Three things Gurugram must do to unclog its roads and make its air unbreathable: The Times of India

“Gurugram has the highest per capita car ownership, almost three times that of Delhi that was earlier regarded as the car capital of the country. In addition, Gurugram also registers 50,000 motor vehicles every year. Therefore, it wasn’t surprising that in February this year the Central Pollution Control Board (CPCB), adjudged Gurgaon as the most polluted among the country’s 28 urban centers.”  


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Three things Gurugram must do to unclog its roads and make its air unbreathable

Why even early rain has failed to clean Delhi air: The Times of India

” NEW DELHI: Pre-monsoon showers have been lashing Delhi for almost a month, but they have little impact on air pollution so far. In fact, until June 27, the capital witnessed a monthly average PM 2.5 level of 132 micrograms per cubic metres (g/m³) — about 2.2 times the 24-hour safe standard — which shows that Delhi’s base or background emissions are quite high even when meteorological conditions are favorable.” The Times of India


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Despite real-time monitoring, no data on Gurgaon’s air quality for 10 days: The Indian Express

“For 10 consecutive days in May this year, the Air Quality Index (AQI) for Gurgaon was missing. According to an analysis of the Central Pollution Control Board’s (CPCB’s) AQI bulletin archives, there is no data for 17 days between May 16 and June 22 — this despite Gurgaon being one of the four places in Haryana where real-time monitoring stations have been installed.”

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