A top US atmospheric organisation has warned that smog-filled cities in north India and Pakistan could turn into dangerously unhealthy "snow globes".
Smog continued to envelope Delhi-NCR on Thursday morning, with air quality still falling under 'Hazardous' category at some places.
Smoggy conditions continued to prevail in Delhi and National Capital Region on Wednesday morning despite a slight improvement in the air quality.
Air quality in the national capital remained 'very poor' on Tuesday despite showing a marked improvement.
While hearing the review petition, the green tribunal asked the Delhi government as to why it can't run ladies only buses to solve the problem of transport during odd-even scheme.
A thick smog has covered Delhi for a week with the air quality staying in hazardous zone which environmental agencies consider unfit for inhalation even by healthy people.
Dense smog continued to cover Delhi-NCR for the sixth day today, leaving people gasping for breath during the morning hours.
This device seems to be a perfect solution to Delhi smog!
The Delhi government on Saturday called off the propose odd-even scheme in the national capital that was scheduled to be implemented from November 13 to November 17.
Celebrities like Taapsee Pannu, Ayushmann Khurrana, Yuvraj Singh and Varun Dhawan have expressed their concerns over growing air pollution in the country, especially in Delhi NCR.
The Delhi government has asked the green tribunal to exempt industries catering to essential services from its ban order.
Delhi Transport Minister Kailash Gahlot on Thursday announced the rolling out of the road rationing scheme and said that the Delhi Transport Corporation (DTC) has been directed to hire 500 buses.