Delhi air 10 times filthier than normal

POLLUTED air has forced the citizens of the Capital at the receiving end of respiratory and other related problems. Endorsing the worrisome trend, the findings of a recent air quality monitoring survey — released by Greenpeace — have found that the deadly PM2.5 levels in Delhi are 10 times higher than the safety limit prescribed by the World Health Organisation ( WHO) and four times more than the Indian safety limit.