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Excerpts from the Interview: Has Delhi frittered away the benefits of the CNG ruling of 1998 It is very apparent that pollution levels have soared in Delhi In the little travel I do around Delhi I return to Chandigarh with allergic asthma This is very sad because particulate matter levels had seen a very clear dip after the first-generation reforms Now the air has actually become like poison Also Read: ‘You have to understand there are various lobbies’ says Sheila Dikshit Who do you hold responsible for the deterioration in air quality There has been complete laxity on part of the government in holding on to the benefits The last government in Delhi for three terms and at the Centre did nothing despite so much data from so many organisations warning about deteriorating air quality Post-2005 there are more than five million registered vehicles in Delhi and there will be a million more unregistered ones More importantly 55-60% of them run on diesel A lot of small-scale industries have come up I am told a few stone-crushing units too are back Also: ‘Big talk when in Opp talk of lobbies when in power’ How do you evaluate the role of the judiciary in monitoring pollution control measures in NCR since the 1990s It is unfortunate that the courts have not been as active in the last decade I think there is a need to sensitise judges on environmental protection laws You cannot leave everything on one judge on the National Green Tribunal panel How much can he do Until the 1990s the judiciary was extremely active and the biggest judgments to benefit the environment came from the Supreme Court not from the government — moving hazardous industries and stone-crushing units outside the city monitoring the forest cover READ:Delhi pollution: The studies no one acted on The Justice Verma bench conducted almost daily hearings on the green cover ordering that a boundary be constructed around the ridge area The court monitored the cleaning of the Yamuna and took steps to reduce air pollution around Delhi Mathura and Agra Whatever good was done for improving air quality had been initiated by the courts But after 2005 I am sad to see the judiciary has not been as active The district courts high courts and the Supreme Court should intervene and participate in environment protection once again in the capital Watch Video What is the road ahead There is no doubt that the previous governments have done nothing in the last 10-15 years This government at the Centre has promised development but what about sustainable development If we fill this earth to bursting point where will the 6 billion of today or the 9-10 billion of tomorrow go Unfortunately there is no other planet we can move to READ:Explained: Know your toxins I hope this government takes up this issue on a war footing For example if you cannot stop people from buying more cars at least regulate the number of cars on the road Cities like San Diego and Singapore have done it The government should also regulate 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United’s flights on this route were cancelled on Friday and Saturday.termed the attack on Kulkarni as unfortunate.5 More recently,a hospital provided notice of termination of its provider agreement to CMS on June 15 2015 in connection with the hospital’s petition for bankruptcy (DAB No CR4500 (2016)) The termination letter stated that the hospital was going to file in bankruptcy court and indicated that the hospital would transition from providing inpatient services to only providing outpatient services as of June 18 2015 On June 18 2015 all inpatients were transferred to other facilities and the hospital closed its inpatient unit The following day CMS issued a letter to the hospital indicating that CMS had accepted the notice of termination and determined that the effective date of termination would be June 18 2015 due to the fact that the hospital ceased inpatient operations on that day The DAB ultimately affirmed CMS’s termination but changed the effective date to July 4 2015 due to the fact that the DAB found that CMS was required to provide at least 15 days’ notice of termination Of note however is that CMS indicated a willingness to rescind the notice of termination if the hospital reopened its inpatient operations While the facts in this case are unique in that the hospital in fact intended to terminate its inpatient operations it is noteworthy because CMS the administrative law judge and the DAB determined that the termination should be effective at the time that inpatient operations ceased Practical Takeaways Although CMS has declined to engage in formal rulemaking to define the meaning of “primarily engaged” informal guidance suggests that there are certain indicators that might be used to assess risk For example a hospital could determine whether at least 51 percent of its beds are devoted to inpatient care or may review whether staffing numbers suggest consistent inpatient operations?