The AQI of Delhi remained in the 'very poor' category, on January 20. According to SAFAR, the national capital's AQI was recorded at 318. The AQI of Delhi for the next two days will remain in the 'very poor' category and is likely to rain on January 22 and 23, said SAFAR. Meanwhile, Noida's air quality and Gurugram's air quality remains in the 'very poor' category with AQI at 306.
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In a shocking incident, a prisoner of Tihar Jail, Delhi swallowed a 7 cm long and 3 cm wide mobile. However, the dangerous stunt landed him into severe stomach pain, following which a team of doctors at GB Pant Hospital, performed endoscopy and took out the phone from the prisoner's mouth. Dr. Siddharth of GB Pant Hospital said, this is not the first time such cases came.
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The AQI of Delhi slipped from 'poor' to 'very poor' category on January 18. According to SAFAR, Delhi's AQI was recorded at 312. On January 17, Delhi's air quality was in the 'poor' category. Meanwhile, Noida's air quality remains 'very poor' with AQI at 341. Gurugram remains in the "poor" category with AQI at 280. IMD predicted rain in Delhi on January 21, and hail storms in Haryana and Punjab.
The Bharatiya Janata Party will hold a meeting on January 17, in Delhi to discuss the election strategy and the manifesto for the UP election. The meeting will be attended by CM Yogi Adityanath. The meeting comes two days after BJP released the list of candidates for the first and second phases. The discussion will also be held on the remaining eight candidates of the first and second phases.
Delhi's air quality has improved from 'very poor' to 'poor' on January 17, with an Air Quality Index (AQI) of 262. The air quality in Noida (323) remains in the 'very poor' category, while the air quality in Gurugram (201) is in the 'poor' category. An AQI from 0-5 is considered 'good', 51-100 'satisfactory', 101-200 'moderate', 201-300 'poor', 301-400 'very poor', and 401-500 'severe'.
The Air Quality Index of Delhi remained in the "very poor" category, since January 14. According to SAFAR, the national capital's AQI recorded 301. However, on January 12, the AQI at Delhi slipped from the "satisfactory" category to "moderate". Meanwhile, Noida air quality remains 'very poor' with AQI at 309 and Gurugram stays in "poor" categories with AQI at 204.
Ahead of Goa Elections, Delhi Chief Minister and Aam Aadmi Party President Arvind Kejriwal will visit Goa on January 15 for two days. He will reach Goa on January 15, at 1:30 pm, and will start the 'Door to Door' campaign. On January 16, Panaji's AAP national convener will hold a press conference. Notably, the Goa elections are scheduled for February 14.
The Union Ministry of Health said that India reported 2,64,202 new COVID-19 cases, 1,09,345 recoveries, and 315 deaths in the last 24 hours, on January 14, which is 6% higher than January 13. Reportedly, Maharashtra reported 46,406 new cases and Delhi reported 28,867. Meanwhile, India's Omicron tally has climbed to 5,753. The daily positivity rate in the country stands at 14.78%. Notably, India administered 155.39 crore vaccine doses to… read-more
The AQI of Delhi has slipped from the "moderate" category to "very poor", on January 14. According to SAFAR, the national capital's AQI is 312. On January 12, the AQI of Delhi slipped from the "satisfactory" category to "moderate" and from the last three days, it was in the "satisfactory category" from January 9 to January 11. Meanwhile, the Noida and Gurugram air quality remains in the "poor" category.
The Air Quality Index of Delhi continues to remain in the "moderate" category on January 13. According to SAFAR, the national capital's AQI is 142. On January 12, the AQI of Delhi slipped from the "satisfactory" category to the "moderate". The city's air quality was in the "satisfactory category" for the last three days from January 9 to January 11. As per government agencies, AQI of 101-200 is considered "moderate".