In India, according to the study, a total of 25.72 million premature deaths can be avoided across 18 cities
New Delhi: At least 153 million premature deaths linked to air pollution could be avoided across major urban areas worldwide this century if governments across the world speed up their plans to cut fossil fuel emissions, said a new study released on Monday.
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