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BT Online
New Delhi, March 8, 2017
A Rs 48,000-crore budget for the national capital was today presented by the AAP government, laying major focus on improving transport, health, water distribution and education infrastructure.
Sumant Banerji
February 22, 2017
The ministry has proposed a scheme that envisages various incentives with a cumulative benefit of Rs 5-6 lakh per vehicle for consumers to trade in their old vehicles.
Reuters
January 9, 2017
The Chinese government has promised to make greater use of police and law courts to prosecute companies and local officials responsible for exceeding emissions limits.
PTI
New Delhi, January 4, 2017
As per the proposal, there will be a flat fare of Rs 5 in all non-air-conditioned DTC and cluster buses and Rs 10 in all air-conditioned buses for a month.
Reuters
January 2, 2017
Pollution alerts are common in northern China, especially during winter when energy demand, much of it met by coal, soars.
Mail Today Bureau
New Delhi, January 2, 2017
Government to develop alternate modes of public transport for tier II cities.
BT Online
New Delhi, December 30, 2016
An increase of 1.19 lakh goods vehicles registered. In 2015-16,11,183 government and private buses added up to the total count of 43,723.
Vivek Vashishtha
Delhi, Edition:January 15, 2017
Globalisation, population growth and urbanisation are overwhelming transportation systems around the world.
Travis Kalanick
Delhi, Edition:January 15, 2017
But the problem is not so much cars themselves-it's how we use them.
BT Online
December 14, 2016
Taxi-service app Ola has announced a special fare for commuters using the service from metro stations in Delhi-NCR. Users will be able to hail a cab in the 'Ola Share' category at a flat rate of Rs. 50 from more than 150 metro stations.
Mail Today Bureau
New Delhi, November 21, 2016
After less than a week's respite, pollution levels in the city are on the rise again. With temperature in Delhi and NCR slipping to nearly 10 degrees Celsius, air quality levels have also begun to plunge.
PTI
United Nations, November 12, 2016
Delhi is a wake up call to the world on air pollution. It is a wake up call to all countries and cities where air pollution levels have resulted in death and illness amongst children.
Reuters
November 11, 2016
Telecoms operator Idea Cellular and others have allowed more employees to work at home, and hired buses so that car traffic is reduced - all at their own expense.
PTI
November 7, 2016
As the jury is out on the alarming levels of pollution in the national capital, Union Minister Nitin Gadkari today marked out oil companies for causing maximum damage to the environment and urged them to do their bit to maintain ecology.
Karan Dhar
November 7, 2016
As Delhi goes through its worst phase of consistent bad air quality, residents in the capital have been demanding immediate measures to curb city's unrelenting smog.
BT Online
New Delhi, November 7, 2016
The pollution is here to stay for another week and due to the lack of wind and precipitation there is no sign of respite.
PTI
New Delhi, November 7, 2016
The real-time readings of respirable pollutants PM 2.5 and PM 10 breached the safe standards by over 17 times at many places. The hourly AQI (air quality index) of monitoring stations run by CPCB and SAFAR remained 500 plus, which is beyond the maximum limit.
PTI
November 6, 2016
As Delhi-NCR chokes on post-Diwali pollution, demand for air purifiers has spiked with manufacturers such as Eureka Forbes, Blueair, Kent RO and Panasonic expecting up to four-fold jump in sales.
Reuters
November 5, 2016
The GST Council, set up to oversee the tax, agreed on a more steeply progressive structure for goods than earlier foreseen with rates of 5, 12, 18 and 28 percent, depending on the kind of product involved. The top rate, Jaitley said, would apply to the kind of goods bought by middle-class Indians.
BT Online
New Delhi, November 4, 2016
Despite the attempt towards a developed India, it is ironical that the capital itself is losing its charm as an ideal city to live in.
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