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Odd-even scheme: Arvind Kejriwal to decide on extension of rule on Nov 18



New Delhi: Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Friday said the government will take a decision on extension of the Odd-Even scheme on Monday.

Speaking to the media, he said the air quality is expected to improve in the coming days, as per the forecast.

“We don”t want to impose the Odd-Even unnecessarily. We will see the air quality. If it improves, we will not impose the scheme. Otherwise we will take the decision on extending the Odd-Even scheme on Monday morning.”

Odd-Even was imposed in Delhi from November 4 and it will end on Friday.


Nirbhaya”s killers fate to be decided on Dec 18: Court




New Delhi: As Nirbhaya”s parents moved the Patiala House Court on Friday seeking to expedite the execution of their daughter”s killers seven years since the brutal crime, the Delhi court said it will wait for the Supreme Court”s order taht will be hearing the matter as well on December 17.

Judge Satish Kumar Arora said the matter can be passed after the apex court hearing ends. The top court will on Tuesday take up a review petition of Akshay, one of the December 16 gang rape accused.

Reprimanding A.P. Singh, advocate for the convict, the judge said: “Aren”t you making it an endless exercise?”

The next date of hearing is December 18.

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