Decision on odd-even extension to be taken on Monday: Delhi chief minister Arvind Kejriwal
"Air quality is predicted to improve over the next two-three days. A final call on extending the odd even scheme will be taken on Monday...The residents cooperated very much in implementation of the scheme. There were 250-300 challans every day, which are very less considering the population," the chief minister said.
Seven IAF pilots sent to Russia for India's first manned mission to space
Gaganyaan is India's manned space mission which the ISRO aims to la...
Explore feasibility of hydrogen-based Japanese tech to fight air pollution: SC to Centre
The court directed the Centre to expedite the delibe...
Delhi-NCR's air quality nears 'emergency' zone, odd-even back but schools remain open
A large number of children were exposed to the harmful spike in pollution as schools remained opened on Wednesday despite air quality in the region dipped to emergency zone for the second time in the last 15 days. Pictures of schoolchildren with their faces covered with anti-pollution masks and handkerchiefs were shared widely on social media.
People of Delhi-NCR continue to suffer as air quality dips
After a brief relief, pollution has again made a comeback in Delhi-NCR, with air quality index touching the 'severe' levels at some places. ...
Festive buys, new models help PV sales snap 11-month slide in October
PV sales rose marginally in Oct aided by festive season & introduction of new models in utility vehicle space.
Rafale Judgement: End to political dogfights
The apex court's rejection on all objections on the three aspects of the deal - decision-making, pricing and the India offset partner - ratifies the right and the mandate of a government to take decisions effecting national security with different degrees of scrutiny.
When gods put on their pollution masks
Priests at a Varanasi temple do much to instigate soul-searching.
Not enough done in aviation medicine field: IAF chief RKS Bhadauria
Chief Bhadauria said as the Chief of the Air Staff he assured the aviation medicine specialists that he would "solve the problem at the earliest." The IAF chief also spoke about the fatigue and lack of sleep among pilots due to mobile phones and social media.
Rafale verdict will have positive impact on overall military procurement: Ex-IAF chief Dhanoa
Delivering its much-awaited ruling on the matter, SC today refused to review its earlier decision of giving a clean chit to the govt while rejecting pleas for registration of an FIR by the CBI for alleged irregularities in the deal. In its 2018 order, the SC had said that there was no occasion to doubt the decision-making process in the Rafale jets deal.
‘I hope matter is now laid to rest’: Ex-IAF Chief BS Dhanoa on Rafale verdict
Former Indian Air Force Chief, BS Dhanoa on Thursday welcomed the Supreme Court’s decision of dismissing the review petitions challenging it...
Mumbai Airport sees 27% rise in passenger traffic to London in FY20
The British carrier, which stopped flying to India's financial hub from London in January 2016, relaunched its non-stop daily flight services on the route from Oct 27 in a bid to capture demand in the wake of grounding of Jet Airways.
Rafale verdict: What it means for India, the fine print
The court struck down pleas that had sought re-examination of the December 14, saying it lacked merit.
Air quality remains ‘poor’ in Delhi’s Lodhi Road area
The air quality remained in the 'poor category' at Lodhi Road area in Delhi on November 10. According to System of Air Quality and Weather F...
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