It’s going to take a lot more than dedicated officers and conservation groups to save India’s wildlife.
Forest Rights Act: Why are Chhattisgarh tribals up in arms over non-implementation of legislation, Centre's new conservation policy?
Even a written assurance may not hold good in a region where informed consent is a remote concept and the tribes can be plucked out of the forest and dumped just about anywhere
The rule of law over sanction to construct buildings has "completely broken down" in Delhi, the Supreme Court said on Thursday, expressing concern over rampant illegal constructions in the national capital
Conflict with wild animals, mostly elephants and tigers, has killed more than 1,100 people across India in the past three years (2014-17).
Wetlands are the natural kidneys of our planet, and in India, they deserve much more than what the Draft Wetlands Rules 2016 propose
Boon for construction sector: New building bye-laws to do away with multiple approvals via single-window clearance
The new bye-laws outline a structural framework for single window integrated building plan approval process
Delhi's experiment with odd-even car days was a "short-term solution" but the union government was putting in place steps which would result in a permanent solution on the rising level of air pollution, says a senior minister.