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Judgement of the National Green Tribunal in the matter of Hira Singh Markam & Others Vs Ministry of Environment, Forest and Climate Change & Others dated 14/09/2018. In this Appeal filed on 10.11.2014, the applicant has challenged the order of Forest Clearance granted by the State of Chattisgarh on 23.05.2014 for the diversion of 83.12 ha. of additional forest land in East Bhanupratappur forest division for the non-forest purpose under Section 2 of the Forest (Conservation) Act. 1980 for construction of the Phase I of the Dalli-Rajhara –Rawghat Railway Line.

Order of the National Green Tribunal in the matter of Court on its own motion Vs. State of Himachal Pradesh & Others dated 20/08/2018 regarding construction of ‘Palchan–Rohtang’ Ropeway. NGT questions why forest clearance has not been granted inspite the Court's directions.

Court expresses its unhappiness at the progress of compliance of directions of NGT and directs the Secretary, Forest Department and Secretary Urban Development of the Government of Himachal Pradesh to remain present on the next date to explain their stand.

Order of the Supreme Court of India in the matter of Common Cause Vs Union of India & Others dated 24/07/2018 regarding violation of environmenal and forest clearances and resultant compensation. The report submitted by CEC dated 17/01/2018 states that the compensation assessed in terms of the judgment and order passed by the Supreme Court works out to Rs.17417.99 crores for violation of the environmental clearance and an amount of Rs.1756.39 crores for violation of the forest clearance.

The National Green Tribunal (NGT) on Tuesday started hearing afresh a plea challenging the legality of Karnataka government's Yetttinhole project for utilisation of 24 tmcft of water from Netravath

Adani Group to develop it at Mundra

A plea alleging destruction of mangroves by the Deen Dayal Port Trust in Gujarat's Kutch district has prompted the National Green Tribunal to seek responses from the Centre and the state government

Road and railway projects cutting through eco-sensitive forests are unnecessary, they say

The North India’s only natural rock salt mines at Drang in Mandi district of Himachal Pradesh would become operational on Monday, six year after it was closed due to lack environment clearance and

Two months after the National Green Tribunal (NGT) suspended forest clearance for the 1750-MW Demwe Lower hydroelectric project in Lohit district, Arunachal Pradesh, the National Board for Wildlife

The Odisha government had assessed mining violations within the state on different parameters - violations of environment and forest clearance, mining beyond designated areas, and excess mining wit

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