India is considering the possibility of bringing an umbrella legislation on climate change to move ahead towards the ratification of the Paris climate agreement—a legacy that the US President Barac

PM Modi laid the foundation for ally Chandrababu Naidu's dream, project — the new state capital at Amaravati — in last October.

Aiming to bring in better adherence to environmental pollution norms, the Prakash Javadekar-led Environment ministry now plans to use real time violation alerts as evidence against defaulting indus

Construction projects spread over 20,000 sq metres will no longer need Centre's clearance, with all stakeholder ministries and government departments agreeing to incorporate a trimmed-down green bu

NEW DELHI: With five more days to go before the odd-even experiment in Delhi draws to a close, the jury is still divided on how much impact the much-debated vehicle rationing system has had on the

The Delhi government may be targeting private vehicles to check rising air pollution levels, but a study by IIT-Kanpur shows that cars and jeeps contribute less than 10% of particulate matter while

NEW DELHI: While Delhi gets moving on its ambitious plan to restrict the number of passenger vehicles on its roads in a desperate bid to improve its air quality, the move has also sparked a debate

NEW DELHI: Restraining explosive growth of vehicles on Delhi's roads and rationing their movement were identified as key actions for improving the capital's air quality months before Kejriwal gover

Just as the government struggles to find some middle ground on Genetically Modified crops, there is a fresh twist to the politically sensitive issue.

After more than a year, the Prakash Javadekar led Environment Ministry today finally called a meeting of the Genetic Engineering Appraisal Committee (GEAC) to decide on field trials for a number of