MI AIR PURIFIER
Air purifiers’ seasonal sales fox manufacturers
Manufacturers and retailers say the season begins after Diwali and peaks when pollution is in the headlines in newspapers and television. Once these fade, sales subside. The market is worth Rs 200-230 crore, growing at about 15-20% annually, with over 50 brands jostling for business, making this one of the most populated electronics categories in the country.
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Russian navy ships arrive in India for joint exercise INDRA 2019
The aim of exercise INDRA 2019 is to enhance interoperability and develop an understanding in order to effectively tackle common security challenges, they said. "The Russian Federation Navy (RuFN) Ships Yaroslav Mudry, Viktor Konetsky and Elyna arrived at Goa on December 10 to participate in INDRA 2019," the Indian defence ministry said.
Mission 80-80-80: A five-step roadmap for cutting pollution
Data shows one out of every two Indians breathes air that does not meet air quality standards.
Luxury homes in NCR focus on providing clean air
Besides offering plenty of green spaces, some luxury home developers in the National Capital Region are installing centralised air purifier systems for fresh indoor air. DLF has installed TFAs (treated fresh air units) to improve indoor air quality in the developer’s latest residential offering in the luxury segment — The Camellias in DLF5’s.
Measuring pollution: How government is ramping up air quality monitoring stations according to Indian standards
Most solutions to battle pollution are imported from foreign shores. Instruments for both measuring and monitoring air quality and cleaning it up is calibrated mostly to European standards. The government of India is ramping up its network of air quality monitoring stations like never before to be able to correctly assess the levels of pollution across states.
As smog increases in North India, Taj Mahal gets an air purifier
The air purifier van can purify 15 lakh cubic metre air in eight hours within a 300 metre radius.
Breathe easy: Havells launches air purifiers with nine-stage filtration process in India at Rs 14,490
The Freshia range has four products priced upto Rs 43,290.
Delhi’s geography is truly cursed: Siddharth Singh, author of 'The Great Smog of India'
Even though we do not have real-time source-based data for air pollution for all affected cities and towns, we know enough to act decisively. Various studies have shown that the key sources that contribute to air pollution in NCR are motorised road transport, dust on roads, construction sites,and polluting industries, said researcher Siddharth Singh.
Festive cheer: Redmi Note 8 Pro with quad-camera setup unveiled starting at Rs 14,999; can be bought on Monday
The Chinese smartphone-maker also launched the Note 8 at Rs 9,999.
India's MiG 29 to fly with Eurofighter Typhoon in Oman
The Indian Air Force will be flying its MiG 29 (UPG) and C-17 Globemaster alongside Oman's Eurofighter Typhoon and F-16, in this bilateral exercise.Exercise Eastern Bridge V is being held at the Air Force Base Masirah in Oman from October 17-26.
IAF choppers transport wreckage of pvt aircraft that crashed near Kedarnath shrine
The aircraft of UT Air Pvt limited had crashed a few days ago at an altitude of 11,500 ft at the Kedarnath helipad, just short of the holy shrine, they said.
Delhi air unbreathable, may worsen today
The western disturbance occurring throughout northwest India has left the atmosphere cloudy and an isolated drizzle is expected in Delhi on Saturday. This, according to experts, would only worsen the condition as lesser rainfall will not wash out the pollutants but would increase humidity. The air quality is expected to get better from Sunday.
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