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When the matter came up, the government counsel submitted that the contractor was informed but he has failed to appear before the court.
Plagued by natuaral and man-made calamities, Kashmir's bat manufacturers fighting to keep their traditional industry running. Vishnu Prasad narrates the tale of the Kashmir blade...
Data about all forms of pests and diseases are fed into the system using artificial intelligence and the drone will help identify the problem.
A bench headed by Justice T S Sivagnanam gave the directive when the batch of writ petitions challenging the Chennai-Salem 8-way corridor came up for further hearing on Wednesday.
Almost 90 per cent of cricket bats in India are made from Kashmir willow, according to manufacturers in the valley.
With around 7,400 trees in the park, activists said that advertisements and number plates on trees can prove to be harmful, especially after they are removed.
A scientific approach is being made to the traditional areca nut tree climbing and picking of nuts.
MDMA, a party drug commonly known as ecstasy, safrole oil is the main ingredient and it is extracted from Sassafras tree.
The project will not only involve felling of trees on a massive scale but also impact two protected areas, two elephant corridors and wildlife in an eco-sensitive zone.
The judges raised concern over felling of 109 trees which were 30 meters away from the alignment of the proposed Chennai-Salem highway.
Even as activists are aghast at the felling of palm trees, Minister OS Manian defended the officials saying palm trees, which are considered.
Nearly 100 trees cut to stop erosion along banks of Kollidam damaged by floods; officials say lives more important.
Three organisations came together to record the impact on biodiversity if BDA cuts trees in its Indiranagar complex for a redevelopment project; BBMP says plan is not yet final.
Speaking to reporters on Thursday, he said, “Palm tree is our State tree. It has various uses and commercial values.
The World Vegetable Centre (WorldVeg for short) has been conducting research and development to improve home gardens for over 30 years in South Asia.