The most dangerous area in India is the country’s most polluted city, Delhi.
It is the capital city, with over 300 million people, and a city with a population of 1.8 billion.
Its air quality is considered one of the worst in the world, but even the health department admits that it is not quite as bad as Delhi.
The Delhi Pollution Control Board (DPCB) says that the city’s PM 2.5 and PM 10 air quality are among the worst.
A typical reading of 50 micrograms per cubic metre is considered high, and it is thought that the pollution level is much higher.
This is the result of the daily traffic of more than 1.2 billion people, many of whom drive in a daily procession.
The Delhi government says that there is no need to rush to clean the city because it is already doing it, by constructing a new metro system, widening roads and constructing power plants.
The project is expected to cost over $100 billion.
The new metro is expected in 2019, and the power plant will be completed in 2021.
The government says the new metro will reduce pollution by about 70 per cent.
But in a report to the government last month, the Delhi Polluting Control Board said that the cost of the new subway and power plant was “incredibly high”.
The Delhi Pollutions Control Board’s Director General V K Bhamara said that Delhi has an estimated pollution level of more then 3.3 million tonnes per year, and in the city it is estimated that around 100 million tonnes of PM 2,5 and 10 per cent is deposited in the soil every year.
A similar study by the Delhi government in April 2016 said that over 1.6 million tonnes was deposited in landfills every year in the country.
The problem of pollution in Delhi is compounded by a lack of education and awareness among residents, and an ongoing government campaign against “pollution”.
The problem is exacerbated by the fact that a large part of Delhi’s population does not have a proper understanding of the importance of air quality.
The government says Delhi’s pollution levels have been cut significantly since 2015, but it has not done enough to reduce the amount of pollution that is deposited into the soil.
It has also failed to implement the Delhi Clean Air Act, which requires the use of air purifiers in public places.
According to the Delhi pollution control board, the annual level of PM 10 in Delhi has been reduced from nearly 20,000 tonnes in 2015 to about 1,400 tonnes in 2016, but this has not been enough to curb the pollution levels.
A number of health groups say that there are other factors that contribute to the city being one of India’s most polluting cities.
According the World Health Organisation, in 2016 India had the fourth highest number of premature deaths among developed countries, and more than half of all premature deaths in India are caused by air pollution.
It also has the highest rate of deaths due to respiratory diseases, especially COPD, and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease.
In addition, air pollution affects the economy and healthcare systems.