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Delhi Government's ambitious project to provide uninterrupted water supply has come under CBI scanner which has initiated three enquiries relating to tender terms allegedly favouring one of the bidders, a charge denied by Delhi Jal Board. The agency
39 New Delhi: Displeased with a Delhi government report on illegal use of groundwater, National Green Tribunal Wednesday asked senior officials to appear before itself, along with the secretary of the state environment department, who were all part
Contrary to global efforts at restoring covered streams, the Delhi government's initiative to concretise and pave nallas is a misstep that will increase drainage problems and destroy vegetation Like millions of people living in Indian cities, my home
New Delhi's poor are hardest hit by the Indian city's inadequate water supply. In most of the city's unauthorized urban settlements, such as Sangam Vihar -- a crowded unauthorized urban settlement, home to about a million people -- the city
Gargi College shares a wall with Siri Fort, one of the seven cities of Delhi. Rajpur Cemetery, the final resting place of soldiers who died in the revolt of 1857. These are just two of several colleges under Delhi University (DU) located close to
Chief Minister Sheila Dikshit Monday identified water scarcity as the biggest challenge facing the national capital and cautioned that the situation may worsen in the next five years if concrete steps to address the issue are not taken.
The National Green Tribunal (NGT) has sought the Centre and Delhi government's responses on a plea alleging that water smuggling mafia is behind illegal bore wells in Delhi and authorities are either "hand-in-glove" with them or "turning a blind eye"
The Hindu The flooded underspass near the IGI airport in New Delhi. Photo: V.V.Krishnan On June 16, the Indira Gandhi International Airport recorded 117.8 mm of rainfall in four and a half hours between 1 p.m. and 5.30 p.m. The water-logging that
With assembly elections just three months away, Delhi government is all set to ease norms for development works in over 1,600 unauthorised colonies, home to around 40 lakh people and considered as traditional Congress vote bank . Besides easing norms
With the Delhi Jal Board (DJB) failing to give a clear picture regarding the number of tubewells in the capital, the National Green Tribunal (NGT) on Tuesday directed the DJB CEO to appear before it. A bench headed by NGT Chairperson Justice