Ministry of Urban Development issued this Advisory to the states and the union territories on introduction of congestion charging in central business areas/congested areas in Indian cities.

London: A woman from Liverpool, who was suffering from an incurable liver cancer, was saved by using a tissue from a cow’s heart to rebuild her liver.

London Mayor Boris Johnson has called on the nation's capital to recycle this Christmas and save £3.5m in the process.

In 1965, health authorities in Camberwell, a bustling quarter of London's southward sprawl, began an unusual tally. They started to keep case records for every person in the area who was diagnosed with schizophrenia, depression, bipolar disorder or any other psychiatric condition. Decades later, when psychiatrists looked back across the data, they saw a surprising trend: the incidence of schizophrenia had more or less doubled, from around 11 per 100,000 inhabitants per year in 1965 to 23 per 100,000 in 1997 — a period when there was no such rise in the general population.

Short-term exposure to ozone has been associated with increased daily mortality. The shape of the concentration–response relationship—and, in particular, if there is a threshold—is critical for estimating public health impacts. 

During the week leading up to the Olympic Games, London experienced its worst ozone episode for six years.

London: A British NGO has made a unique appeal to the people: Wash clothes less often to save the planet.

A senior United Nations chief has praised the measures taken by the UK to ensure that the London Summer Olympic Games are environmentally sustainable.

From smooth newts living by the Tate Modern to common frogs across London, amphibians are widespread in the capital, but snakes and other reptiles are largely confined to its outer rings, the first

Greener Upon Thames warns that the Olympics could distribute hundreds of thousands of throwaway plastic bags