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Environmental Clearance

Supreme Court allows 3 Ha...

In a huge relief to some...

NGT directs stoppage of B...

According to the order 8 applicants are seeking a direction to the respondents restraining them from the sand filling work of the river basin of Baitarani on the South Bank at the place where river Baitarani bifurcates as Old Baitarani and New Baitarani in the Bhadrak District of Odisha.

National Green Tribunal s...

The tribunal opined this in the application filed seeking quashing of the order of State of Haryana allowing manufacturers of formaldehyde, requiring prior Environmental Clearance (EC), to operate for six months without EC, subject to making application for EC within 60 days.

NGT Southern Zone puts en...

The National Green Tribu...

Essential to strike right...

The Supreme Court today has constituted a seven-member expert committee to develop a scientific and policy guidelines to govern policy decisions with respect to cutting of trees for developmental projects while stating it is essential to strike right balance between environmental conservation and sustainable development.

Supreme Court gives nod t...

The Supreme Court has given a green signal to the proposed project on NH45-A Villuppuram-Nagapattinam Highway while stating that there is no requirement for obtaining Environmental Clearances

Environment ministry exte...

The Ministry of Environment, Forests and Climate Change has amended the 2006 Environment Impact Assessment notification while taking into account the outbreak of Covid-19 epidemic.

Baghjan fire reveals oilf...

An NGT report exposed the fact that the oilfield in Assam is operating without mandatory environmental clearances. It also said that a blowout has been spewing gas for 160 days now, impacting 10 km of eco-sensitive land.

Central Vista Project: SC...

New Delhi: The Supreme C...

SC holds NHAI liable for ...

The Supreme Court has held the National Highways Authority of India liable for the death of a mother and daughter due to the collapse of a hill and the debris left on the highway on account of illegal mining.

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