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Four new sewage treatment plants for Sangam City
Construction of four new sewage treatment plant is underway at Naini, Numaya Dahi, Ponghat and Kodra areas. A total of Rs 305 crore would be released under the NGRBA.


 
Lioness dies of snake-bite at Gir sanctuary
A seven-year-old lioness has died due to a snake-bite at the Sayna Vasiya village in the Una range of the Gir National Park.


 
A year on, green tribunal remains a paper tiger
The National Green Tribunal (NGT) came into existence a year ago, but it is yet to become functional. Now, the Supreme Court has become the main driver pushing the environment ministry to get it going.


 
Rampant shark fishing upsets biologists
The news of six large sharks caught in a trawler's fishing net off Mumbai's coast on Wednesday has worried marine biologists.


 
Posco matter in Orissa government's court: Ramesh
Rejecting the ruling BJD's allegation of discrimination against Orissa, Union environment minister Jairam Ramesh on Friday said the matter relating to Posco steel project was in the "state government's court."


 
Forest babus, Jairam in bamboo war
The forest bureaucracy has taken on environment minister Jairam Ramesh and Maharashtra chief minister Prithviraj Chahavan to defend its turf.


 
Chameleon, baby crocodiles found at Mexican airport
Two baby crocodiles and a chameleon were found hidden in crates during a routine baggage inspection conducted by federal law enforcement agents at the Mexico City airport, authorities said.


 
World Earth Day 2011 organizers call for 'a billion acts of green'
The annual effort to raise public awareness about the environment and inspire actions to clean it up marks its 41st anniversary on Friday, coinciding with the Christian Good Friday and Judaism's celebration of Passover.


 
Haryana forest scam: MoEF indicts politicians and senior officers
An inquiry report of the environment ministry indicted senior officers and politicians of the Haryana government for corruption and violation of laws.


 
Victims to pay for demanding compensation from polluters
If you are seeking compensation or damages from an industry for polluting, be ready to pay up too. The environment ministry has now made it mandatory for the victims to shell out 1% of the amount they are claiming as compensation as 'fee' to the newly set up National Green Tribunal.


 
 
     
 
 
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