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No data to suggest odd-even impact on Delhi’s air: Pollution panel
The Hindustan Times , Friday, April 22, 2016

There is no data to suggest that the odd-even scheme has brought down vehicular pollution in Delhi, the Central Pollution Control Board told the national green tribunal on Thursday. The country’s mai ...More


Monitor pollution levels, CPCB told
PTI
The Times of India21 , Thursday, April 21, 2016

NEW DELHI: National Green Tribunal asked the Central Pollution Control Board to monitor and record the data of ambient air quality in Delhi during the ongoing second phase of the odd-even scheme. A b ...More


Did you think only cars and factories spew out toxic pollutants?
IANS
The Hindu , Thursday, April 21, 2016

The air we breathe indoors is more harmful: research As the world gets prepared to build smart cities, a new research has highlighted the dangerous effects of indoor pollution on human health and has ...More


Hindustan Times brings you a real-time air quality map
Piyush Aggarwal
The Hindustan Times , Thursday, April 21, 2016

In Delhi, everyone knows we have a pollution problem. Citizens who weren't aware of it before the AAP government's odd-even traffic scheme, are definitely aware of it now. But if you ask the average ...More


Air pollution reduces in east China, moves to west
IANS
Business Standard , Thursday, April 21, 2016

Air pollution has reduced in east China in the first quarter of this year as compared to the same period during the previous year, but is now moving towards the west of the country, according to a Gre ...More


Pollution shot up on Tuesday in Delhi, experts blame low wind speed
RitamHalder
The Hindustan Times , Thursday, April 21, 2016

The quality of Delhi’s air deteriorated on Tuesday with PM 2.5 levels shooting up on the fifth day of the odd-even car restriction, shows an analysis by The Energy and Resources Institute (Teri). Ter ...More


SC to hear cases on Delhi air pollution, call drops penalty
Priyanka Mittal
Live Mint , Thursday, April 21, 2016

New Delhi: The courts have an interesting day ahead of them. The Supreme Court will hear the environment case regarding green cess for trucks entering Delhi and call drop penalty issue, both of which ...More


Start thinking about pollution inside homes, warns new study
Subodh Varma
The Times of India , Thursday, April 21, 2016

NEW DELHI: Air inside our homes may be as polluted as outside and there is need to monitor its quality to take remedial measures, says a new study. Cooking residues, chemicals and various microbes ...More


Indoor pollution more harmful: Research
IANS
Business Standard , Thursday, April 21, 2016

As the world gets prepared to build smart cities, new research led by an Indian-origin scientist has highlighted the dangerous effects of indoor pollution on human health and has called for policies t ...More


CPCB to keep watch on pollution in Delhi
Subhayan Chakraborty
Business Standard , Wednesday, April 20, 2016

The National Green Tribunal (NGT) on Tuesday asked the Central Pollution Control Board (CPCB) to independently monitor and record the data of ambient air quality in Delhi during the ongoing second pha ...More


Garbage burning undermines AAP govt’s focus on reducing air pollution
Mohit Sharma
The Hindustan Times , Wednesday, April 20, 2016

Piles of leaf and garbage are burnt with impunity in Delhi’s parks and landfills, filling the air with foul smoke containing dangerous levels of carcinogens and carbon dioxide that is blamed for stoki ...More


Odd-even to have positive impact on Delhi’s air quality: Pollution body
The Hindustan Times , Tuesday, April 19, 2016

The Delhi Pollution Control Committee (DPCC) on Monday said initial trends showed odd even will have a positive impact on the Capital’s air quality. Concrete assessment, however, will be made after s ...More


Delhi: Road-dust and fly-ash bigger summer pollutants, says study
DNA India , Tuesday, April 19, 2016

As the odd-even scheme's second phase faced a stern test on Monday, critics and skeptics of the scheme have once again pointed that the focus of the initiative has shifted from reducing pollution to d ...More


Delhi scheme makes little difference to Gurgaon air
The Times of India , Tuesday, April 19, 2016

Gurgaon: The second phase of the odd-even scheme in Delhi has had little effect on the pollution levels in Gurgaon, shows an analysis of data released by the Haryana State Pollution Control Board (HSP ...More


Fewer vehicles, but no drop in pollution
Business Standard , Tuesday, April 19, 2016

Experts blame the drop in wind speed for no noticeable reduction in particulate matter NEW DELHI, APRIL 18: Three days after the latest round of the odd-even scheme in the National Capital have no ...More


Delhi's Odd-Even plan: Second time unlucky?
Siddharth Singh
Business Standard , Tuesday, April 19, 2016

In its continuing effort to cut pollution in Delhi, the local government has introduced the second round of the Odd-Even scheme, where odd numbered cars (non-CNG, non-taxi) run on odd numbered days, ...More


Odd-even: Scientist moves NGT seeking monitoring of pollution level
PTI
The Tribune , Monday, April 18, 2016

Expressing doubts over the second phase of the fortnight-long odd-even scheme, a scientist has moved the National Green Tribunal seeking independent monitoring of air pollution levels. The plea is li ...More


Independent body should monitor air quality: Scientist on odd-even
The Hindustan Times , Monday, April 18, 2016

An environmental scientist has moved the National Green Tribunal, seeking independent monitoring of air pollution levels by agencies other than the state and the Central Pollution Control Board (CPCB) ...More


Mocktale: After success of odd-even, Delhi to export clean air
The Times of India , Monday, April 18, 2016

Having kept their promises made in AamAadmi Party's election manifesto, such as installing 15 lakh CCTV cameras, building 2 lakh toilets, constructing 500 new schools, making Wi-Fi freely available in ...More


Among metros, Delhi worst hit by PM2.5: Study
DurgeshNandanJha
The Times of India , Monday, April 18, 2016

NEW DELHI: A study by the Centre for Atmospheric Sciences at IIT Delhi, which looked at exposure to PM 2.5 and premature deaths caused by the particulate matter pollution, has revealed that Kinnaur in ...More


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