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Morning briefing: Decision on talks with Pakistan today

India is expected to announce its decision today on foreign secretary-level talks with Pakistan. They are scheduled to be held tomorrow. The government deferred its decision last night after the de

Delhi gears up for odd-even again

Delhi is preparing for phase-II of the odd-even scheme which is to be started in less than two weeks from now, from April 15 till April 30. It will be similar to the pilot scheme implemented in Jan

Odd-even II: Women drivers again exempted

Women drivers have again been exempted from the second round of odd-even scheme that starts from April 15 and ends on April 30th. Gopal Rai, Delhi’s transport minister, said on Wednesday that

Even this too is odd for a breathless Delhi

Delhi, a city with the foulest air in the world and currently home to an estimated 17 million people, will see a second round of road rationing during April 15-30. However, opinions are sharply div

Delhi autos, taxis to go on strike on Monday

Delhi’s second phase of odd-even scheme kicked off on Friday, April 15, for the next fortnight. Being a public holiday on the occasion of Ram Navami followed by the weekend, the scheme had a

Surge pricing ban may continue even after odd-even period

Cracking the whip on app-based taxi operators, the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) government in Delhi has announced that it would ensure the ban on surge pricing even after the odd-even period is over. On A

Delhi needs policies to complement odd-even

In 1992, the World Health Organisation (WHO) declared Mexico City as the world’s most polluted city. After that, the Mexican government enforced stringent pollution control measures. Two

What Chennai voter wants: above all, the odd-even scheme!

When people of Chennai go out to vote for the next state government on May 16, what will be the issues top most in their minds? Curiously, they will be thinking less about jobs, ‘good governa

Odd-even formula back in Delhi

The odd-even formula of traffic rationing is going to be implemented in Delhi in an effort to tackle the smog that has made it difficult to breath in the national capital. The Delhi

Odd-even formula may not help matters

The odd-even formula being bandied about by the Aam Aadmi Party government in Delhi may not be answer to the smog that is stifling life in the national capital. In clearly a knee-jer



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