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According to SAFAR estimates updated at 6.30am, several areas in the national capital including Delhi University, PUSA, Lodhi Road, Mathura Road, IIT-Delhi and Indira Gandhi International Airport (Terminal 3) recorded air quality in the 'severe' category with an AQI of 580, 520, 548,540, 623 and 488 respectively. ,21 poker
As per SAFAR, AQI between the range of 51 and 100 is considered as 'satisfactory' or 'very good', 101-200 is 'moderate', 201-300 falls under the category of 'poor'. While 300-400 is considered as 'very poor', levels between 401-500 fall under the 'hazardous' category. ,beach handball pictures
The pollution levels in the National Capital Region (NCR) were also in the 'severe' category with Gurugram and Noida recording AQI of 591 and 452 respectively on Saturday morning. ,place sports bets online
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Firework emissions on the night of Diwali degraded air quality from "very poor" to "severe" category as predicted by SAFAR. As per SAFAR model the share of stubble emissions has peaked today at 36 per cent. In the last 24 hr, PM2.5 level is higher as compared to 2020 but much less than that in 2018. However, it may be noted that local winds have picked up and now the fast dispersion is expected. Without any more firecracker emissions, AQI is likely to improve to the "very poor" category although the stubble contribution is expected to remain almost the same as today. Relief is expected only from the evening of Nov 7 but AQI will fluctuate within 'very poor' range.,soccer world teams
According to health experts, PM2.5 pollutants can cause heart and respiratory ailments such as lung cancer. In India, toxic air kills more than a million people annually.,volleyball club grand rapids
place sports bets online,Sunil Dahiya, Analyst, Centre for Research on Energy and Clean Air (CREA) said the firecracker ban didn't seem to be successful in Delhi and this led to hazardous pollution levels adding on top of existing perennial sources.