Screen shot 2015-04-21 at 6.38.18 PMScreen shot 2015-04-21 at 6.42.07 PM “If the National Green Tribunal’s pollution commissioners want to know where some of the 80,000 diesel-belching trucks that enter Delhi every night go, all they need to do is reach the heart of South Delhi at 10 pm. That’s when the first of around 1,500 trucks starts revving up outside the government-run Inland Container Depot (ICD) at Tughlakabad, ready to transport goods to allcorners of north and west India.” The Indian Express. Read it on

Why Tughlakabad depot is toxic heart of South Delhi