There are shiny, air-conditioned and arguably world-class metro trains operating in 10 Indian cities as we speak.

The National Green Tribunal has rapped the Delhi Pollution Control Committee and the municipal corporations over illegal dairies and condition of cattle in the city while slapping a fine of Rs 10 l

At least six dengue cases have been reported in Delhi this year, four of which were in March, even though the vector-borne disease is usually reported between July and November, according to a muni

Order of the Supreme Court of India in the matter of M. C. Mehta Vs Union of India & Other dated 29/03/2019 regarding parking policy in Delhi. The Apex Court directs that a copy of the report (Parking Management Plan for Residential Areas in Delhi) be supplied to A.N.S. Nadkarni, Additional Solicitor General of India, counsel for the Delhi Development Authority (DDA), Delhi Police, Municipal Corporations of Delhi (All Zones) including Delhi Cantonment Board. Let them submit concrete plan as to parking places.

The number of deliveries in private and government hospitals in Delhi has increased by 14% in the last five years, the directorate of family welfare (DFW) has stated in response to an RTI.

Deteriorating air quality being a major concern in India, Magneto CleanTech has come up with a product that traps bacteria and germs.

The Hon’ble Supreme Court directed on 6.3.2019 that a joint meeting of EPCA, Municipal bodies, secretaries of the transport department and Delhi Police and other incumbents/functionaries be convened to prepare a parking plan for providing both residential and commercial parking and to find out as to what kind of parking – spiral type or other, c

Fixing Delhi's air quality requires a deep understanding of the sources that contribute to air pollution. Despite multiple source apportionment studies specific to Delhi NCR, policymakers can’t design an effective action plan due to varying estimates.

Order of the National Green Tribunal in the matter of Mahesh Chandra Saxena Vs Govt. of NCT of Delhi & Other dated 28/03/2019 regarding installation of rainwater harvesting systems in all the schools and colleges (private or government) in NCT Delhi. This review application has been filed in relation to orders dated 30.01.2019 and 22.02.2019 for compliance of the order dated 16.11.2017. The Order of 16.11.2017 had passed the following directions: 1.

Noida authority, Uttar Pradesh pollution board directed to take necessary steps

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