This paper present results of a bottom-up emissions inventory, an analysis of source-receptor relationships for PM10 and PM 2.5 for residential and industrial areas in Delhi NCR, and implications of sector based interventions on air pollution control policy.

In a number of cities in India, air pollution is a growing problem, not only limited to the megacities, but also spreading through the tier II and tier III cities. Given a diverse mix of sources in these cities, with megacities dominated with transport sector and the secondary