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Odd-Even policy -- CII to Delhi govt: Try last-digit vehicle rationing

To reduce air pollution in the capital, the Confederation of Indian Industry (CII) has suggested an alternative scheme to odd-even — ‘last-digit automobile rationing’ scheme — to the Delhi government.

Odd-even policy: BJP, Congress attack AAP govt

Schools in the capital were shut Friday on the occasion of Ram Navami.

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Odd-even 2.0: Enforcement the focus on Day 1, 500-plus challans in 5 hours

To ensure implementation, police had chosen over 200 intersections in the city where 2,000 officials were deployed in teams of three to ten depending upon the volume of traffic.

On govt’s pollution monitor radar: Delhi border, major roads and residential areas

The DPCC will also monitor the ambient air quality, and levels of particulate matter (PM) 2.5 and PM 10, at 119 locations in and around Delhi.

Odd-Even II: Women, VIPs exempt again

The exemption granted to certain VIPs as well as two-wheelers would also continue in the forthcoming phase, said Transport Minister Gopal Rai.

Odd-even to return: Is govt ready for Ozone challenge?

Experts say Ozone levels go up with the rise in temperatures, as the gas is formed from a photochemical reaction which needs high sunlight. “Ozone does not have any source of its own.

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Road ahead: Improved public transport and results, says Gopal Rai

There will be circular roads as well as straight routes for DTC buses.

Officers’ strike before odd-even saddest day: Manish Sisodia

There is always scope for improvement, like getting things done faster... In the first year, I wanted to focus on infrastructure and bring it up to speed.

Provide air quality report during odd-even scheme: NGT to Delhi government

The direction came while hearing a plea seeking ban on three-wheelers running on two-stroke engine and quadricycles on the ground that they cause pollution.

Initiative during odd-even run: Lung function tests throw up 34 per cent impairment rate

Of the 3,019 people tested, 1,037 were found to have restrictive or obstructive lung function ailments, said Dr Suneela Garg, professor of community medicine in Maulana Azad Medical College (MAMC)

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On day two of odd-even, Delhi govt claims dip in pollution levels

The Delhi government’s odd-even policy to check air pollution faced its first big test Monday as the capital returned to work after the New Year weekend.

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