Soon, you won’t be able to refuel at a petrol pump in the capital if you don’t have a Pollution Under Control (PUC) certificate.
After the Additional Solicitor-General of India favoured making pollution control certificate mandatory for motorists at petrol pumps, the Environment department of the Delhi government has sent th
The district transport department has decided to launch a drive against vehicles flouting pollution norms. The department is planning surprise checks.
In order to ensure that polluting vehicles are off Delhi roads, the Delhi Government has decided to stop sale of diesel and petrol to vehicles which do not possess Pollution Under Control (PUC) cer
Vehicles which do not possess Pollution Under Control (PUC) certificates will not be provided diesel and petrol in the national capital from October 1.
The district traffic police on Thursday carried out a massive pollution checking drive against erring auto-rickshaws plying in the city.
New Delhi: Diesel vehicles are five to seven times more polluting than petrol vehicles, but enforcement on keeping their emissions low is the weakest in the capital.
NASHIK: The Regional Transport Office (RTO) has failed to carry out random pollution under control (PUC) tests on vehicles in Nashik district in the last two years.
New Delhi: The transport department as part of the crackdown on polluting vehicles has levied fines in the range of Rs 1,000 to Rs 2,000 to over 930 vehicle owners plying on Delhi’s streets in the
To curb the rapidly increasing vehicular population in the city, the Delhi Government is mulling a number of measures, including hefty hike in parking fees, introduction of congestion charges for e
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