MUMBAI: Air pollution contributed to a total of 80,665 premature deaths of adults over 30 years in Mumbai and Delhi in 2015, a two-fold jump from 1995, according to a new study at the Indian Instit
Mumbai: In an indication of the very poor health of the city's air, Mumbai has been declared by the World Health Organisation (WHO) as the fifth most polluted megacity in the world in terms of PM 1
MUMBAI: After two days of experiencing 'good' air quality, the city's pollution levels fell to the 'moderate' levels on Sunday evening.
MUMBAI: After a few days of 'good' to 'moderate' air quality levels, the pollution in the city breached the 'poor' category on Monday.
For the fifth day in a row, air quality index (AQI) in the city remained in the `very poor' category as it again beat the national capital in pollution levels.
MUMBAI: The city may not ring in the New Year on a very good note as the air you breathe in the next few days is expected to be heavily polluted.
MUMBAI:Trombay was the noisiest area in the city during the festive days of Diwali and Gandhi Market while Matunga was the quietest, shows data recorded by the Maharashtra Pollution Control Board.
Mumbai: While the city's air quality deteriorates during Diwali, pollution is a cause for worry throughout the year due to constant increase in vehicles, construction projects and poor sanitation.
With a view to achieve its target of making functional toilets available in all government schools in Maharashtra, the education department has set March 2015 as its deadline.
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