Delhi witnessing high pollution levels due to dust storms from Rajasthan
Thursday, 14 June 2018 () Delhi is witnessing high pollution levels mainly due to dust storms from Rajasthan.MeT Department has said the current surface winds are likely to continue over the next three days resulting into dusty conditions to prevail for the same period.
New Delhi, Jun 13 (ANI): Environmentalist Vimlendu Jha assessed the current environmental scenario surrounding New Delhi, and the immediate steps that the Centre should undertake to dodge increasing adverse effects of pollution. Vimlendu said, "Construction in the city has been really extreme...
Air quality in New Delhi plummeted to a dangerous level on Wednesday, putting residents at risk, mainly due to dust storms from western India, a senior official... DNA - Front PageAlso reported by •Reuters India •All India Radio
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INDIA — At least 110 people have been killed after fierce dust storms struck the northern Indian states of Uttar Pradesh and Rajasthan late Wednesday.
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