NEW DELHI: Three new air quality monitoring stations are likely to go live in Delhi on Thursday.
Measures like diversion of school buses and a limit on private vehicles have been proposed
Judgement of the National Green Tribunal in the matter of Omesh Saigal Vs Government of NCT of Delhi & Others dated 04/10/2017 regarding noise pollution because of vehicles affecting the health of residents of Panchshila Park Area, Delhi.
An expert committee had, in April this year, told the NGT that Rs 42.02 crore would be required to restore the Yamuna floodplains, which was ravaged due to a cultural extravaganza organised by AOL.
New Delhi: The death toll due to swine flu in Delhi has touched 12, as per the latest data released by the health ministry. The number of people affected by the viral influenza is 2,798.
The number of dengue cases reported till September 23 was 3,109. Of the total 3,865 dengue cases, 1,807 affected people were residents of Delhi, while the rest were from other states.
NEW DELHI: In just seven days, Delhi has reported 342 fresh cases of dengue, taking the total to 1,807, the latest reports by anti-malaria headquarters of the civic bodies stated.
Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Delhi has told the National Green Tribunal (NGT) that raising the height of the peripheral wall around the IGI airport here may not result in reducing noise pol
Dengue, chikungunya, malaria, the flu – there are all sorts of possibilities. However, the good news is that they are very much preventable.
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