There is a slight breather from the usually terrible air pollution scenario in Delhi.

2010 Games Brought Road Widening, Relaying & Streetscaping Into Focus

Delhi has seen massive improvement in infrastructure in the past five years. The growth—largely spurred by the Commonwealth Games held in 2010—saw the government focus on widening and relaying of roads, streetscaping, construction of flyovers and building overbridges.

20% Shortage, Distribution Losses, Faulty Billing And A Polluted River

New Delhi: The water department has been under the chief minister’s direct control for the past 15 years. As chairperson of Delhi Jal Board, Sheila Dikshit has been responsible for not only the water supply in the city but also the Yamuna, failure to clean which has become a major embarrassment for the government.

The economic value of a healthy tree with respect to its oxygen producing capacity is roughly Rs 23.72 lakh per year, claims a report by NGO Delhi Greens.

New Delhi: The National Green Tribunal has held the forest and revenue departments responsible for “corruption, causing violations of the notified areas of the Ridge and ignoring the rights of peop

After a contempt notice was shot off to Delhi Development Authority vice-chairman and Delhi chief secretary over encroachments on two water bodies, DDA and Delhi government are trying desperately t

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

Lieutenant governor Tejendra Khanna has instructed the Delhi Development Authority (DDA) to stop workon a water body in Dwarka, which the residents alleged was being destroyed by the agency.

Delhi Created New Forests But Forgot Rest Of The 2009-12 Action Plan

New Delhi: The prolonged heatwave in Delhi since May 18 not only saw extremely high temperatures ranging between 44 and 46 degrees but also led to the development of a dangerous pollutant that has