The proposal cleared by the SDMC says that according to Hinduism and Sikhism, eating halal meat is 'forbidden and against religion'
Doctors, nurses not the first to go on strike; Delhi's municipal corporations have a history of playing politics over salary dues
If one does the math, for a population of roughly 2 crore, at a rate of Rs 488 per person leading to an annual funding requirement of Rs 1,150 crore, the Delhi MCDs should be demanding at least Rs 12,000 crore from the Central Government
Used PPEs, gloves, masks pile up in Delhi crematoriums; lack of public awareness leaves city facing biomedical waste crisis
In Delhi, there has been no awareness building around COVID-generated biomedical waste and how to safely deal with it.
This is the first of the 75 charging stations to be installed across SDMC areas as per the agreement.
Provide medical facilities, good quality protective gear to safai karamchaaris, Delhi HC tells municipalities
The Delhi High Court directed the municipal corporations in Delhi to ensure that adequate medical facilities with regular check-ups and good quality protective gear are provided to its safai karamchaaris
'We've won the battle against dengue': Arvind Kejriwal says less than 1,100 cases, no deaths reported in capital this year
Kejriwal said that till last week, less than 1,100 reported cases of the disease and no deaths due to it were recorded during this year.
India vs Bangladesh: Civic agencies intensify water sprinkling around Arun Jaitley Stadium to curb pollution ahead of first T20I in Delhi
Questions have been raised over the rationale behind hosting the match in Delhi at a time when the national capital is battling post-Diwali air pollution
Delhi reported 83 cases of malaria and 34 of dengue this year; mosquito-breeding reported in 48,039 households
Over 80 cases of malaria have been reported in Delhi this year so far, more than double the number of people affected by dengue.
Delhi building collapse: Factory unit operating ‘illegally’, says SDMC; authorities say closure notice was served in Dec
Commercial activity was going on "illegally" in the two-storey building, which collapsed in west Delhi's Sudarshan Park claiming lives of seven people, and a closure notice was served on its owner last month, a senior official said on Friday.
Delhi: SDMC fines seven major construction firms Rs 50,000 each for violations of air pollution control norms
The South Delhi Municipal Corporation has collected Rs 3.5 lakh as penalties from seven construction companies for "violation" of air pollution control norms in the first three days of December, the civic body said on Monday.
NGT fines Delhi govt Rs 25 cr for failing to curb air pollution; officials, people polluting environment not spared
The money will be deducted from the salary of Delhi government officials and the people polluting the environment. The tribunal also stated that if the Arvind Kejriwal-led government fails to pay the fine, it will have to pay a fine of Rs 10 crore per month.
CPCB asks public agencies to use social media to address grievances on pollution after 'grossly inadequate' action taken on complaints
The enforcement bodies' actions on public complaints against pollution have been "grossly inadequate", the Central Pollution Control Board (CPCB) has said while urging these agencies again to join social media platforms to address the grievances concerning them.
At least 2,406 cases of dengue reported in Delhi in present season; 260 people affected in past week
At least 260 fresh cases of dengue have been reported over the last week in the national capital, taking the total number of people diagnosed with the vector-borne disease this season to 2,406
280 dengue cases recorded in Delhi in past week; authorities find mosquito breeding in over 2 lakh households
According to the report, there has been one death due to dengue this year till 10 November. At least 1,114 cases were reported in October alone in Delhi.
As fire at Bhalswa landfill adds to Delhi’s smog, experts push for segregating waste at source, formalising garbage collection
Delhi is all set to turn into a gas chamber once again and the methane from landfills like Bhalswa will only add to its woes. Experts suggest NCR needs a long-term solution, and segregating waste could be good place to start with
East Delhi sanitation workers strike: Will release Rs 500cr within 2 days to civic bodies to resolve crisis, Delhi govt tells SC
The Delhi government on Wednesday told the Supreme Court that it would release Rs 500 crore within two days to civic bodies, which will help resolve the crisis that has arisen due to the ongoing strike by sanitation workers of East Delhi Municipal Corporation (EDMC) over regular payment of salaries and regularisation of workers.
Cities get awards for cleanliness, but lack systems for processing, disposal and recycling of waste, says Centre for Science and Environment
Cities were awarded under the Swachh Survekshan-2018 for their work on cleaning the city but not on how to process and recycle the waste, says CSE.
MCD elections 2018: Mayors for South, North and East Delhi corporations set to get elected unopposed
The Delhi unit of BJP announced names of candidates for the post of mayor, deputy mayor and other offices in the three municipal corporations in the city.
Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) on Wednesday alleged that BJP-led MCDs were allowing unauthorised construction in the city – if bribes were paid.
The rule of law over sanction to construct buildings has "completely broken down" in Delhi, the Supreme Court said on Thursday, expressing concern over rampant illegal constructions in the national capital