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Odd-even scheme: PIL in Supreme Court challenges Delhi govt's 'unconstitutional' move, calls it 'misuse of power'

DNA Thursday, 7 November 2019
Earlier, the Supreme Court had questioned the Delhi government regarding the logic behind the odd-even scheme.
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ON-DUTY COP HECKLED OUTSIDE DELHI'S SAKET COURT, SC PULLS UP CENTRE & DELHI GOVT OVER POLLUTION, RAHUL GANDHI HITS OUT AT RCEP, BJP MP VIJAY GOEL VIOLATES ODD-EVEN TODAY, AYODHYA GEARS UP FOR LAND DISPUTE VERDICT

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