With the monsoon hitting the national Capital, Lieutenant Governor (L-G) Anil Baijal chaired a review meeting at the Raj Niwas directing the concerned agencies to intensify vector-control measures.
Hitting-out at the AAP for accusing him of 'misguiding' people over the plan to cut down over 16,500 trees, Union Environment Minister Harsh Vardhan on Wednesday said the permission to fell trees w
Dog bites, money bites have become a menace in Delhi. According to a data, 19 people lost their lives due to animal bites between 2016 and 2018.
According to NBCC officials, strict instructions have been given to contractors not to cut any trees till July 4.
Allergies have hit a high ever since the dust storm in the national Capital added to the already polluted air.
‘You know the effect it would have... Can Delhi afford it today,’ asks HC about cutting over 16,500 trees
At least 11 fresh cases of malaria have been reported during the past week in Delhi, pushing the total number of people affected by the vector-borne disease this season to 40, according to a munici
Dengue and chikungunya aren’t the only mosquito-borne diseases people in Delhi need to be wary of.
NEW DELHI: The Environment Ministry said on Monday a committee of experts would be formed to look into the technological advances, including application of satellite-based measurement, to improve a
The AAP has joined a citizens’ campaign to stop the tree felling. Party spokesperson Saurabh Bharadwaj said the government will not give its nod for tree felling anymore.
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