Work on a Rs 1,357.71-crore plan to lay an interceptor sewer along three major drains to control pollution in the Yamuna is expected to start on June this year and will be completed in 36 months, a Delhi Jal Board (DJB) affidavit in the Supreme Court said on Monday.

The DJB, represented by Solicitor General Gopal Subramanium in the Supreme Court, said the proposal for laying the interceptor sew

New Delhi: An interactive model of a house with details of which activity consumes how much water and a machine that will tell you how much of your body weight comprises of water are just some of the exhibits at the water and waste water gallery that was launched at the National Science Centre on Tuesday.

Gaurav Vivek Bhatnagar

The Delhi government

Having collected Rs 625 crore as revenue in the last fiscal, the Delhi Jal Board (DJB) on Thursday approved its total annual budget of Rs 1,624.37 crore for 2010-11.

Clean-up can

New Delhi: With the Delhi government setting aside Rs 1,500 crore for water and sanitation in its budget, Delhiites can expect an improved water supply in the coming year. However, the main project that promises water to Delhi and on which the government has spent nearly Rs 315 crore, continues to be a sore point between Delhi and Haryana.

Yamuna can

NEW DELHI, March 14: In a fresh bid to revive the dying river Yamuna in the capital, Delhi government has now come up with a somewhat unprecedented proposal. It wants the upper riparian states too to take responsibility for ensuring that the 22-km long stretch of the river flowing through the capital remains pollution-free.

After working towards cleaning the Yamuna since 1993 in two phases of the Yamuna Action Plan, the government is now proposing Yamuna Action Plan-III (YAP-III), seeking a loan of Rs 833 crore from the Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA).