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Anil Dave, Chandra Bhushan awarded UN Environment 'ozone award' for contributions to Montreal Protocol
Late Union Environment Minister Anil Dave and CSE Deputy Director Chandra Bhushan have been conferred with awards by the United Nations Environment
Parliament's Monsoon Session begins: Rajya Sabha pays tribute to departed members, adjourns until Tuesday
The Rajya Sabha was adjourned for the day after the monsoon session of Parliament began on Monday.
Union minister Harsh Vardhan on Monday took over the charge of the environment ministry that fell vacant after the death of Anil Madhav Dave.
Chhattisgarh Chief Minister Raman Singh announced that a developed forest zone in Durg district will be named after the late minister Anil Madhav Dave
The mortal remains of Environment Minister Anil Madhav Dave were consigned to flames on the banks of the river Narmada at Bandrabhan in Madhya Pradesh's Hoshangabad district on Friday, with full state honours
Anil Madhav Dave dies at 60: All-round environmentalist who worked for Narmada's conservation throughout his life
The Narmada river, considered the lifeline of Madhya Pradesh, was the chief focus of Dave, union minister of state for environment, who passed away in New Delhi on Thursday at the age of 60
Union minister Anil Dave on Wednesday met a six-member delegation representing those protesting against the approval given for commercial use of genetically modified mustard by the crop regulator.
Union Environment Minister Anil Dave rejected the State of Global Air report 2017 report stating that a "proud nation" always believes in its own data
In an attempt to find a possible solution for the toxic air pollution in Delhi, the Environment Ministry held a meeting on Monday and Minister of State for Environment, Forest and Climate Change recognised dust as one of the major reasons for the pollution.
After the Kodaikanal Won't song went viral, Unilever's CEO tweeted that he wanted 'facts, not false emotions'. Sofia Ashraf serves him the facts in response
The Centre on Tuesday said it has not allowed culling of any species posing a threat to farmers, but said wild boar, nilgai and monkeys have been placed in Schedule V of the Wild Life Protection Act that allows people to drive them away in specific areas.
The election affidavits of the Rajya Sabha nominees from Madhya Pradesh show great disparity in assets.