Work on Delhi Metro’s Phase III project has finally taken off, with the first upcoming corridor from Central Secretariat to Kashmere Gate being expedited in parts and targeted for a mid-2015 comple

New Delhi: From this December, consumers will start taking an active interest in the international price of coal and gas as it is from this period onwards that an extra column on ‘fuel surcharge’ w

The Delhi Electricity Regulatory Commission has come out with a draft regulation for the Renewable Purchase Obligation (RPO) and Renewable Energy Certificate Framework Implementation 2011. The draft will be finalised after a public hearing with the stakeholders.

E. Sreedharan spoke to BW on urban transportation and the way forward for a country that is urbanising at a frenetic pace

The Chief Minister said as many as 10.28 lakh saplings have been planted as part of the campaign and they would go a long way in achieving the target of 33 per cent greenery in the Capital. As of now about 20 per cent of the area of Delhi is covered by greens.

Delhi has witnessed an annual vehicular growth of 10 per cent and nearly 1,200 vehicles are registered daily, experts analysing the parking policy of the Capital said on Wednesday.

These were among the suggestions made by experts at a conference on “Parking reforms for a liveable city” organised by the Centre for Science and Environment (CSE) here on Wednesday. Participants unanimously agreed that parking problem exists in all parts of the country and most parking space was occupied by privately owned vehicles.

Fears of a heavy flood are back to haunt the Capital as a large quantum of water released from Haryana is expected to reach the city over the next 40 hours. The water level in the rain-fed Yamuna has been rising over the past 48 hours and has come close to the warning mark.

Despite missing a May 31 deadline set by high court for cleaning Neela Hauz lake, Delhi Development Authority and Public Works Department(PWD) are still sparring over increasing the depth of the wa

Following the agitation of farmers of Greater Noida, Noida and Gurgaon against land acquisition, now the people living in the villages of the Capital has come together and demanded to revoke almost