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Odd-even scheme ends today - Is Delhi ready to let go?

DNA Friday, 15 November 2019 ()
The scheme is aimed at curbing pollution since the national capital has turned into a gas chamber with poor Air Quality Index figures.
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News video: 'Decision to extend odd-even scheme in Delhi to be taken on Nov 18': Kejriwal

'Decision to extend odd-even scheme in Delhi to be taken on Nov 18': Kejriwal 03:00

Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Friday said that the decision to extend the odd-even scheme will be taken on November 18. The third edition of odd-even scheme will end today.

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