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Delhi Air Pollution: How do people breathe? Supreme Court asks AAP government

DNA Friday, 15 November 2019
The Supreme Court on Friday pulled up the Delhi government over the increasing air pollution in the city. The court also noted that the Odd-Even scheme might not be the solution to curb air pollution.
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