The Delhi division of the Northern Railway on Wednesday rolled out a non-AC coach lit by solar panels installed on its roof.
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Come November and e-rickshaws might start plying on the city roads legally.
The Delhi Government’s Environment Department has installed sound devices at six prominent locations across the city to assess the level of sound pollution.
Major initiatives include public awareness campaign
In order to ensure that polluting vehicles are off Delhi roads, the Delhi Government has decided to stop sale of diesel and petrol to vehicles which do not possess Pollution Under Control (PUC) cer
High iron railings on the central verge forcing the pedestrians to use the foot over-bridge (FOB), which is equipped with escalators on either side, seems to have made the FOB outside the Kashmere
While the city has been witnessing an unprecedented increase in unauthorised colonies over the past few years, the number of slum dwellers in Delhi has decreased.
Rampant urbanisation has led to shrinkage in Natural Conservation Zones such as forests, water bodies and wastelands in the National Capital Region, Union Urban Development Minister Venkaiah Naidu
With the widening of the food security cover, an additional 1.2 lakh families in Delhi began receiving subsidised food under the Food Security Act from July.
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