Some facts about Delhi's worst smog in 17 years

Delhi is experiencing deadly smog over the last four days. High pollution levels due to bursting of firecrackers on Diwali, crop burning in the neighbouring states and an increased number of automobiles on roads have given rise to this situation. A mild anti-cyclonic phenomenon is adding on to the problem.

 
Last Updated: Friday 04 November 2016 | 07:16:00 AM

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