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BusinessToday.In
November 17, 2020
According to CBCB's Sameer App data at 7 am on Tuesday, November 17, Delhi's AQI stood at 161, Faridabad's 175, Gurugram 204, Noida 182, and Ghaziabad 148


PTI
November 15, 2020
The average 24-hour AQI at 4 pm on Sunday was 448 in Ghaziabad, 441 in Noida, 417 in Greater Noida, 425 in Gurugram and 414 in Faridabad, according to the CPCB's Sameer app


BusinessToday.In
November 14, 2020
Delhi air quality: If no crackers are burnt on Diwali day then the PM2.5 concentration in Delhi might be the lowest in the last four years, the Ministry of Earth Sciences said


BusinessToday.In
November 10, 2020
SAFAR said that the share of stubble burning in Delhi's PM 2.5 pollution reached 38 per cent on Monday


BusinessToday.In
November 9, 2020
Delhi air pollution: The average AQI was 475 at 8 am Monday in Gurugram; 483 in Ghaziabad; 482 in Greater Noida; 486 in Noida; and 462 in Faridabad


Shailendra Shukla
New Delhi, November 7, 2020
US Elections 2020: Joe Biden inches closer to White House, gains ground in Georgia, PennsylvaniaDemocratic presidential candidate Joe Biden gained more ground on President Donald Trump in the battleground states of Georgia and Pennsylvania on Friday, edging closer to the White House, hours after Trump falsely claimed the election was being \"stolen\" from him. Biden, 77, would become the next president by winning Pennsylvania, or by winning two out of the trio of Georgia, Nevada and Arizona....


BusinessToday.In
November 6, 2020
Health officials have warned the state government against health risks associated with polluted air. This can be very dangerous for those affected due to coronavirus; people with comorbidities are at a higher risk of dying due to coronavirus


BusinessToday.In
November 6, 2020
On Thursday, the 24-hour average AQI was 450, the worst levels since November last year, with farm fires accounting for 42 per cent of its pollution, the maximum this season so far


BusinessToday.In
New Delhi, November 5, 2020
The National Green Tribunal (NGT) has asked the Centre as well as the states to take more steps to curb pollution. In a notice to the Ministry of Environment and Climate Change, the Central Pollution Control Board, the Delhi Pollution Control Board and the Delhi police commissioner, the NGT have asked for a complete ban on crackers from November 7 to November 30. The tribunal said that even the use of green crackers will also lead to poor visibility, hazy conditions and asphyxia. Watch the video for more.Also Read: Delhi govt bans fire crackers as coronavirus cases, pollution rise


PTI
November 3, 2020
The city recorded a minimum temperature of 10 degrees Celsius, the lowest in the season so far


BusinessToday.In
October 27, 2020
Delhi recorded a 24-hour average air quality index (AQI) of 353 on Monday. It was 349 on Sunday, 345 on Saturday, and 366 on Friday. Delhi's air quality is predicted to remain in the 'very poor' category till October 31


BusinessToday.In
October 26, 2020
Solicitor General Tushar Mehta told the bench that the Centre has taken a holistic view of the matter and the draft of the proposed law on curbing pollution would be submitted in the apex court within four days


BusinessToday.In
New Delhi, October 26, 2020
Delhi's air continues to be hazardous as toxic smog engulfs the sky. According to Central Pollution Control Board, the overall air quality of Delhi has dipped to very poor category. Areas like Anand Vihar, Jahangirpuri are worst affected as the air quality of these areas falls under 'severe category'. Watch the video for more details.


Prasanna Mohanty
October 26, 2020
Multiple factors led to it: First they were asked to grow paddy to overcome food scarcity; mechanised harvesting left massive residue that takes longer to decompose and then paddy sowing was delayed to conserve water, overshooting residue burning into Delhi's bad winter air days


PTI
October 24, 2020
Delhi pollution: The Ministry of Earth Sciences' air quality monitor System of Air Quality and Weather Forecasting and Research (SAFAR) said a significant increase in the stubble-fire count was observed around Haryana, Punjab and other neighbouring regions


BusinessToday.In
October 23, 2020
Delhi air pollution: High levels of air pollution in Delhi is a year-round problem, which can be attributed to unfavourable meteorological conditions, farm fires in neighbouring regions and local sources of pollution


Prasanna Mohanty
October 22, 2020
Many studies, including those by top government bodies, identify top polluters of Delhi air as industries, vehicles and dust; the annual, ritualistic bashing of Punjab farmers in winter months only helps in shifting the blame and allows government agencies to evade accountability


PTI
October 19, 2020
On Sunday, a central government agency reported 1,230 farm fires in Delhi's neighbouring states -- the maximum in a day so far this season


BusinessToday.In
New Delhi, October 19, 2020
Stubble burning in neighbouring states of Punjab and Haryana has now polluted Delhi's air quality by 19 per cent, according to a data Central Pollution Control Board (CPCB) website SAFAR. Stubble burning was responsible for only 6 per cent pollution contribution to the air quality of Delhi NCR on October 15 but in a span of two days, it has increased by 13 per cent, the data showed. However, the Centre and state governments have continued to pass the blame onto each other. Watch the video for more.


PTI
October 19, 2020
Interacting with people during a Facebook Live event, he said the major factors behind air pollution in the country are traffic, industries, waste, dust, stubble, geography and meteorology


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