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The figures say it all. The Capital is currently facing its worst dengue season since 1996 with the city reporting 10,683 cases - Delhi: 9,058, outside: 1,625.

Order of the National Green Tribunal (Principal Bench, New Delhi) in the matter of S.K. Goyal, Secretary, Dwarka Forum V/s Commissioner, SDMC & Ors. dated 20/03/2015 regarding management and handling of waste in Dwarka, Delhi.

To keep up with the Prime Minister’s Clean India campaign, the three corporations in the national capital are planning to bring back small dustbins on the city’s arterial roads, busy markets and re

Judgement of the Delhi High Court in the matter of Delhi Waste Management Limited Vs Municipal Corporation Of Delhi dated 20/02/2015 regarding four advertisements displayed on two Waste Storage Depots - Dhalaos (structures constructed for collection of waste) situated opposite Okhla, New Delhi and near Sant Nagar, New Delhi. The petitioner was also called upon to pay damage charges of `2,07,000/- for the month of May 2011 with respect to the aforesaid advertisements.

Judgement of the National Green Tribunal (Principal Bench, New Delhi) in the matter of Sanjay Kumar V/s Union of India & Ors. dated 10/11/2014 regarding non-forest activity going on central ridge area of New Delhi. The applicant has approached this Tribunal for protection of the forest area and environment, particularly, in relation to the central ridge area of New Delhi,falling under the jurisdiction of New Delhi Municipal Corporation (NDMC).

NEW DELHI: South Delhi Municipal Corporation has allocated Rs 5 lakh for sanitation work in each ward, along with repair of 410 toilet blocks.

An advisory panel to devise sanitation strategy in slums has been constituted.

Question raised in Rajya Sabha on work relating to covering of Taimur Nagar drain, 06/08/2014.

The National Green Tribunal (NGT) on Tuesday reserved its final orders on two applications, one with regard to dumping of waste and debris and encroachment in the Yamuna’s floodplains, and the othe

Of the 1,012 water bodies in Delhi, as many as 349 have reportedly dried up and 165 have been encroached upon.

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