The Indian Railways freight
data shows the quantity of goods carried is at nearly normal levels compared to the same week in 2019. It was down 2.9 per cent over last year. The figure was 8.8 per cent in the previous week. Earnings from goods are also recovering. They are down 7.7 per cent, compared to 15.6 per cent last week).
tracks nitrogen dioxide emissions, the pollutant resulting from vehicles or industries. It remains below normal levels in Delhi, and more so in Mumbai shows data as of July 19.
People are working from home, so this has often meant an increased internet load. More people use video conferencing or video entertainment. There had been a dip in internet speeds after the lockdown
was announced in multiple countries including India, shows data from global internet tracker Ookla. It had since risen here after the unlocking. Both mobile and fixed internet speeds for the week ending July 12, dipped over the previous week.
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