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The National Green Tribunal has sought responses of the Centre and DMRC on a plea alleging that around 6.37 crore litres of water is lost every year due to the failure to implement rain water harve

The National Green Tribunal has ordered the constitution of an expert committee to inspect Sterlite Copper smelting unit in Tuticorin.

The National Green Tribunal has set aside a Goa Coastal Zone Management Authority order which had held that Vedanta Group firm and iron-ore miner Sesa Goa had illegally expanded its jetties set up

The NGT passed the order on April 2 after Kerala submitted that non-finalisation of the Gadgil panel report is affecting the state's commercial activities and development

The National Green Tribunal has asked the Ministry of Environment and Forests (MoEF) to take expeditious steps to finalise the report of Gadgil Committee or any "other panel" set up to study the environmental sensitivity and ecological significance of the Western Ghats.

The National Green Tribunal (NGT), Southern Bench, on Monday refused to entertain a plea from the Pallavaram Municipality to allow it to dump garbage in the Pallavaram ‘Periya Eri’ till the establishment of a solid waste management facility at an alternative site is completed.

The bench ordered the filing of a status report on the alternative arrangements being made by the authority to consider any action in the issue.
When the matter came up for hearing before the bench of judicial member Justice M Chockalingam and expert member Prof R Nagendran, N R Chandran, senior counsel representing the municipality, said that consent had been obtained to establish a solid waste management facility at a site in Venkatamangalam.

New Delhi: The National Green Tribunal on Tuesday issued a bailable warrant against the chief executive engineer of PWD for failing to appear in the court despite several notices in a case of illeg

NGT pulls up District Collector for not filing his counter

The Tamil Nadu Pollution Control Board (TNPCB) on Tuesday submitted before the National Green Tribunal, Southern Bench, here that Sterlite Industries’ copper smelter plant was not fit for operation and should not be permitted to commence operations in view of numerous incidents of excessive emissions sulphur-dioxide.

New Delhi: Taking cognizance of serious environmental pollution resulting from rampant burning of plastic and leather materials, the National Green Tribunal has ordered the Delhi Police commissioner to prohibit these activities in and around Mundka and Tikri Kalan in west district.

The principal bench of the tribunal headed by chairperson Justice Swatanter Kumar passed these orders during the hearing of two separate cases related to environmental pollution. Delhi High Court had earlier transferred both the cases — filed by city residents Satish Kumar and Mahavir Singh — to the green tribunal for adjudication.

New Delhi: The national green tribunal has set up a committee, headed by the secretary of the environment department, to look into the issues of the Mayapuri scrap market where a radioactive leak i

The stay prevents civic body from carrying out works till April 30.