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Published on Dec 04, 2023 09:40 AM IST
By, Delhi

Haryana assembly committee recommends probe into grant of forest NOC to developer

The no-objection certificate was a part of the trail of illegalities that started with the allotment of 3.93 acres to the developer by the municipal corporation of Faridabad in the PLPA-notified area: CAG

The no objection certificate, according to the CAG report, was a part of the trail of illegalities that started with the allotment of 3.93 acres to the developer by the municipal corporation Faridabad (MCF) in the PLPA-notified area. (HT file photo)
Updated on Aug 30, 2023 03:17 PM IST

Omar criticised for neglecting environment as he shares photo of soil erosion

The National Conference vice-president pointed at government apathy and wilful ignorance as the reasons for allowing huge structures on unstable land on hillsides

Former Jammu and Kashmir chief minister Omar Abdullah. (HT File Photo)
Updated on Aug 16, 2023 10:43 PM IST
ByMir Ehsan, Srinagar

Residents fear soil erosion might affect 200-year-old temple in Belapur

“Any damage to the temple will have major repercussions because the temple has mass followers, and this structure carries historical importance. The temple has been in existence since the time of Maratha General Chimaji Appa,” said a resident of Nerul and devotee, Vijay Dhate

“For the past two years, the hill has witnessed massive excavation. As a result, the soil around the sides of the temple has loosened, leading to the fear of another landslide,” Mhatre said. “In 2018, I renovated the temple using my funds, but due to the digging work, the area has suffered a lot of damage. Even the stairways leading to the temple were destroyed.” (Bachchan Kumar/ HT PHOTO)
Updated on Jul 26, 2023 12:25 AM IST

Work on to mitigate after-effects of swollen Yamuna

With a population of over 3,500, one of the three duty magistrates deputed at the village, said that nearly 50 families have shifted with their essential belongings to other places for their relatives as the erosion nears the residential area

Makeshift embankments, made of sandbags and iron, built on the river bank in Tapu Kamalpur village of Yamunanagar. (HT Photo)
Updated on Jul 15, 2023 11:21 PM IST
ByBhavey Nagpal, Ambala
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