New Delhi: Dinesh Singh doesn't remember the last time he ate fruit or a bowl of vegetables.

NEW DELHI: After a neck-and-neck race with Beijing over the past few winters, Delhi may soon find itself without a rival for the 'most-polluted-city' crown.

NEW DELHI: As world leaders met in Paris on Monday to commit to a united fight against climate change, the capitals of India and China remained blanketed in heavy smog triggered by pollution.

Firecracker traders may have complained of a slowdown in cracker sales but air pollution levels on Wednesday didn't reflect their concerns by any measure.

The city's air quality deteriorated sharply on Tuesday morning with many residents complaining of a "choking feeling".

Conservationists were alarmed this week to find one of NCR's once most-commonly sighted wetland bird, common pochard, to have been labelled `near-threatened' in the latest red list of birds release

Delhi's big plan to combat air pollution this winter is likely to face a delay.

The Delhi government is planning to make public real-time air pollution levels in various parts of the city this winter.

With pulses too expensive and unavailable on PDS, the urban and rural poor are relying heavily on starch for sustenance

Diesel fumes from heavy commercial vehicles are choking the capital and these trucks push up the air pollution level by several notches higher than what official estimates tell us.