What feels like a sigh of relief to Delhiites, the air quality in Delhi has improved over 10 per cent in the last two years and it is expected to improve further by next year.
According to a report by Hindustan Times quoting Central Pollution Control Board (CPCB) member secretary, P Gargava, the air quality in the national capital is likely to see further improvement by 2019. Gargava, on Saturday, December 15, said that the authorities targeted three main sources of air pollution in Delhi NCR and improving its quality to 10 – 15 per cent over the past couple of years.
Apart from the earlier pollution warning system that had been installed in Delhi to help alert authorities of dust particles being blown in from west Asia, the Centre has also allocated funds to tackle pollution due to stubble burning in Haryana Read More
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