On the first day of the second round of Delhi’s odd-even plan, the air quality monitoring station at Civil Lines showed higher levels of pollution than most other areas of the city. RK Puram and Anand Vihar however saw significant dips in the levels of PM 2.5.
India’s state run oil retailers have cut the retail selling price of petrol by 74 paise per litre, and diesel by Rs 1.30 per litre. From the intervening midnight between April 15 and 16, petrol will cost Rs 61.13 per litre in the national capital, while diesel will retail at Rs 48.01 per litre.
India today termed as “factually incorrect and misleading” the references to Kashmir made by the Organisation of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) during its 13th Summit in Turkey and asked it to refrain from making such statements.