matter of National Green Tribunal Bar Association Vs. Dr. Sarvabhoum Bagali (State of Maharashtra) dated 19/09/2018 regarding illegal sand mining in rivers of India. Proceedings in the present commenced on the basis of an application seeking legal action against illegal sand mining in Yamuna River bed.

Order of the Natinal Green Tribunal in the matter of Legal Aid Committee, NGT Bar Association Vs. MoEF & Others dated 07/08/2018. This application seeks directions to check diversion of the area marked as Natural Conservation Zone (NCZ) by the National Capital Region Planning Board (NCRPB) in the Regional Plan. The Applicant has alleged that the States of Uttar Pradesh, Haryana and Rajasthan have diverted the NCZ area in violation of the original plan while preparing Sub-regional Plans and such diversion will adversely affect the environment.

The Kumbh Mela 2019, to be organized in Allahabad at the famed confluence of rivers Ganga, Yamuna and fabled Saraswati, shall be the largest ever religious congregation spread over almost 45 days (

Torrential rains continued to batter parts of north India today, with worst-hit Uttar Pradesh recording 12 rain-related deaths and waters of the Yamuna flowing above the danger mark in the national

Pulled up by the Supreme Court for failure to take appropriate measures to preserve the historic Taj Mahal, the Uttar Pradesh Government on Tuesday said the entire precinct of the “monument of love

A plea seeking a stay on the construction of a 70-storey temple in Mathura by ISKCON led the National Green Tribunal today to seek response from the religious society and the Central Ground Water A

NEW DELHI: Promoting an ambitious Yamuna water front in Delhi, water resources and highways minister Nitin Gadkari warned of strict action against polluters, saying he had even once asked whether a

NEW DELHI: Can Delhi learn from waste management practices of Panchgani, a hill station with only 15,000 inhabitants and a floating population of a few lakhs?

NEW DELHI: The Delhi Jal Board (DJB) has withdrawn its plea in the National Green Tribunal that sought directions to the Haryana government to check the "dangerous level of ammonia" in the Yamuna,

Rajasthan has sought establishment of an Inter-State Basin Authority with the powers to resolve disputes among different States on sharing of river waters.

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