The English said it before. And the Australians have said it now. But the fact remains that New Delhi continues to display its polluted profile to visiting cricketers, so much so that the Australian

Caught in a paradoxical situation, Hotel Maurya Sheraton retracts its plan of installing a pyrolator

LACK of proper knowledge about poisoning and the use of antidotes leads to a number of deaths in the sub-continent. Now the first National Poisons Information Centre has been set up at the All

In an order passed on April 9, the Supreme Court of India gave an ultimatum to all 28 industrial areas in the National Capital Territory of Delhi to either chip in their share of the fund for

The National Physical Laboratory (NPL), Delhi, has developed lien acoustic sounder to facilitate remote sensing facility for measuring meteorological data and forecast pollution

Following a Delhi High Court decision in 1994 in a civil writ, the ministry of environment and forests has set up a 7- member high power committee to preserve and protect the nation's

An automobile mechanic solves a dusty riddle

The residents of an unauthorised colony in Delhi battle all odds for a cleaner life

Close on the heels of a Supreme Court directive to relocate Delhi's most polluting industries comes a Gujarat High Court judgement ordering the closure of 70 industries in the Gujarat

Officials from the ministry of environment and forests and the Delhi government have been issued show cause notices by the Delhi High Court. The reason: their inability to care for the