Will A New Policy Save Delhi?

Author Introduction:

My name is Akshaj Tammewar and I am a student of grade 9A. I love to read all kinds of books, write, and listen to music. I love football and tennis too.

November has been seeing a long debate where Arvind Kejriwal hopes to enforce a new, pertinent policy involving odd and even numbered license plates of vehicles allowed to be driven on different days. I strongly disapprove of this policy as there are several flaws associated with it despite the good intentions behind it.

To begin with, Delhi's current public transport is barely able to support the current demand so when this policy is in use the demand will definitely increase and


Which government structure best suits our country, unitary or federal?
By-Soumya - Grade-8A

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I like books(especially the smell), music, food, chocolates, humour, having fun with my friends and getting the on-top-of-the-world feeling.

Hobbies-Listening to music, dancing, reading and drawing.

I think our country, India, has a perfect system of government as it fulfils our needs, extensively. Unitary and Federal, both, are needed because each of them have their own importance in our government structure.

Why do we require a federal system?


Odd Kejriwal’s Not-So-Even Policy
-Prasad Kuberkar

The start of November saw the chief minister of Delhi, Arvind Kejriwal, suggest a policy to control the rapidly rising traffic and pollution in Delhi. He proposed a policy allowing only even numbered vehicles on Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays, and Sundays, while odd numbered vehicles on Tuesdays, Thursdays, Saturdays, and Sundays. I believe that this policy will not work very well, with history and other factors on my side.


Should we participate in ‘Shut Down your Screen’ week?

About Author:
Hi! I am Kashish. I am a cheerful girl studying in grade 8th. I love to read books and spend time with my friends.

Albert Einstein once said that “ I fear the day that technology will surpass our human interaction. The world will have a generation full of idiots.” Well I’m sure that ‘feared day’ is very close. Technology helps students gather information, kids to stay entertained, adults find a new relaxing factor and grandparents find a new ‘buddy’. However I believe that we should shut down our technology for a week, to see if it benefits us.


Does Internet Bring Enormous Changes to the Education of the Youth?

About Author:
Hi, I am Rishi reading in grade 8B. I love creative writing.I am also a die hard Star Wars, chess, and football fan.

Fifty years ago, students did not have the internet, but now, the internet is an integral part of our daily lives. Everyday, we use the internet for an innumerable amount of tasks. We send emails, use the cloud, and juggle with important data files for our professional and personal lives. But does the internet really affect the education of our youth? Does it bring enormous changes in the way children are educated??


More Odds than Evens for Kejriwal’s New Scheme
by Valli - Gr. 9A

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My name is Valli, and I am in Grade 9A. My hobbies include: painting, listening to music, watching movies, and writing and collecting poems.

Our Government has conjured up another outré and bizarre idea: the Odd or Even Plan to reduce the pollution levels in Delhi. Kejriwal’s latest larger-than-life scheme proposes to have all even- number plated cars on the roads one day, and odd numbers on the next. In my opinion, this plan will engender more disasters than the good it will do.