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Tourism scores over ecology, livelihoods as India’s coastal law is amended yet again
In March, the government allowed projects that have started construction without coastal regulation zone clearance to apply for post-facto approval.
· Apr 09, 2018 · 12:30 pm
India’s coastal law is being altered in public interest – by bypassing the public
The latest amendment, which allows mining of atomic minerals in coastal areas, was issued without prior public notice in October.
· Oct 26, 2017 · 06:30 am