The damage done to Delhi Transport Corporation (DTC) buses on Wednesday at Janakpuri and Inderlok poves that how vulnerable the public transport in the capital is.
The number of buses in Delhi has decreased over the years. In the 1980s, there were 57 buses for every one lakh Delhiites. By 2007-08 the figure had fallen to 34, and today it stands at just 25.
MANALI: The trial run of CNG bus to the Rohtang Pass from Manali was done successfully on Tuesday.
The National Green Tribunal today questioned the Delhi government's proposal to deploy 10,000 new DTC buses in the wake of alarming proportions of air pollution in the capital and directed it to co
In order to cuts costs and increase profitability, and also to reduce pollution, Goa's state-run Kadamba transport corporation (KTC) is studying the possibility of converting its buses from diesel
The National Green Tribunal has hit out at the Delhi government for failing to take steps to implement the measures the tribunal had set out to improve the capital's poor air quality.
The National Green Tribunal today directed the Delhi government to submit a report on the proposal to ban all diesel vehicles, which are more than 10 years old, in the national capital.
The National Green Tribunal has pulled up the Delhi Government for its lackadaisical approach in implementing the green panel’s directions to curb vehicular pollution in the Capital.
The Delhi govt was pulled up for its lackadaisical approach in implementing the green panel's directions to curb vehicular pollution
The Delhi Transport Corporation has come under fire from National Green Tribunal after it failed to submit a compliance report on inspection of its buses by a team constituted by the Central Pollut
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