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Panel seeks more details on proposed N-plant in Haryana

A high-powered panel of the Environment Ministry has sought more details from Nuclear Power Corporation of India Ltd (NPCIL) for its proposed Rs 23,502 crore nuclear power plant in Haryana before initiating steps for according it green clearance.

Builders may have to include plan to save treated water

Developers proposing large housing projects may have to make a provision to direct the excess treated water from their housing colonies to maintain public spaces and gardens.


To get around MoEF norms,Kerala redefines 'high-rise'

Moreover,the building should have a fire station located within a 10-km radius,the guidelines say.

Railways’ steel wheel project hits environment roadblock

The Union environment ministry has deferred clearance to the proposed cast steel wheel project of the Indian Railways at Saran district of Bihar

No green signal by Ministry,Lavasa first phase comes to a halt

This means work on the 2,000-hectare,first phase will stop immediately.

MoEF picks holes in Kalpsar project

The Expert Appraisal Committee of the Union Ministry of Environment and Forests has raised several environmental and technical concerns over the Gujarat government’s proposed Kalpsar dam project on Gulf of Khambat and sought clarifications that sources said could delay the project.


Our project grounded,how can we commit Rs 3,000 cr to CSR: Posco

Its project hanging fire,South Korean steel giant Posco has objected to the Ministry of Environment and Forest’s (MoEF’s) recommendations.

Panel to examine green impact of Posco project

The Expert Appraisal Committee (EAC) is slated to meet to review approval given to the port.

Put ArcelorMittal mine proposal on hold: MoEF panel

The Expert Appraisal Committee (EAC) of the ministry of environment and forests (MoEF) has recommended against giving clearance to ArcelorMittal’s Karampada iron ore mines.

Now,MoEF targets Baalu’s distillery in Tamil Nadu

After taking on corporate giants for allegedly violating environmental laws,the ministry under the combative Jairam Ramesh has a new target.