The odd-even scheme that encouraged alternate day car use in an effort to cut down on air pollution in Delhi comes to an end. The jury is still out on whether there has been a dramatic drop in air pollution as a result of the scheme but what is clear is this the odd even scheme brought out the best of the city and its people. Who would have thought that there would be overwhelming compliance for a scheme in a city notorious for looking the other way, and not caring. The fact is this: Air pollution is a killer and Delhi is the world's most polluted city. And people know that.

Midway through the Odd-Even plan in Delhi, the AAP government asks the High Court to extend the plan, citing its success. Data, however, shows that pollution levels have risen, both since December and since last year. Delhi transport minister Gopal Rai tells us why the Odd-Even plan should stay. Delhi Traffic Chief Muktesh Chander warns that traffic will become a problem once schools reopen. All that and more, on Agenda.

Arvind Kejriwal's odd and even number policy is a week old today, although the govt wants to enforce it for 15 days, but it seems the Delhi High Court scrap it tomorrow.

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. With few hassles, stricter policing and augmented bus and Metro services, the policy appeared to be a success, with most commuters willing to follow the rule.

हम लोग : ऑड-ईवन के लिए हम कितने तैयार?
दिल्ली में प्रदूषण कम करने की कोशिश के तहत लाए गए ऑड-ईवन फॉर्मूले को लेकर दिल्ली कितनी तैयार है और लोगों की सोच किस तरह बदल रही है, खास चर्चा 'हम लोग' के इस एपिसोड में...

Fresh data from the Centre for Science and Environment and the Delhi government shows that the odd and even alternate day car use scheme in Delhi is showing some fairly important changes to air pollution in the national capital. We go through these findings point by point. And in doing so we ask this question - Is it time to be less cynical?

The off-even vehicle regulation formula has been put in place in Delhi, with the police even imposing fines on the violators. Has the plan passed or failed?

Charcha Mein: Delhi Odd-Even Formula

Hailing the Supreme Court's decision to curb air pollution in the nation capital, Director General of Centre for Science and Environment Sunita Narain said, "Judges have given a very clear understanding that seriousness of the matter cannot be taken for granted. The court said diesel vehicles are polluting and are toxic."

In a debate moderated by TIMES NOW's Editor-in-Chief Arnab Goswami, panelists -- Harish Salve, Former Solicitor General; Sunita Narain, Director, Centre for Science and Environment; Satinath Sarangi, Social Activist; Mohandas Pai, Former Director, HR, Infosys; Vinod Dasari, President SIAM (Society of Indian Automobile Manufactures) & MD, Ashok Leyland Ltd; Hormazd Sorabjee, Editor, Autocar India; and Raj Kapoor, Auto Analyst -- discuss the Supreme Court's order to ban registration of Diesel-run SUVs, high-end pvt cars with engines 2000CC and above in NCR-Delhi till March 31, 2016, to cu