Over the years, both the Centre and Delhi government have spent thousands of crores on cleaning the river.
Delhi’s pollution levels may not come under control even if all the measures recommended by a report commissioned by the State government are implemented across the National Capital Region.
The week leading up to round two of the odd-even scheme will see Delhiites breathe slightly cleaner air, with particulate matter expected to remain in the moderate range.
The Delhi government doesn’t plan on studying the ultrafine and ultra dangerous PM1 particles as part of its air quality monitoring programme for round two of odd-even.
Over four lakh trucks go around Delhi to avoid environment compensation charge
The attention that the Aam Aadmi Party government has been giving to the environment for the last six months seemed to be missing in the State budget presented on Monday.
Decades after govts. and judges woke up to the state of the Yamuna, and after thousands of crores of rupees were spent, the river is as polluted as ever
AAP is 30,000 trees short of its FY 2015-16 target to plant 13 lakh trees
Not much was learned about the way pollution behaved during the trial phase of odd-even in January except that the air quality monitoring plan will have to change.
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