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Updated Nov 06, 2021 | 14:54 IST
Stubble burning in Punjab [Representative image]
Stubble burning in Punjab [Representative image]&nbsp | &nbspPhoto Credit:&nbspiStock Images

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  • Punjab's farm fire count has increased to 28,792 on Friday.
  • Stubble burning accounted for 36 per cent of PM2.5 pollution in Delhi on Friday.
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Farm fires have been reported in all 23 districts of the state, with Tarn Taran having the highest count of 2,817 and Pathankot lowest at just three. Meanwhile, Ferozepur, Sangrur, Ludhiana have seen 2,329, 1661, 1,607 farm fire incidents respectively. Such incidents have crossed the 1,000 mark in 12 districts.,soccer am bob bradley

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The smoke from farm fires in Punjab and other states, including Haryana and Uttar Pradesh, lead to deterioration in the quality of air in the Delhi-NCR region. Delhi’s overall air quality docked in the ‘severe’ category for the second consecutive day on Friday, due to the bursting of firecrackers on Diwali and stubble burning in neighbouring states.,volleyball team play

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According to the Ministry of Earth Science's air quality monitor, System of Air Quality and Weather Forecasting And Research (SAFAR), stubble burning accounted for 36 per cent of the national capital’s PM2.5 pollution on Friday, the highest this season so far. On Thursday, farm fires accounted for 25 per cent of the city’s PM2.5 pollution. The centre-run pollution monitoring system, however,  predicted that without any more firecracker emissions, the city’s air quality is expected to improve to the 'very poor' category by tonight.,best match in tennis history

It may be noted that earlier this year, an analysis of IQAir data had revealed that PM2.5 air pollution led to the death of around 54,000 people in Delhi in 2020. The study estimated economic losses related to air pollution were Rs 58,895 crore, which is around 13 per cent of the annual GDP of Delhi.,isildur1

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