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Delhi pollution: City gets slight relief from choking as air quality improved to 'poor'

Mid-Day Wednesday, 6 November 2019 ()
*New Delhi:* After an extended bout of hazardous levels of pollution, the air quality in the national capital and its adjoining areas on Wednesday fell in the 'poor category' due to positive influence of high-speed winds. The Air Quality Index (AQI) of Delhi at 8:30 in the morning today was 276; it was 381 (very poor) on Tuesday...
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Air quality has dropped to its worst recorded level this year in New Delhi and nearby cities, with a thick haze hanging over the Indian capital. Emer McCarthy reports.

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