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साल भर में एक बार सरकारें Air Pollution की चिंता करती है, अभी के मौसम में Delhi सहित कई शहरों में दोबारा AQI बढ़ गया है और pollution ने फिर हालत खराब कर दी है. अब Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal ने पटाखों पर बैन लगा दिया है, सवाल है की क्या सिर्फ साल में एक बार पटाखें बैन कर देना ही इस समस्या का समाधान है? क्या गाड़ियों और industry से हो रहे pollution का इसमें कोई हिस्सेदारी नहीं, देखिये इसी पर यह खास बहस 'Awaaz Adda' में

On The Urban Debate today, Tanvi Shukla discusses the hazardous air which is choking Delhi. The citizens are paying price for slow death in the National Capital. For the second day in a row, the Air Quality Index in Delhi and NCR region remains severely toxic.
The rising pollution is also resulting in a surge of respiratory and Coronavirus diseases. What does Delhi government & its neighbouring State Governments need to do to curb Delhi Air Pollution? Is politics costing Delhi its clean air?

Every year, the people of north India, especially Delhi, suffer from severe air pollution during the period of winter. The dip is air quality has many reasons including unfavourable weather, vehicles, stubble burning, etc.
My Right to Breathe Member Jai Dhar Gupta says that from Lahore to Dhaka, the Indo-Gangetic Plain, about 700 million people are about to be exposed to a combined impact of COVID and air pollution.

हवा से घुटने लगा दम, प्रदूषण कब होगा कम Consumer Adda में देखिए हर साल की दिल्ली की फिजा क्यों होती है खराब

India's Coronavirus tally stands at 69,06,151 cases with death toll at 1,06,490. Stubble burning in north Indian states like Haryana & Punjab is rising. Farm fires will lead to more pollution. On the other hand, winter is also arriving.

India's Coronavirus tally stands at 69,06,151 cases with death toll at 1,06,490. Stubble burning in north Indian states like Haryana & Punjab is rising. Farm fires will lead to more pollution. On the other hand, winter is also arriving. The question is - Will air pollution boost Covid in India? Watch India Today's special show Newstoday with Rajdeep Sardesai.

If there is one thing that the global crisis of COVID-19 has hammered home, it is the very fragile relationship we share with our environment and with the other species that inhabit and co-inhabit it along with us. COVID-19 is a zoonotic disease, which are considered as the direct result of how we treat other species in our environment. In this panel discussion, our guests discuss the important actions required to save our environment from degradation and the concept of co-existing with the nature.

As COVID-19 cases surge daily, another monster readies itself to attack the respiratory system. Scientists fear a double whammy once air pollution starts spiraling. Research shows that air pollution may turn mild covid infections into acute cases.

Due to Coronavirus, India had to go through lockdown for months. Due to this, the Indian economy suffered too but one thing which improved was the Air Quality Index (AQI). This is why blue skies were visible and so was the sun every during evenings. In Delhi, the air pollution dipped majorly. The average AQI for August 2020 was 64.On the other hand, the least AQI was 41 on August 31. This falls in very good category. Take a look at the complete report.

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