The Competition Appellate Tribunal (COMPAT) has asked 11 cement companies, which were together asked to pay a penalty of Rs 6,000 crore by the Competition Commission of India in June 2012, to pay Rs 630 crore or as penalties within the next four ... NDTV Profit, 8 hours ago
Compat stays cartelisation penalty, firms asked to deposit 10% - Livemint.com, 9 hours ago
Cutting 'cartels': 11 cement firms asked to pay Rs 630cr - Governance Now, 11 hours ago
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Lahore, May 18 : A Pakistani inquiry tribunal, which is investigating the death of Indian prisoner Sarabjit Singh, has urged public at large having information on the matter to file written submissions with relevant documents within seven days, ...NewKerala.com, 8 hours ago Sarabjit death probe: LHC tribunal may visit India DAWN Group, 13 hours ago LHC judge may visit India to probe Sarabjit killing Daily Times, 16 hours ago Sarabjit death probe: Pak judge calls for leads online Rediff.com, 5 hours ago
Allowing the appeal of Delhi government against the Central Administrative Tribunals (CAT) order, a bench of justices B D Ahmed and Siddharth Mridul set aside the Tribunals order in which the Home Ministry was directed to restore the four years of ...Express India, 2 hours ago CAT order on senior cop posting stayed Times of India, 3 days ago High Court stays CAT order on transfer of Kamal Pant Deccan Herald, 3 days ago Court stays CAT order on Bhaskar Rao posting The Hindu, 3 days ago
A water purifying plant at Seith Nagar, in Egmore, which was shut down by the Green Tribunal, in Chennai on Friday | Martin Louis Making it clear that it was not against industries and was only concerned about the implementation of environmental ...New Indian Express, 12 hours ago Inspect closed water units: green tribunal The Hindu, 17 hours ago Green panel asks PCB to conduct water purity tests Times of India, 1 day ago Sterlite fallout: Green Tribunal wants emission data of all units in industrial estate Business Line, 1 month ago
The case before the National Green Tribunal (NGT) on the drinking water packaging units has brought back the focus on a law that has not seen implementation for over 10 years now. Officials at the Tamil Nadu Pollution Control Board (TNPCB), who were ...New Indian Express, 11 hours ago Green committee to decide groundwater extraction limit Times of India, 2 weeks ago
The national green tribunal has set a deadline of July 12 for civic agencies to take action in the matter of tiling and concretization around trees in Delhi. A five member Bench headed by NGT chairperson Swatanter Kumar warned the agencies that if orders were ...Times of India, 17 hours ago Free all trees of concrete by July 12 or face action Hindustan Times, 21 hours ago Green tribunal orders de-concretisation of trees in Delhi The Hindu, 3 weeks ago Trees choke despite concrete rules Deccan Herald, 1 week ago
The National Green Tribunal on Friday pulled up a PWD official for lying toIndian Express, 14 hours ago PWD rapped for false claims on tree felling Times of India, 17 hours ago
Heeding a petition filed by an NRI of Goan origin, the National Green Tribunal (NGT) has directed the Ministry of Environment and Forests (MoEF) to consider constituting small/inquiry committees headed by a retired judge or mamlatdar or officer of the ...Times of India, 18 hours ago Government told to settle forest rights in 6 months Times of India, 2 days ago National Green Tribunal to MoEF: Decide on Goa ECs in 3 months Times of India, 1 week ago Pune's green tribunal bench will function in 3 months Times of India, 1 week ago
The National Green Tribunal on Friday tore into Delhis public works department for presenting wrong facts regarding the road-widening project in Vasant Kunj. Darpan Singh reports.Hindustan Times, 21 hours ago Vasant Kunj project: Green tribunal lashes out at PWD Hindustan Times, 5 hours ago Green-tribunal-extends-stay-on-widening-of-road-in-Vasant-Kunj Hindustan Times, 2 weeks ago Vasant Kunj tree felling: Tribunal issues warrant against PWD engineer Times of India, 1 month ago
Tribune News Service New Delhi, May 17 As part of the clean-up exercise in distribution of petroleum products, cooking gas supplies to households having unverified multiple connections will stop from June 1. Oil companies have been directed to stop ...Chandigarh Tribune, 14 hours ago
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