The air quality on Wednesday reached the hazardous level in many parts of Delhi
GN Bureau | November 8, 2017
This NASA image only shows half the truth. People living in the Delhi NCR region are experiencing the real horror. Breathlessness, itchy eyes and sore throat are the immediate reactions. Only time will tell the long term effects of this deadly smog.
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