The judgment and order dated 13-09-2022 of NGT in Anil Tharthare v. State of Maharashtra, Appeal No. 22 of 2016, cannot be construed to mean a blanket prohibition to consider the proposals of the projects governed by DCPR 2034 or UDCPR.
Supreme Court: In a case where the closure of a Common Bio-Medical Waste Treatment Facility was sought for want of Environmental Clearance
Supreme Court: In an appeal regarding the jurisdiction of National Green Tribunal’s (NGT) to pass an order to operate a unit without
Supreme Court: In a case where a Project Proponent had adhered to the applicable legal framework for Environmental Clearance (EC) during the
Adoption of segmentation of a project cannot be adopted as a strategy to avoid environmental clearance impact assessment.
Supreme Court: Dealing with the question whether the Parliament was competent to enact the National Highways Act, 1956 and the National Highway
Supreme Court: The 3-judge bench of AM Khanwilkar*, BR Gavai and Krishna Murari, JJ has held that it is not necessary for
Supreme Court: In the matter concerning the housing project, on the ground that the area in question falls within the catchment area
Supreme Court: In a case challenging the grant of an Environmental Clearance (EC) for the development of a greenfield international airport at
National Green Tribunal (NGT): A Division Bench comprising of Raghuvendra S. Rathore, Judicial Member and Satyawan Singh, Expert Member, emphasized the duty