Some fortnights ago, I had discussed the issue of poverty and environment.
Ghaziabad: Volunteers of civil defence in Ghaziabad will join hands with residents for the second car-free day scheduled to be held on Thursday.
To understand the impact of the odd-even policy in Delhi researchers will need to take into account prevailing weather conditions of not just Delhi, but also its outskirts and neighbouring states.
Hotels and clubs in the city will be asked to allow bicycles on their premises on car-free days, the police commissioner Navdeep Singh Virk said on Wednesday.
The decision to reintroduce the odd-even scheme from April 15 to 30 was based on responses from a little over four lakh people.
Women, VIPs and two-wheelers will continue to remain exempted from the restrictions
NEW DELHI: The AAP government's decision to go ahead with its second phase of odd-even car rationing scheme during April 15-30 may just serve a limited purpose unless Delhi along with neighbouring
Environmental advocacy group CSE today said the just-concluded Auto Expo showed that the car industry is "hard-selling diesel car models to add to the scary trend in toxic pollution exposure and lu
Comeback likely in April, 2-wheelers may be left out
Ghaziabad: The district administration has lent support to the AOA Federation for its car-free initiative, which will be launched on Wednesday.
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