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Jul 11 2013 (TRI)

Sarang Yadwadkar and Others Vs. the Commissioner, Pune Municipal Corpo ...

Court : National Green Tribunal Principal Bench New Delhi

Decided on : Jul-11-2013

..... harm and taking measures to avoid it or to choose the least environmentally harmful activity. again it is based on scientific uncertainty. 31. the supreme court had the occasion to explain the principle of precaution and the burden of proof in environmental cases. in some elaboration, in the case of a. ..... from vitthalwadi to nh-4 bypass is being constructed as per development plan approved by the government of maharashtra vide its resolution dated 15th may, 2008. the width of the road is 24 m to 18 m and not 30 m as stated by the applicant. it is claimed that construction ..... are likely to discharge sewage of affluent and establish and operate an industrial plant as defined under the provisions of air (prevention and control of pollution) act, 1981. 4. this project of constructing a road connecting vitthalwadi and nh-4 bypass is an activity for which consent is needed. respondent no. ..... respondents to construct the said road. in fact, the applicant no.1 had made an application on 20th march, 2012 under the provisions of the rti act and collected information from the dy. superintending engineer, pune irrigation circle, who informed that construction of the road along mutha river from vitthalwadi to ..... plan was prepared for the said 23 villages. the draft development plan was published under section 28(4) of the maharashtra regional and town planning act (for short ??mrtp act) and was submitted to the state government in terms of section 30 of the mrtp act. the location where the road is .....

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Jul 18 2013 (TRI)

Rayons-enlighting Humanity Through Its Secretary and Others Vs. Minist ...

Court : National Green Tribunal Principal Bench New Delhi

Decided on : Jul-18-2013

..... conformity with the regulations and the law. any decision to the contrary would be an action extra jus. laconic result of collective reading of the master plan, the development authority act and other relevant notifications is that the development authority, nagar nigam, the pollution control board and their respective officers have no power to vary the land use and places prescribed ..... contained therein are mandatory. they are incapable of being altered or varied without following the due process prescribed in law. the supreme court, in the case of ndmc and ors. v. tanvi trading and credit private limited and ors. (2008) 8 scc 765, took the view that even in terms of guidelines issued in relation to a new building till finalisation of ..... these petitions. primarily, we would refer to the facts, as given in application no.86 of 2013. as already noticed, the applicant is a registered society under the society registration act, 1860. it is averred that this society is formed to encourage safeguarding of the environment and other human values in the younger generation and has been carrying on various activities ..... december, 2012 have been challenged in the following applications: (i) in application no.86 of 2013, the petition filed by rayons-enlighting humanity, a society registered under the society registration act, 1860, it has prayed that the above letter dated 19th december, 2012 be quashed, and that the ministry of environment and forests (for short ??moef), be directed to review the .....

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