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Concerned over rising pollution in the national capital, Environment Minister Prakash Javadekar on Thursday said the ministry will ask the AAP government to prepare a master plan to deal with the p

The Delhi Government is understood to have put “all major schemes in each department” under review with three of these having come up for discussion before the Cabinet on Wednesday.

Holding the BJP governments at the Centre and in Haryana responsible for a four-pronged attack on the farmers and landowners, senior Aam Aadmi Party leader Yogendra Yadav on Tuesday declared that a

A quick look at what the Aam Aadmi Party has promised in its manifesto for a clean and green Delhi.

This 70-point agenda for the betterment of Delhi released by Aam Aadmi Party promises reviving non-functional water plants in Dwarka, Bawana and Okhla & free lifeline of upto 20 kilolite

With the ‘Gujarat Model’ of development being one of the most talked about topic during the election campaign, the Delhi Government has sent three teams to Gujarat to study successful projects in v

Pollution in Yamuna or Ganga do not figure in the manifestos of the capital’s three major political parties nor does any focused plan on addressing the crisis of rivers.

Despite having its roots in Delhi, Aam Aadmi Party doesn’t talk about its plans for the extremely polluted Yamuna. With little progress made on the Ganga and Yamuna action plans, the Congress merely aims to “clean rivers on a large scale”. The BJP, meanwhile, continues to pitch its controversial pet project—interlinking of rivers. Environmentalists say little thought has gone into addressing urgent ecological concerns like the state of rivers or their position on dams.

Congress harps on benefits from FDI in retail

For Punjab's sagging agrarian economy, here is some good news. The meek voices of the farmers, agri economists and farmer unions seem to have been heard by at least two of the main political parties in the state which are now promising to ensure 50 per cent profit over cost of production to the farmers.

Aam Aadmi Party has announced its manifesto for the 2014 Elections. It lays its foundation of the Manifesto on “Swaraj”, or rule of the people. It talks about how swaraj can bring an end to corruption and ensure accessible justice for the people.

New Delhi: The water subsidy promised by the Aam Aadmi Party is most likely to come to an end on March 31, 2014.