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28 November 2018 Current Events Delhi air quality: Pollution records 'severe' again, situation to worsen in the next two days

On Tuesday, eight areas in Delhi recorded "severe" air quality, while another 23 were in the "very poor" category.

The Centre-run System of Air Quality and Weather Forecasting and Research has said that "The increase in pollution can be attributed to the decline in wind speed as compared to past two days". According to the Indian Institute of Tropical Meteorology, a ventilation index of about 6000 square metro/second is required to get rid of the pollutants. The index levels had dropped down to just 1500 square metre/second on Tuesday.


PM Modi to meet Trump and Japan's Shinzo Abe in a trilateral meeting

The 13th edition of G-20 summit will take place in Buenos Aires, Argentina on November 30 and December 1. PM Modi, who left for the summit on Tuesday, will reportedly have a trilateral meeting with the US President and Japanese Prime Minister on the sidelines.

The meeting will be an extension of the bilateral meeting planned between Donald Trump and Shinzo Abe, as part of the former's series of meetings alongside the summit. Notably, Prime Minister Modi is also scheduled to meet the Chinese President and German Chancellor.


PM Modi to meet Trump and Japan's Shinzo Abe in a trilateral meeting

The 13th edition of G-20 summit will take place in Buenos Aires, Argentina on November 30 and December 1. PM Modi, who left for the summit on Tuesday, will reportedly have a trilateral meeting with the US President and Japanese Prime Minister on the sidelines.

The meeting will be an extension of the bilateral meeting planned between Donald Trump and Shinzo Abe, as part of the former's series of meetings alongside the summit. Notably, Prime Minister Modi is also scheduled to meet the Chinese President and German Chancellor.

Delhi air quality: Pollution records 'severe' again, situation to worsen in the next two days

On Tuesday, eight areas in Delhi recorded "severe" air quality, while another 23 were in the "very poor" category.

The Centre-run System of Air Quality and Weather Forecasting and Research has said that "The increase in pollution can be attributed to the decline in wind speed as compared to past two days". According to the Indian Institute of Tropical Meteorology, a ventilation index of about 6000 square metro/second is required to get rid of the pollutants. The index levels had dropped down to just 1500 square metre/second on Tuesday.




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