Pan-India clean air programme set to roll out with a mid-term target
NEW DELHI: The Centre has earmarked Rs 300 crore for implementation of the upcoming National Clean Air Programme (NCAP) for financial year 2018-19 and 2019-20. Overall cost of taking multiple air pollution abatement measures in 102 cities across the country will, however, be much more than what the government has budgeted for next 15 months.The NCAP is a pan-India national level strategy to tackle increasing air pollution problems in a comprehensive and time-bound man
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