Air quality index reaches 449 in Delhi | Namaste Bharat

06 Nov 2018 09:42 AM

Air quality index reaches 449 in Delhi | Namaste Bharat

Updated 06 Nov 2018 09:42 AM

The national capital remained engulfed by a thick haze even on Tuesday despite improvement in the air quality, making breathing difficult for the residents. The areas around it too continued stifling as a thick layer of smog enveloped the region a day before the festival of Diwali. Though there is a little dip in the smog since Monday, the amount of pollutants in the air still continues to breach the danger mark. Many areas are still placed under the alarming level.

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