Saving Environment: Supreme Court, Rights Body Come To The Rescue

  • 12:06
  • Published On: May 15, 2024
Cinema View
Embed

The Supreme Court has criticised the Delhi Development Authority (DDA) over the infrastructure authority axing trees in the southern ridge's Satbari area of the national capital. On the same day, the National Human Rights Commission said environmental pollution impacts human rights. On Left, Right & Centre, we highlight how the right to breathe clean air should be considered a basic human right.

Related Videos

"Lt Governor Gave Instructions To Cut 1,100 Trees Illegally": Saurabh Bhardwaj
June 25, 2024 4:04
Arvind Kejriwal To Stay In Jail, Top Court Says "Let High Court Pass Order"
June 24, 2024 10:02
Congress Holds Protest Over NEET Paper Leak In Chandigarh
June 21, 2024 3:49
Congress Protests Over Alleged Irregularities In Lucknow
June 21, 2024 2:15
Bihar's Move To Hike Reservation From 50 To 65% Struck Down By High Court
June 20, 2024 0:56
Delhi's Water War: Politics Dominates As Citizens Suffer
June 15, 2024 28:10
Water War: BJP, Congress Protests On Delhi Streets
June 15, 2024 2:50
Himachal's U-Turn On Providing Water To Parched Delhi Draws Top Court Rap
June 13, 2024 4:37
Supreme Court Seeks Answers: A Growing NEET Row
June 11, 2024 28:16
"Sanctity Of Exam Affected... Need Answers": Supreme Court On NEET-UG Row
June 11, 2024 12:58
Delhi Water Crisis: Lakhs Of Litres Of Water Wasted Due To Pipeline Leakage Amid Crisis
June 09, 2024 2:20
Supreme Court Directs Himachal Pradesh To Release 137 Cusecs Of Water Amid Delhi Water Crisis
June 06, 2024 19:37
Our Offerings: NDTV
  • मध्य प्रदेश
  • राजस्थान
  • इंडिया
  • मराठी
  • 24X7
Choose Your Destination