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Let-local-bodies-give-green-nod-for-mega-building-projects:-State
Mar 02, 2015
MUMBAI: In a move aimed at easing the path for major building projects, the state environment department has suggested doing away with mandatory eco-clearances
MoEF-to-decide-fate-of-homebuyers-near-Okhla-Bird-Sanctuary-soon
Jan 15, 2015
NEW DELHI: More than 30,000 apartment buyers in Noida could finally get possession of their homes
Centre reduces green zone, hope for Okhla home buyers
Oct 16, 2014
In a partial relief to about 30,000 home buyers, the environment ministry has issued a draft notification earmarking 100 metres to 1.27 km from the Okhla Bird Sanctuary as an eco-sensitive zone
Reduced Okhla eco-zone plan put up for comments
Oct 15, 2014
The environment ministry on Tuesday invited comments to a draft notification that proposes a reduced eco-sensitive zone (ESZ) around the Okhla Bird Sanctuary
Green norms for commercial projects to be relaxed
Sep 23, 2014
The Union environment ministry is set to ease clearance norms for townships and building and construction projects in or close to wildlife sanctuaries, national parks and eco-sensitive zones
Environment dept okays KDA projects
Sep 17, 2014
Environment department has given green signal to Kanpur Development Authority (KDA) projects for the construction of 1,708 flats at three places in the city
Relief on cards for Noida home buyers as govt decides to re-designate eco-sensitive zone
Sep 09, 2014
Relief is in sight for more than 30,000 apartment owners in Noida as the government has decided to re-designate the eco-sensitive zone around the Okhla bird Sanctuary, bringing it down to 100 metres on three sides where several real-estate projects were impacted because of a green tribunal's order
MoEF Pushes States to Set up Land Banks to Expedite Green Clearances
Sep 06, 2014
To minimise the delay in granting clearance to forest diversion proposals for infrastructure projects, the Ministry of Environment and Forests (MoEF) has issued an advisory to all the states asking them to set up a land bank of degraded, non-degraded and non-forest land so that projects are not held up on account of the search for non-forest land to carry out compensatory afforestation
Over 45,000 acres forest land for capital?
Sep 04, 2014
In some good news for Chandrababu Naidu, the Andhra Pradesh government has been told by its revenue department that more than 45,000 acres of degraded forest land, largely encroached by locals and small industrial units, are available in the surroundings of Vijayawada for building the new capital
Marble shops in residential areas: National Green Tribunal seeks Centre's response
Aug 27, 2013
DELHI: The National Green Tribunal has sought the response of the Centre and Delhi government on a plea seeking removal of sand and marble shops set up in residential areas of the city in violation of green norms.

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