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January 11, 2016 The world's most polluted city (according to WHO) tries to get millions of drivers off the roads with a new license-plate-based plan.
Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal, center, takes part in a cycle rally during a car-free day that covered a 4-mile stretch in New Delhi, India, on Thursday.
October 22, 2015 The city — one of the world's most polluted — closed a major stretch of road to private cars for a few hours Thursday. Officials hope car-free days will help clean the air.
Monsoon clouds loom over New Delhi, the city at the center of Raj Kamal Jha's new novel.
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March 1, 2015 In his novel She Will Build Him a City, Raj Kamal Jha weaves the reality he sees as a journalist in New Delhi — where many gravitate looking for a better future — into a fictional, magical world.
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Arvind Kejriwal addresses his supporters in New Delhi, India, on Friday after announcing his resignation as chief minister of Delhi.
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February 14, 2014 Arvind Kejriwal stepped down less than two months after his stunning rise to the position. His move came after lawmakers in the state assembly blocked an anti-corruption measure that he has championed.
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