Delhi air quality remains 'critical' for sixth consecutive day

Delhi air quality: Air quality monitoring agency, SAFAR said that the share of stubble
burning in Delhi's pollution rose to 46 per cent on Friday due to farm
fires in Haryana and Punjab

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