“Different exit polls have come but they are not exact polls. In less than 24 hours, we will know the exact poll. We should wait for it,” BJP leader Parkash Javadekar told reporters.
He added that directions will be issued, under Section 18 of the Air Act, to “bring in accountability” to improve the air quality in Delhi and NCR.
Step to help government reduce carbon emissions by 35 per cent by 2030.
Javadekar alleged that Young India “took a loan from a firm involved in black money deals” and questioned the manner of its acquisition of Associated Journals, which owns expensive real estate in many cities.
Environment Minister Prakash Javadekar said on Tuesday that a “performance-based” rating system would work as an incentive for the NGOs.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi will perform the bhoomi pujan of Ambedkar memorial at Indu Mills compound on October 11.
Javadekar, praising the initiative by the citizens of NIBM, said that every city should emulate the example of Anandvan.
Javadekar also said Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s charisma has not dwindled and that the party will capture Bihar under his leadership.
India will submit its INDCs in Bonn on October 1 and will declare it in New Delhi, just in time for the deadline for nations to submit their commitments and coinciding with Gandhi’s anniversary.
The government has issued a fresh draft notification to demarcate eco-sensitive zones in the Western Ghats without altering the areas included in the proposed zones in an earlier draft notification. A fresh draft notification had become necessary because the 545-day deadline specified in the previous draft notification for completion of the process of delinating the eco-sensitive […]
The idea was first discussed between Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan and Prime Minister Narendra Modi at the Global Investors Summit in Indore last year.
Ashok Lavasa’s order also said the “subject matter of the meeting should be clearly mentioned” and “the agenda should be circulated well in advance”.
Javadekar said after much prodding from the Centre, the state governments had put forward 445 proposals for demarcation of ESZs around protected areas.
New entrants to the Forest Service want this rule changed. They say it is no longer relevant, and is in fact harming the service.
The Indian Express had reported last week that Gadkari had agreed to implement the measures.