The list is a bit of a puzzle.
The list contains cities where people live in areas that have polluted levels of ozone, nitrogen dioxide and particulate matter.
But if you look at the cities with the lowest levels of pollution, such as Bangalore, the cities of Hyderabad and Mumbai, the list is more of a picture of pollution in urban areas.
The only cities with a low pollution level are Chennai and Mumbai.
The highest levels of polluted air pollution in the list are found in Bangalore, Hyderabad, Kolkata, and Delhi.
Here are the top 10 cities with highest levels and the 10 cities that have the lowest level of polluted pollution.
Bengaluru, India The air quality index of Bengaluru is 5.0, the highest of the ten cities.
New Delhi, India In the year 2013, Delhi saw a record-breaking increase in PM 2.5 levels of 4.7 percent, which is more than any other city in the country.
Delhi is also the home of India’s largest metro system.
The city is known for its dense population, but it also has high levels of smog.
The pollution levels in Delhi have dropped by more than 10 percent since the start of the year.
The number of premature deaths due to pollution is also on the decline.
The capital has been ranked No. 4 in the World’s 10 Most Polluted Cities list, after Mumbai and Bangalore.8.
Kolkati, India Kolkatimes pollution index of 5.3 (Source: Reuters)7.
Mumbai, India Mumbai’s air pollution index is 5, the lowest in the top 20 cities.
The smog-forming particulate particles, which can cause respiratory problems, are responsible for the pollution in Mumbai.
This city also has some of the highest numbers of premature mortality due to air pollution.
This is a major issue in Mumbai, as the city’s population is over a million.6.
Bengal, India Bengaluru has the highest air pollution levels of the 10 most polluted cities.
K.V. Gopalan, Director of the National Pollution Control Board, says this is due to two factors: a lack of urban planning and an inability of the city to deal with the pollution.
The air pollution is a result of the fact that the urban fabric is made up of a lot of different things.
The buildings and roads are often constructed over the urban surface.
This has created a lot more pollutants, he said.5.
Hyderabad , India The city has the worst air quality in the 10 worst cities in the index.
The cities with high pollution levels are Hyderabad (7.6), Hyderabad-NCR (7), Chennai (7) and Mumbai (7).
Hyderabad is the home to the biggest metro system in India.
The average PM 2 is 4.2.
Hyderabadi has a population of over 13 million people.
It has the second highest concentration of PM 2 levels in the state, behind Mumbai.
Hyderatabad is also ranked No 1 in the State of Telangana.4.
Bangalore, India This city has been identified as one of the most polluted urban areas in the entire country.
According to the Air Quality Index, the city has a concentration of pollutants of PM 3.5, PM 10 and PM 2, which are 3.2 times higher than in any other place.
The PM 10 concentration is 2,000 times higher, according to the Indian Institute of Tropical Meteorology.3.
Mumbai (Bombay), India This is the second most polluted city in India, according the Air Pollution Index.
According the report, Mumbai’s average pollution level is 6.7 per 100 square metres, the third highest in the Indian state.
The concentration of pollution is highest in Mumbai’s central business district, where more than 6,000 people die each year due to respiratory diseases caused by PM 2 particles.
Mumbai has a high number of deaths due the air pollution, including from respiratory diseases, which affects nearly 1,000,000.2 to 3.
Bangalore (Bombays) This city is ranked as one the most polluting cities in India with a pollution index score of 2.0.
This number represents the highest pollution in Bangalore in the last decade.
In 2015, more than 100,000 premature deaths were linked to the city.
It is home to a huge metro system, the largest in the city, that is built on the outskirts of the central business area.
The population of Bangalore is more then one million.1.
Delhi (Delhi), India Delhi has the lowest concentration of ozone at 2.4 micrograms per cubic meter, which comes second only to Mumbai (3.0 microgram per cubic metre).
Mumbai , India Mumbai is ranked at No. 2 in the ranking of the worst polluted cities in a list of 10 cities, as per the World Health Organization.
The report states that the city suffers from a combination of poor