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No improvement in Ganga water quality

New Delhi, Sept. 24 -- The Ganga's water quality did not improve during the first month of the lockdown imposed in the aftermath of the coronavirus pandemic, according to a new report released on Wedn... Read More


Vehicle emissions fell to 5% in early lockdown: Study

India, Sept. 23 -- Contribution of vehicular emissions to Delhi's PM 2.5 concentrations reduced from 19% during the pre-lockdown period to only 5% during the lockdown period between March 25 and 17. I... Read More


Ganga's water did not improve during lockdown; less flow may have deteriorated quality

India, Sept. 23 -- The Ganges' water quality did not improve during the coronavirus disease (Covid-19)-induced lockdown period, a new report, released by the Central Pollution Control Board (CPCB) on ... Read More


CPCB turns 46; promises to prioritise science in policies, health risk in pollution control

India, Sept. 23 -- The Central Pollution Control Board (CPCB), which turned 46 on Wednesday, has announced its plans for the next decade, or until 2030. CPCB authorities on the occasion of its Founda... Read More


Rain burst likely before monsoon withdrawal

New Delhi, Sept. 22 -- Parts of India are likely to experience a late burst of rainfall in the next two to three days when the monsoon normally begins its gradual withdrawal. A low-pressure area over ... Read More


Temp, humidity high but no rain

New Delhi, Sept. 22 -- A combination of rain deficiency and high day and night temperatures with up to 80% humidity has Delhiites sweating. According to the India Meteorological Department (IMD), Del... Read More


Rain burst likely before monsoon withdrawal

India, Sept. 22 -- Parts of India are likely to experience a late burst of rainfall in the next two to three days when the monsoon normally begins its gradual withdrawal. A low-pressure area over nort... Read More


Rain burst likely before monsoon withdrawal

India, Sept. 21 -- Parts of India are likely to experience a late burst of rainfall in the next two to three days when the monsoon normally begins its gradual withdrawal. A low-pressure area over nort... Read More


Here's why it is still very warm in Delhi

India, Sept. 21 -- A combination of rain deficiency and high day and night temperatures with up to 80% humidity has Delhiites sweating. According to the India Meteorological Department (IMD), Delhi h... Read More


Delhi could see its warmest September in 5 years: IMD

India, Sept. 21 -- Delhi could see its warmest September in five years, according to India Meteorological Department scientists. The combination of high day and night temperatures with up to 80% humi... Read More