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.

NEW DELHI: Delhi’s groundwater resources are fast depleting and many parts are already suffering from indiscriminate withdrawal that may take years to replenish.

While the major air pollution threat in Delhi is from the tiny PM2.5 particles that get embedded in the lungs, during the summer, PM10 is the primary pollutant.

The city’s air quality, after remaining for six consecutive days in the “severe” category, has improved to the “moderate” category on Monday.

The air quality in the national Capital improved to 'moderate' on Monday after a week of high pollution levels caused by the dust storm in the western parts of the country.

Met Department forecasts rain in coming days, could improve quality more

NEW DELHI: Five fresh cases of malaria have been reported in the past week in the national capital, taking the total number of people affected by the vector-borne disease this season to 29, accordi

In 2018 alone, there have been 50 severe storms across 16 Indian states that have led to more than 500 deaths, compared to 22 storms between 2003 and 2017

Dust storm

With a massive haze of dust enveloping Delhi and the pollution levels dropping to "severe" category, a green body has urged the Environment Ministry to speed up rolling out its National Clean Air P

NEW DELHI: Community kitchens (langars) in 10 major Delhi gurdwaras have implemented the food safety and hygiene standards set by food regulator FSSAI to make healthy food accessible to everyone.

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