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"As the sun rises over the Capital in the New Year, people will be anxiously waiting to see how the Delhi Government's 'odd-even' experiment for decreasing air pollution unfolds", reports Hindustan Times. The Indian Express writes "Happy New Odd, Happy New Even Year.
The Hindu writes that according to report released by the Aryabhatta College yesterday, pollution levels in the Capital will decrease by almost 15%, if the odd-even plan is successfully implemented.
The Asian Age headline reads - "PM to Congress: Take vow on New Year to let Parliament work", for the sake of development. As a New Year gift to the youth and to curb corruption he also announced that starting January 1 2016, there would be no interviews for Central Government jobs in the Class III and IV categories from today.
A headline in Hindustan Times reads "Soon, Delhi to Meerut in 45 minutes on 14 lane e-way". The Prime Minister yesterday laid the foundation stone for the 74 km Delhi-Meerut Expressway, slated to cost 7,566 crore rupees and which is expected to de-congest roads in the National Capital.
The Hindu writes that besides focusing on the new Capital Amaravati, Andhra Chief Minister N Chandrababu Naidu is striving for overall development of the State.
And finally, The Times of India tells us that the thriving Big Cat population in the famous Jim Corbett National Park - might be a show piece for successful conservation, but its tigers and leopards are at great risk from canine diseases.