India has made it clear that it will not support a global climate change regime that simply links commitment to reduce carbon emissions to a country's financial resources.
The environment ministry has changed forest clearance norms for mining projects to make them simpler and discourage firms from acquiring excess land.
Ramesh Wants Toilets in All Schools by Mar 2013
Approaches Sibal for a dedicated fund of . 12,000 for every school per yr
URMI A GOSWAMI NEW DELHI
Dim prospects for international finance makes imperative to rework Plan on climate change
Two faces known for supporting mining & hydel power inducted in Forest Advisory Committee
The Centre has decided to put on hold its plans to move ahead with a legislation that would change the way land records are made, kept and used.
Government should consider a freeze on mining in Naxal-hit areas, tribal affairs minister V Kishore Chandra Deo has said.
Q&A JAIRAM RAMESH RURAL DEVELOPMENT MINISTER
After the differences at Durban over carbon reduction, India has an opportunity to mend fences with the least developed countries.
Civil aviation ministers from about 20 countries to discuss issue in Moscow this week.
Epidemiological study on effect of air pollution on human health (adults) in Delhi
How green is green?
Doha: inaction in the face of urgency
Coal mines to get automatic nod for first expansion