Centre for Science and Environment (CSE) has welcomed FSSAI's recent move to cut down the maximum permitted trans fats in edible fats and oils.
The Delhi Jal Board (DJB), in a statement on Tuesday said that about six lakh consumers availed benefit of free water scheme in the second round of billing as people have started to voluntarily ins
While much has been talked about encouraging public transport and making Delhi roads pedestrian and cycle-friendly, nothing concrete has been done about it till date.
To curb illegal sand mining, the Environment Ministry has decided to make it mandatory to take environment clearance (EC) for sand and gravel mining below five hectares from a district level author
Visit any construction site or a building, be it a house or office, that is being renovated and a huge eyesore is the waste and debris lying around.
Calling littering and people's non-cooperation major challenges to better sanitation, the NDMC on Sunday said it plans to construct garbage transfer stations here.
In a major move to improve the infrastructure of rural villages in the national capital, the Delhi government on Thursday cleared 315 schemes worth Rs.480.99 crore.
The damage done to Delhi Transport Corporation (DTC) buses on Wednesday at Janakpuri and Inderlok poves that how vulnerable the public transport in the capital is.
Congestion and pollution are snuffing the life out of Delhi’s neighbourhoods, according to a new Centre for Science and Environment study on select south Delhi locations.
State agriculture department has undertaken a 15-day publicity drive to raise awareness among farmers for cultivating plots that were damaged in floods.
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