How to put an end to Delhi’s toxic pollution: The Diy story

How Delhi’s pollution is affecting the city’s residents is becoming increasingly clear, with the city now the third-poorest in the country after Bihar and Jharkhand.

It has seen a staggering rise in pollution levels, which have reached levels that are the worst in the world and that have forced some people to abandon their homes, and even to abandon work altogether.

In the past two years, the city has seen an unprecedented amount of air pollution.

While pollution levels have dropped in the last two years and are now generally below what they were in 2011-12, the pollution level in the city is still so high that a person living in the outskirts of the city can get smoggy for days on end, said Gautam Patel, who has lived in the area for nearly 40 years.

“The level of pollution in the neighbourhood is so bad, that we can’t even afford a single-room apartment in this city,” he said.

Piyush Kumar, who heads the Delhi Pollution Control Committee, which has a staff of 2,000, said that pollution is the biggest threat to the health of the residents of Delhi.

He said that if people are living in polluted areas, then they are not living in Delhi.

“If the pollution is not controlled, we are going to see more and more cases of respiratory problems,” he added.

But it is not just the residents who are living with respiratory problems.

The air quality has become more and the city, which is considered to be among the greenest cities in the globe, has been hit by a serious increase in the number of cases of PM10, the so-called micro particles that cause asthma, according to the World Health Organization.

According to a report by the health ministry, there have been more than 7,000 reported cases of asthma in Delhi over the past month, and the number has increased by more than half since March.

There have also been at least 5,500 reported cases in the past seven days.

The government has also blamed the recent pollution on an increase in industrial activity.

The country is expected to reach a peak of pollution levels in the capital this year.

According, the Delhi government has set aside about Rs 5,000 crore for cleaning up the city.

According the report, the government has said that it has started taking steps to ensure that people are able to go outside and exercise at least one day a week, and that they are given a choice of whether to use a walking or cycling lane.

The Delhi government is also working on a plan to remove the large number of industrial zones and large-scale construction sites.

But even with the government’s plans to clean up the pollution, the problem is not going away.

The city has already been facing serious problems with pollution since last year, when the Delhi High Court banned the construction of nearly 30 mega-projects, including the Delhi Metro, the new Metro Rail Corporation, the New Delhi metro system and the National Highways Authority of India (NHAI).

The court said that these mega-construction projects were causing major pollution problems, and there was a need to ban them.

While the court was hearing the case, a group of activists, including a journalist, started a petition demanding that the government immediately ban all mega-trees, as they are damaging the environment and are creating traffic jams in the congested and polluted city.

On April 5, the court banned the projects from taking place.

The activists then started a campaign to demand that the city government stop all mega projects, saying that the construction and maintenance of these mega projects will be detrimental to the environment, and also threaten the health and lives of residents.

The case has already become a big news story, with both the government and the activists blaming each other.

While it is difficult to judge how much impact the court’s decision has had on the air quality in the entire city, a senior official from the Delhi Municipal Corporation (DMCC), who wished to remain anonymous, told The Hindu that the case has had an effect on the citys air quality.

The pollution is getting worse.

The DMCC official said that the pollution has increased and the air is not safe to breathe.

“There is a big problem.

The PM10 levels have reached an alarming level, which are the highest in the region.

We are having major pollution issues.

The only thing we can do is stop the mega projects,” he told The Hindustan Times.

“We need to make sure that we are taking proper action against the mega construction sites and that the air pollution is controlled.

This is our biggest challenge,” the official added.

The senior official said the DMCC has set up a task force to tackle pollution issues in the coming weeks.

He also said that Delhi has decided to make it mandatory for construction companies to install a “pollution barrier” that will be installed in areas where the construction will take place.

A “polluter” barrier is a barrier that