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The hearing remained inconclusive and will continue tomorrow.
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Delhi's odd-even scheme to reduce congestion and pollution in the city has caught the public's attention. Though the scheme may be effective in controlling traffic in the city, many other problems that are inherent in Delhi's commercial centre remain unanswered. With all the focus on this particular scheme, many other effective and comprehensive solutions are not being considered.
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NEW DELHI -- The second phase of the odd-even traffic-control formula will be enforced in the national capital from April 15 to April 30, Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal announced today. Address...
NEW DELHI -- Just two days before the odd-even scheme for cars concludes, the Supreme Court refused to entertain a plea to cancel the Delhi government's initiative to curb air pollution in the nationa...