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Plan panel, green ministry spar over W Ghats report

indiatimes.com (1 year and 10 months ago)

Jun 10, 2012

The environment ministry has been irked by the Planning Commission’s attempt to start a parallel process on the review of the Western Ghats report, based on demands of state governments at a time when the ministry has just called for wider public consultations on the controversial report. full story

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