High Court Orders Strict Implementation Of New Guidelines By Govt Body.

The term `junk food' finds no mention in the FSSAI guidelines that were approved by the Delhi high court on Tuesday to regulate sale of food items in school canteens across the country.

When DDA got down to actual paperwork to transfer the land, it emerged that two of the sites in Maidangarhi belong to the forest department

At a time when there is an uproar against Haryana government’s move to allow more construction in unexplored regions including the Aravalis, the state has moved the Supreme Court aiming to free hug

Land belonging to Container Corporation of India in Okhla and one next to Delhi Police Training Complex in Sonia Vihar are among the seven possible areas to develop landfill sites in the capital.

Report To HC Calls Only For Regulation Of Eatables In And Around Schools

New Delhi: A report submitted by an expert group on junk food has recommended regulation of such food items in school canteens but shied away from pushing for a total ban.

Industry Comes Up With Policy Putting Onus On Student; Experts Not Sure If It’s Feasible

A Delhi high court panel to look into dietary habits of school-going children is split on the question of banning sale of junk food in and around educational institutions.

New Delhi: The Delhi high court on Monday issued notice to the Centre and IGL on a petition filed by an association of bus operators challenging the recent CNG price hike in the capital.

New Delhi: Unhappy with failure of state authorities to preserve and protect the fast diminishing water bodies in the capital, the Delhi high court has issued contempt notice to the environment sec

NEW DELHI: Coming to the rescue of hawkers forced to sell their wares in filthy and unhygienic condition, the Delhi high court has asked the south municipal corporation to immediately remove all ga