NEW DELHI: With Haryana missing its water share deadline on Monday, the capital continues to witness 40-50 MGD shortage in supply and complaints continue to pour in from areas in south and west Del

NEW DELHI: The Supreme Court on Wednesday said the dispute between Haryana and Delhi over sharing of Yamuna water should be adjudicated by the Upper Yamuna River Board which is a statutory body set

NEW DELHI: The Central Pollution Control Board has claimed that Sonia Vihar and Ghonda Gujran, proposed sites for landfills in east Delhi, are not on the river Yamuna floodplain.

EDMC commissioner Ranbir Singh said, “The matter is sub judice. The corporation has raised its objection to the decision but the final decision will be taken by the court.”

AGRA: Decrease in the quantity of water released from the Gokul barrage and a dry Yamuna, which is being nearly reduced to a sewage drain, residents in the city are facing acute water crisis for th

Order of the Supreme Court of India in the matter of Sureshwar D Sinha & Others Vs Union of India & Others dated 24/04/2018 regarding supply of water to Delhi. The Chief Secretary of Haryana assures that there will be no reduction in the supply of Water to Delhi.

Supreme Court wants a meeting to be convened between the State of Haryana and Delhi for resolving of issues pending between the states with regard to the supply of water.

Order of the National Green Tribunal in the matter of Citizen Welfare Society Vs. State of Uttar Pradesh & Others dated 13/04/2018 regarding untreated waste being discharge in River Yamuna, Mathura, Uttar Pradesh.

NGT directs District Magistrate, Mathura to file an affidavit mentioning the total number of STPs in City of Mathura, when was it established, its capacity, whether these STPs are equipped with updated technology and how much of waste is being treated by the STPs in the City of Mathura.

AGRA: With green and black patches again emerging on the iconic Taj due to insect attack, the ASI is once again set to start mud pack treatment on the monument.

Agra: Major leaks in many as 25 spots on water pipelines result in wastage of thousands of litres of water in the city every day, according to sources in the Jal Sansthan department.

Green tribunal asks panel to submit a report by the first week of April

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