Pritha Chatterjee

Articles By Pritha Chatterjee

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During odd-even II, most air quality stations showed spike in pollutants

The CPCB also pointed out that emission from different sources, apart from vehicular pollution, also varied, making it difficult to analyse the scientific benefits of the scheme.

India News

How Delhi’s air fared during the odd even scheme

Delhi Pollution Control Committee (DPCC) data shows peak levels of ozone dropped this year at some stations in central Delhi.

Economy News

Odd even used only as emergency measure in Beijing: Chinese transport expert

We have introduced varying vehicle restriction measures since 2008 to tackle Beijing’s poor air quality.

Economy News

Idea Exchange: ‘Who’s a farmer leader? Rahul just speaks about them, but BJP has most farmer MPs’

Union agriculture minister Radha Mohan Singh calls the recent agrarian crisis a ‘product of the past’, asserts that the RSS doesn’t dictate terms to the government and insists that his government is trying to keep its p

Idea Exchange: ‘Who’s a farmer leader? Rahul just speaks about them, but BJP has most farmer MPs’

‘It’s almost impossible to get land to build a metro under existing land law’: Mangu Singh

Managing director of Delhi Metro Mangu Singh explains why construction of metro rail in India is different from anywhere in the world, explains why a 24/7 metro service is not possible, says DMRC has enough revenue to susta

metro News

Games sportspersons, nutritionists play

WHEN the Indian cricket team travels to Zimbabwe next month, its members will not be carrying any nutrition supplements — instead, they will obtain their supplies from South Africa.

Industry News

Maggi noodles effect: Starbucks, Kellogg’s, Venky’s products on FSSAI blacklist

Food regulator gave state officials list of around 500 products that failed to get approvals, many of which were found to contain high levels heavy metals, caffeine and iron fillings, said sources.

starbucks News

Ration card will no longer allow poor get free education and treatment

A year after the National Food Security Act was notified, the Food Supplies and Consumer Affairs department...

Ration card will no longer allow poor get free education and treatment

Explained: Buzz of expectation around world’s first dengue vaccine from Sanofi

Drugmaker Sanofi Pasteur has announced the world’s first dengue vaccine could come in the second half of 2015.

Health News
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