Delhi’s Deadly Air: How India is Falling Short on Fighting Pollution: Forbes

“For most of November, Delhi has been blanketed by dense smog. Doctors in the capital declared the crisis a public healthy emergency, while the chief minister, Arvind Kejriwal, called it a “gas chamber.” Since the beginning of the month, average pollution levels in the city have exceeded 10 times the World Health Organization-recommended 24-hour levels. At its worst, pollution levels were nearly 40 times this number.” Forbes
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Delhi air quality turns ‘very poor’ again, minimum temp falls below 10: Hindustan Times

“Delhi’s air got fouler on Monday with the air quality index (AQI) moving above 300 in the ‘very poor’ level.
The Central Pollution Control Board’s (CPCB) National Air Quality Index had Delhi in the “very poor” zone with a score of 326. It was 292 on Sunday and 298 on Saturday, both days in “poor” levels.

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Delhi’s Homeless Most Affected by City’s Severe Air Pollution: VOA

“In the Indian capital, New Delhi, winter was once a season of cool, crisp winds, bracing walks and picnics under a blue sky. But as the city remained enveloped in gray smog this month, authorities rolled out a series of emergency measures to combat deadly levels of air pollution. As Anjana Pasricha reports, the toxic air has improved slightly, but it is still hitting the most vulnerable the hardest.” Voice of America

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