Prakash Javadekar

"A comprehensive air plan for Delhi NCR has been developed identifying the timelines and implementing agencies for actions delineated. Centre has notified a graded response action plan for Delhi NCR for different levels of pollution," said Javadekar

In 2014, the BJP won 35 seats and formed the government with the support of All Jharkhand Students' Union (AJSU), which has now snapped its ties with the party.

Minister for Environment and Climate Change Prakash Javadekar today said that all the 5 lakh government vehicles on conventional fuel will be converted into e-vehicle in a phased manner.

Puri said that in 1947, Delhi had a population of 8 lakh while today the population of Delhi NCR is more than 2 crore. He added that from time to time, there has been a demand to regularise the areas, which as a result of robust urbanisation, developed as unauthorised colonies.

Cabinet has taken historic decision to give ownership rights to 40 lakhs people living in unauthorised colonies in Delhi.

Nand Kishor Gurjar demanded a ban on the reality show with immediate effect and even asked for a censor board to keep a check on the content being aired on television.

The Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) had accused the BJP-led Centre of showing hostility and not giving political clearance to Kejriwal and others for attending the conference.

The decision was approved at a cabinet meeting this morning. The Dearness Allowance will be raised from 12 to 17 percent, said the minister. The move will cost the government Rs. 16,000 crore rupees.

The Non-Feature film Jury selected the film “Nooreh” directed by Ashish Pandey as the Opening non-feature film of Indian Panorama 2019.

The minister, who is also Minister for Environment, Forest and Climate Change, said the government has simplified the process of environmental clearances.