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Delhi: Supreme Court stays NGT order, odd-even won’t apply to 2-wheelers, women

The bench also issued a notice to the petitioner, who had moved the NGT in the matter, on the plea filed by the Delhi government.

Odd-Even didn’t help cut pollution in Delhi: Study

“Despite the odd-even scheme, anticipated reduction in traffic emissions was not obtained,” the study highlighted.


Delhi air pollution: Kejriwal govt defers rollout of odd-even, to approach NGT for exemption to women and two-wheelers

The Delhi government had announced that they will reinstate the odd-even scheme from November 13-17 in a bid to check the rising pollution levels in the city, which reached alarming levels in the past one week.

Kejriwal govt calls off odd-even scheme after green court strikes down most exemptions

"In light of the the two conditions by the NGT on two-wheelers and women, at the moment we are calling it off. We will go back to NGT on Monday, file a review petition for them to reconsider their decision regarding the two," Delhi Transport Minister Kailash Gahlot said

Delhi prepares for Odd-Even: Here's all you need to know

The NGT also observed that “Odd-Even scheme must be implemented in Delhi NCR as and when PM 10 crosses 300 level and PM 2.5 crosses 500”.

Beyond odd-even: Mayors share ideas to fight air pollution

With the capital days away from the second phase of odd-even, former Nagpur mayor Anil M Sole said the Delhi government’s pollution-control plan was an “effort in the right direction”.


Odd-even phase II: This time, eye on ozone as well

In February, apart from particulate matter, gaseous pollutant ozone emerged dominant. Experts say ozone levels go up with the rise in temperature.

Odd-even phase II: Monitoring begins early, spotlight on NCR too in this round

As of now, real time air quality is monitored from six permanent stations under DPCC — Anand Vihar, Mandir Marg, Punjabi Bagh, Civil Lines, RK Puram, and IGI airport.

Odd-even plan working: Delhi govt to Delhi HC

Court will pronounce order on the road-rationing plan Monday.

Vehicle exhaust, dust, what fouls the air the most? Studies disagree

As Delhi experiments with the ‘odd-even’ formula, Indian Express summarises the findings of a range of source apportionment studies on air pollution in the Capital over the last several years.

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Need 5 Years To Phase Out Diesel, BPOs Hit Hard: Centre To SC

The central government moved the Supreme Court Thursday seeking a relaxation on the ban on diesel-run taxis in Delhi-NCR, and argued that the crackdown will impact the BPO industry, which uses diesel taxis to ferry employees and earns the country billions of dollars every year. Pleading for a gradual phase-out of taxis over a period […]

Delhi People React To Odd-Even Phase II

The odd-even car-rationing scheme on Friday returned to Delhi for its second phase amid poor air quality in various areas of the city with the real-time readings of gaseous pollutants such as ozone observed on the higher side. An official in the IMD department said air quality has been moderate over the last twenty days […]


Odd-Even Phase II Scheme

The Delhi government has decided to exempt women from the second phase of odd-even, its vehicle rationing scheme to control pollution in the capital, which starts on April 15. At a meeting of the odd-even coordination committee and the cabinet Wednesday, chaired by Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal, it was decided that women would continue to […]

Debating The Success Of Kejriwal's Odd-Even Formula

As the curtains came down on the odd-even pilot scheme on Friday, Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal appealed to the people of Delhi to continue observing the car rationing measures “voluntarily”, which the government claimed has reduced air pollution by up to 25 per cent. Kejriwal said the measures, unprecedented in independent India’s history, managed to […]

Tandoors Contributing To Delhi's Air Pollution: IIT Kanpur Study

As the odd and even vehicle number experiment, one of the measures taken to reduce pollution levels in Delhi, draws to a close Friday, a study by IIT Kanpur has identified coal-fired tandoors in restaurants and hotels of the Capital as one of the contributors of particulate matter. The study was commissioned by the Delhi […]