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Delhi Witnesses 'Severe' Air Quality as Index Touches 452 Mark

The Central Pollution Control Board stated that Delhi's air quality became worse as it shifted to 'Severe' from 'Very Poor' on November 5. The city reported air quality Index score of 452 which is considered to affect the health of a normal person. One of the scientists from the Indian Meteorological Department mentioned that deposition of pollutants is not possible anytime soon as air is 'subsiding' in the city. 

Thu, 05 Nov 2020 - 04:39 PM / by Gayatri Sriaad…

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