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1.CIL moves court against closure order on 22 mines

Bharat Coking Coal Ltd a wholly-owned subsidiary of Coal India Ltd (CIL) has moved the Jharkhand High Court challenging an order by the State Pollution Control Board to close down 22 coal mines

2.Green Bricks

India is the only developing country in the world that produces bricks by hand while the rest of the world uses clay processing machinery.

3.Each project is a palace built for the customer, who is the king

With a dictum to provide an unprecedented superior lifestyle for clients, Adarsh Group has developed properties spread over 5 million sq ft to date.

4.Locals seek cancellation of green nod for Jaitapur project

Locals at Jaitapur in Maharashtra urged the National Green Tribunal to cancel the environmental clearance for the 10,000 MW nuclear power project proposed in the area alleging inconsistencies in the approval process.

5.OSPCB likely to take action against Nalco

National Aluminium Company (Nalco) is likely to face stern action from the Orissa State Pollution Control Board (OSPCB) if it fails to meet the February-end deadline set by the company for coming out with an alternative ash pond for dumping its fly ash.

6.State to revive foundry cluster project

The state government is planning to revive the foun­dry cluster project at Dobbspet near Bengaluru over the next six months.

7.PPCB to act against erring steel cos

Punjab Pollution Control Board (PPCB) warned that action would be taken against steel companies that violate water and air pollution norms in the state.

8.Goa pollution board revokes MPT's coal-handling permit

The Goa State Pollution Control Board has revoked the permission granted to Mormugao Port Trust (MPT) to handle coal at its two berths.

9.Board urges civic body to implement rules

The Tamil Nadu Pollution Control Board asked Coimbatore Corporation and district administration to implement Municipal Solid Waste Management Rules effec

10.PCMC to meet top officials of MPCB on housing project

Reports indicate that Pimpri Chinchwad Municipal Corporation (PCMC) may meet the higher authorities of the Maharashtra Pollution Control Board (MPCB) in Mumbai regarding a dispute over a Basic Services for Urban Poor (BSUP) housing project in Sector-22 of Nigdi. The local MPCB office charged the civic body of violating environment regulation while implementing the proje

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