The Council for the India School Certificate Examinations (CISCE) has announced revised dates for the remaining ICSE and ISC exams.
The stagnation in the sector is caused by auctions and power purchase agreements (PPAs) to rising costs and payment delays.
122 non-attainment cities have been asked to reduce particulate pollution by 20-30 percent by 2024 from 2017 levels.
Authorities in Delhi seek to tackle worsening air quality with odd-even scheme, green crackers and free masks, but experts unsure of execution
Declaring a war of sorts, both the Delhi state government and the Centre have come up with plans at various levels to firefight the air pollution menace in the National Capital Region
'India is open defecation free': Experts question govt claim, say scheme is ‘archaic’, people might slip back to their old habit
Experts questioned the government's claim of the country becoming open defecation free
COP24: Civil society groups term Katowice draft 'weak'; developing nations demand more funds to fight climate change
Civil society organisations from India as well as other countries have dubbed the draft rulebook released at COP24, UN Conference on Climate Change, in Katowice, Poland, as weak and inadequate to fight the challenges that the world faces
While UN Chief will have no direct role in the negotiations, his presence was expected to help nudge the talks towards a positive conclusion
Shimla sees improvement in water availability six months after crisis, but winter may offer reality check
It is high time to look at possible solutions to the problem of the shortage of drinking water in Shimla, especially in the light of global concern about climate change.
Electric vehicles could arrest pollution in Delhi, but without ecosystem, AAP's plan may end up being another unfulfilled promise
If the AAP government is determined to seriously tackle the growing pollution menace in Delhi, it has to ensure developing an ecosystem without delay, so that the draft electric vehicle policy doesn't appear like another political announcement
Forest fires in India grew by 1.5 times in 6 years; dry spells due to increased warming may cause more incidents, say experts
Experts believe that long dry periods, especially during winter and the pre-monsoon period, caused by increased warming, is a significant factor for more forest fires.
Mumbai realises gravity of plastic menace during monsoon, says BMC; for ban to succeed, civic body needs to ensure people accept law
The plastic ban undoubtedly has promise, and effective waste management, disposal and recycling can take us a step closer to bringing down pollution levels.
Delhi government's plan to install carbon cutters gathers dust; project was aimed at curbing air pollution
A pilot project initiated by the Delhi government to control air pollution has failed to make any headway three months after its inception.
DTC buses lost 17 lakh commuters in last four years; environment body says fleet may get defunct by 2025
Warning that DTC may not have any working buses left in 2025 if no new vehicles are added to its fleet, a CSE report said that it has lost about 17 lakh daily passengers
Will Haryana dilute Natural Conservation Zone, forest tags for Aravallis? NCR Planning Board meeting today
The natural conservation zone tag ensures that the Aravallis is earmarked for conservation, rather than real estate. Construction is allowed only for 0.5%. Haryana has been constantly trying to remove this cap.
Anil Dave, Chandra Bhushan awarded UN Environment 'ozone award' for contributions to Montreal Protocol
Late Union Environment Minister Anil Dave and CSE Deputy Director Chandra Bhushan have been conferred with awards by the United Nations Environment
Even as the air quality in the National Capital Region, including Delhi, recorded an improvement, increased stubble burning in the western Punjab districts despite the National Green Tribunal directions continues to pose a threat.
A green body on Tuesday called for the implementation of an emergency plan to address air pollution.
Delhi government wrote to the Centre requesting it to sprinkle water from choppers or any other aircraft to settle dust, a major source of air pollution in the city
Delhi, NCR hit alarming levels of Ozone pollution; 77 percent of days in May exceed CPCB prescribed limits
Ozone pollution has reached alarming levels in Delhi and NCR,Levels went from 19 percent to 77 percent in Feb-May period for days exceeding pollution limits
In the wake of excessive pollution, a few schools in the national capital region have declared holiday on Friday, while some others have suspended morning assembly and asked students to wear masks.