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Delhi-NCR Improvement in Air Quality, severely leads to'very bad' category

Even in Delhi-NCR, there was a thick sheet of smoke and pollution particles in the sky. However, the city's air quality index (AQI) has seen a marginal decline. According to
the Central Pollution Control Board (CPCB), most of the cities, excluding Ghaziabad, have been severely downgraded by Auai in a very poor category. In Ghaziabad, it is still
in a serious category.

On Wednesday, most of the cities, including Delhi, recorded ACCA between 350 and 399. On Monday and Tuesday, it crossed the 401 figure.

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BJP president Amit Shah to interact with youth in Jaipur on November 21

BJP president Amit Shah will hold talks with youths of poll-bound Rajasthan on November 21 in Jaipur, Union minister Rajyavardhan Rathore said on Sunday.

The main event will be held at Tagore School auditorium in Jaipur where nearly 4,000 youths will participate. The event will be live streamed and Shah will take questions from youths present there and also from those at six other locations — Bharatpur, Udaipur, Kota, Jodhpur, Ajmer and Bikaner, Rathore said at a press conference in Jaipur.

Apart from these places, town hall meetings will be held in other 200 locations across the state where youths will be present, Rathore said, adding questions from youths who will be present at these locations will be registered beforehand and they will not be able to ask question during the programme.

“India is emerging as a strong nation due to the vision and energy of Prime Minister Narendra Modi. Youths understand this. Social media has brought awareness among people on issues, be it political or any other. BJP has always has held dialogues with youths and therefore, the party present is going to communicate with the state’s youths on November 21,” he said.

Rathore said that questions can be asked through social media platforms like Twitter and Facebook. Assembly polls in Rajasthan will be held on December 7.

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PM to inaugurate Western Peripheral Expressway today

Western Peripheral Expressway: Much have been said about rising pollution in the National Capital, Delhi. The government has once again come up with a method to combat the main problem behind air pollution -- vehicular smoke.

Prime Minsiter Narendra Modi inaugurated Kundli-Manesar-Palwal (KMP) western peripheral expressway on Monday, 19 November 2018, in order to cut down the extra traffic in Delhi.

Since the expressway stretches from Kundli to Manesar -- connecting Haryana -- a lesser number of trucks will now cross the national capital. This indeed will reduce the traffic and pollution in Delhi.

Interestingly, two rows of shrubs will be planted in the median. Also, on each side, two rows of trees such as Neem, Arjun, and Sheesham would be planted, a Haryana government spokesman was quoted saying in a PTI report.

Also, PM Modi flags off the 3.2 km-long Ballabhgarh-Mujesar Metro rail link, which will be a great help for the people travelling from Delhi to Faridabad.

The prime minister inaugurated the Rs 580 crore Metro link in Sultanpur village in the district.

Ballabhgarh becomes the fourth city in Haryana to get metro connectivity after Gurgaon, Faridabad and Bahadurgarh.

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SC pulls up States for delay in recruitment of judges.

The Supreme Court on Thursday pulled up various State governments and the administrative side of the High Courts for a delay in filling vacancies in subordinate judicial services.“We want our judges. We will put them in their posts, and if they cannot work, it is because the government is not giving them the infrastructure... Enough is enough,” Chief Justice Gogoi said. The Supreme Court had earlier warned of centralising appointments to the subordinate judiciary.

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Arvind Kejriwal says Haryana government stopped him from visiting dispensary

Manohar Lal Khattar asking him to visit a mohalla clinic set up by the AAP government in Delhi, while he expressed interest in visiting a Haryana government dispensary. Receiving no response from Mr. Khattar, the Delhi Chief Minister was on his way to a dispensary in Haryana when he was stopped allegedly.

Was this action by Haryana government right?

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