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CBI starts new inquiry against Jindal Steel for forest land diversion
Fri, Oct 24 2014. 11 11 PM

CBI starts new inquiry against Jindal Steel for forest land diversion

Nearly 512.43 hectares of ecologically-sensitive Saranda forest in West Singhbhum district of Jharkhand were diverted for Ghatkuri iron ore mining lease project in favour of JSPL
Environment ministry panel clears Ambedkar memorial plan in Lutyens’ Delhi
Wed, Oct 22 2014. 09 02 PM

Environment ministry panel clears Ambedkar memorial plan in Lutyens’ Delhi

Social justice ministry is planning to construct the Dr Ambedkar International Centre at an estimated cost of Rs.195 crore
Eco Femme | Cut from a different cloth
Mon, Oct 20 2014. 04 53 PM

Eco Femme | Cut from a different cloth

This Auroville-based company makes reusable sanitary napkins from cloth which are both environment-friendly and cheaper
South Asia Forum for Environment: Two in one
Mon, Oct 20 2014. 12 07 PM

South Asia Forum for Environment: Two in one

Just safe drinking water or clean toilets for urban slums is not enough. The need is sustainable, self-reliant sanitation
Supreme Court’s off the cuffs remarks hurts govt: Javadekar
Sun, Oct 19 2014. 09 22 AM

Supreme Court’s off the cuffs remarks hurts govt: Javadekar

The minister insisted the 3 pillars of democracy should work in a balanced manner to solve all problems related to people of the country
Effluent flow into Ganga needs to be strictly monitored: SC
Fri, Oct 17 2014. 08 58 AM

Effluent flow into Ganga needs to be strictly monitored: SC

SC asks CPCB to inform it about action taken against over 200 industries found to have polluted the Ganga
Diversify the economy, boost biodiversity
Tue, Oct 14 2014. 01 15 AM

Diversify the economy, boost biodiversity

Following environmental laws is one way to ensure that development is conducted with care
Icra says corporate credit ratio improving
Mon, Oct 13 2014. 09 17 PM

Icra says corporate credit ratio improving

Operating environment for corporate sector likely to be less challenging during FY15 than it had been in previous year, Icra says
India signs the Minamata Convention
Mon, Oct 13 2014. 01 08 AM

India signs the Minamata Convention

Given their inevitable expansion over the next decade, it is imperative that India establish and enforce mercury emission standards for coal-fired power plants
As data, regulation fall short, no checks on antibiotics in poultry
Wed, Oct 08 2014. 11 40 PM

As data, regulation fall short, no checks on antibiotics in poultry

Low levels of drugs that remain in human body make bacteria resistant to them, leading to ineffective treatment

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