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The Ministry of Environment, Forests and Climate Change has submitted the affidavit with the findings of the first Survey of Elephants in Captivity to the Supreme Court. Findings of the Survey The Survey was undertaken after the order of the Supreme Court which had asked the Union Government to identify elephants in captivity and whether ..
Category: Environment Current Affairs
Topics: Animal Welfare Board of India • Assam • Bihar • Kerala • Ministry of Environment Forests and Climate Change • Prevention of Cruelty to Animals Act 1960 • Supreme court • Survey of Elephants in Captivity • Wildlife Rescue and Rehabilitation Centre
Bharat Emission Standards define the permissible limits of air pollutants which can be emitted by internal combustion engines. If the limit is exceeded then their clearance to be sold in the market is blocked. These have been formulated by the Central Pollution Control Board which is a part of the Ministry of Environment Forests and ..