Kedar Nagarajan

Articles By Kedar Nagarajan

NDMC: No waterlogging or stagnation in our area, say officials

The roads are divided into five divisions, each looked after by an individual control room.

Swaraj Abhiyan hits out at Kejriwal govt: ‘RTI shows 58 alcohol vending shops opened since AAP came to power’

Referring to information in the RTI, Abhiyan members alleged that the revenue from sales of alcohol have doubled in the past one year.

Delhi: With decorations and artwork, govt schools welcome parents for first ever PTM meeting

Education Minister Manish Sisodia — who spearheaded the project — visited several schools and said he was pleased to see the response to the initiative.

Back from Juba, many hope to return if situation improves

At New Delhi’s Palam Technical Airbase, Sumit, an employee of Chinese MNC Huawei, was simply “thankful” that he was brought home.

Video of residents’ fight goes viral: Arvind Kejriwal vows action over Mahipalpur water supply

Kejriwal tweeted a media report about the incident and asked Water Minister Kapil Mishra to visit the area, find out what caused the fight and report to him.

Art of Living pays remaining Rs 4.75 cr, puts out list of ‘facts’ against charges

The foundation presented a list titled “facts” and said it was being wrongly accused of damage it had not caused.

NGT orders Art Of Living foundation: Deposit balance Rs 4.75 cr compensation with DDA today

On March 9, the NGT had ordered a Rs 5 crore compensation for damage caused to the floodplains, of which the foundation has paid Rs 25 lakh so far.

Delhi: Art of Living moves NGT to form fresh panel to inspect site

The tribunal had earlier constituted an expert committee to assess the damage caused to the floodplain due to the festival held in March.

New conservation rules may soon apply to wetlands. What are they?

Draft Rules open for public comment until today propose to pass on most powers on these crucial ecosystems to states.

Delhi: Waste-to-energy plants face opposition from people in vicinity

The city has three large-scale waste-to-energy plants. The plants at Timarpur-Okhla and Ghazipur use 1,300 tonnes of municipal solid waste each to produce 16 MW and 12 MW of electricity, respectively.

Art of Living ‘challenges’ NGT’s contempt powers

The NGT principal bench pointed out that the order which the counsel was referring to while making his point reiterated the tribunal had all the powers of contempt, including civil imprisonment, as any other civil court.

Congo man beaten to death: He came to Delhi looking for a better life

Sam, who was with Olivier Friday night, said he was a witness to the brutal attack on his friend.

After central authority inspection: 16 deer deaths, not 39, insists Delhi zoo

Delhi zoo authorities said Wednesday 16 spotted deers had died since February. A three-member CZA team, which conducted an inspection of the zoo Tuesday, however, found 39 deer deaths since February.

Delhi gasps for breath: 972 fire calls already this month, PM 10 levels up

This was the 972nd distress call the Delhi fire department received this month. In April last year, the number of such calls was 164, according Delhi Fire Services data.

Handover of festival site: AOL yet to give anything in writing, DDA tells NGT

The Delhi Development Authority Friday told the National Green Tribunal (NGT) that the Art of Living (AOL) Foundation had not yet given the ‘written handover’ of the site where the World Culture Festival organised by AOL was held in March.

World Culture Festival: NGT pulls up Sri Sri Ravi Shankar’s AOL for barring panel from site

At the hearing on March 9, however, the NGT charged AOL with a Rs 5-crore “initial compensation” to be adjusted against the final amount determined.

Odd-even not sustainable as a long-term measure in Beijing: Zeng Jinghai

We have introduced varying vehicle restriction measures since 2008 to tackle Beijing’s poor air quality.

Delhi road accident: Three primary breadwinners dead, families cope with grief

The families alleged police were not taking the case seriously.

Delhi’s odd-even round 2 plays out at an unlikely location — Feroz Shah Kotla stadium

According to traffic police, at least 48 drivers were fined for violating the odd-even scheme around the stadium till 7 pm Friday. Sources said they were booked at the ITO, Delhi Gate, Rajghat and Vikas Marg intersections.

Month after World Culture Festival, stage on Yamuna bed finally dismantled

The area is now barricaded and boards that stated, ‘Property of the Delhi Development Authority, trespassers will be prosecuted’ can be seen across the venue.