Zee Media Bureau
New Delhi: Even though the air pollution levels in Delhi have somewhat reduced due to the Winter chill, the quality of air still lingers well above the danger lines.
Particulate matter and toxins in the air of the national capital have been making residents choke, more so, ever since the festival of Diwali in early November.
Going by the Real-time Air Quality Index Visual Map, air pollution levels are still crossing the safety mark.
Anand Vihar are in Delhi has recorded pollution levels at 444 as of 8:00 am, while R.K. Puram in South Delhi has set pollution standards at 471 at 8:00 am.
Areas in and around New Delhi US Embassy lie at 420 while Punjabi Bagh in West Delhi is at 386 at the same time.
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