GURUGRAM: Air quality remained poor in the city on Monday despite a slight improvement in the air quality index (AQI) that dropped to 215 from 321 (very poor) on Sunday.
GURUGRAM: The city, which has been NCR’s most polluted for the past three days, was on Sunday declared the most polluted among 62 cities in the country surveyed by the Central Pollution Control Boa
Atmosphere was totally cleaned up owing to the continuous rains over the past few days.
As the pollution in the national Capital keeps on getting bad to worse, Maulana Azad Medical College (MAMC) is coming up with the Department of Occupational and Environment Health.
Owing to the continuous rain in the past three-four days, the city recorded its best-ever air quality index (AQI) of 55 on Monday morning.
Even as air quality in Delhi improved to satisfactory level last week, environmental experts have cautioned that it's no time to rejoice and asked both the central and AAP governments to step up pr
With monsoon rains helping the air quality improve to satisfactory level for the first time in nearly a year, Delhiites breathed the cleanest air last week, authorities said.
Even as rains continued to lash the city on Monday, it marked the best recorded overall Air Quality Index (AQI) since air quality monitoring began in June 2015 for the city at 13.
GURUGRAM: The city has remained the most polluted in Delhi-NCR since Monday.
The air quality of the national Capital has been improving since the past week when dust storm had induced hazy conditions making the air unbreathable.
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