As part of its contribution to World Environment Day, ride-hailing app Uber has released a ‘Green Index’, which showed that with the launch of uberPOOL, it has effectively managed to reduce congest

Deadly ozone has raised its ugly head in Delhi and NCR and without a time bound implementation strategy and preventive action this can deepen into a serious public health crisis.

A small house on wheels with all the electrical appliances used in a typical household — but all powered by rooftop solar panels and within approachable budget — the Solar Comet was flagged off on

The soaring mercury level has pushed Delhi's power demand to an all-time high.

NEW DELHI: Cases of dengue continue to increase in spite of high temperature.

Hot loo winds sweeping in from Rajasthan scorched Delhi-NCR on Sunday , sending the mercury shooting up to a blistering 47 degrees Celsius at Palam.

NEW DELHI: With temperatures soaring, the city is ever so eager in its wait for the monsoon.

Already dealing with the high particulate matters in the air, the national capital this summer has witnessed an alarming build-up of ozone, a Centre for Science and Environment (CSE) study said on

Gurgaon: It may be in the news for the wrong reasons, but climate change is a topic whose urgency increases with every passing day, week and month.

Delhi has witnessed significant ozone build-up this summer, adding to the public health risk -- shows a latest analysis done by Centre for Science and Environment (CSE). Building up to the World Environment Day, CSE has analysed the real-time air quality data available from the key monitoring locations of Delhi Pollution Control Committee for the summer months of 2016 and 2017. This shows ozone pollution in the city is worsening progressively with the onset of summer.

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