NEW DELHI: The urban development ministry is preparing a plan for promoting "green transport" in cities in a bid to reduce vehicular pollution and put a brake on the rising number of private vehicl
A government panel has approved that all non-cultivable hill land, rocky and sandy areas in the ecologically sensitive Aravalis in the entire National Capital Region (NCR), including Gurgaon and Fa
The Centre is working on some steps, including imposing hefty fine on vehicle owners, dealers and manufacturers, to check the menace of excessive honking -a nuisance on Indian roads apart from lead
NEW DELHI: With roads in urban areas increasingly getting gridlocked, Prime Minister Narendra Modi has asked the road transport ministry to evolve new models for building city ring toads with a lon
New Delhi: The entry of thousands of heavily loaded polluting trucks into Delhi every day could end in the next couple of years.
While seeking a review of the Supreme Court order banning petrol and diesel cabs in Delhi, the Centre is likely to seek relief for taxis that already possess valid permits besides arguing that the
The Supreme Court has approved the reconstitution of Environment Pollution (Prevention and Control) Authority and though it will continue to headed by former bureaucrat Bhure Lal who has held the p
Environment ministry has written to all ministries and central government departments located in the national capital to hire only CNG-fuelled vehicles.
The Environment Pollution Control Authority (EPCA) has canvassed for government to support complete ban on passenger diesel vehicles in Delhi.
The draft Automotive Mission Plan (AMP) for 2016-2026 prepared by the heavy industries ministry and the automobile industry has raised serious questions on some policy decisions relating to vehicul
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