NEW DELHI: Residents of Sukhdev Vihar and other parts of Okhla met the environment minister Saurabh Bhardwaj, requesting him to shut down the controversial Okhla waste to energy plant that has allegedly been emitting high levels of air pollutants. Times of India, 1 month ago
Delhi's Okhla plant gets notice for air pollution in area - Economic Times, 1 month ago
Close all waste plants in residential areas, parliamentary body recommends - Times of India, 2 weeks ago
India Today Online New Delhi,March 4, 2014| UPDATED16:41 IST Shaheed Sukhdev College of Business Studies is recruiting for the post of Assistant Professors in various departments. Last date to send in applications is March 22, 2014. Vacancy ...India Today, 1 week ago
CBI unearths mammoth Rs 45,000-crore ponzi scheme, real-estate companies PACL, PGF involved in Delhi scam
CBI today claimed the documents recovered by it during searches at the premises of Delhi-based business groups PACL and PGF show they allegedly used ponzi scheme to cheat nearly five crore investors of Rs 45,000 rpt Rs 45,000 crore. In its case ...Financial Express, 1 week ago Real-Estate Cos' Ponzi Scam Worth Over Rs 45K Cr: CBI Outlook India, 1 week ago CBI unearths Rs 45,000 crore scam by Delhi realty company Times of India, 1 week ago Real-estate company's ponzi scam worth over Rs 45,000 crore: CBI Financial Express, 1 week ago
Government authorities have shown sheer callousness by failing to check hazardous emissions from a waste-to-energy plant in south Delhi, a parliamentary panel has said. The standing committee on urban development, in its latest report, has ...Hindustan Times, 2 weeks ago
NEW DELHI: National Green Tribunal has asked a private laboratory based in Hyderabad to monitor dioxin emissions at the Okhla waste-to-energy plant. The tribunal had recently told Delhi Pollution Control Committee and Central Pollution Control Board ...Times of India, 2 weeks ago
In Pictures: Delhi's 'Widow Colony' Residents of neighbourhood in India's capital are back in focus, as anti-Sikh riots of 1984 become political fodder. In Pictures: Mumbai's gay pride parade Thousands turned out in India's financial capital for the city'
In Pictures Residents of neighbourhood in India's capital are back in focus, as anti-Sikh riots of 1984 become political fodder. ...Al Jazeera, 1 month ago
Advertisement Every time Naintara Devraj gets up in the morning, she feels sick and groggy. Thick black smoke swirls around her residence at Sukhdev Vihar through the night. There is a perpetual, acrid smell in the air, like in a ...Hindustan Times, 1 month ago
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