Large parts of the country witnessed severe heatwave over the last week with temperatures even reaching 50 degrees Celsius in Rajasthan
New Delhi: A severe heatwave is set to hit Delhi and its neighbouring regions which, according to IMD, is likely to push the maximum temperature to 45 degrees Celsius in the next 48 hours.
“Mumbai has long taken its coastal wind for granted. Soon, the wind will be unable to clean pollutants in the air,” said Yash Mar-wah, founder of Let India Breathe
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The air quality in Delhi and most NCR towns was ‘very poor’ as the concentration of particulate matter in the air increased.
While Skymet expects a below-normal rainfall, IMD sees near-normal rains this year
KOCHI: IMD has extended the sunstroke and sunburn alert in the state from April 2 to April 6.
Following light rain and thunderstorm, the air pollution level in the national capital settled in the 'Moderate' category on Sunday.
The AQI near Pusa Road, Airport Terminal 3 and Chandni Chowk was recorded at 329, 301 and 338 respectively.
NEW DELHI: Cold wave is back in the capital and here to stay, for a few days at least.
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