Equitable distribution of water in Delhi is need of the hour. This was stated by the Chief Minister, Sheila Dikhit.
Struggling with the power crises and water shortage, presidents of different Residents Welfare Associations (RWAs) of posh Sushant Lok Phase-I and II, DLF Phase-1 and II, Sun City on Thursday appro
New Delhi: After the transport department sought views on a hike in parking rates, most people seemed to agree that a “proper” parking policy was needed.
Over 50 Resident Welfare Associations (RWAs) of south Delhi localities will hold a symbolic candle light march demanding to scrap the Bus Rapid Corridor which is responsible for causing perennial t
New Delhi: As the water crisis continues unabated, residents have been compelled to take desperate measures.
NewDelhi: Even as the capital faces an acute shortage of water in some areas and engages in a tug-of-war with bordering states, the monsoon — a major source of natural water — is round the corner.
Putting a serious question mark on Delhi government’s sincerity in resolving the issue of BRT mess, Delhi Transport Minister Arvinder Singh Lovely was conspicuously absent in the meeting of Delhi C
New Delhi: More than 10 years after rainwater harvesting was made compulsory in Delhi, chief minister Sheila Dikshit on Thursday accepted that it had not been successful.
New Delhi: People living in the capital want Delhi Development Authority to address the issue of parking in residential colonies in the revised master plan of Delhi.
Who is to be blamed for water scarcity during summer months? Are the developers making necessary arrangements for rainwater harvesting?
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