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60 buried trees found during dig at rail body site in Dwarka: Delhi forest dept

In a report prepared after excavation on day one, the forest department said the ‘live’ trees found are mostly sheesham and desi kikar, which could be rehabilitated by taking suitable steps.
The forest department had in January received complaints of trees being felled in the area without permission. (Sourced)
The forest department had in January received complaints of trees being felled in the area without permission. (Sourced)
Updated on May 29, 2022 03:11 AM IST
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Delhi losing its trees due to lack of census, violation of rules

The trees may not be marked in building plans approved by the corporations -- which means many of them can be cut down, usually without permission.
Delhi losing its trees due to lack of census, violation of rules
Delhi losing its trees due to lack of census, violation of rules
Published on Dec 09, 2021 12:08 AM IST
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By, Hindustan Times, New Delhi

Supreme Court stays felling of 11,000 tress on Doon Expressway till November 26

  • The upcoming six-lane Delhi-Dehradun Economic Corridor will reduce the travel time from 6 hours to 2.5 hours.
Supreme Court of India (HT File photo)
Supreme Court of India (HT File photo)
Published on Nov 16, 2021 11:04 PM IST
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ANI | , Dehradun

Mullaperiyar dam: Kerala govt revokes order on tree felling

The issue came to light after Stalin sent a letter to Kerala chief minister Pinarayi Vijayan on Saturday thanking him for permission to cut trees near the baby dam in Mullaperiyar reservoir.
Water resources minister Roshy Augustine, hailing from Idukki, where the Mullaperiyar dam is situated, also said he was unaware of the permission granted to Tamil Nadu. (HT File)
Water resources minister Roshy Augustine, hailing from Idukki, where the Mullaperiyar dam is situated, also said he was unaware of the permission granted to Tamil Nadu. (HT File)
Updated on Nov 08, 2021 04:27 AM IST
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By, Hindustan Times, New Delhi

Cutting trees for building roads and buildings is not sustainable

City planners should keep the pedestrians, not cars, at the centre of road infrastructure.
The dimishing green cover in Gurugram has many implications — including increased pollution and lack of protection from heat as well as water scarcity — for the residents.(HT File Photo)
The dimishing green cover in Gurugram has many implications — including increased pollution and lack of protection from heat as well as water scarcity — for the residents.(HT File Photo)
Updated on Feb 28, 2019 03:37 PM IST
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