The massive fire in Outer Delhi’s Bawana industrial area that killed 17 workers and left several injured has brought the spotlight back on the functioning of municipal bodies which have been granti
The North Delhi Municipal Corporation under which the firecracker factory in Bawana caught fire on Saturday, killing 17 workers trapped inside it, did not have a "working license", a senior officer
NEW DELHI: LED and electronic panels installed at major traffic intersections across the capital, which usually display road safety tips, will now also show real-time air quality data and health ad
Citing the latest data released by the Central Pollution Control Board (CPCB), Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia on Wednesday claimed that there is a sharp fall in pollution levels in the nation
GURUGRAM: Haryana State Pollution Control Board (HSPCB) has missed its December 2017 deadline to set up a second ambient air quality monitoring station in the city.
The Delhi Pollution Control Committee (DPCC) has accused civic authorities of allowing industries to operate in residential areas of the national capital without mandatory clearances.
NEW DELHI: All Industrial units in the capital only have time till March 15 to switch to piped natural gas (PNG) from the other fuel sources being used currently, Delhi's environment department has
The value on the air quality index (AQI) at 6 pm was recorded at 410.
NEW DELHI: The capital woke up to a thick blanket of fog on the first day of the new year with the mercury plummeting to 5.7 degrees Celsius — the season's lowest.
There are currently three pollution plans for Delhi and while one of them is officially in play, there is little or no understanding of what is to be done with the other pollution plans.
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