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Visibility on the roads of Delhi, were considerably low and is expected to get worse at night.
As the cold wave and fog prevail in the national capital, at least 23 trains are running late, four are rescheduled and 26 have been cancelled due to low visibility and operational reasons.
The fire tenders will be on patrolling duty around popular party hubs to ensure that there is no delay in helping people in case of an untoward incident, a top official said.
Delhi and NCR citizens will soon need five oxygen cylinders a day to survive pollution, warn experts
Rising pollution levels in Delhi and the extended National Capital Region could soon see inhabitants walking around with oxygen cylinders on their backs to counter it, warn experts.
Delhi's air pollution was almost similar to Jharia throughout 2016, a town in Jharkhand, known for its choking fumes and dust coming out from coal mines.
Delhiites it is time to take health seriously to keep a good track of your health.
The ICC has now decided to refer the matter to its medical committee, which has been provided the relevant reports as well as data of the prevailing air quality in Delhi.
Sri Lankan players wore masks while fielding during the match, and bowlers from both sides were seen vomiting on the ground.
Controversy is growing about sport in the city amid pollution that has reached hazardous levels this week.
At least 20 trains were delayed, five rescheduled and ten cancelled due to decreased visibility as well as operational reasons.
Delhi's suitability as an international sporting venue came under a haze as mask- wearing Sri Lankan cricketers laid bare the bitter reality of the city's 'very poor' air.
The Centre is determined to not let the Delhi smog-like situation recur, Environment Secretary C K Mishra said here today and asserted that no single authority can be held responsible.
Residents of the Delhi NCR region want schools to be shut between November 1 and 20 to protect their children from pollution, a survey participated in by 13,000 respondents has revealed.
Taking to Twitter, Virat Kohli posted a video of himself describing measures Delhiites could take to improve the situation.
On November 8, the contribution of the dust storm was 40 per cent, eclipsing the role of emissions from stubble burning, which stood at 25 per cent, Pune-based SAFAR said.