Order of the National Green Tribunal in the matter of Manoj Mishra Vs Union of India & Others dated 25/07/2019. Recharge of groundwater from Palla to Wazirabad in Delhi by creating water bodies and reservoirs in Yamuna flood plain area came up for consideration before the NGT on July 25, 2019. This would help in retaining excess flood water of the river during the monsoon season according to the application filed by the Irrigation and Flood Control Department of Delhi Government.

Order of the National Green Tribunal in the matter of Jitender Dhir Vs Unin of India & Others dated 25/07/2019 regarding illegal construction by the Delhi Development Authority in the area recorded as green belt in Mayapuri, Delhi despite objection of the Deputy Conservator of Forest on 03.12.2015.

Also opposes DJB’s pleas regarding water shortage in Capital

NEW DELHI: In line with the Delhi government’s solar policy initiatives, power distributer Tata Power-DDL on Saturday organised an event ‘Solarise Shakurbasti’ to promote the use of rooftop solar p

Expressing dissatisfaction over action taken by the Delhi government against unauthorised industrial activities, the NGT has asked the Delhi government to deposit Rs 25 crore with the CPCB for its

The NGT order said Rs 10 crore performance guarantee deposited by the Delhi, Haryana and UP governments each, and Rs 50 lakh by DPCC “may have to be forfeited” for not implementing its directions.

Order of the National Green Tribunal in the matter of Birender Sangwan Vs North Delhi Municipal Corporation & Others dated 19/07/2019 regarding unscientific dumping of garbage on the roads in absence of any effective mechanism by the Municipal Corporations of Delhi as per the provisions of Solid Waste Management Rules, 2016 and constitutional obligation of the said Corporations under Article 243W read with Schedule XII to the Constitution.

In the context of the ongoing deliberation on Draft Parking Rules and Guidelines framed by the Delhi Government, the Hon’ble Supreme Court in its order dated 8.7.2019 has directed Environment Pollution (Prevention and Control) Authority (EPCA) to “submit opinion/proposal/report within two weeks.

The issue for consideration is compliance of the judgment by the Supreme Court in M.C. Mehta vs. Union of India & Ors: (2004) directing shifting/closing of industrial activities falling under category ‘F’ of the Master Plan of Delhi, 2001. Aggrieved by the inaction of the authorities on the subject, petitions were filed in the Delhi High Court alleging that unauthorized industrial activities which included handling of plastic and its illegal disposal by way of burning, etc. were continuing. The proceedings were transferred to the Tribunal. 

Warns municipal officials that they will not get salaries if civic bodies fail to deposit amount

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