Friday 27th of January 2023

Follow Us

Breaking News

Bettiah's air quality is worst in country, Delhi at number four

 NEW DELHI: Delhi's Pusa Road has registered a slight improvement in the air quality with the Air Quality Index (AQI) being recorded at 193 on Monday. As soon as the effect of winter starts in Delhi, the haze has increased. Delhi NCR and Noida topped the air quality with an AQI of 351 whereas AQI 156 has been recorded in Gurugram.

According to the Air Quality Index, the air of Bihar's Bettiah has been recorded in the worst category of 426 AQI in the country, while Delhi is at the fourth place in this list.

Delhi recorded slight improvement in the air quality on Monday with the Air Quality Index (AQI) at Pusa Road settling at 193.

According to the Central Pollution Control Board data, the air quality in various areas remained in the 'poor' and 'moderate' category on Monday morning.

 

 

 As of 8 am on Monday morning in the capital Delhi's Anand Vihar, the AQI has been recorded at 293, which is recorded in the 'poor' category. While in the Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium area, the AQI was 266. Meanwhile, the air quality near IGI Airport (T3) remained in 'moderate' category. While the AQI in the North Campus of DU area was at 192.

According to the latest update, improvement in air quality has also been recorded in Noida, Gurugram along with Delhi. The AQI in Noida's Sector-62 area has been recorded at 227 i.e. in the 'poor' category. The air quality in Gurugram's Sector-51 improved to AQI 139 and has moved to 'moderate' category.

The mercury is expected to drop up to 6 degree Celsius in Delhi in the coming days. The India Meteorological Department (IMD) has predicted light fog and haze for the next seven days in Delhi.

On Monday, the minimum temperature in Delhi is likely to drop to 9 degrees Celsius, while the maximum temperature is expected to hover around 28 degrees Celsius. By December 17, the maximum temperature is likely to drop to 24 degree Celsius.

Related Environment News

Union Minister Dr Jitendra Singh says, three persons to be send 6000 meter below sea level for exploration

 NEW DELHI:As a part of Samudrayaan Mission undertaken by the Union Ministry of Earth Sciences, India aims to send three persons to 6000 meters below sea level.  Sharing the details, Union Minister of State (Independent Charge) Science & Technology; Minister of State (Independent Charg....

Cyclone Mandous reached close to Tamilnadu, heavy rains in Chennai, more than 10 flights canceled

New Delhi, Dec 09, (Fast Mail News):-- According to the Meteorological Department (IMD), an alert has been issued in Tamil Nadu due to the impact of cyclonic storm Mandous over the Bay of South-West Bengal. S Balachandran, Deputy Director General, Regional Meteorological Centre, has shared informati....

International Cheetah Day and Wildlife Conservation Day celebrated at National Zoological Park

 New Delhi, Dec 05, (Fast Mail News):-- The National Zoological Park, New Delhi (Delhi Zoo) celebrated “International Cheetah Day” and “Wildlife Conservation Day” yesterday in collaboration with Central Zoo Authority. The purpose behind the celebration of “Internat....

Minister of State for Environment, Forest and Climate Change addresses Valedictory Session of National Youth Conference on Vayu: The Vital Life Force

New Delhi, Dec 02, (Fast Mail News):-- Minister of State for Environment, Forest & Climate Change, Ashwini Kumar Choubey addressed the valedictory session of National Youth Conference on Vayu: The Vital Life Force, in Odisha today.   Speaking on the occasion, Choubey laid emphasis on the ro....

India’s proposal for enhanced protection to Leith’s softshell turtle adopted at wildlife summit in Panama

New Delhi, Nov 25:-- India has strengthened protection to Leith’s Soft-shelled Turtle under the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species, CITES. India’s proposal for transferring Leith’s Softshell Turtle from Appendix II to Appendix I of the Convention on Internation....

Links
Contact
Editor :
Jagadananda Pradhan
Email :
fastmail@yahoo.com
For Ads :
fastmailads@gmail.com
Ph : (+91)6764295999
Contact Us
© 2023 Fast Mail Media Pvt Ltd. All Rights Reserved.
Powered by : FM Media Pvt Ltd.
Developed by : Futuradept Tech