Nearly 200 million litres of domestic and industrial waste is discharged by Haryana into the Yamuna every day, a

New Delhi: Uttar Pradesh and Delhi governments have said that they will remove all debris and solid waste from the Yamuna river bed by May 31. All the land-owning agencies which have a stake in the riverbanks will have to ensure that the work is completed and no further dumping is permitted. In case alternative land is not available for dumping of the debris, the waste should be sent to Burari except for horticultural waste, which will be used for composting.

New Delhi: In 2009, clearance for digging a borewell in Delhi could only be issued by Delhi Jal Board. Only those proposals meant for community use would be considered.

New Delhi: With the National Green Tribunal having come down hard on the Delhi and UP governments for their failure to prevent dumping of debris along the Yamuna, work has started at a breakneck sp

New Delhi: The forest department on Monday dug up around 800m of a pucca road that was cutting through the Rajokri forest.

New Delhi: Is water privatization really needed in Delhi?

New Delhi: Finally this year, DJB’s much touted GPS-enabled tankers will be out on the capital’s roads.

New Delhi: About 19 years ago, the Supreme Court first scrutinized pollution in the Yamuna.

NEW DELHI: Delhi's forest department has filed a police complaint against "unknown persons" for building three roads cutting across the Rajokri forest in the southern Ridge area.

Says PWD Didn’t Take Permission, Forest Department Told To Take Action

New Delhi: The public works department illegally felled trees for a road widening project, said chief minister Sheila Dikshit on Monday. In fact, she asked the forest department to submit a report on the irregularities and take punitive action against PWD. TOI had highlighted the indiscriminate lopping in Vasant Kunj on Monday.