There seems to be no immediate solution to Delhi’s water woes, particularly for the slum dwellers, as the city continues to grapple with inadequate infrastructure and insufficient availability of r
A performance audit of the mid-day meal scheme by the Comptroller and Auditor General (CAG) has revealed that only 1,154 children were covered under the scheme during 2013-24, out of 18,000 studyin
To encourage consumption of clean and renewable energy in the national capital, Delhi’s AAP government is planning to promote the usage of energy from such sources and will urge citizens to install
Amidst the growing debate about the grim situation of air pollution in the national capital, and the Central government again expressing its serious intent to tackle the deterioration of air qualit
The year again saw Delhi in news for “wrong” reasons. This time for being ranked as the most polluted city in the world by WHO that drew a sharp reaction from both the government and scientists.
PHD Chamber senior vice-president A. B. Shriram gifts sapling to Juhi Chawla during discussion on Mobile Tower
The city administration is planning to set up special healthcare centres in slum clusters and unauthorised colonies in the national capital to improve health facilities.
The city administration is proposing a policy restructuring for seeking “acoustical solutions” to the impending issue of noise pollution in the national capital.
Solar power generation is a long-term solution, but needs scaling up
Installed capacity of solar photovoltaic in Delhi till 2013 was only 2.5 MW, compared to over 1,000 MW in Gujarat
The city’s environment department has asked the Delhi Development Authority (DDA) and the MCD to provide land for the disposal of sludge from effluent treatment plants (ETPs) and sewage treatment p
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NGO demands withdrawal of Niyamgiri gram sabha notificatio