Delhi government not to allow standing on buses, says transport minister Gahlot
Women will be given pink tickets in DTC and cluster buses to avail the free-ride scheme, which started on Bhai Dhooj.
'Now there is no such need of odd-even scheme because the new ring road we have built is helping reduce pollution in Delhi to a certain extent,' said Gadkari
This photo shows aftermath of a looted street in Honiara's Chinatown, Solomon Islands. Violence receded in the capital of the Solomon Islands, but the government showed no signs of addressing the underlying grievances...AP Photo/Piringi Charley
Vehicles move on a road as smog envelops the historical Badshahi mosque and the surrounding area of Lahore, Pakistan. People of Lahore and adjacent areas are suffering from respiratory problems because of poor air...AP Photo/K.M. Chaudary
A resident walks past an old district in Beijing, China.AP Photo/Ng Han Guan
Bharatiya Kisan Union National Spokesperson Rakesh Tikait offers prayer at Golden temple, in Amritsar.PTI Photo
Defence Minister of Maldives Mariya Ahmed Didi with Indian Naval officers during the Passing Out Parade at Indian Naval Academy (INA), at Ezhimala in Kannur district.PTI Photo
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