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Order of the National Green Tribunal in the matter of M/S Athena Deme Power Ltd. Vs Union of India & Others dated 14/11/2015 regarding the 1750 MW Demwe Hydro Electric Project on river Lohit in Lohit District of State of Arunachal Pradesh.

Judgement of the National Green Tribunal (Principal Bench, New Delhi) in the matter of Bharat Jhunjhunwala Vs Union of India & Others dated 24/09/2015 regarding Vishnu Prayag Hydro Electric Project located on the upper reaches of River Alakananda in Uttarakhand.

The Applicant prays for restitution of the environmental damage resulting from this project and order payment of compensation to affected parties in accordance with the ‘Polluter Pays Principle’. In the alternative, he prayed to commission a study of this project on various aspects including cost benefit analysis.

The chances of work for setting up a soluble salt mining project at Darang in Mandi district have brightened with Hindustan Salt Limited (HSL) finally submitting its proposal for Rs 190 crore to th

EC comes after forest clearance from chief wildlife warden; three leases apply for consent from GSPCB

The notification issued by the environment ministry says that the general approval to hold forest land will not automatically confer the right to mine it

Calcutta: Coal India's production road map for 2019-20 may take a hit following the suggestions of an environment ministry panel, which said the miner should not be given clearances for one-time ca

An expert panel of the environment ministry has recommended forest clearance for three crucial hydro projects located in the Siang river basin, Arunachal Pradesh, that will collectively denude 200

More than 450 projects in various sectors are presently being considered by the government for environmental clearance while more than 200 are awaiting forest clearance, Lok Sabha was informed toda

Environment ministry clears 229 projects in a month, up from 217 in a quarter.

It would take nearly 91 years for the Chhattisgarh water resources department to achieve the ambitious target of irrigating 75 per cent of the gross sown area (GSA) given the pace with which it had