25 May 2016
Beijing: Chinese capital Beijing will implement the world's new strictest vehicle emission standards by next year to reduce hazardous hydrocarbon emissions by five percent, authorities said today.
22 May 2016
Imphal: Torrential rains in the past few days triggered landslides, swelling of rivers and inundated low lying areas in Manipur's hill districts.
03 May 2016
New Delhi: The Delhi Jal Board (DJB) was today taken to task over construction of a sewage treatment plant by the National Green Tribunal which warned its officials not to play a "smart game" on the issue concerning pollution in river Yamuna.
23 Mar 2015
New Delhi: The government has promised to bring the Yamuna under the Environment Protection Act within two months to ensure "free flow of the river".
04 Dec 2015
Agra:In a novel protest to highlight the pollution in Yamuna river, the city activists rowed a boat in the 'dry' river. The activists lamented that despite tall promises, nothing had been done for one of the holiest Indian rivers, which remains highly polluted and dry for most part of the year.
04 May 2016
New Delhi: When it comes to Indian rivers, the first pictures that come to mind are Ganga and Yamuna rivers in a sorry state, looking more like drains. But, in the North-East, there is a panoramic water body that boasts of crystal clear water and makes for a pleasant sight.
03 May 2016
Mexico city: Mexico City officials issued a new air pollution alert, meaning that 40 percent of vehicles will be banned today, while industries will be required to cut emissions.
09 Mar 2016
New Delhi: The National Green Tribunal questioned the Centre as to why no environmental clearance is required for erecting structures in Yamuna Flood plains for Sri Sri Ravi Shankar's Art of Living three-day 'World Culture Festival'.
11 Mar 2016
New Delhi: The National Green Tribunal today gave three weeks to Art of Living (AoL) to pay environmental compensation of Rs.5 crore for holding World Culture Festival on the Yamuna floodplains in Delhi.
03 May 2016
New Delhi: The National Green Tribunal today rapped the Delhi Police asking why it has not taken any action against vehicles more than 15 years old from plying on the roads in the national capital.