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The Pressing Issues That Nitish Kumar Needs To Address As Priority In His Fifth Term

Now that the Bihar assembly election 2020 is over and for the first time a BJP led government has assumed …

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Book Extract : The RSS – And The Making Of The Deep Nation By Dinesh Narayanan

Chapter 3 :  The God Of Power The summer of 1983 in India was rather somnolent until it was enlivened …

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Over 1300 acres of Protected Area, Ecologically Sensitive areas, Tiger Habitats diverted by National Board for Wildlife in July

Following the trend of the past meetings, the Standing Committee of the National Board for Wildlife headed by Environment and …

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Mangrove Destruction In Andhra Coast: NGT Directs Expert Committee To Consider Compensating Fisher Folks

In a significant order, the National Green Tribunal, Chennai the Petition filed by traditional fisher folk communities raising serious concerns …

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NGT Constitutes A Committee To Inquire Into illegality In Mining Operation In North Karanpura, Jharkhand

In a significant decision, the eastern zone bench of the National Green Tribunal , has sought the response of Central …

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NGT Seeks An Action Taken Report Against illegal Construction Of Paramilitary Camp On Aravallis in Gurugram

The NGT  has sought an action take report from the Principal Chief Conservator of Forests (HoFF), Haryana (‘PCCF’) after finding …

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NGT Appoints Committee To Inquire Into Ash Pond Breach In Bokaro

The NGT has issued notice to the Damodar Valley Corporation (DVC), Pollution Control Board and others in a matter regarding …

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NGT Finds Jindal Steel & Power Ltd (JSPL), Coal India Ltd (CIL) Guilty Of illegal Mining, Pollution, Imposes Rs 160 Crores Cost For Damaging Environment

In a landmark decision, the Principal Bench of the National Green Tribunal comprising of Justice Adarsh Kumar Goel in Judgment …

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Rohingya Camps In Bangladesh Vulnerable To Devastating Covid-19 Outbreak

Amid the rows of tin-shed houses and bamboo fences that make up the Rohingya camps in Bangladesh’s coastal district of …

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Five Takeaways From The UN’s Proposals To Protect Biodiversity

A campaigner informs a pedestrian about extinction level threats [image by: kthtrnr/Flickr]

Dubbed by some the “other COP”, UN negotiations over revised biodiversity targets and a new international framework for nature restoration …

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