Wednesday 08 November 2017

Delhi is engulfed in a thick smog with dangerous air pollution levels as the environment minister attends the annual Conference of Parties

Today it is hazardous; tomorrow it is going to be deadly

Today it is hazardous; tomorrow it is going to be deadly

The air quality in Delhi is likely to worsen further with north-westerly wind expected to bring in more toxic smoke from Punjab and Haryana in the coming days. In the light of sudden spike in air pollution, EPCA recommends odd-even vehicle rule and ban on construction

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