With creating awareness of environment among people, the Delhi Chief Minister, Mrs Sheila Dikshit, today exhorted them to come forward to preserve and conserve environment of the earth planet. She further exhorted them to make rational use of natural resources to ensure better future. She said that her government would introduce water-harvesting scheme in 205 schools in the Capital for which an amount of Rs 40 crore has been earmarked.

Delhi Chief Minister Sheila Dikshit on Thursday said that energy efficiency and renewable technologies would have to go hand-in-hand to overcome present power shortage. She appealed to all concerned persons in the Capital to ensure that Delhi emerged as the greenest city not only due to the greenery as a result of trees but also because of a paradigm shift towards greater use of green energy.

Rural areas account for over 60% of all deaths; Delhi may have highest number of fatalities but has one of the lowest number of deaths per 10,000 vehicles: 4.8

The landfill site being developed by the Municipal Corporation of Delhi at Jaitpur near Badarpur will become operational by December.

25 Terming the Dr A K Walias Budget an election speech rather than a budget, Leader of the Opposition Jagdish Mukhi today slammed the government in this connection.

To counter the growing problem of waste disposal in the Capital, the Municipal Corporation of Delhi is developing ultramodern sanitary landfill sites at three locations in Jaitpur, Narela-Bawana and B

The Leader of the Opposition in the Delhi Assembly, Jagdish Mukhi, on Tuesday termed the Delhi Budget presented by Finance Minister A. K.

The acute shortage of beds in Delhi government hospitals claimed the life of 28-year-old vegetable vendor Vijay Kumar on Sunday.

With construction of Delhi Metro's second phase on full-stream, and the first section between Dilshad Garden and Shahdara up for completion by the year-end, the state budget has allocated a sum of R

Delhi finance minister Dr A K Walia has done a P Chindambaram act in this election year budget by waiving off the Delhi Vidyut Board-era arrears to the tune of Rs 2,539 crore.