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India Thursday expressed displeasure with "some" developed countries for abandoning the greenhouse gas emission targets set by the 1997 Kyoto Protocol and asked the industrialised nations to ratify their pledge for the second commitment period of the
Breaking News Alert The Congress on Monday renewed its attack on Amit Shah, a close aide of Gujarat chief minister Narendra Modi and former minister of state for home, over allegations that the state police in 2009 illegally monitored the movement
The Indian team for Warsaw climate negotiations was pared down by the Centre to 13 members, less than half that had negotiated on behalf of the country in 2012, limiting the human resources that would be available over the next two weeks to
Notwithstanding warnings by a government body, Environment Ministry's disbursement for forest generation programmes has drastically come down since Jayanthi Natarajan took over. The ministry released only Rs 193.13 crore to the states in last
Environment Protection Act In the wake of Sunday's crude oil leak into the sea near here, the Ministry of Environment and Forests on Thursday ordered the Oil and Natural Gas Corporation to close down faulty pipelines in its plant at Uran off the city'
The Hindu Union Environment Minister Jayanthi Natarajan. File photo Environment Minister Jayanthi Natarajan on Thursday quashed a charge sheet the Haryana government filed against beleaguered whistleblower Sanjiv Chaturvedi, setting a precedent of
Govt next story Meet the `shark that can walk` on ocean bed! Govt Last Updated: Thursday, August 29, 2013, 20:51 New Delhi: The government today said 51 tiger deaths were reported from various states this year.
India is among the countries generating lowest quantity of e-waste from personal computers, the Rajya Sabha was informed Thursday. From E-waste to Resources', India with generation of less than 0.15 kg/capita/year of e-waste is amongst the countries
The National Green Tribunal (NGT) order of 5th August, 2013 in Original Application No.171 of 2013 restrains any person, company, authority to carry out any mining activity or removal of sand, from river beds anywhere in the country without
AP The government has not conducted studies so far to assess the adverse impact of the melting of glaciers in the Himalyan region. File Photo Glaciers in the Himalayan region are receding at varying rates in different areas, Environment Minister