CHENNAI (REUTERS) - Hundreds of millions of Indians in north India woke up on Sunday (Nov 15) to toxic air following Diwali, the Hindu festival of lights, after many revellers defied bans on using firecrackers to celebrate. The capital New Delhi was blanked with a thick haze, with the average pollution level in the capital over...Full Article
Northern India chokes on toxic smog day after Diwali festival
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