In the continuing drive against

The Delhi government backtracks by allowing polluting industries to reopen

Forced by the Supreme Court, authorities crack down on industries that pollute the Yamuna river. Over 200 units are sealed; 900 more face closure

Delhi chief minister Sheila Dikshit has said that the city government will soon approach the Supreme Court (SC) to seek more time for relocation of industries. She added that the process of shifting

The Delhi high court has pulled up authorities at the Safdarjung Hospital and said that the hospital premises must be cleaned within two weeks. A three-member committee of advocates, comprising

Most of Delhi s urban elite suffer from this disease which makes them rationally irrational . The disease is accompanied by finger pointitis and selfishitis too

The Indian Oil Corporation, a public sector company, was reluctant to provide clean diesel to Delhi when asked by the Supreme Court. But after a private sector industrial group, Reliance, offered to supply it, the company rushed to do the same. The pu

After dragging its feet over the

With the deadline for converting its entire bus fleet to compressed natural gas drawing near, the Delhi Transport Corporation looks for excuses and more time to meet its target as it plays into the hands of the diesel lobby

DTC Private Total number of buses at present 2,522 2,978 * Total number of buses more than eight-years-old by March 31, 2000 1,848 1,030 Total number of buses by April 1,