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Air pollution

‘Ek Woh Bhi Diwali Thi’

Virendra Kapoor

To tell you the truth, the word pollution was alien to the wider civilisation in the late 1950s and 1960s

The Human Cost of Air Pollution

There are links between Covid-19 and pollution. We must learn to how to live with it in a post-corona world

Reading in the Time of Pollution

Cooped up indoors with air filters

Capital Cold

When Delhi recorded the lowest temperatures in a century

From the gas chamber into an air bubble

The new economy of clean air provides reprieve for a select few in toxic cities

A Colourless Diwali

The wasteful expenditure on gifts is gone

The Quietest Diwali in 5 Years

Why not move Diwali to another month?

When Breath Becomes Fatal

Author and researcher Dean Spears asserts that India’s air pollution does not merely kill children, it also impacts each generation of survivors

Breathing Bad

Air quality in north India divides the rich and poor more than ever amid official apathy and public indiscretion

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