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  • BEFORE THE NATIONAL GREEN TRIBUNAL PRINCIPAL

    Before The National Green Tribunal Principal

    BEFORE THE NATIONAL GREEN TRIBUNAL PRINCIPAL.Threat to life arising out of coal mining in south garo hills district Applicant Versus State of Meghalaya amp Ors. Respondent Date of hearing 01.03.2021 Date of uploading of order on website 15.03.2021 CORAM HONBLE MR. JUSTICE ADARSH KUMAR GOEL, CHAIRPERSON HONBLE MR. JUSTICE SHEO KUMAR SINGH, JUDICIAL MEMBER HONBLE DR.

  • NGT hearing on coal mining ban on Thursday

    Ngt Hearing On Coal Mining Ban On Thursday

    NGT hearing on coal mining ban on Thursday.Apr 26, 2017 Shillong April 26 The hearing of the National Green Tribunal NGT on ban on coal mining in Meghalaya will be held on Thursday. The NGT held the hearing in Tuesday in New Delhi but fixed another hearing on Thursday where the Ministry of Coal and Ministry of Environment, Forests and Climate Change, are expected to give their responses on mining guidelines submitted by Meghalaya.

  • Meghalaya India Environment Portal News reports

    Meghalaya India Environment Portal News Reports

    Meghalaya India Environment Portal News reports.Committee report on coal mining, Meghalaya, 15012021 p Eighth report of the Committee appointed by the National Green Tribunal under the Chairmanship of Justice B. D. Agarwal submitted to the NGT on 15012021. p p The genesis of the constitution of

  • Supreme Court bans transportation of coal in Meghalaya

    Supreme Court Bans Transportation Of Coal In Meghalaya

    Supreme Court bans transportation of coal in Meghalaya.Jan 15, 2019 The apex court ban comes a day after India Todays special investigative team exposed the dark side of rat-hole mining in Meghalaya. Referring to the India Today report, the court said illegal mining of coal is still on despite the ban by the National Green Tribunal NGT. The court rapped the Meghalaya government for failing to curb illegal ...

  • 15 feared dead in coal mine Come to Meghalaya to see just

    15 Feared Dead In Coal Mine Come To Meghalaya To See Just

    15 feared dead in coal mine Come to Meghalaya to see just.Dec 21, 2018 The Meghalaya government has moved the Supreme Court against the NGTs 2014 order banning rat-hole coal mining, as well as the August 2018 directive by which the Katoki-led panel was constituted. The case is likely to come up for hearing on 15 January. In 2015, the miners had challenged the NGTs ban on transportation of coal mined prior to ...

  • Why illegal coal mining in Meghalaya employ rathole

    Why Illegal Coal Mining In Meghalaya Employ Rathole

    Why illegal coal mining in Meghalaya employ rathole.Jun 15, 2021 Even though the government of Meghalaya has initiated the process of coal mining in a legalised manner after an order from the Supreme Court of India almost two years ago, the recent case of five miners getting trapped in a rat-hole mine in East Jaintia Hills district is indicative of the fact that the state has a long way to go before it can end illegal coal mining.

  • NGT maintains ban on coal mining in Meghalaya

    Ngt Maintains Ban On Coal Mining In Meghalaya

    NGT maintains ban on coal mining in Meghalaya.Read more about NGT maintains ban on coal mining in Meghalaya on Business Standard. The National Green Tribunal NGT Friday maintained its ban on coal mining in Meghalaya, contending that right to life was far more significant than economic interest and

  • Meghalaya govt slapped with Rs 100 crore by NGT Pratidin

    Meghalaya Govt Slapped With Rs 100 Crore By Ngt Pratidin

    Meghalaya govt slapped with Rs 100 crore by NGT Pratidin.Jan 05, 2019 Meghalaya has been imposed a fine of whopping Rs 100 crore by the National Green Tribunal NGT on Friday after the state government failed to curb illegal coal mining in the state. A senior advocate, Raj Panjwani who is assisting the tribunal as an amicus curiae in the mining matter, said a report of a high-level committee was submitted on ...

  • SC to continue coal hearing today The Shillong Times

    Sc To Continue Coal Hearing Today The Shillong Times

    SC to continue coal hearing today The Shillong Times.May 03, 2019 SHILLONG The Supreme Court will continue the hearing on coal case on Friday. Due to the urgency involved in the coal matter, the appeals filed by Meghalaya against NGT order imposing a complete ban on coal mining, appointment of Katoki Committee and imposition of fine of Rs 100 crore were being heard by the court on almost day today basis.

  • Supreme Court resumes hearing on coal mining ban in Meghalaya

    Supreme Court Resumes Hearing On Coal Mining Ban In Meghalaya

    Supreme Court resumes hearing on coal mining ban in Meghalaya.May 04, 2019 During a hearing on a petition to lift the ban on coal mining in Meghalaya, Gonsalves referred to the Kropha Committee report on the availability of coal in the state after the coal mining ban imposed by the National Green Tribunal NGT in April 2014.

  • Meghalaya How NGT was fooled into allowing coal

    Meghalaya How Ngt Was Fooled Into Allowing Coal

    Meghalaya How NGT was fooled into allowing coal.Feb 02, 2020 The NGT has, through its various committees, tried its utmost to halt rat hole mining, which has accounted for uncountable deaths in the state, all for a little more coal. ALSO READ

  • NGT Imposes Rs 100 Crore Fine on Meghalaya Govt for

    Ngt Imposes Rs 100 Crore Fine On Meghalaya Govt For

    NGT Imposes Rs 100 Crore Fine on Meghalaya Govt for.Jan 05, 2019 The committee was constituted during the hearing of the petition which had sought a ban on coal mining in Meghalaya. It had also taken into account some reports of the state pollution control board. Meghalayas advocate general Amit Kumar said he had been conveyed about the order of the NGT imposing Rs 100 crore on the state.

  • Meghalaya Coal Mine Latest News Photos Videos on

    Meghalaya Coal Mine Latest News Photos Videos On

    Meghalaya Coal Mine Latest News Photos Videos on.Aug 15, 2019 Meghalaya has been ordered to deposit Rs 100 crore in fines, imposed by the National Green Tribunal NGT, for failing to curb illegal coal mining in the state Second Body Pulled Out Of Meghalaya ...

  • NGT imposes Rs 100 crore fine on Meghalaya govt for

    Ngt Imposes Rs 100 Crore Fine On Meghalaya Govt For

    NGT imposes Rs 100 crore fine on Meghalaya govt for.The committee was constituted during the hearing of the petition which had sought a ban on coal mining in Meghalaya. It had also taken into account some reports of the state pollution control board.

  • Green tribunal permits sale of extracted coal Business

    Green Tribunal Permits Sale Of Extracted Coal Business

    Green tribunal permits sale of extracted coal Business.The National Green Tribunal today extended the ban on rat-hole coal mining in Meghalaya till August this year but permitted sale of coal that already has been extracted. The tribunals special circuit bench, eastern zone, held its hearing at Meghalaya High Court in Shillong and was chaired by Justice Swatanter Kumar and former Meghalaya Chief ...

  • Coal Coal Mining In Meghalaya tuinaanleg den haag

    Coal Coal Mining In Meghalaya Tuinaanleg Den Haag

    Coal Coal Mining In Meghalaya tuinaanleg den haag.Coal Coal Mining In Meghalaya. A look at the supreme court case on coal block allocation wp civil 120 of 2012 and the subsequent amendments in 2012 of the coal mines nationalisation cmn act and the coal mines special provisions act 2015 as well as subsequent meetings in the ministry of coal indicate that the coal mining in meghalaya is entirely illegal.

  • Meghalaya imposes Rs 153 cr fine on illegal stone mining

    Meghalaya Imposes Rs 153 Cr Fine On Illegal Stone Mining

    Meghalaya imposes Rs 153 cr fine on illegal stone mining.Jun 29, 2021 The Meghalaya government has informed the National Green Tribunal NGT that it imposed a fine worth over Rs 153 crore as environmental compensation on 133 stone mining units, which were operating ...

  • NGT approved auction of 2 lakh mt of coal output in Meghalaya

    Ngt Approved Auction Of 2 Lakh Mt Of Coal Output In Meghalaya

    NGT approved auction of 2 lakh mt of coal output in Meghalaya.Mar 13, 2020 Guwahati Meghalaya Chief Minister Conrad K. Sangma informed that the National Green Tribunal NGT committee has approved on a pilot basis auction of 2 lakh metric tons MT of coal out of the 32 lakh metric tons. Last year Supreme Court had paved the way for operationalising of coal mining in Meghalaya under the relevant statutory framework of the Mine and Mineral Development and

  • SC order revoking NGT ban on coal mining should be seen

    Sc Order Revoking Ngt Ban On Coal Mining Should Be Seen

    SC order revoking NGT ban on coal mining should be seen.Aug 07, 2019 GUWAHATI With Supreme Court revoking National Green Tribunal ban on coal mining last month, Meghalaya chief minister Conrad K. Sangma said the order goes way beyond coal industry or it goes beyond the mineral rights that we might have. Sangma, Deputy Chief Minister Prestone Tynsong, Tourism Minister Metbah Lyngdoh and MLAs from West Khasi Hills were felicitated by Ka

  • Third body fished out from flooded coal mine in Meghalaya

    Third Body Fished Out From Flooded Coal Mine In Meghalaya

    Third body fished out from flooded coal mine in Meghalaya.Jun 25, 2021 More than three weeks after an illegal coal pit in Meghalayas East Jaintia district was flooded trapping five miners, rescuers on Friday fished out another body from the 152-metre-deep mine

  • Meghalaya coal mine tragedy Second body recovered yet

    Meghalaya Coal Mine Tragedy Second Body Recovered Yet

    Meghalaya coal mine tragedy Second body recovered yet.Jun 24, 2021 At least five people were trapped inside the rat-hole mine at Umpleng, about 20 km from Khliehriat, after it was flooded following a dynamite explosion on May 30. Hazardous rat-hole coal mining is not permitted in Meghalaya after the National Green Tribunal NGT banned it in 2014.

  • SC rejects Meghalaya miners plea on coal transportation

    Sc Rejects Meghalaya Miners Plea On Coal Transportation

    SC rejects Meghalaya miners plea on coal transportation.Mar 13, 2019 The Supreme Court hearing coincided with Meghalaya Chief Minister Conrad K. Sangma informing the 60-member State Assembly that more than 1,000 cases of illegal coal mining

  • Effect of ngt ban on coal mining

    Effect Of Ngt Ban On Coal Mining

    Effect of ngt ban on coal mining.Effect of ngt ban on coal mining Products. As a leading global manufacturer of crushing, grinding and mining equipments, we offer advanced, reasonable solutions for any size-reduction requirements including, Effect of ngt ban on coal mining, quarry, aggregate, and different kinds of minerals.

  • Meghalayas black holes Unregulated rathole coal mines

    Meghalayas Black Holes Unregulated Rathole Coal Mines

    Meghalayas black holes Unregulated rathole coal mines.Nov 29, 2018 This year the state government challenged the NGT ruling in the Supreme Court which has fixed December 4, 2018 as the final hearing date on issues related to coal mining in Meghalaya. Meanwhile, Chief Minister Conrad Sangma has also asserted that Coal Mines Nationalisation Act, 1973 has been repealed.

  • NGT hearing on coal mining ban posponed

    Ngt Hearing On Coal Mining Ban Posponed

    NGT hearing on coal mining ban posponed.Apr 27, 2017 Shillong, April 27 The National Green Tribunal NGT has postponed the hearing on coal mining ban in Meghalaya to next month. Sources said that the hearing will be held on May 30. Earlier the Supreme Court on September 21 last year allowed transportation of extracted coal already assessed in Meghalaya from October 1, 2016, to May 31 this year.

  • NGT to take up ban on coal mining today The Shillong Times

    Ngt To Take Up Ban On Coal Mining Today The Shillong Times

    NGT to take up ban on coal mining today The Shillong Times.Jun 09, 2014 The NGT will conduct a hearing on the interim ban on rat-hole coal mining and transportation of coal, alleged presence of child labourers in the coal mines, and the July 6, 2012, incident in South Garo Hills where 15 miners were reportedly trapped in a mine. Earlier, the hearing was supposed to be held at the State Convention Centre, Shillong.

  • NGT serves notice to Meghalaya government on illegal coal

    Ngt Serves Notice To Meghalaya Government On Illegal Coal

    NGT serves notice to Meghalaya government on illegal coal.Sep 03, 2020 While seeking NGTs intervention to stop illegal coal mining and action against those perpetuating the unlawful activities, Sharma reminded the green court on its order imposing a complete ban on rat hole mining in Meghalaya and thereafter on the basis of several recommendations of the committee constituted by it, the tribunal issued many directions to check rat hole mining and ...

  • Meghalaya Truly Has a Resource Curse Illegal Coal

    Meghalaya Truly Has A Resource Curse Illegal Coal

    Meghalaya Truly Has a Resource Curse Illegal Coal.Jan 16, 2019 The top court has already been hearing a case on the illegal mining activities and transportation of coal, even before the 15 miners were trapped. On several occasions too, it had extended the deadline for the transportation of coal that was allegedly already extracted before the NGT order came into effect. Todays Supreme Court judgement comes a day after the second part of a report compiled by social activists from Meghalaya

  • Meghalaya government favours coal mining regulations

    Meghalaya Government Favours Coal Mining Regulations

    Meghalaya government favours coal mining regulations.May 02, 2019 The Meghalaya government has maintained in the Supreme Court that it is in favour of regulating coal mining activities in the state. The state government said this in the apex court during a hearing on a petition filed by one Lber Laloo who wanted the ban on coal mining, imposed by the National Green Tribunal NGT since April 2014, to be lifted.