The water shortage continued on Thursday , as Haryana didn't release the promised quantity of water (200 cusecs) on Wednesday .

The Delhi high court on Thursday took suo motu cognisance of a TOI report highlighting release of poisonous substances into groundwater from polluting industrial units in northeast Delhi's Mustafab

A bench of Justices S. Ravindra Bhat and Pratibha M. Singh said that instead of the court giving directions from time to time to curb air pollution.

E-waste is generated when old mobile phones, computers, laptops, TV sets, and other electronic and electrical material become obsolete

The Anand Vihar railway station has been ranked fifth cleanest among the A1 category stations surveyed in the latest Swachh Railway Report — the cleanest in the capital ahead of its more heralded r

On Tuesday, counsels for Delhi government, Union government and the three civic bodies were present before the court.

The study, conducted by the Sir Gangaram Hospital, has found that 52.9 per cent of the 151 patients analysed “had one or more co-existing medical conditions” and mortality was found in 8 per cent o

The expert committee “admitted in the report that it did not know the condition of the site before the event”

The National Green Tribunal NGT) on Monday directed a panel from the All India Institute of Medical Science (AIIMS) to study the impact of the Tughlakabad chemical leak on the children who were aff

Order of the National Green Tribunal in the matter of Vardhaman Kaushik Vs. Union of India & Ors. dated 15/05/2017. This Application is moved from the President’s Secretariat for permission to get diesel BS-IV compliant 2149cc Ambulance bearing Chassis No. MC1E4CLA7HP043880 and Engine No. D61002858 to be registered in Delhi. NGT grants permission for registering of the BS-IV Compliant vehicle as it is used for medical purpose and directs the R.T.O. (Regional Transport Office) to register the same in accordance with law.