Delhi's air quality is in 'very poor' category, as per System of Air Quality & Weather Forecasting & Research.
National capital's air quality continues to degrade as it slips from 'very poor category' to 'severe category.' According to System of Air Quality and Weather Forecasting and Research (SAFAR), city's air quality index stood at 404 in the morning of D
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National capital continues to reel under pollution. Air Quality Index stood in 'very poor' category in Delhi. Visibility remained poor around Indira Gandhi International Airport area due to pollutants in the atmosphere.
Delhiites continued to breathe poor air. On November 06, the quality index stood in 'severe' category, according to Central Pollution Control Board.
Amid the rise in pollution levels, people are having problems with breathing and some children have started facing throat problems due to contaminated air.
The Delhi air quality on Monday turned 'hazardous' at several places with the beginning of stubble burning.
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The air quality in Delhi-NCR continues to remain in the 'severely unhealthy' category for the 5th consecutive day as odd-even scheme ended on Friday, November 15.
On Saturday morning, the AQI in Delhi remained above the 500 mark around 7 am. The numbers improved slightly by 9 am but the quality overall remains very much in the severely unhealthy category in Delhi.
Delhi govt tells SC that pollution level gets reduced by 5-15 per cent due to Odd Even scheme and that the result will be better if no exemption is given under the scheme. The real culprit of Delhi pollution is stubble burning.
If the air quality doesn't improve, we will take a decision on extending Odd-Even vehicle scheme on November 18, says CM Arvind Kejriwal