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Delhi starts the New Year with its odd-even formula for clean air

Speed News Desk | Updated on: 1 January 2016, 9:41 IST
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Delhi begins its clean air experiment on the first day of 2016 by kicking off its odd-even formula, report the Hindustan Times, The Telegraph and The Indian Express. For the next 15 days, cars with registration plates ending with odd numbers will ply only on odd dates, while those cars with registration plates ending with even numbers will ply only on even dates. This is Delhi's first major state intervention in the campaign for clean air, since the Supreme Court ruled 17 years ago that all public transport in the Capital should convert to CNG, says The Indian Express.

First published: 1 January 2016, 9:41 IST
 
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