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NGOs, volunteers emerge as only hope for Delhi's undocumented people as absence of Aadhaar keeps free ration, hunger relief centres out of reach
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NGOs, volunteers emerge as only hope for Delhi's undocumented people as absence of Aadhaar keeps free ration, hunger relief centres out of reach

There are at least 30 NGOs and over 40 individual volunteers in Delhi who are supplying food during COVID-19 lockdown to people without any valid documentation and living on the footpaths, jhuggi jhopdis and verandahs of commercial complexes

Delhi records worst air quality of this month, CPCB says situation may worsen during Diwali
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Delhi records worst air quality of this month, CPCB says situation may worsen during Diwali

With more regions now suffering a "severe or severe-plus" air-quality, the top four most polluted regions in Delhi included Jahangirpuri in north Delhi, Mundaka in west-Delhi, Dwarka sub-city in south-Delhi, Anand Vihar in east-Delhi.

Ghazipur landfill collapse: Crumbled part estimated to be just one percent of entire dumping area
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Ghazipur landfill collapse: Crumbled part estimated to be just one percent of entire dumping area

The tonnes of garbage at the 'over-saturated' Ghazipur dump-yard which collapsed on Friday claiming two lives is estimated to be just one percent of the entire landfill.

Delhi: Is burning Bhalaswa a Ghazipur in the making? Resident complaints get lost in blame game
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Delhi: Is burning Bhalaswa a Ghazipur in the making? Resident complaints get lost in blame game

Delhi seems to be drowning in its own waste, with all three major landfill sites operating way after their shelf life.

Waste management is imperative in Delhi as the national capital inches closer to another Deonar
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Waste management is imperative in Delhi as the national capital inches closer to another Deonar

The Deonar dumping ground fire in Mumbai has not just exposed the fast deteriorating living conditions in India’s financial capital but also rung the alarm bells for the most notoriously polluted city of India — Delhi.