People taking public transport in Delhi will have to wait for some more time to travel in DTC and cluster buses on reduced fares as the government has "sought comments" from its departments on slashing charges by 75 per cent. "Government has sought ... Business Standard, 2 months ago
Delhi govt likely to drop its bus fare cut proposal - Business Standard, 1 month ago
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In the wake of the Centre notifying a graded response plan to counter air pollution, Delhi Transport Minister Satyendar Jain on Tuesday said that the odd-even scheme would be implemented within days if air pollution touched ‘emergency’ levels in the ...The Hindu, 2 months ago
BJP leader Vijender Gupta today criticised Delhi's Aam Aadmi Party government for its failure to roll out the month-long programme to slash fares of DTC and cluster buses by 75 per cent, despite announcing the scheme. "Failure of Delhi government ...Business Standard, 2 months ago
The rate of violent incidents against women in the national Capital continues to remain “unacceptably high”. Delhi recorded the highest number of such incidents among all states and Union Territories (UT) in the last four years, according to a ...DNA, 2 months ago
'Concerns about India's future are hampering private investment.''If the private sector sees strategy, teams and execution on these issues, this will inspire confidence in India.''This should be our main strategy for 2017,' says Ajay Shah. Difficult business cycle conditions have prevailed from 2012 onwards. Investment is weak, and there is stress in one-third of the corporate balance sheet and three-fourths of the banking balance sheet. The demonetisation shock will weigh on 2017-2018. How ...Rediff.com, 2 months ago
Even as the Delhi government pushes for route rationalisation and attempts to introduce a new fleet of smaller buses, traffic experts have completely rejected the idea, claiming that it would increase the cost for the commuter and promote use of private ...DNA, 2 months ago
Beginning January 1, all heavy vehicles will have to stick to left lane, or else face hefty fines. Working towards decongestion of city roads and to fight pollution, the Delhi government on Thursday issued directives to the Transport Department, asking ...DNA, 2 months ago
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