Odd-Even II

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Delhi’s data deficit

The state government deems the last odd-even initiative a success but can we solve the pollution problem in the absence of reliable data?

Opposition called odd-even II a failure but I saw people were happy, says Kejriwal

Arvind Kejriwal said, odd-even was not a permanent solution and public transport services had to be improved to curb pollution levels.

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Bus service for MPs: Some welcome move, others call it an inconvenience

Most of the MPs said the transport cell usually provides them cabs, a service provided by the DTC. But on Monday, they were told all cabs were busy and the bus could come and fetch them.

Odd-Even II: Can lawyers be exempted, Delhi HC asks govt

The lawyers have challenged the scheme on the grounds that it does not fall within the provisions of the Motor Vehicles Act.

Odd-Even II: In last two days, ozone levels up in city 

Between April 19 and 22, ozone levels had remained between 51 and 52 parts per billion or 102 and 104 µg/m3.

MPs say odd-even rule obstructing their work, seek exemption

Rajya Sabha members on Monday demanded exemption from Delhi’s odd-even policy, saying that it amounted to obstructing a Member of Parliament (MP) from attending the House.

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MP Pappu Yadav attacks odd-even scheme, say it's coming in the way of their work

Citing an IIT-Kanpur study, Pappu Yadav said the pollution from cars was a mere five per cent and the Delhi government has failed to address other issues which contribute for 95 per cent pollution.

Odd-Even II: On day 8, ozone and PM 2.5 dominant pollutants

On Saturday, it dropped to about 59 parts per billion or 118 micrograms per cubic metre. The safe limit for ozone is 180 micrograms per cubic metre for an eight-hour average.

Govt to Delhi High Court: Unlicensed Ola and Uber operating illegally

"Unlicensed" cab aggregators like Ola and Uber cannot overcharge in the name of 'surge price' or 'peak time charge', Delhi government alleged on Saturday.

Roads clogged despite odd-even: Delhi Govt sets up panel to find out why

The Delhi government Saturday constituted a six-member committee to study the impact of school-time traffic and the summer heat on the traffic situation in the city during the second phase of the odd-even scheme.

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