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Mask became a necessity in Covid times, one that had to be worn at all times in public places. A look at how it transitioned from a daily necessity to a fashion statement for residents of Delhi-NCR.(Photo: Vipin Kumar/HT)

2020 Life in Mask: One for the market, one for the Metro, and one for the wedding down the lane

By Naina Arora | Hindustan Times, New Delhi
PUBLISHED ON DEC 30, 2020 12:35 PM IST
The Covid-19 pandemic made masks compulsory for everyone. From becoming a daily necessity to upgrading itself into a fashion statement, here’s all that a mask has been in the year 2020.
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Adding more public buses to its fleet and preparedness of the Delhi Metro will be key to the success of the odd-even vehicle rationing scheme that is likely to be implemented in November to check the rise in pollution levels.(Hindustan Times)
Adding more public buses to its fleet and preparedness of the Delhi Metro will be key to the success of the odd-even vehicle rationing scheme that is likely to be implemented in November to check the rise in pollution levels.(Hindustan Times)

Buses still not enough to handle extra odd-even rush: Experts

UPDATED ON SEP 13, 2019 10:07 PM IST
The biggest hurdle that the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) government is likely to face in the implementation of the scheme is the limited number of public buses available in the city.
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Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal announced return of Odd-Even vehicle scheme during a press meet on Friday(HT Photo)
Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal announced return of Odd-Even vehicle scheme during a press meet on Friday(HT Photo)

Odd-Even back in Delhi this November, here’s how public transport is preparing

By Soumya Pillai | Hindustan Times, New Delhi
UPDATED ON JUN 29, 2020 08:15 AM IST
The Delhi Transport Corporation (DTC), is awaiting addition of 4000 new buses and has only received the first lot of 25 new buses so far and the rest are to be added in batches till 2020. It is only a minor addition to its existing fleet of 5454 buses.
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If our cities can even spend a fraction of the time around thinking about the problem, we will get the solutions that are useful, contextual and functional.(Parveen Kumar / HT File)
If our cities can even spend a fraction of the time around thinking about the problem, we will get the solutions that are useful, contextual and functional.(Parveen Kumar / HT File)

‘When it comes to infrastructure, we need simple, effective solutions’

UPDATED ON APR 24, 2019 11:16 AM IST
Before spending public money on expensive civic projects, authorities should spend time, planning and examining all aspects of the projects.
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