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city Promotion of egalitarianism as the scheme applies to several “very important persons” too Promotion of volunteerism unity and cooperation among residents None of these in my view Simply because the odd-even scheme is not the right approach to dealing with any of these challenges faced by Delhi residents At best this approach can only provide some temporary respite There is no substitute for a good network of public transport Except for the Delhi Metro which is gradually expanding its network Delhi badly lacks other modes of public transport that are interconnected Yet the odd-even scheme is important for other reasons The biggest advantage of the scheme is the sensitisation of people — the rich and the poor men and women adults and children (both current and future vehicle owners/ drivers) — about the problems faced due to too much traffic on roads If one were to apply a behavioural sciences lens then the odd-even scheme may be doing more than just sensitising people It may be fundamentally altering their behaviour over time Insights from behavioural sciences suggest that human beings have two types of thought processes: Automatic and deliberative While the automatic process is fast effortless and associative the deliberative process is slow effortful and reflective It’s the automatic thought process that influences most of our decisions and judgements The odd-even scheme is forcing Delhi residents to switch from the automatic to the deliberative mode of thinking when deciding about their commuting needs In so doing it is forcing people to re-evaluate different transportation options and their travel needs and revise their prior assumptions This may not bear results immediately but could fundamentally change people’s behaviour over time in favour of using multiple modes of transportation and evaluating travel necessity Further insights from behavioural sciences also suggest how social norms and preferences influence human decision-making and how this can shape collective behaviour within social groups and networks Whether it is the success of group lending in Bangladesh that exploited the power of social sanctions or the boost to tax compliance in the UK when people were informed of the compliance norm in their region interventions that are designed paying close attention to social norms and networks and that have harnessed their influence have tended to do better This particular insight points towards the untapped potential of the odd-even scheme The scheme could for example create effective role models by socially recognising those who come up with innovative ways — be it carpooling or combining alternate transportation modes or any other promising out-of-the-box solutions — to deal with the travel challenge when the scheme is operational The scheme then needs to build upon these new ideas images and messages to spread them to different social networks and change the current social norms The odd-even scheme has far-reaching ramifications But those trying to adjudge the performance of the scheme by its effect on air quality in the city are applying too narrow a frame The AAP government deserves to be praised for being bold in experimenting with the odd-even idea But implementing it on a regular basis would be a little premature before the public transport system particularly the bus system and connectivity from metro stations is developed further in a synchronised manner Fortunately the AAP government has time on its side the transport system is well within its control unlike say Delhi Police and can potentially generate resources By systematically cracking the public transport challenge in the city the AAP government would not only have demonstrated itself to be a capable administrator but would have also showcased to the world how public transportation systems in a large metropolis can be fixed (This article appeared in the print edition under the headline ‘A Scheme For New Thinking’) For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Anju Agnihotri Chaba | Jalandhar | Published: July 19 2017 10:40 am Top News A DAY after a clash in Hoshiarpur central jail where 10 prisoners had attempted to free another gangster by manhandling the jail staff including deputy superintendent of the jail all the 10 were lodged in the separate cells A case was registered against them It is learnt that all the 10 gangsters who were earlier lodged in the block number 12 and 13 had made a plan to free a gangster Gurpreet Singh alias Laddi who was lodged in block number eight Over a dozen cases are pending against Laddi including attempt to murder Most of the involved gangsters belong to the Jaggu gang of Amritsar and Bhana gang of Jalandhar A security review of the jail was also conducted and more cops were deployed at strategic locations inside the jail compound On Monday the prisoners climbed over the wall of their blocks to reach block 8 where Laddi was lodged Laddi had also made a futile attempt to escape from the jail on Sunday A case under relevant sections including 353 (assault or criminal force to deter public servant from discharge of his duty) 147 (punishment of rioting) 186 (obstructing public servant) 506 (criminal intimidation) and 511of IPC and section 45 of the Prison Act charges including attack on the officials on duty has been registered against Manpreet Singh alias Many Shamsher Singh alias Shera Charat Singh Paramjit Singh alias Pamma Daljit Singh alias Bhana Satish Gill Dalbir Singh alias Dalbira Ranbir Singh Gurpreet Singh alias Gopi and Rajbir SinghGurmeet Singh Laddi Jail superintendent Vikramjit Singh Panthe when contacted said all of them were kept in separate cells now and the situation was “fully under control” Seminar on inmates’ rights In bid to counsel inmates to maintain law and order inside the jail a seminar was conducted in Hoshiarpur jail Tuesday in which Hoshiarpur SSP J Elanchezhian was the chief guest The SSP elaborated on the ‘rights and duties’ of the inmates He said inmates must follow the principals of Nelson Mandela former president of South Africa who had spent a long time in jail and fought for the rights of his countrymen by adopting democratic and peaceful methods For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Anushree Majumdar | Published: February 14 2017 12:05 am Janiva Magness Top News Janiva Magness might not have snagged a Grammy award for Contemporary Blues Album on Sunday but a day earlier when she took the stage at the seventh Mahindra Blues Festival in Mumbai the crowd was looking at a winner In 2009 the Blues Foundation named Magness the “BB King Entertainer of the Year” only the second woman after Koko Taylor to be so honoured On Saturday evening the 60-year-old put on a powerful show at the Mehboob Studio performing songs such as Doorway Real slow Say you will and more from her 12th studio album the Grammy-nominated Love Wins Again (2016) Excerpts from an interview: The first time you saw Otis Rush perform you said you felt like you’d been struck by lightning Did you know then that you would sing the blues Absolutely not I was 14 years old then and couldn’t have known what would become my truth until many years later However not understanding that didn’t stop me from pursuing this career But really knowing and accepting that this was my path happened when I was 40 I had too much anxiety fear and self-doubt Did you gain more confidence when you decided to record Original (2014) an album you wrote and moved away from covering blues standards Yes there was a huge shift with Original I do a lot of meditation and practise ways to find guidance I feel as though I’ve gotten away with something; to have this career in spite of that fear has been a blessing I’ve worked very hard all my life for this You also released Original with Fathead Records your own label Many years ago my ex-husband had a publishing company called Fathead That was a joke between us — “old shoes fat head thin wallet” — meaning stubborn and broke but still here So the shift from established labels to my own was absolutely necessary from a creative point of view and it has proven to be a good decision After writing the Grammy-nominated Love Wins Again where do you think your songwriting is at today It is very challenging Especially in entertainment because they’ll say ‘Well that was great but now what do you have’ I’m in the process of writing several songs It is a different level of intimacy with the music and with the audience As an artist when you step out on stage and begin to sing and the audience immediately sings along with you mouthing the words to a song you have written and not something by Muddy Waters or anybody else there’s a depth to that connection I feel closer to my audience than ever before For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express News Service | Published: February 19 2016 12:00 am A look at the front page of The Indian Express published on February 19 1976 Forty Years Ago Related News The Indian government made it known that Bangladesh’s precondition for talks on Farakka that India should stop drawing any water from the barrage was “wholly unacceptable” to it A ministry of external affairs spokesperson said India appreciated Bangladesh’s need for water during the lean months to meet its reasonable requirements for irrigation fishing and other productive uses India would never wish to do anything that might harm the legitimate interests of Bangladesh He said the Bangladeshi media was making baseless allegations against India to arouse popular passions and to create an unnecessary scare Goray Meets Vinoba The socialist leader NG Goray met Vinoba Bhave at the latter’s ashram near Nagpur Goray spent nearly two hours with the Bhoodan leader Thereafter Goray left for Bombay to meet Jayaprakash Narayan DMK’s Promise DMK President M Karunanidhi said he had deputed his former cabinet colleague R Rajaram to meet the president PM and home minister and hand over to them a letter given by him In the letter Karunanidhi emphasised that the DMK was not a party wedded to violence of any kind “Our party believes that any problem should or could be approached and solved in a parliamentary legal and democratic manner I assure you that having regard to this basic approach of our party none of the party leaders or partymen will either resort to or incite any violent agitation at any time” the letter said King of Tonga Prime Minister Indira Gandhi and the King of Tonga discussed bilateral economic matters and reviewed the situation in the South Pacific King Taufa’ Ahau Tupou briefed PM Gandhi of the imperial powers’ bid to make their presence felt in the South Pacific He expressed his appreciation of India’s technical assistance For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related News Jani said Haka and four of his 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