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Rat-Hole Coal Mining Ban in Meghalaya Hits Bangladesh

Coal mining ban in Meghalaya to continue

SHILLONG, Jan 29 - The National Green Tribunal (NGT) here today directed the continuation of the coal mining ban in Meghalaya. In another order, the tribunal said that unauthorised structures along the Wah Umkhrah and Umshyrpi streams in the state capital ... The Assam Tribune, 5 hours ago
NGT refuses to revoke Mlaya rat-hole mining ban Nagaland Post, 2 hours ago

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NGT asks Meghalaya government to submit report on coal mining

he National Green Tribunal today directed the Meghalaya government to submit a complete report adopted for the purpose of promoting scientific and permissible mining of coal which was banned since April last year. "In the next hearing, the state government is ...
 Business Standard11 hours ago

PTI - ARREST - Nine held for illegal mining in Meghalays

ARREST - Nine held for illegal mining in Meghalays Contributed by NAMPA / PTI. Shillong, Jan 28 (PTI) At least nine persons were arrested for allegedly violating the National Green Tribunal ban on mining and transportation of coal in ...
 Namibia Press Agency1 day ago Nine held for illegal mining in Meghalaya  Topnews.in1 day ago

Bangla brick kilns suffer

Brick kilns in neighbouring Bangladesh are suffering following a ban on coal mining in Meghalaya, Bangladeshi officials said here today. Speaking to the media on the sidelines of the first ever bilateral conference of deputy commissioners/district magistrates ...
 The Telegraph2 weeks ago Bangladesh brick kilns hit by ban on Meghalaya coal mining  Prokerala2 weeks ago Bdesh brick kilns affected by NGT ban on coal mining  Nagaland Post2 weeks ago 'Bangladesh brick kilns hit by ban on Meghalaya coal mining'  SME Times2 weeks ago

Coal mining hearing at month end

Meghalaya's coal mining issues will come up for hearing on January 29 and 30 here before a two-member Eastern Zone bench of the National Green Tribunal (NGT). The major issue, which will come up for hearing before the bench include the threat to life arising ...
 The Telegraph2 weeks ago Revive underground mining of coal  Hindu Business Line1 month ago

From cricket scam to iron ore mining?

Two accused in the Rs 113cr JKCA scam invested in Meghalaya mines
 DNA2 months ago

Austerity measures to curb expenditure

Shillong, Jan. 8: The Congress-led government in Meghalaya, which is facing a funds crunch, has resorted to 20 per cent cut on non-plan budget in every department as part of its austerity measures. Announcing this, additional chief secretary ...
 Calcutta Telegraph3 weeks ago Meghalaya government announces 25 % budget cut on all  NetIndia123.com1 month ago

Meghalaya releases Rs 2.5 cr for MCCL salary dues

Meghalaya government has released Rs 2.5 crore as part of pending salary for the employees of the troubled government-owned Mawmluh Cherra Cements Ltd, an official said. "The government has released about Rs 2.5 crore which is two months' salary ...
 The Echo Of India1 month ago Meghalaya govt releases Rs 2.5 crore for MCCL salary dues  Business Standard India1 month ago
DNA India

Pollution turns Megha rivers blue

Sonapyrdi 15 December: Two rivers flowing towards Bangladesh in eastern Meghalaya have turned blue apparently due to high acid content leading to demand from environment activists to take immediate action to check pollution. The colour of Lukha ...
 The Statesman1 month ago Meghalaya Rivers Turn Blue, Pollution Blamed  New Indian Express1 month ago Meghalaya Rivers Turn Blue Due To Acid Flow  Businessworld India1 month ago Meghalaya rivers turn blue: Officials blame pollution  Firstpost.com1 month ago
Outlook India

FLASHBACK 2014: Militancy, nature's fury pound Meghalaya

Flash floods and landslides in September claimed over 60 lives and damaged over Rs 1500 crore of property mostly in the West Garo Hills region. This was the worst natural calamity that struck the state in the past century. Chief Minister Mukul Sangma sought ...
 Jagran Post1 month ago Militancy, Nature's Fury Pound Meghalaya in 2014  Outlook India1 month ago
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