The Delhi government's plan to add 2,000 new buses to its crippled stage carrier fleet in the national Capital is set to be delayed indefinitely, said government sources.
A meeting held in the Environment Ministry reviewed the mitigation measures to combat air pollution in Delhi-NCR.
NEW DELHI: Delhi government will procure 1,000 electric buses, apart from inducting 2,000 CNG ones. Deputy chief minister Manish Sisodia announced this on Thursday in his budget speech.
NEW DELHI: There is a vehicle for every second person in Delhi now, with the vehicular count going beyond the one-crore mark in the capital.
After being pulled up by the National Green Tribunal (NGT), the Arvind Kejriwal-led Delhi government finally submitted in court on Wednesday, an action plan to curb pollution in the city.
The measure is expected to cut down pollution in the city
With the air quality in Delhi and NCR increasingly getting worse ahead of winter, the city government has said it may bring back the odd-even vehicle rationing scheme to limit the number of cars on
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The Delhi Transport Corporation (DTC) is all set to "go green" by using solar energy and will reduce its electricity bill by 50 per cent in the coming years.
Rickety old buses lying abandoned at Delhi Transport Corporation (DTC) depots here were breeding grounds for mosquitoes, leading to a rise in dengue and chikungunya, the National Green Tribunal has
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