Delhi's pollution season is round the corner, but is the government better prepared this time to keep smog episodes at bay?

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

Order of the Supreme Court of India in the matter of Anand Arya & Others Vs Government of NCT of Delhi & Others dated 13/01/2017 regarding Millennium Bus Depot on the banks of river Yamuna.

The state government was to have inducted 3,000 buses by now to check air pollution in Delhi.

Those more than 15 years old shall be scrapped first, says green court

Diesel vehicles in the city which are 15 years old should be deregistered first and will not get NOC for plying outside Delhi-NCR, the National Green Tribunal said on Wednesday.

The National Green Tribunal today cracked the whip on individuals causing noise pollution in the city and announced a fine of Rs 5,000 on those using pressure horns and removing silencers from thei

Unhindered use of pressure horns is a source of serious noise pollution, the National Green Tribunal today said while imposing ban on on them in all vehicles in the national capital.

After prohibiting construction and repair within one metre radius of trees, the National Green Tribunal has directed Delhi Development Authority (DDA) to submit progress reports on deconcretisation