Updated: October 24, 2020 11:26:23 am
Every year in October, Delhi’s air quality dips and a war of words between different governments erupts. Air pollution in Delhi and the whole of the Indo Gangetic plains is a complex phenomenon that is dependent on a variety of factors. The first and foremost is the input of pollutants, followed by weather and local conditions.
A look at the reasons as to why air pollution rises in October and the role of farm fires.
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