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  • "Red Light On, Gaadi Off" Anti-Air Pollution Campaign To Start October 21

    "Red Light On, Gaadi Off" Anti-Air Pollution Campaign To Start October 21

    The Delhi government today launched its new anti-pollution campaign "Red Light On, Gaadi Off" to encourage motorists to switch off vehicles while waiting at traffic signals instead of keeping the engine idling.

  • Odd-Even Rule: 5 Things You Need to Know

    Odd-Even Rule: 5 Things You Need to Know

    Delhi's odd-even rule was proposed between November 13 and November 2017, and this time there will be no exemption for two-wheelers or women drivers unlike last year. Here are the other important things you need to know about the odd-even rule in Delhi.

  • Odd-Even Rule 2017: Your Guide To Fines, Exemptions And More

    Odd-Even Rule 2017: Your Guide To Fines, Exemptions And More

    With Delhi's pollution levels increasing rapidly, the Delhi government has decided to implement the Odd-Even Rule once again to check the number of vehicles that will ply on Delhi roads.

  • Odd-Even Rule Back In Delhi From Next Week: All You Need To Know About Fines, Exemptions

    Odd-Even Rule Back In Delhi From Next Week: All You Need To Know About Fines, Exemptions

    After implementing the odd-even rule last year on an experimental basis to curb the alarming pollution level in the national capital, the Delhi government has once again decided to impose the measure for five days beginning from November 13. The Arvind Kejriwal-led government has said that Prime Minister Narendra Modi's involvement in the issue is ...

  • Delhi Government's Plan For April's Odd-Even Rule: Your 10-Point Cheatsheet

    Delhi Government's Plan For April's Odd-Even Rule: Your 10-Point Cheatsheet

    Delhi's odd-even plan, the traffic experiment to allow vehicles of odd and even numbers on alternate days to reduce pollution and congestion on the capital's roads, is set to make a comeback next month for two weeks starting April 15. The government today announced some of details for the rerun of the scheme.

  • People To Decide Future Of 'Odd-Even' Scheme: Arvind Kejriwal

    People To Decide Future Of 'Odd-Even' Scheme: Arvind Kejriwal

    Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal today said 'jan sabhas' or public meetings will be held across the city to seek public opinion on the odd-even scheme, which will be rolled out as and when "people decide".

  • Odd-Even Scheme Proves AAP Can Govern: Arvind Kejriwal

    Odd-Even Scheme Proves AAP Can Govern: Arvind Kejriwal

    Hailing Delhiites for contributing in the successful implementation of the odd-even scheme in the national capital, Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal today said it has proved that Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) can "govern" and provide leadership to the people.

  • Odd Even Rule: Less Congestion Reducing Local Pollution, Says Experts

    Odd Even Rule: Less Congestion Reducing Local Pollution, Says Experts

    Less congestion in Delhi owing to the odd-even car rationing scheme is shielding people from "direct exposure" to pollutants, especially in and around areas of high car density such as traffic junctions, experts opine.

  • Chief Justice Carpools, But Delhi Lawyers Find That Too Tough

    Chief Justice Carpools, But Delhi Lawyers Find That Too Tough

    Despite being turned down recently, Delhi's lawyers aren't taking "No" for an answer. In the High Court today, they argued anew to be exempted from the new traffic rules for the capital that ban private cars on alternate days -a scheme dubbed "odd-even" because cars with license plates ending in odd numbers are allowed on the road on odd-numbered d...

  • Odd Even Rule: Plea Filed In Court Against Delhi Government's Scheme

    Odd Even Rule: Plea Filed In Court Against Delhi Government's Scheme

    A fresh Public Interest Litigation (PIL) challenging the AAP government's odd-even scheme was today moved before Delhi High Court which listed the matter for hearing tomorrow along with several other petitions that have been filed on the issue.

  • Even-Numbered Cars Roll On Day 2; AAP's Manish Sisodia Cycles To Office

    Even-Numbered Cars Roll On Day 2; AAP's Manish Sisodia Cycles To Office

    Even-numbered cars rolled out on Delhi streets and the odd-numbered ones stayed largely off the roads on the second day today of the odd-even vehicular restriction trial in Delhi which saw Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia cycle to office.

  • Delhi's Odd-Even Debut: Twitter Saves The Day For Public Transport Commuters

    Delhi's Odd-Even Debut: Twitter Saves The Day For Public Transport Commuters

    Twitter proved to be a major boon for scores of commuters in the national capital today as it provided real-time information on shortest traffic routes and public transport availability, on a day when the Delhi government rolled out its ambitious odd-even scheme.

  • BJP Parliamentarian Caught Breaking Delhi's Odd-Even Rule

    BJP Parliamentarian Caught Breaking Delhi's Odd-Even Rule

    Delhi began its New Year with drastic new measures to cut smog in the world's most polluted capital. Only cars will odd-numbered license plates are allowed on the road today - but a BJP parliamentarian Satyapal Singh, who represents Uttar Pradesh in the Lok Sabha, was caught breaking that rule at India Gate in the heart of the city. Mr Singh was th...

  • On Odd-Even's Delhi Debut, Temporary Drop In Pollution Level: 10 Developments

    On Odd-Even's Delhi Debut, Temporary Drop In Pollution Level: 10 Developments

    Pollution levels showed a marginal dip for a while today as Delhi's new odd-even plan for cars took off in a drastic step to cut down smog in the world's most polluted city. Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal said he is "overwhelmed by the response".

  • No, Lawyers, You Are Not Exempt From Odd-Even Trial: 10-Point Update

    No, Lawyers, You Are Not Exempt From Odd-Even Trial: 10-Point Update

    Millions of Delhi residents are prepping for a radical new way of commuting from Friday, when authorities launch a trial of traffic restrictions to clean up the world's most polluted capital.

'Odd Even Car Rule' - 3 Video Result(s)

'Odd Even Car Rule' - 29 News Result(s)

  • "Red Light On, Gaadi Off" Anti-Air Pollution Campaign To Start October 21

    "Red Light On, Gaadi Off" Anti-Air Pollution Campaign To Start October 21

    The Delhi government today launched its new anti-pollution campaign "Red Light On, Gaadi Off" to encourage motorists to switch off vehicles while waiting at traffic signals instead of keeping the engine idling.

  • Odd-Even Rule: 5 Things You Need to Know

    Odd-Even Rule: 5 Things You Need to Know

    Delhi's odd-even rule was proposed between November 13 and November 2017, and this time there will be no exemption for two-wheelers or women drivers unlike last year. Here are the other important things you need to know about the odd-even rule in Delhi.

  • Odd-Even Rule 2017: Your Guide To Fines, Exemptions And More

    Odd-Even Rule 2017: Your Guide To Fines, Exemptions And More

    With Delhi's pollution levels increasing rapidly, the Delhi government has decided to implement the Odd-Even Rule once again to check the number of vehicles that will ply on Delhi roads.

  • Odd-Even Rule Back In Delhi From Next Week: All You Need To Know About Fines, Exemptions

    Odd-Even Rule Back In Delhi From Next Week: All You Need To Know About Fines, Exemptions

    After implementing the odd-even rule last year on an experimental basis to curb the alarming pollution level in the national capital, the Delhi government has once again decided to impose the measure for five days beginning from November 13. The Arvind Kejriwal-led government has said that Prime Minister Narendra Modi's involvement in the issue is ...

  • Delhi Government's Plan For April's Odd-Even Rule: Your 10-Point Cheatsheet

    Delhi Government's Plan For April's Odd-Even Rule: Your 10-Point Cheatsheet

    Delhi's odd-even plan, the traffic experiment to allow vehicles of odd and even numbers on alternate days to reduce pollution and congestion on the capital's roads, is set to make a comeback next month for two weeks starting April 15. The government today announced some of details for the rerun of the scheme.

  • People To Decide Future Of 'Odd-Even' Scheme: Arvind Kejriwal

    People To Decide Future Of 'Odd-Even' Scheme: Arvind Kejriwal

    Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal today said 'jan sabhas' or public meetings will be held across the city to seek public opinion on the odd-even scheme, which will be rolled out as and when "people decide".

  • Odd-Even Scheme Proves AAP Can Govern: Arvind Kejriwal

    Odd-Even Scheme Proves AAP Can Govern: Arvind Kejriwal

    Hailing Delhiites for contributing in the successful implementation of the odd-even scheme in the national capital, Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal today said it has proved that Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) can "govern" and provide leadership to the people.

  • Odd Even Rule: Less Congestion Reducing Local Pollution, Says Experts

    Odd Even Rule: Less Congestion Reducing Local Pollution, Says Experts

    Less congestion in Delhi owing to the odd-even car rationing scheme is shielding people from "direct exposure" to pollutants, especially in and around areas of high car density such as traffic junctions, experts opine.

  • Chief Justice Carpools, But Delhi Lawyers Find That Too Tough

    Chief Justice Carpools, But Delhi Lawyers Find That Too Tough

    Despite being turned down recently, Delhi's lawyers aren't taking "No" for an answer. In the High Court today, they argued anew to be exempted from the new traffic rules for the capital that ban private cars on alternate days -a scheme dubbed "odd-even" because cars with license plates ending in odd numbers are allowed on the road on odd-numbered d...

  • Odd Even Rule: Plea Filed In Court Against Delhi Government's Scheme

    Odd Even Rule: Plea Filed In Court Against Delhi Government's Scheme

    A fresh Public Interest Litigation (PIL) challenging the AAP government's odd-even scheme was today moved before Delhi High Court which listed the matter for hearing tomorrow along with several other petitions that have been filed on the issue.

  • Even-Numbered Cars Roll On Day 2; AAP's Manish Sisodia Cycles To Office

    Even-Numbered Cars Roll On Day 2; AAP's Manish Sisodia Cycles To Office

    Even-numbered cars rolled out on Delhi streets and the odd-numbered ones stayed largely off the roads on the second day today of the odd-even vehicular restriction trial in Delhi which saw Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia cycle to office.

  • Delhi's Odd-Even Debut: Twitter Saves The Day For Public Transport Commuters

    Delhi's Odd-Even Debut: Twitter Saves The Day For Public Transport Commuters

    Twitter proved to be a major boon for scores of commuters in the national capital today as it provided real-time information on shortest traffic routes and public transport availability, on a day when the Delhi government rolled out its ambitious odd-even scheme.

  • BJP Parliamentarian Caught Breaking Delhi's Odd-Even Rule

    BJP Parliamentarian Caught Breaking Delhi's Odd-Even Rule

    Delhi began its New Year with drastic new measures to cut smog in the world's most polluted capital. Only cars will odd-numbered license plates are allowed on the road today - but a BJP parliamentarian Satyapal Singh, who represents Uttar Pradesh in the Lok Sabha, was caught breaking that rule at India Gate in the heart of the city. Mr Singh was th...

  • On Odd-Even's Delhi Debut, Temporary Drop In Pollution Level: 10 Developments

    On Odd-Even's Delhi Debut, Temporary Drop In Pollution Level: 10 Developments

    Pollution levels showed a marginal dip for a while today as Delhi's new odd-even plan for cars took off in a drastic step to cut down smog in the world's most polluted city. Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal said he is "overwhelmed by the response".

  • No, Lawyers, You Are Not Exempt From Odd-Even Trial: 10-Point Update

    No, Lawyers, You Are Not Exempt From Odd-Even Trial: 10-Point Update

    Millions of Delhi residents are prepping for a radical new way of commuting from Friday, when authorities launch a trial of traffic restrictions to clean up the world's most polluted capital.

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