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    Delhi Begins to Confront its Air Pollution Crisisi
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    January 27, 2016 5:13 PM
    As worsening levels of air pollution in the Indian capital impact the health of citizens, New Delhi has begun taking steps to tackle the menace. But as Anjana Pasricha reports, experts are urging long-term action to clean up what the World Health Organization says is the world’s dirtiest air.

    Delhi Begins to Confront its Air Pollution Crisis

    Published January 27, 2016

    As worsening levels of air pollution in the Indian capital impact the health of citizens, New Delhi has begun taking steps to tackle the menace. But as Anjana Pasricha reports, experts are urging long-term action to clean up what the World Health Organization says is the world’s dirtiest air.


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