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In Hyderabad, the government...
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The public sector Delhi Transport Corp (DTC), whose buses have a reputation for being polluting, has received an award by the Indian Oil Corp (IOC) for saving fuel. Presenting the award, instituted by IOC to encourage state transport authorities to conserve petroleum products, secretary to the ministry of surface transport S P Bagla said, "Conservation efforts have to focus on the organised transport undertakings." Five DTC depots were also awarded Indian Oil diesel conservation trophies.
According to studies by the National Productivity Council, DTC ranks fourth in fuel productivity among all transport corporations and undertakings. However, Ravi Raj Singh, chairperson and managing director of DTC, admits, "Despite the strides DTC has made in diesel conservation, there is further scope in improving fuel efficiency and various performance indicators."