4 min read.Updated: 15 Nov 2016, 05:47 AM ISTRihan Najib
The measures to curb air pollution in Delhi must necessarily tackle the city's solid-waste crisis as well
The toxic haze that enveloped Delhi for two weeks after Diwali has diminished. But it would be foolhardy to think the moment has passed. How do we go on from here, knowing that next year, too, farmers will burn crop stubble, people will burn garbage and burst Diwali firecrackers, diesel generators will remain in use, environmentally harmful industry practices will prevail and private vehicles will still be the preferred means of transport?