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Odd-Even Rule Begins In Delhi

The odd-even road rationing scheme, an anti-pollution measure, started in Delhi. Under the scheme, apart from exempted categories, non-transport four-wheeled vehicles with registration numbers ending with an odd digit (1, 3, 5, 7, 9) will not be allowed on the roads on November 4, 6, 8, 12 and 14. Similarly, vehicles with registration numbers ending with an even digit (0, 2, 4, 6, 8) will not be allowed on the roads on November 5, 7, 9, 11, 13 and 15.

November 04, 2019

A Civil Defence volunteer displays a placard asking people to obey the odd-even rule, at ITO in New Delhi.

PTI Photo/Manvender Vashist

Traffic policemen impose penalty on a traffic offender for riding a vehicle with a number plate ending with an odd digit during the Odd-Even scheme, in New Delhi.

PTI Photo/Kamal Singh

Civil Defence volunteers display a placard asking people to follow th odd-even scheme, at ITO in New Delhi.

PTI Photo/Manvender Vashist

Delhi Dy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia waves as he leaves for work on bicycle on the first day of the odd-even scheme, in New Delhi.

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Volunteers wear pollution masks and stand at a busy crossing with the banner saying obey odd and even, remove pollution, in New Delhi. Authorities in New Delhi are restricting the use of private vehicles on the roads under an "odd-even" scheme based on license plates to control vehicular pollution as the national capital continues to gasp under toxic smog.

AP Photo/Manish Swarup

A policewoman wears a pollution mask and and hold a banner saying obey odd and even, remove pollution, in New Delhi.

AP Photo/Manish Swarup

Volunteers and policemen wear pollution masks and stand at a busy crossing with the banner saying obey odd and even, remove pollution, in New Delhi. Authorities in New Delhi are restricting the use of private vehicles on the roads under an "odd-even" scheme based on license plates to control vehicular pollution as the national capital continues to gasp under toxic smog.

AP Photo/Manish Swarup

Volunteers wear pollution masks as they stand at a busy crossing with the banner saying obey odd and even, remove pollution, in New Delhi.

AP Photo/Manish Swarup

Volunteers wear pollution masks and stand at a busy crossing with the banner saying obey odd and even, remove pollution, in New Delhi.

Photo by Jitender Gupta/Outlook

Civil Defence volunteer display a placard asking people to follow th odd-even scheme, at ITO in New Delhi.

Photo by Jitender Gupta/Outlook

Civil Defence volunteer wearing a mask displays a placard asking people to obey the odd-even rule, in New Delhi.

PTI Photo/Kamal Singh

Civil Defence volunteer wearing a mask displays a placard asking people to obey the odd-even rule, in New Delhi.

PTI Photo/Kamal Singh

Traffic policemen impose penalty on a traffic offender for riding a vehicle with a number plate ending with an even digit during the Odd-Even scheme, in New Delhi.

PTI Photo/Kamal Singh

Traffic policemen impose penalty on a traffic offender for riding a vehicle with a number plate ending with an even digit during the Odd-Even scheme, in New Delhi.

PTI Photo/Kamal Singh

Traffic policemen impose penalty on a traffic offender for riding a vehicle with a number plate ending with an even digit during the Odd-Even scheme, in New Delhi.

PTI Photo/Kamal Singh

From left, Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Chinese Premier Li Keqiang and Thailand Prime Minister Prayuth Chan-ocha talk before a group photo at The Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) summit in Nonthaburi, Thailand.

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