NEW DELHI: A panel of experts set up by Delhi high court to look into the problem of solid waste management in the city has recommended change in the bylaws to include heavy fines for littering and

Commissioners ticked off for seeking an exemption

National Green Tribunal (NGT) may have rapped the Delhi government recently for not implementing the ban on plastic crockery, but the issue of plastic waste is anything but new and is unlikely to g

The High Court accepted recommendations of this expert committee report on long term action plan for waste management for Delhi and asked the municipal corporations of Delhi (MCDs) to submit waste management rules within two weeks.

Order of the National Green Tribunal in the matter of Vardhaman Kaushik Vs. Union of India & Others dated 28/07/2017 regarding registration of BS-IV compliant diesel trucks. Application filed by the Delhi Cantonment Board is allowed by the Tribunal subject to the condition that the diesel trucks of Delhi Cantonment Board which are 10 years old will not be used any more and they will be auctioned for the purpose of dismantling and/or being plied in the area outside of Delhi which have been identified as the area where the ambient air quality is within the prescribed standards.

The National Green Tribunal has rapped the Delhi government for not closing down steel pickling industries which are operating without permission in the national capital and gave it two weeks time

Apart from focussing on lifestyle ailments, the report also highlighted on the shortage of trained staff in MCD and government hospitals

This is the second time that the AIIMS panel has failed to submit its report despite direction from the NGT.

While Delhi is struggling hard to deal with the dengue and chikungunya menace, the rise in the cases of swine flu has put the entire nation on a red alert.

NEW DELHI: In about seven years, Indians would know to what extent air pollution may be impacting their lung function.

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