Indian steel companies are getting away with causing grave damage to the environment.
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Hunters in the Upper Midwest are gearing up for the region's first-ever wolf-hunting season this fall, the latest sign of the comeback of an apex predator on the verge of being wiped out in the U.S
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After drawing international acclaim, Indonesia's moratorium on forest clearing has proved hard to implement, as special interests whittle down the area protected under the agreement, environmental
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India's Supreme Court Friday ordered the Central Bureau of Investigation to probe JSW Steel Ltd.'s role in procuring iron-ore from illegal mines in the southern state of Karnataka.
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