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The most polluted places in India:

Vapi in Gujarat and Sukinda in Orrisa is among the worlds top 10 most polluted places, according to the Blacksmith Institute, a New York-based nonprofit group.

Vapi : Potentially affected people: 71,000 -Pollutants: Chemicals and heavy metals due to its Industrial estates.

Sukinda: Potentially affected people: 2,600,000. -Pollutants: Hexavalent chromium due to its Chromite mines.

The most polluted cities in India:

As many as 51 Indian cities have extremely high air pollution, Patna, Lucknow, Raipur, Faridabad and Ahmedabad topping the list. An environment and forest ministry report, released on September 14, 2007 has identified 51 cities that do not meet the prescribed Respirable Particulate Matter (RSPM) levels, specified under the National Ambient Air Quality Standards (NAAQS). In 2005, an Environmental Sustainability Index (ESI) placed India at 101st position among 146 countries.

Taking a cue from the finding, the Central Pollution Control Board (CPCB) formulated NAAQS and checked the air quality, which led to the revelation about air quality in leading cities.

According to the report, Gobindgarh in Punjab is the most polluted city, and Ludhiana, Raipur and Lucknow hold the next three positions. Faridabad on the outskirt of Delhi is the 10th most polluted city, followed by Agra, the city of Taj Mahal. Ahmedabad is placed 12th, Indore 16th, Delhi 22nd, Kolkata 25th, Mumbai 40th, Hyderabad 44th and Bangalore stands at 46th in the list. The Orissa town of Angul, home to National Aluminium Company (NALCO), is the 50th polluted city of the country.

Our nature is wonderful gift from god to us so help to save our nature as to make it useful for the coming generation.
Dear Raghu We can hope that situations will change with change in enforcement of rules in our country also soon...
Dear Mr. Raghu

Thank you for sharing the most polluted places in India. The Main cause is due to over population in the cities in less space. If you see the forest and village areas, there will be less population and accordingly there will be less pollution. Here we have to think how to control the pollution and enhance the waste management techniques, so that the wages are managed properly without polluting our environment.

Especially our Pollution Control Boards such actively involve themselves to streamline the pollution level, instead of simply penalising and closing down the factories. Anyone can simply advise others, but instead of advising others if they guide properly and create the environment to implement the same, it will be highly appreciated.

Once again Thank you Mr. Raghu for alarming us regarding increased level of pollution in our country.
Dear Raghu

One of the main concern for pollution is our industrial area has been increased. we have appropriate rules and regulations. But there is no enforcement and awareness. Vast places of forest areas are occupied and we are keep on digging earth for minerals. Factories are just exhausting smoke with unwanted content. I am working inside one of the India's leading group. They are polluting environment worse. If leading group is doing like this means what about others? Where we are going?

Pollution by Vehicles is a major concern in Cities, thanks to manifold increase in the population of 2/4 wheelers on Indian roads. Pon


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