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CSE slams petrol price hikes, calls for similar hikes on diesel prices

CSE slams hike in petrol prices. Says it should not be done without narrowing the price gap with diesel. Calls it “mindless”

It is leading to gross misuse of the poor persons’ fuel by rich car owners, massive revenue losses for the government, and serious damage to public health

Government should ban use of diesel in cars, increase price of diesel and tax on diesel cars

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CSE slams hike in petrol prices. Says it should not be done without narrowing the price gap with diesel. Calls it “mindless”

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Sharmini Boyle,
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Young Asia TV,
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On 27th April, Maharashtra will rewrite history. You are invited to stand witness

  • On that day, bamboo, a hugely contested product of India’s forests, will attain its liberation.  
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Finally Bamboo liberated, report from the field

Mendha Lekha wins right over bamboo, finally

Environment minister warns of legal action if officials refuse passes

Bamboo

Mendha Lekha's struggle for bamboo rights

Corruption: missing the woods for the trees

24.2.91
The Anil Agarwal Reader

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IN OUR class-ridden society who cares for an ex-army jeep driver? And yet Kishan Baburao Hazare, now so fondly called Anna Hazare, has emerged as one of India’s leading environmental warriors...

CSE welcomes environment ministry ‘no’ to Nirma factory in Gujarat

Calls the decision “timely” and “significant” for protecting water bodies

  • Union ministry of environment and forests (MoEF) issues notification stopping work on cement factory being built in Bhavnagar.

  • Factory was being built over a water body used by farmers for irrigating their fields.

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Calls the decision “timely” and “significant” for protecting water bodies

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