The number of patients who die of heart failure at AIIMS is 30.8 per cent compared to 4-7 per cent in the US and Europe, the study says.
India’s food safety apparatus needs sweeping reforms to ensure that its norms are on par with international standards, including an accreditation system that not only screens labs but also its pers
In five samples, Delhi government officials said “misbranding” was identified in the samples.
Environmental scientists say ozone, which is a particularly critical pollutant, has emerged as a concern in Delhi in the last few years.
The Delhi High Court first ordered the closure of the plant over possible health hazards and pollution concerns over two years ago.
Manufacturers should strengthen their research and development activities to produce vehicles that are cleaner and more fuel efficient.
Delhi traffic police has sent a requirement of around 2,000 such glasses in their first batch, tenders for which will be floated soon, a top official said.
Licence of capital’s oldest treatment plant, which caters to about 1,600 hospitals, expires on May 18.
Nearly 5,000 trucks passing through one checkpoint in just five hours, state transport buses without any papers, no coordination among government departments, lack of staff, and no machines to chec
Trucks contribute more than 60 per cent of the pollutants spewed by diesel vehicles inside Delhi, and have created what is being labelled as “a third peak hour” in the night when an estimated 80,00
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