Delhi Government's move to ban plastic bags in the Capital got a boost with a city court slapping a fine of Rs 15,000 on a stationery trader for flouting the law.

The already highly polluted Yamuna faces a fresh threat of toxic elements during Navaratra festival when religious articles are immersed in the river.

The polluted waters of River YamunaThe government has not so far earmarked separate enclosures for dumping the materials as directed by the Delhi High Court.

After the Commonwealth Games floodlights have been switched off at the Thyagaraj Stadium, the complex will continue to light up around 1,800 homes.

The highlight venue of the

Gaurav Vivek Bhatnagar

Facing criticism for ugly traffic jams that brought many parts of the city to a standstill as the traffic lights stopped functioning due to recent heavy rains, the Traffic Police is in talks with Bharat Electronic Limited (BEL) to emulate Bangalore

Tiny indicator bulbs evolve into energy-saving lightings They have been around for over 50 years. First in colour

NEW DELHI: Stepping in to save Delhi

To be built on a public-private partnership basis
The plant will be located at Ghogha Dairy complex

The generation capacity of Bawana power project, which would play a crucial role in reducing Delhi

New Delhi: Delhi will switch off non-essential lights for one hour on Friday in a replay of the Earth Hour celebration on March 28 that saved 1,000 MW of power. Chief Minister Sheila Dikshit said: