New Delhi: Ruma Roy has spent Rs 6,000 on purchasing water from private tankers in the past one month and a half.

New Delhi: After a delay of some years, the controversial groundwater Bill is finally ready to be presented to the Delhi cabinet.

New Delhi: In another attempt to allay fears that its public-private partnership projects are a precursor to privatization of the water utility, Delhi Jal Board has said it has sufficient water to

Complaints by consumers over poor quality water have been substantiated by Delhi Jal Board’s (DJB) vigilance department.

Once the present foggy conditions settle down, Delhiites will again have to battle with pollution-laden smog.

New Delhi: A major portion of Delhi Ridge was notified as a reserved forest in 1994 after which no construction should have been allowed on the land.

Despite missing a May 31 deadline set by high court for cleaning Neela Hauz lake, Delhi Development Authority and Public Works Department(PWD) are still sparring over increasing the depth of the wa

Over 700 water bodies in the capital are getting another chance at survival. Delhi government has formed an apex body, headed by the chief secretary, to catalogue and mark progress of restoration for each listed waterbody in the city.

In spite of a looming water crisis, the Delhi government and the various civic agencies are still to get their act together.

Athletes and officials staying at the 2010 Commonwealth Games Village may get to travel on vehicles that will run on a newage green fuel. Indian Oil Corporation (IOC) has asked the government for land at the Village site to set up a hydrogen-CNG (HCNG) filling station.