On Wednesday Arvind Kejriwal had admitted that the scheme cannot be a long-term “remedy”

Registration of diesel taxis holding all India permits should not be renewed, the Supreme Court-appointed Environment Pollution (Prevention and Control) Authority has said in a recent a slew of pro

'Auto industry underplaying the toxic and cancer effects of diesel emissions’

Raising concerns over the rising number of diesel cars on Delhi roads, Centre for Science and Environment (CSE) chief Sunita Narain on Thursday criticised the automobile industry for "misleading" t

The Supreme Court has approved the reconstitution of Environment Pollution (Prevention and Control) Authority and though it will continue to headed by former bureaucrat Bhure Lal who has held the p

Rural populations across 13 States hit by multiple crisis, with food and fodder getting scarce

As testimonies of farmers’ distress from drought-hit regions of Maharashtra, Uttar Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh, Chhattisgarh, Telengana and Rajasthan were unfolded in the national Capital on Sunday, ex

Imposition of ‘odd-even’ car-rationing scheme in Delhi is a “consequence” of unsustainable urban development practices followed over the years.

PUNE: Even as cities plan for water supply sourced from locations that are far, they forget about managing the waste - the excreta and sludge that is generated.

Disasters challenge system capacities and human intelligence and in most cases bring out the best of human capabilities in dealing with sudden shock with creative and constructive thinking. This is particularly true of South Asia, an area which has experienced a disproportionate share of global disasters. The South Asian journey of recovery after disasters is a testament to the will and ingenuity its citizens, who despite insurmountable odds have managed to rebound after such catastrophes.