Final report of the investigation of unusual illnesses allegedly produced by endosulfan exposure in Padre Village of Kasargod District (N.Kerala)Submitted to the Honourable National Human Rights Commision.

The Hon

Letter from Maharashtra Krishna Khari Vikas Mahamandal, Pune on Lavasa dated 20/06/2002.

The National Conservation Strategy and the Policy Statement on Environment and Development are in response to the need for laying down the guidelines that will help to weave environmental considerations into the fabric of our national life and of
our development process. It is an expression of our commitment for reorienting policies and action in unison with the environmental perspective.

The precarious conservation status of the tiger has aroused global concern in recent years. Tigers are under threat from many factors include depletion of prey, direct killing and pressure on their habitat due to fragmentation and degradation of habitat quality.

Report on Amendment to Section 6 of the Land Acquisition Act, 1894. This Report is prepared for the purpose of removing the lacuna in sec. 6 of the Land Acquisition Act, 1894, which has come to light in view of the decision of the Constitution Bench of the Supreme Court of India in its recent judgment in Padmasundara Rao (dead) & Others vs.

The respondent No.7, who is admittedly a leader of national stature, a reputed Member of Parliament for years and a former Prime Minister of the country is accused of usurping about 600 acres of land in Village Bhondsi of the State of Haryana by manipulations and resort to exercise of his political influence.

This policy emphasises planning, development and management of water resources in a national perspective through a well-developed information system and river basin organisations for the integrated and multidisciplinary management of entire drainage basins. It has prioritised water allocation

Supreme Court order dated 05/04/2002 in the case of M. C. Mehta Vs Union of India and Ors on vehicular pollution in Delhi.

The problem of mining-induced displacement and resettlement (MIDR) poses major risks to societal sustainability. Unfortunately, no global survey has assessed the scale of MIDR.
Available evidence suggests that the problem is significant. Mining displaced 2.55 million people in India between 1950 and 1990. The likelihood that MIDR will be a significant issue