The great Indian pollution menace, in six charts4 min read . Updated: 23 Nov 2020, 08:22 AM IST
- Long term exposure to PM2.5 has already cost millions of lives in India due to heart and lung diseases. It may now be driving up covid-related deaths
Blue skies during the lockdown months made us hopeful about a different winter this time. That hope has been belied.Air pollution in most Indian cities was far worse in October than what it was in 2019, Mint reported last month.
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