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Delhi: Odd-even scheme begins, Arvind Kejriwal urges citizens to follow rules, use carpooling

As odd-even scheme (a flagship scheme of the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP)-led Delhi govt) has come into implementation from 8:00 IST today, Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal urged all people to use carpooling to monitor the worsening air quality in the capital. The odd-even scheme is a car rationing program designed to combat pollution by requiring cars with odd and even number plates to drive alternately on the roads of Delhi. The scheme came as Delhi battles with extreme air pollution levels. Src: https://bit.ly/34t7WQ8

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Odisha: a 27-year-old Anupriya becomes the first tribal woman to fly commercial plane

Anupriya Madhumita Lakra(27), a tribal woman from Maoist-affected Malkangiri district of Odisha has recently achieved a mammoth achievement. She has become the first tribal from the state to become a commercial pilot. As per the media reports, she will be joining the Indigo airline as a co-pilot later this month. Lakra's father, who is a police constable, said that it was difficult for him to fund her pilot training but he took loans. Src: https://bit.ly/2m7yCoJ


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Congrats to Modi govt on 100 days of 'no development': Rahul Gandhi

Taking it to the twitter, former Congress President, Rahul Gandhi has shown his concerns about the completion of 100 days of Modi government. Rahul Gandhi tweeted, "Congratulations to the Modi Govt on #100DaysNoVikas, the continued subversion of democracy, a firmer stranglehold on a submissive media to drown out criticism and a glaring lack of leadership, direction & plans where it’s needed the most - to turnaround our ravaged economy." Do you agree with Rahul Gandhi or not, let us know your view in the comments. Src: https://bit.ly/2lKEN1t

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Odisha: A truck driver fined Rs 86,500 - the highest in the country

After the new motor vehicle amendment act was enforced in the country, many incidents have come into lights where the vehicle owners were charged for huge fines. Recently Ashok Jadav, a truck driver from Odisha’s Sambalpur district was fined a whopping Rs 86,500 for violating several traffic rules. Ashok was fined for an unauthorized person to drive (Rs 5,000), driving without a license (Rs 5,000), overloading with an excess of 18 tonnes (Rs 56,000), carrying over dimension projections (Rs 20,000) and general offense (Rs 500). However, the media reports have suggested that the man has paid Rs 70,000 after negotiating with authorities for more than five hours. Src: https://bit.ly/2m52vG6

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