ODD EVEN EXTENSION
Imran Khan’s extension to Pakistan Army Chief Bajwa to affect 20 Generals
Gen Bajwa will now be serving till November 2022. By then 20 generals of Pak Army will have retired, ET has learnt. Top eight generals of Pakistani are set to retire in December 2020 ahead of Bajwa’s term denying them a chance to take a shot at the top post.
Adani, NTPC sought extension of deadlines to curb coal plant emissions -documents
The requests mean the two biggest power producers in India ...
No decision yet on extending odd-even scheme
"A final decision about extending the odd-even rule could be taken on Friday, depending on the s...
Sky is clear, no need for odd-even scheme extension: Arvind Kejriwal
Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on November 18 cleared the suspense of odd-even scheme. On being asked implementing odd-even scheme onc...
Pakistan government files review petition in army chief's extension case
A three-member apex court bench headed by then chief justice Asif Saeed Khosa on November 28 granted a six-month extension to Army chief Gen Qamar Javed Bajwa after being assured by the government that Parliament will pass a legislation on the extension/reappointment of an army chief within six months.
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.
Odd-even scheme may be extended if required: Arvind Kejriwal
"If need arises, we will extend it (odd-even scheme)," Kejriwal said in response to media queries on whether the scheme, aimed at curbing vehicular pollution, will be further extended. Delhi-NCR gasped for breath today as the smog from farm fires pushed pollution levels in the region towards the "emergency" zone for the third time in 15 days.
No Odd-Even restriction in Delhi on November 11,12
Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal said the decision came after people from the Sikh community requested the government to relax the rules as they celebrate the birth anniversary of their faith's founder on November 12. The national capital is witnessing the Odd-Even scheme from November 4 and it will continue till November 15 to keep air pollution in check.
No need of odd-even scheme now as pollution levels down: Kejriwal
The scheme concluded on November 15 with Kejriwal saying it could be extended if required. He had said that a final decision on extension will be taken on Monday.
Delhi pollution: Air quality improves to 'satisfactory' after mild showers
The air quality of Delhi has improved on Nov 29. According to AQI, major pollutant PM 2.5 was at 76 in ‘satisfactory’ category and PM 10 was...
Relief for Delhiites! Air quality dips to ‘moderate’ category
The air quality of national capital improved on Nov 28. A clear sky was observed on Thursday morning. The major pollutant PM 2.5 was at 149,...
Delhi: Odd-even scheme ends today, air quality remains 'severe'
Citizens of Delhi breathed toxic air again on Friday as the Air Quality Index (AQI) was recorded as 482. The increase of PM10 and PM 2.5 pol...
Electric vehicles exempted from odd-even scheme
Delhi Transport Minister Kailash Gahlot in a statement said that the number of registered electric vehicles in the city was less than 1,000 and they are not likely to cause any congestion.
Air pollution: Vijay Goel protests against odd-even scheme
BJP leader Vijay Goel once again staged protest against ‘odd-even scheme’ on Nov 14. He was accompanied by other party workers and they held...
Delhi: Pollution levels likely to drop due to wind, air quality remains 'very poor'
At 9.44 am, Delhi's air quality index (AQI) was recorded at 365. On Monday, the city's average AQI stood at 370 at 8.30 pm due to a slight increase in wind. An AQI between 0-50 is considered 'good', 51-100 'satisfactory', 101-200 'moderate', 201-300 'poor', 301-400 'very poor' and 401-500 'severe'. An AQI above 500 falls in the 'severe plus' category.
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