NEW DELHI: The air quality in the national capital was recorded in the 'poor' category on Tuesday, the Central Pollution Control Board (CPCB) said.
Cold wave coupled with heavy rain and hailstorm are likely to sweep across Delhi on Monday evening, a private weather forecasting agency said.
The Centre on Wednesday collaborated with the German government to combat air pollution and exchanged a joint declaration for the implementation of India's National Clean Air Programme (NCAP).
NEW DELHI: A “moderate” day in Delhi is an “emergency” in London. And the UK is still looking to clean up its air even further.
Nimli (Rajasthan): Bengal has the highest air pollution-related deaths among states in the mid socio-demographic index (SDI) segment, according to a report published by Centre for Science & Env
GURUGRAM: After three days of ‘moderate’ air quality, Gurugram Sunday recorded the air quality index (AQI) at ‘poor’ level owing to partly cloudy sky.
The AQI near Pusa Road, Airport Terminal 3 and Chandni Chowk was recorded at 329, 301 and 338 respectively.
Delhi’s air quality was recorded in the ‘poor’ category on Monday and is expected to deteriorate slightly over the next three days, according to the authorities.
Gurgaon: The air quality dipped further on Monday due to a decline in wind speed and the prevailing cold wave.
NEW DELHI: Cold wave is back in the capital and here to stay, for a few days at least.
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