South West Delhi District
Rabia Khatun (45) has been living in the Savda resettlement colony since 2006, the year it was established. All the residents of her previous squatter settlement at Nanglamachi in central Delhi were evicted and resettled at Savda, 50 km away.
Environment ministry releases the draft of India’s new National Forest Policy
'Rajon ki baoli' also known as 'Rajon-ki-bain
South India performs better in the Swachh Bharat rankings
Sikkim achieves 100% sanitation
Invitation to a workshop on 'Urban Sanitation: Assessing priorities and options', Centre for Policy Research (CPR) and Centre de Sciences Humaines (CSH), New DelhiPosted on 17 Sep, 2013 05:44 PM
For details on the workshop, please click here.
Water treatment produces irrigation water for local parks: a case study from Vasant Vihar, New DelhiPosted on 11 May, 2009 03:12 PM
At Delhi, there are dirty waste water rivulets, “nallahs” crisscrossing all localities and adding to the pollutant load of the river Yamuna. The situation is alarming with today’s count of nallahs standing at more than 22 Nos. These urban drains are nature’s creation and are meant to convey storm / rain water from upstream areas to downstream, finally leading to the river.