PHOTOS: The many masks of pollution in Delhi
As the air quality index in the capital, and in neighbouring states, deteriorates to hazardous levels, a look at how it’s affecting everyday life for citizens
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GHAZIABAD, NOVEMBER 3: Vehicles battled heavy smog on the NH9 road, as the air quality index (AQI) hit 473 at 9 am, according to Central Pollution Control Board (CPCB) data. The air quality at most monitoring stations was in the severe category. At ITO, the AQI levels were 488, while at Anand Vihar and RK Puram, they were 483 and 457.