16 Feb 2012

Delhi needs to critically rethink its move to abandon roof top solar scheme

17 Oct 2011

With generous dispensing of cheap diesel to rich car owners, the  government has finally turned the market around.  Media is abuzz with the Petroleum Planning and Analysis Cell’s report. It says the diesel consumption growth rate at 6.4 per cent has outstripped that of petrol at 4.5 per cent. Petrol price hikes have made the fuel price gap gape wider and add to diesel’s lure.

21 May 2011

‘We want free parking…..’ is the petulant tantrum of the rich in Delhi. Read this news…The trader association of one of the most happening, and upmarket area in Delhi – Khan Market has moved the High Court to oppose the orders of the Environment Pollution (Prevention and Control) Authority to charge for parking.

The New Delhi Municipal Corporation (NDMC) has said that the only way Khan Market can undergo complete redevelopment would be if it takes a page out of the Panchkuian Road model, which involved the relocation of 220 furniture shops to the Delhi Metro

Petition terming proximity to colony as eco-hazard submitted to Ramesh

Residents of Sukhdev Vihar in South Delhi are up in arms against a waste-to-energy plant coming up 150 metres away from the colony

Following the Municipal Corporation of Delhi's recent findings of 18 per cent contamination in the Delhi Jal Board's water samples, the Health Committee of the civic body that had commissioned the earlier survey has written to all councillors to furnish details of water contamination complaints from the people.

MCD Public Health and Medical Relief Committee chairman Dr V. K.

MCD Health Committee chairman VK Monga and Delhi BJP chief Vijender Gupta on Thursday criticised the Delhi Jal Board for its failure to provide potable water to Delhiites.

With summers arriving in the city soon, the Municipal Corporation of Delhi (MCD) on Wednesday said it will procure chemicals, biolarvicides and other material to prevent mosquito-breeding.

The Standing Committee of the MCD has approved four proposals for purchase of chemicals to prevent vector-breeding