Concerned over the deteriorating air quality in Delhi and the National Capital Region, the Environment Ministry has amended laws and formally tasked a Supreme Court-appointed panel with implementin

The environment ministry seems to be dragging its feet on the graded response plan despite the Supreme Court's order to notify the same in the wake of the rising air pollution.

Question raised in Rajya Sabha on Recommendations of Centre for Science and Environment Committee, 05/12/2016. The important recommendations of the Sunita Narain Committee on alleged damage to ecology and mangroves by Adani Port and SEZ Ltd. at Mundra are detailed in Annexure. M/s Adani Port and SEZ Ltd.

Penguin India on Monday announced that it has acquired Sunita Narains "Conflicts of Interest: My Journey through Indias Green Movement", a personal account of one of Indias foremost environmentalis

Order of the Supreme Court of India in the matter of M. C. Mehta Vs Union of India & Others dated 25/11/2016 regarding rising air pollution in Delhi NCR. Ranjit Kumar Solicitor General pursuant to Supreme Court Order dated 10th November, 2016 presented before the Apex Court a draft of graded responses to different levels of pollution. A copy of the responses, as proposed in the said Draft, has been handed over to counsel opposite and Sunita Narayan to enable her to look into the matter and suggest such improvements and changes as may be considered necessary and feasible.

The Delhi government may move the Supreme Court seeking waiver of the environment compensation charge (ECC) on commercial vehicles entering the Capital in view of the cash crunch being faced by dri

In view of loss of income to daily wage labourers, Delhi Lt Governor Najeeb Jung lifted the ban

In the wake of rising levels of air pollution in the national capital, environmentalist Vimlendu Jha on Wednesday said both the Centre as well as the state government have failed to provide better

The Supreme Court on Tuesday directed the Centre to come up with a plan within 48 hours to deal with high levels of pollution and smog in the National Capital.

At the end of the court hearing, the Centre sought 48 hours to come up with a plan to tackle air pollution in the city