New Delhi/Mumbai, Oct 19 (ANI): Delhi and Mumbai’s Air Quality Index (AQI) is showing uncertain measurements, giving jitters to the environmentalists. The situation is expected to turn from bad to worse on the Diwali festival, which falls on Thursday. The Supreme Court had suspended the sale of fire-crackers in Delhi-NCR, in a bid to test whether a Deepavali without firecrackers this year will have a positive effect on the steadily deteriorating air quality.
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