Capital's roads are crumbling due to heat and rain. But PWD has no immediate solutions as repairs in patches are clearly not helping.

The National Green Tribunal has pulled up Delhi government, Delhi Jal Board and the corporations for failing to submit progress reports on steps taken by them for reducing pollution in the Yamuna.

Order of the National Green Tribunal (Principal Bench,New Delhi) in the matter of Manoj Mishra Vs. Union of India & Ors. dated 21/07/2015 regarding dumping of construction debris belonging to DMRC lying at Mayur Vihar to Srai Kale Khan, near old Pantoon Road.

Lieutenant Governor Najeeb Jung on Monday approved the cycle-sharing policy of the Unified Traffic Transportation Infrastructure Planning and Engineering Centre (UTTIPEC).

The Delhi Metro Rail Corporation on Thursday invited tenders for two 'green' electrical receiving substations in the city to cater to the energy needs of the upcoming Noida-Greater Noida Metro corr

New Delhi: Alarmed over a report about poor ambient air quality inside its premises, Delhi High Court on Thursday castigated its own concerned panel for not doing anything on the issue, saying it w

The National Green Tribunal today slapped a total fine of Rs nine lakh on three five-star hotels here after it found "unsatisfactory" rain water harvesting systems in their premises.

The Delhi High Court has directed the Union Government to come up with an action plan to deal with air pollution in the Capital, while expressing concern over the “bureaucratic apathy” on the issue

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Over one lakh trees were cut during 2006-2014 to make way for Delhi Metro and PWD projects, bringing down the city's green cover to 10% from the minimum desired level of 33%, a Delhi high court app

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