Lights to be changed in hospitals, schools, buildings in the next four months

Netherlands to provide assistance for developing a ‘socially conscious’ river-front

The Delhi Government has completed the process of identifying beneficiaries to receive foodgrains at a subsidised rate under the National Food Security Act, 2013.

Crores of rupees also earmarked for improving water supply and make the Yamuna navigable

After verification, 9.4 lakh households in Delhi have been found eligible to avail of the benefits of the Food Security Scheme that was introduced by the previous Sheila Dikshit-led Delhi Governmen

Green Tribunal gives them four weeks to install Effluent Treatment Plants

The National Green Tribunal on Wednesday provided some relief to 26 restaurants operating in South Delhi’s Hauz Khas Village by granting them conditional approval to start operating again.

Vivekanand Gupta deals in all kinds of building materials. The locks hanging from the wall behind him, the neatly rolled up plastic pipes and the packaged water pumps are proof enough.

The National Green Tribunal invokes Polluter Pays principle; any person found dumping debris on the river bank to cough up Rs. 5 lakh.

Air samples taken from locations around the municipal waste incinerator in Sukhdev Vihar in South Delhi have revealed fine particulate pollution to be at life-threatening levels and the presence of

In a bid to counter the relentless attack by the Opposition BJP on the issue of availability of water in the city, Chief Minister Sheila Dikshit on Thursday broke her silence and offered substantial relief to consumers of the Delhi Jal Board.

Addressing the Delhi Assembly, Ms. Dikshit, who is also the DJB Chairperson, said: “The DJB has decided to provide substantial relief to consumers by waiving off their accumulated late payment surcharge.”