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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


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


Reuters
October 17, 2020
Delhi air pollution: After months of relatively clean air because of a lockdown imposed to fight the virus, pollution levels have spiked to their worst in two years for October


BusinessToday.In
New Delhi, October 17, 2020
COVID-19 led to largest global economic contraction in 80 years: World Bank, IMFThe World Bank and the International Monetary Fund said the global economic contraction caused by the ongoing coronavirus pandemic is the largest in the last eight decades, raising the world poverty rate, exacerbating inequalities and damaging long-term economic growth prospects. The WB and IMF concluded their annual meeting here on Friday, which heavily revolved around the impact of COVID-19.India gained over a...


BusinessToday.In
October 15, 2020
IMD Director General Mrutyunjay Mohapatra said that the prevailing weak La Nina conditions in the Pacific Ocean are likely to influence and trigger severe cold conditions across the country


BusinessToday.In
October 12, 2020
Dr Harsh Vardhan gave an example of the United Kingdom where COVID-19 cases increased during the winters. He added that it would not be wrong to assume that the winter season may see increased rates of transmission in India too


PTI
October 11, 2020
Harsh Vardhan said fighting COVID-19 is everyone's foremost \"dharma\" and as the country's health minister it is his \"dharma\" to mitigate the virus and prevent deaths at any cost


BusinessToday.In
New Delhi, September 25, 2020
It's that time of the year again when Delhi reels under air pollution caused by stubble burning in neighbouring states of Punjab and Haryana. Space agency NASA had found first signs of stubble burning and released pictures. The NASA satellite images showed about seven fresh fires in the farmlands of Punjab between September 13 and 16, hinting at the start of the stubble burning practice by the farmers. While farmers have been given incentives to stop stubble burning, most of them cannot afford the machines being provided as an option. Last year's stubble burning in Punjab and Haryana had contributed to 44 percent of the pollution in  Delhi NCR, according to System of Air Quality and Weather Forecasting and Research (SAFAR), the Ministry of Earth Science. Watch the video for more.


Sonal Khetarpal
New Delhi, September 17, 2020
Despite obvious benefits, most of India Inc. is oblivious to business around women-specific needs. Marketers listening to them have never been happier


Anup Jayaram
September 5, 2020
\"On the demand side, there is some degree of recovery. Everybody is having challenges there are gaps also. The demand side is a bit better now, though the supply side is a challenge. E-commerce is picking up and doing well,\" says Sudarshan Kasturi, CFO, V-Guard


Associated Press
September 5, 2020
Weather officials have cautioned about Typhoon Haishen for the last several days, urging people to brace for what could be a record storm and be ready to take shelter and stock up on food and water


PTI
August 24, 2020
A day ago, Delhi Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia had appealed to the central government to cancel medical and engineering entrance exams JEE and NEET in view of the COVID-19 situation


BusinessToday.In
August 20, 2020
Weather report Delhi: To make matters worse, the IMD has predicted thunderstorms with moderate to heavy rain would continue to occur over several places in and around Delhi over the next 2 hours


BusinessToday.In
New Delhi, August 19, 2020
Incessant rains for a few hours inundated some of the arterial roads in Gurugram, which led to heavy waterlogging on the Delhi-Gurgaon Expressway. The India Meteorological Department on Wednesday predicted that rains would continue till August 25. Airlines also issued an advisory, asking passengers to plan their commute well in advance due to heavy rainfall. Watch the video for more.Also Read: Hotels, weekly markets to reopen in Delhi, gyms to remain shut


PTI
August 19, 2020
According to the sources, the CCEA has approved the Food Ministry's proposal on increasing the sugarcane FRP by Rs 10 per quintal from the existing Rs 275 per quintal


BusinessToday.In
August 19, 2020
Gurgaon rains: Twitter has gone abuzz with videos and pictures of Gurgaon flooding. Twitterati shared pictures of the arterial roads of the city completely inundated


PTI
August 19, 2020
Mumbai and neighbouring Thane are likely to witness maximum rainfall intensity on Friday and Saturday, when the Ganesh festival commences, IMD Mumbai centre's deputy director general K S Hosalikar said


BusinessToday.In
August 19, 2020
Weather report Delhi: The Indian Meteorological Department has predicted 'generally cloudy sky with heavy rain' for the national capital today while warning of heavy rains has been issued in some areas


BusinessToday.In
August 13, 2020
Weather forecast Delhi: Safdarjung Observatory, which provides representative figures for Delhi, recorded mere 31.1 mm rainfall in August so far versus the normal 109.6 mm, a deficit of 72 per cent


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