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Arvind Kejriwal govt proposes aerial sprinkling of water to douse dust pollution in Delhi
India

Arvind Kejriwal govt proposes aerial sprinkling of water to douse dust pollution in Delhi

Delhi government wrote to the Centre requesting it to sprinkle water from choppers or any other aircraft to settle dust, a major source of air pollution in the city

Delhi, NCR hit alarming levels of Ozone pollution; 77 percent of days in May exceed CPCB prescribed limits
India

Delhi, NCR hit alarming levels of Ozone pollution; 77 percent of days in May exceed CPCB prescribed limits

Ozone pollution has reached alarming levels in Delhi and NCR,Levels went from 19 percent to 77 percent in Feb-May period for days exceeding pollution limits

Delhi-NCR pollution: Schools declare holiday, outdoor activities suspended
India

Delhi-NCR pollution: Schools declare holiday, outdoor activities suspended

In the wake of excessive pollution, a few schools in the national capital region have declared holiday on Friday, while some others have suspended morning assembly and asked students to wear masks.

Three days after Diwali, air pollution level continues to be severe in Delhi
India

Three days after Diwali, air pollution level continues to be severe in Delhi

Delhi on Wednesday morning witnessed severe level of air quality, marked with low visibility, even three days after Diwali.

After potassium bromate, FSSAI seeks to ban potassium iodade from bread
Life

After potassium bromate, FSSAI seeks to ban potassium iodade from bread

The chemical was used for whitening the flour and increasing pliability of the dough.

Including two-wheelers in odd-even without improving public transport will lead to chaos: Kejriwal
India

Including two-wheelers in odd-even without improving public transport will lead to chaos: Kejriwal

Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Tuesday ruled out including two-wheelers in the odd-even scheme saying if this is done without improving the public transport system there would be "chaos" and "complete anarchy" on the city's street.

Odd-even scheme arrested peak pollution level, Delhi govt submits in High Court
India

Odd-even scheme arrested peak pollution level, Delhi govt submits in High Court

The odd-even formula has resulted in Delhi's lowest pollution peak compared to the previous high-smog episodes this winter, the government submitted on Friday

Odd-even formula politically correct, class-based, won’t work: Experts
India

Odd-even formula politically correct, class-based, won’t work: Experts

Environmentalists and experts strongly feel that these exemptions announced by Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Thursday was uncalled for.

Chennai gets a breather as rains stop, train services partially restored
India

Chennai gets a breather as rains stop, train services partially restored

Life for people in Tamil Nadu's Chennai continue to be difficult though the rains have stopped in the capital. Many areas in Chennai still remain under water and supplies of essentials was difficult, said residents.

France express solidarity with Chennai floods victims, calls for 'urgent action' against climate change
World

France express solidarity with Chennai floods victims, calls for 'urgent action' against climate change

France on Thursday expressed solidarity with people affected by the worst ever floods in Chennai and its suburbs and said the "unprecedented" magnitude of the flooding confirms that time is running out and "concrete and urgent" action needs to be taken against climate disruption.

Not just lead: Maggi instant noodles pulled up for high salt content three years ago
India

Not just lead: Maggi instant noodles pulled up for high salt content three years ago

CSE also said that it had found that Maggi instant noodles came with a high salt content and that a packet of noodle had around 3 gram of salt while the recommended salt intake per person per day is 6 gram.

Delhi's problems: Dear netas, what’s your solution to our vanishing roads?
India

Delhi's problems: Dear netas, what’s your solution to our vanishing roads?

Over the last decade, the vehicular population in Delhi has registered a phenomenal growth of 97 percent to 81 lakh – 25 lakh two-wheelers and rest four wheelers.

More extreme weather events in coming years: Centre for Science and Environment
Life

More extreme weather events in coming years: Centre for Science and Environment

The number of extreme climate events has risen tremendously over the last 100 years and will increase due to climate change, CSE said.

What caused the J&K floods: urbanisation, poor planning and climate change
India

What caused the J&K floods: urbanisation, poor planning and climate change

An analysis by Centre for Science and Environment (CSE) said the floods could very well be another manifestation of an extreme weather event induced by a changing climate.

Investments to get push as Modi govt takes green clearances online
India

Investments to get push as Modi govt takes green clearances online

With the government taking environment clearances online, pending projects worth lakhs of crores could get the go-ahead soon.

Delhi: Environmentalist Sunita Narain injured in accident
India

Delhi: Environmentalist Sunita Narain injured in accident

Environmentalist Sunita Narain suffered critical injuries Sunday after a speeding car hit her from behind while she was riding a bicycle here, police said.

Outdoor air pollution is India 's fifth largest killer
Life

Outdoor air pollution is India 's fifth largest killer

Outdoor air pollution has become the fifth largest killer in India after high blood pressure, indoor air pollution, tobacco smoking and poor nutrition, according to a Global Burden of Disease (GBD) report.

Green tax: What makes diesel cars so deadly
India

Green tax: What makes diesel cars so deadly

Emissions from diesel engines has been classified as a carcinogen and the number of diesel cars being sold has been rising thanks to the lower cost of the fuel.

Junk food debate: Sunita Narain turns victory into defeat
India

Junk food debate: Sunita Narain turns victory into defeat

It all began with a survey by the Centre for Science and Environment (CSE) titled “Eat at your own risk.”