coal mining in dehing patkai wildlife sanctuary: the,although the ongoing controversy is regarding coal mining in and around saleki proposed reserved forest, environmentalists say that the entire area was originally an elephant habitat. guwahati-based environmentalist, moloy baruah, says that the demarcation of dehing patkai wildlife sanctuary was constricted due to several vested interests as several surrounding forest areas were excluded.will coal mining in dehing patkai be stopped?,the gauhati high court has taken up a suo moto case against the coal mining issue in dehing patkai wildlife sanctuary on thursday. chief justice ajay lamba and justice soumitra saikia stated that the sou moto pil has been taken against the issue while they were hearing two pils on the mining which has been termed illegal..
a public interest litigation has been filed at the gauhati high court against the centre's preliminary approval to coal india for mining inside dehing patkai forest, stating that it violates right to life guaranteed under article 21 of the constitution.
guwahati: a public interest litigation has been filed at the gauhati high court against the centre’s preliminary approval to coal india for mining inside dehing patkai forest, stating that it violates right to life guaranteed under article 21 of the constitution.
ht bureau. guwahati, july 18: chief minister sarbananda sonowal has constituted a one-man judicial panel to probe the illegal coal mining at the dehing-patkai wildlife sanctuary, a cmo release said here on saturday. the panel led by retired justice brajendra prasad kataki of gauhati high court will probe into the coal mining in the sanctuary since 2003.
‘dehing patkai wildlife sanctuary is far away from the area under controversy’ ht bureau. guwahati, may 30: in a bid to pacify ongoing outrage against coal mining inside dehing patkai forest, the state environment and forest minister parimal suklabaidya on saturday said the state government will not allow opencast mining by destroying forest resources of the state.
a correspondent. shillong: the meghalaya government on tuesday has sought time from the ngt committee on coal mining to make a policy decision on issues of auctioning and transportation of coal as per the direction of the supreme court. during the ngt panel meet which was held in the city, the government asked the justice (retired) bp katakey led-committee to give a month’s
coal mining in north eastern coal mines of meghalaya, india (swer and singh 2004). based on a study in the nokrek biosphere reserve in meghalaya, india, it is revealed that coal mining has adversely affected the veg-etation and the density of trees, shrubs and herbs in mined areas (sarma and barik 2011).
northeast india has a good deposit of sub-bituminous tertiary coal. the northeast indian coals have unusual physico-chemical characteristics such as high sulfur, volatile matter and vitrinite content, and low ash content. in addition, many environmental sensitive organic and mineral bound elements such as fe, mg, bi, al, v, cu, cd, ni, pb, and mn etc. remain enriched in these coals. such
a senior advocate of the supreme court named colin gonsalves on friday argued before the apex court that all illegally mined coal in meghalaya should be handed over to coal india limited at its depot in guwahati.. during a hearing on a petition to lift the ban on coal mining in meghalaya, gonsalves referred to the kropha committee report on the availability of coal in the state after the coal
the objective behind introducing commercial mining of coal is the increasing availability of coal as it accounts for more than three-quarters of india's energy mix and about 60 per cent of its electricity mix. opening the coal sector by allocating new coal blocks for major consumers of power, steel and cement had the same objective.
in the early 1970s, as the steel and chemical industries developed outside guwahati, assam’s capital, wealthier farming families began to dig deeper to mine seams of coal beneath their land. by the 1980s many more large and deep box mines, and innumerable long tunnels, known as rat holes, formed three distinct coal mining districts — the
guwahati: fifteen coal miners are still trapped in meghalaya and are yet to be rescued from the east jaintia hills.. a citizens’ report prepared by a group of 22 activists revealed that the meghalaya government was complicit in helping the miners extract and transport coal.
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a two-member division bench of the gauhati high court had issued notices to the centre, assam government and others last week while taking up a suo motu case (on its own motion) against a proposed move to allow coal mining in assam’s dehing patkai rainforest. the bench,
guwahati, may 30: brushing aside allegations of the existence of coal syndicates and illegal rat-hole coal mining, the assam government on saturday said that
justice bp katakey, retired judge of gauhati high court, will conduct the probe. the inquiry panel would “investigate the allegations against coal mining in the sanctuary since 2003”, a statement issued from cmo said on saturday. the panel is required to submit its report within six months.
guwahati: a public interest litigation has been filed at the gauhati high court against the centre's preliminary approval to coal india for mining inside dehing patkai forest, stating that it violates right to life guaranteed under article 21 of the constitution.the pil was filed by mrinmoy khataniar and amar jyoti deka on may 26, but it is yet to be listed for hearing, the e-courts services
the gauhati high court on thursday asked the centre, the assam government, coal india limited and other parties to respond after taking up a suo motu case against illegal coal mining
coal mining is reportedly carried out both legally and illegally in the region, which falls under the digboi forest division in eastern assam bordering the state of arunachal pradesh.
assam orders judicial probe into illegal coal mining in dehing patkai a release from the chief minister’s office on saturday said that the committee — headed by brajendra prasad katakey, a retired justice of the gauhati high court —would “investigate the allegations against coal mining in the sanctuary since 2003”.
borthakur and rajkhowa’s application pointed out that the gauhati high court is already seized with the issue of illegal coal mining in tinsukia district and coal india, state government and others are parties in the suo motu case registered in 2018.
the gauhati high court on thursday issued notices to the centre, state, coal india and other stakeholders after taking up a suo motu case against coal mining in the dehing patkai forest.
gauhati high court has asked the sarbanda sonowal-led assam government to file an affidavit by august 3 about the inquiry it had ordered into allegations of illegal mining
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