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The sky is infinite and there are millions of stars. But, in a city where smog hangs like a veil over us, the stars don’t shine anymore.read full story
Delhi in winter is a nightmare come true for its residents. A gas chamber. A purgatory. A place where death comes slowly. One mouthful at a time.
Children and the youth make a case for speeding up the process of cleaning the country’s notoriously foul air
From the pollution capital of the world, a tale of intertwined yet divergent lives
The ‘lungs billboard’ is gaining traction as one of the most effective ways of raising awareness
We must not allow analysis paralysis to postpone anti-pollution measures, but promote public transport, walking, cycling, etc...
No matter how difficult the actions required to contain air pollution are, the cost of inaction is too high...
Tucked away in eastern Mumbai, the polluted industrial pocket of Mahul is a living hell for its poor residents whom even...
The eastern state’s staggering pollution levels are often worse than Delhi’s.
The bottom 50 per cent of India's population who holds just 2.8 per cent of national wealth, are prone to health issues...
Children from economically weak backgrounds face the worst of outdoor air pollution
While not even death certificates give air pollution as cause, crores of Indians suffer from breathing trouble
Children from poor backgrounds are worst sufferers of pollution. But planners never see the big picture.
Citizens have taken up the battle because those who are supposed to be in charge are in deep slumber
India’s journey towards a clean environment will be long and winding, with no destination in sight yet
There is no sight of the Swachh Bharat Mission and children of Jahangirpuri are being denied fresh air to breathe