The National Green Tribunal (NGT) has allowed registration of diesel ambulances of the premier medical institute AIIMS which conform to BS-IV emission norms.

The energy generation capacity of the solar project will be increased from 1 MW to 2 MW capacity in the near future.

NEW DELHI: With alarmingly high pollution levels in the capital raising serious health concerns, the Aam Aadmi Party government has decided to come up with a multi-department action plan in the 201

NEW DELHI: An experimental station being run by the Central Pollution Control Board to monitor some toxic trace gases shows the capital's air doesn't just have very high particulate matter levels,

The budgetary allocation for the environment ministry for 2018-19 is Rs. 2,675.42 crore, identical to last budget's allocation.

NEW DELHI: Clean Air Asia, an NGO working on air pollution, launched its 'VAYU' app on Wednesday at Delhi Public School, Palam Vihar that will help educate schoolchildren and parents about air qual

Order of the National Green Tribunal in the matter of Vardhaman Kaushik Vs. Union of India & Others dated 31/01/2018 regarding registration of BS-IV compliant vehicles. The application have been moved by the purchasers of BS-IV compliant new diesel vehicles to be used as Ambulance/Medical Emergency Van for registration of the said vehicles.

NGT allows these applications directing the Transport Commissioner, Transport Department, Government of NCT Delhi to register the BS-IV compliant vehicles subject to certain conditions.

NEW DELHI: In a couple of months, you may have to pay for parking your car outside your house, besides shelling out more for the facility across the capital.

NEW DELHI: Airpocalypse II, a report by environmental NGO Greenpeace India, has found that more than 47% of the population in India is still living in areas where there is no air quality monitoring

NEW DELHI: The Delhi high court on Monday asked the AAP government and police to inform it of steps taken in response to a PIL seeking a ban on use of loudspeakers at religious places in the city.

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