Pedestrians and cyclists have emerged as the most vulnerable group on Delhi roads with the two of them accounting for the largest share of road injuries and deaths.

City ranks fourth in country in number of accidents, according to findings by Centre for Environment and Science.

LG Panel Recommends It As Only Way Forward On Reducing Air Pollution

"There is a link between rising pollution levels and hotter days," said Dr Gufran Beig, Program Director at System of Air Quality Weather Forecasting and Research (SAFAR).

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

The Supreme Court on Monday refused to stop mining activities in Odisha as sought by NGO Common Cause.

A special forest bench headed by justice AK Patnaik posted the matter for further hearing on March 24 after industry bodies, including Assocham, objected to passing of any interim order in this regard. Referring to the Justice Shah Commission's report on alleged large-scale illegal mining in the state, counsel Prashant Bhushan argued that illegal mining activities should be stopped immediately.

The 'herbal' tag might not always mean 'harmless', say experts, thanks to undefined laws, a lack of regulation and the mostly passive Indian consumer.

6% reduction in duty makes the gas-guzzling vehicles cheaper

Environmental gains made over the past year seem to have gone up in smoke with the announcement of a cut in excise duty on sports utility vehicles (SUVs), the Centre for Science and Environment said on Monday.

Delhi Pollution Control Committee (DPCC) has countered claims that PM 2.5 (fine, respirable particles) pollution in Delhi is higher than in Beijing.

Though Delhi faces the same challenge in cleaning up its air as Beijing, the Indian Capital lacks the aggressive approach needed to protect public health, according to a study by the Centre for Sci