Delhi's air quality slips to 'very poor' due to slow winds; dip in stubble burning

Credit: IndiaTimes- Published on November 23, 2020
After nearly 10 days, Delhi's air quality deteriorated on Monday to the "very poor" category and is likely to worsen in the next two days due to slow winds and low ventilation, government agencies said. Stubble burning, which accounted for 12 percent of Delhi's PM2.5 pollution on Sunday, contributed six percent on Monday.

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Published on November 24, 2020 -  01:39
Thick smog envelopes Delhi, air quality in 'very poor' category
No respite for Delhiites, as Air Quality Index was in 'very poor' category in parts of national capital on November 24. In Patparganj, the AQI stood at 400, in ITO at 388, RK Puram at 366 all in 'severe' category. Mercury level also dipped in the national capital, with an IMD forecast of 10 digree C minimum and 25 digree C maximum temperatures for today.

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