JAIPUR/ALWAR/KOTA: Dust storm followed by rains hit various parts of the state leaving two persons dead on Tuesday afternoon.
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.
India remains the fastest growing economy in the world, a poll by Reuters said recently.
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.
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
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NEW DELHI: Winter pollution in the national capital region may be deadly, but summer doesn’t give much respite either.
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NEW DELHI: Delhi's air quality plunged into the "severe" category on Wednesday as dusty conditions continued for a second straight day, trapping the city under a blanket of heat and particulate mat
The air quality levels in the national Capital remained in the 'severe' category for the second consecutive day on Wednesday.
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