Dhaka’s air quality was “good” this morning (July 13, 2022).
Dhaka’s air quality witnessed a marked improvement this morning (July 24, 2022), after remaining “unhealthy” a day before.
Dhaka's air quality continued to be in the 'moderate' zone today, mainly owing to rain in different parts of the country.
The air quality of Bangladesh remained the worst in the world for four years in a row, said a global report.
Dhaka’s air quality continues to be “unhealthy”, but the densely populated capital of Bangladesh is no longer the world’s most polluted city.
Dhaka's air quality index (AQI) was recorded at 184 at 8:48am today, once again making the capital's air most polluted in the world.
Dhaka's air rated as the world's second-most polluted this morning.
Prof Dr Ahmad Kamruzzaman Majumder, director of the Center for Atmospheric Pollution Studies at Stamford University, this morning revealed a survey report on which district has the worst air pollution.
Dhaka ranked second in the list of cities with the worst air quality in the world this afternoon.