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According to data available over 96 lakh vehicles are registered in the state up to April, of which 50 lakh were in Hyderabad.

The National Green Tribunal (NGT) has allowed registration of three new diesel vehicles conforming to BS-IV norms to be used for transporting petrol or petroleum products.

Order of the National Green Tribunal in the matter of Vardhaman Kaushik Vs. Union of India & Others dated 12/06/2017 regarding registration of heavy commercial diesel vehicles which is BS-IV compliant for carrying petroleum products. NGT allows the registration of heavy commercial diesel vehicles subject to the condition that they are BS-IV compliant.

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Nagpur: A group of five people has claimed to have invented a chemical that can substantially reduce pollution caused by gases emitted by vehicles plying on roads.

According to Ind-Ra, country's most reputed credit rating agency, Medium-to-Heavy Commercial Vehicles (MHCV) have witnessed a continuous as well as alarming decline in sales over the years.

Environment Pollution Control Authority (EPCA) in a report pointed out the hurdles department is facing with the new network installed to monitor the vehicular emissions in Delhi.

New Study Tries To Quantify Air Quality Gains

The Supreme Court on Monday clarified that manufacturers of farming vehicles like tractors and combine harvesters and construction equipment vehicles (CEVs) can continue to sell BS-III tractors.

Delhi is continuing to struggle with its Pollution Under Control (PUC) programme which is reportedly not well-equipped to test diesel vehicles for emissions and particulate matter, an Indian Expres

The EPCA has recommended to the Ministry of Road Transport and Highways to set up advanced inspection centres to measure key pollutants

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