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Vechiles make their way along a road amid smoggy conditions in New Delhi during Deepavali on November 4, 2021.   | Photo Credit: AFP

Skies over Delhi hung heavy with smoke and its air quality inched towards “severe” category on Deepavali night as people burst firecrackers in a blatant disregard to the government’s ban against it.,cricket bat cake how to make

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Residents of Lajpat Nagar in South Delhi, Burari in North Delhi, Paschim Vihar in West Delhi and Shahdara in East Delhi reported incidents of firecracker bursting as early as 7 p.m., despite the blanket ban in the national capital till January 1, 2022.,tennis forehand rally

Several incidents of high-intensity cracker bursting were reported from Gurugram and Faridabad.,greektown casino hotel

free buffalo slots,The Haryana government had also imposed a ban on October 31 on the sale or use of all kinds of firecrackers in 14 of its districts in the National Capital Region, while curbs were put in other parts.

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The first episode of smog coincided with the share of farm fires in Delhi's pollution increasing to the season's highest at 25%.,greektown casino hotel

volleyball team group names,“The PM2.5 pollution in the national capital may enter the ‘severe’ zone by midnight even if there is only 50 per cent of firecrackers emission as compared to last year,” said Gufran Beig, the founder-project director of SAFAR.

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ncaa volleyball result,According to the Central Pollution Control Board (CPCB), the 24-hour average PM2.5 concentration in Delhi-NCR stood at 243 micrograms per cubic meter at 6 p.m., more than four times the safe limit of 60 micrograms per cubic meter.

The capital's 24-hour average air quality index (AQI) stood at 382 on November 4, up from 314 on November 3. It was 303 on November 2 and 281 on November 1.,tennis elbow band

soccer stats api free,AQI between zero and 50 is considered 'good', 51 and 100 'satisfactory', 101 and 200 'moderate', 201 and 300 'poor', 301 and 400 'very poor', and 401 and 500 'severe'.

“The extremely calm wind conditions in Delhi and 25 per cent stubble share (fire count 2,293) are two major factors today,” SAFAR said.,goa casino royale

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Northwesterly winds carry smoke from farm fires in Punjab and Haryana towards the national capital.,men's volleyball introduction

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In 2020, the share of stubble burning in Delhi's pollution had peaked at 42% on November 5. In 2019, crop residue burning accounted for 44% of Delhi's PM2.5 pollution on November 1.,soccer big data innovation

The contribution of stubble burning in Delhi's PM2.5 concentration was 32% on Deepavali day in 2020 as compared to 19% in 2019.,handball bundesliga news

most runs in t20 cricket all format,On October 27, the Delhi government had launched the 'Patakhe Nahi Diye Jalao' campaign to create awareness against the bursting of crackers.

basketball drills games,Under the campaign, action can be taken under relevant IPC provisions and the Explosives Act against anyone found burning crackers.

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