NEW DELHI: The Centre's move to earmark Rs 1000 crores to tackle stubble burning in NCR states was welcomed by air quality experts, but they also say critically polluted areas like Singrauli, Ghazi

KOLKATA: After a brief respite, the PM2.5 count again rose above 300 g/m3 on Tuesday morning.

Kochi: The air in Kerala is much cleaner than many cities in the country, according to the latest Greenpeace India report 'Airpocalypse II', which was released on Monday.

NEW DELHI: Airpocalypse II, a report by environmental NGO Greenpeace India, has found that more than 47% of the population in India is still living in areas where there is no air quality monitoring

Airpocalypse-II, a Greenpeace India report , analyses PM10 annual average recorded for 280 cities which have 630 million, or 53% citizens of the country’s total population. A massive part of the population, 580 million (47%) of the population are living in areas where no air quality data is available.

CHENNAI: Though the only study on monitoring of air quality in Chennai is two years old, it still holds good.

Howrah: The average air quality index (AQI) of Howrah, home to Bengal's administrative headquarters, during the week starting January 15 was found to be worse than Delhi's.

In compliance to the direction of Hon’ble National Green Tribunal, Principal Bench, New Delhi Dated: November 17, 2017 (in the matter of Vardhman Kaushik Vs. Union of India & Others vide OA No.

NEW DELHI: LED and electronic panels installed at major traffic intersections across the capital, which usually display road safety tips, will now also show real-time air quality data and health ad

Coimbatore: Many of us romanticise the city weather by calling the haze in early morning and night hours mist or fog.

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