Dirty air is a public health emergency. But it won’t be easy to jump straight from BS-IV to BS-VI emission norms. The Indian Express explains.
None of the Indian cities complies with standards prescribed by the World Health Organization (WHO) on air quality, stated a report of Greenpeace, global NGO working on environmental issues.
There's something the hillside retreat of Parwanoo in Himachal Pradesh has in common with the industrial town of Korba in Chhattisgarh — both have consistently recorded higher than acceptable parti
As a part of the crackdown against the increasing menace of pollution in India, the government has now made it mandatory to randomly test at least half of the cars produced from a manufacturer’s pl
PUNE: The Union government's decision to enforce particulate matter emission standards and on-board diagnostic system for bikes and three-wheelers for the first time might improve the air quality i
NEW DELHI: In a move that could bring major relief from severe air pollution in cities and towns after 2020, the union ministry of road transport and highways has notified the implementation of BS
MUMBAI: It was seen as highly desirable a couple of years ago. Now, it is a costly and avoidable proposition for some.
NEW DELHI: The government will introduce real-time random emission tests for on-road vehicles from 2020 to prevent a repeat of the Volkswagen emission scandal.
Pollution has been rightfully a growing concern in the country off late. This matter and the relevant numbers have lead the government to undertake many measures to help not only control but also reduce pollution in India.
BENGALURU: Toyota Kirloskar Motor has said it may increase the prices of its vehicles by 1-3% soon to offset the impact of currency volatility and rise in input costs such as steel.
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