SHIMLA: The popular summer holiday-retreat township, also known for its Victorian architecture, is not the cleanest among all million plus and capital cities of India after all.
The Shimla MC has been asked to submit a report by February 4.
Taking a cue from Delhi, the Shimla authorities are contemplating implementing odd-even vehicle number scheme to regulate traffic and check pollution, an official said on Wednesday.
The National Green Tribunal (NGT) has directed the Himachal Pradesh government to take a slew of steps aimed at reducting air and noise pollution in the state capital.
‘Consider implementing one-way traffic on Cart Road and Circular Road’
SHIMLA: Other than tourists spots, Shimla, now has few "troubled" spots to add to the list. These spots are affected by monkeys,making areas in the city highly troublesome for the public.
Pulled up by the National Green Tribunal (NGT) over the messy solid waste management in the capital, the fund-starved Shimla Municipal Corporation (SMC) has zeroed in on the Rs 42 crore “waste to g
Voicing concern over rapid construction activity in Shimla and its adverse affect on the ecology, the National Green Tribunal has constituted an expert committee to study forests, sewage system, wa
SHIMLA: Himachal Pradesh high court on Monday directed the HC appointed committee to submit its report on Shimla airport within one week.
Himachal Pradesh high court Chief Justice Mansoor Ahmad Mir today flagged off the "clean Shimla drive" with a clarion call to make children aware about importance of cleanliness and environment.
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