NEW DELHI: The Delhi Jal Board (DJB) has withdrawn its plea in the National Green Tribunal that sought directions to the Haryana government to check the "dangerous level of ammonia" in the Yamuna,

Order of the National Green Tribunal in the matter of Rear Admiral A P Revi IN (Retd.) Vs. Delhi Jal Board & Others dated 31/05/2018 regarding Order of the National Green Tribunal in the matter of Rear Admiral A P Revi IN (Retd.) Vs. Delhi Jal Board & Others dated 30/05/2018 regarding supply of treated sewage water for gardening purposes in Vasant Kunj, Delhi. 

Govt agency to mechanise sewer cleaning that would give self-employment

Order of the Delhi High Court in the matter of M/S Metro Waste Handling Vs Delhi Jal Board dated 29/05/2018.

NEW DELHI: Anil Sahai, a middle-aged man from Kapashera, has been making rounds of DJB offices to get a permission for installing a borewell but to no avail.

NEW DELHI: The Supreme Court on Wednesday said the dispute between Haryana and Delhi over sharing of Yamuna water should be adjudicated by the Upper Yamuna River Board which is a statutory body set

The NGT had earlier asked the government to act against unauthorised water extraction and directed it to seal the illegal borewells.

Order of the Delhi High Court in the matter of S. B. Tripathi Vs GNCT of Delhi & Others dated 10/05/2018 regarding repair of Delhi sub-branch canal which is leading to loss of water. Delhi High Court while stressing on the urgency for repair of the canal said the delay would lead to loss of water badly needed for human purpose.

NEW DELHI: With the latest Central Ground Water Board reporting a fast depleting water table in Delhi, the focus is on the thousands of illegal borewells that are draining the aquifers.

NEW DELHI: To popularise the idea of rainwater harvesting, Delhi Jal Board, in association with an NGO, opened three “rain centres” two years ago.

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