The Delhi Government’s Department of Environment has been instructed to keep a close eye on the Delhi Metro as roughly 15,000 trees are expected to be felled under Phase-III of constructions.
The super speciality cancer institute proposed to be set up here will have in-house facilities for research, educational programmes and training of medical and para-medical personnel.
The government, on Monday, said power surplus States could transfer surplus electricity to ones grappling with shortage through a new system.
With differences over the operation and maintenance (O&M) charges and the gross heat rate issues in the power purchase agreement (PPA) sorted out, NTPC is all set to ink agreement for the execu
While India is seeking a joint mechanism with China for better transparency about 39 project sites that the latter is reported to have identified on tributaries of the Brahmaputra, including seven
To help urban poor go to health facilities after working hours, urban primary health centres, planned under the National Urban Health Mission (NUHM), will function from noon to 8 p.m.
Lathi maar maar ke utha lehale anshan wahe/ daktar sahib soochna pahuchain naye mukhyamantri se bataiye da/ hum aapan zamin na dewai/ hame na chahi kuch tumhara .
The North Delhi Municipal Corporation, among all the three municipal corporations, is the most affected by the problem of polluted water supply.
Haryana has agreed to release more raw water to Delhi from Tajewala out of the share of Uttar Pradesh in the Yamuna and this would help the Capital city in generation of more water at its Sonia Vih
Suicide rates among Indian farmers were a chilling 47 per cent higher than they were for the rest of the population in 2011.
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