Order of the National Green Tribunal in the matter of Shri L. G. Sahadevan, Chennai Vs Union of India & Others dated 19/08/2019 regarding use of alternative fuel in the state of Tamil Nadu. Action plan submitted through the Joint Transport Commissioner (Road and Safety), Tamil Nadu states that "under the present condition the pollution level is under control when compared to other States and enough LPG is available throughout the State and CNG is not available and a Committee has been constituted to study about the same and they are making the study."

Order of the Supreme Court of India in the matter of M. C. Mehta Vs Union of India & Others dated 02/08/2019 regarding registration of new taxis in Delhi, only if the vehicles operate on dual fuel or petrol or CNG. The Apex Court makes it clear, that it's order of 10/05/2016 that new taxis in NCR would be given permit only if the vehicle operate on duel fuel or petrol or CNG. Further, no vehicle shall be registered as a city taxi if it runs on diesel fuel.

NEW DELHI: NTPC has so far been a major source of power for Delhi.

NGT asks depot at Tughlakabad to furnish plan by July 31

With a single long-term focus on shifting to electricity as a transport fuel, the government is ignoring more readily available cleaner alternatives such as Auto LPG that can play a significant rol

Order of the National Green Tribunal in the matter of Babubhai Ramubhai Saini Vs Gujarat Pollution Control Board & Others dated 06/03/2019 regarding pollution in Morbi town of Gujarat on account of the operation of Ceramic, Silicate and Frit industries.

NEW DELHI: Out of the 95,000 registered autorickshaws in the city, only 41,766 have functional GPS systems, the Delhi transport department stated at a meeting of the Supreme Court-appointed Environ

The Micro, Small, and Medium Enterprises Development Agency (MSMEDA) signed two contracts worth EGP 20m with Car-Gas and Gastec to convert 4,000 cars from operating on diesel fuel to compressed nat

The only option to control air pollution in Delhi when weather conditions get more adverse is to explore a ban on all non-CNG vehicles or implementation of the odd-even scheme wherein all private v

There was a need to look into restricting the use of non-CNG private vehicles during high pollution episodes in the National Capital Region, the Supreme Court-appointed Environment Pollution (Preve

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