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Excessive pollution is threatening to put Nepal's picturesque Pokhara out of the tourist map. The panoramic view of the snow-clad Himalayas from the valley is fast fading. Industrial and vehicular

The war of words between the Centre and the Delhi Government may be making people apprehensive about the success of the upcoming Delhi Metro Rail project, but a study conducted on traffic and

The Delhi Electricity Regulatory Commission has admitted the application of the Delhi Metro Rail Corporation for granting it the status of a distribution company (DISCOM), thereby paving the way for

While resenting the supply of subsidised power to the Delhi Metro Rail Corporation, the private power distribution companies have claimed down from their stand to provide electricity to the project

The Urban Development Minister, Mr. Annath Kumar, today indicated that the Centre would shortly propose a plan of rail-based public transport for 35 large cities with the Union and State Governments

Bangladesh's capital Dhaka is facing an acute transport crisis. With its 12,000 two-stroke autorickshaws and tempos being sent off the road, there are no vehicles to replace the banned fleet.

The Delhi state government, with assistance from the Centre, would soon formulate a policy to control the cycle-rickshaw traffic. This policy, that will be chalked out in a month, will aim at

Believe it or not, Karnataka's public transport system - despite all its shortcomings - is better than those in more other states. At least that's what a recently published Public Affairs Centre

The Union Cabinet approved the promulgation of an Ordinance on the operation and maintenance of the over 12,000 crore Delhi Metro, spelling out functions of its administration and conferring on it

The Delhi state government has put together an 'action-oriented' transport policy to regulate the ever- increasing traffic in the city. The policy to be announced includes general and specific