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Paddy stubble burning

Villagers burn wheat stubbles in a field in Sangrur.

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A farmer burns paddy stubble in a field at Ranbir Singh Pora village, near the India-Pakistan international border, in Jammu.

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Seen from a mountain, fires from burning stubble in the fields are seen next to the cricket stadium in Dharmsala. The Indian capital and large parts of north India suffer from air pollution for most of the year, caused by dust, burning of crops, emissions from factories and the burning of coal and piles of garbage.

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A farmer burns paddy stubble in a farm at a village on the outskirts of Amritsar.

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Commuters make their way through smoke caused by the burning of crop stubble on the outskirts of Amritsar, Punjab.

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Commuters make their way through smoke caused by the burning of crop stubble on the outskirts of Amritsar, Punjab. The pollution and smokey haze around the adjoining states of Punjab and Haryana, especially New Delhi has been linked with stubble burning and is said to be a contributing factor for increasing air pollution.

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Smoke rises as a farmer burns paddy stubbles at a village on the outskirts of Amritsar. Farmers are burning paddy stubble despite a ban, before growing the next crop.

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Farmers work in a field as smoke rises due to the burning of the paddy stubbles

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A farmer burns paddy stubble in Haryana

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A farmer burns paddy stubble in Haryana

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A farmer burns paddy stubble in Haryana

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A farmer burns paddy stubble in Haryana

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A farmer burns the paddy stubble in Punjab

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Commuters make their way through smoke caused by farmers burning crop stubble on the outskirts of Amritsar, Punjab.

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A couple on a scooter ride through smoke caused by farmers burning crop stubble on the outskirts of Amritsar, Punjab.

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A man rides a buffalo cart through smoke caused by farmers burning crop stubble on the outskirts of Amritsar.

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Commuters make their way through smoke caused by farmers burning crop stubble on the outskirts of Amritsar, Punjab.

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Smoke rises from crop stubble set on fire by farmers on the outskirts of Amritsar.

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Smoke rises from crop stubble set on fire by farmers on the outskirts of Amritsar, Punjab.

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A tractor is seen next to crop stubble set on fire by farmers on the outskirts of Amritsar, Punjab.

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A farmer burns crop stubble after harvesting paddy on the outskirts of Amritsar, Punjab.

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A farmer is seen through smoke as he walks back after burning paddy crop stubble on the outskirts of Amritsar, Punjab.

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A board in Patiala district asks farmers not to burn their paddy stalks

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Smog visible below street lights near Panipat

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Smoke rising from a field on fire

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A farmer burns paddy stubble in Karnal district

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Most marginal farmers can’t afford subsidised machines

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The Manduvira River winds through the area of Tres Arroyos, Paraguay, where tourists navigate a boat and farmers burn a field. Farmers customarily burn their fields after harvesting.

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Stubble being burned after the crop has been harvested to remove heavy crop residue, near Karnal, Haryana.

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Farmers engage in stubble burning to clear the paddy stubble in time for the wheat crop, near Karnal, Haryana.

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Farmers burns the left-over stalks to quickly ready the fields for the next planting near Karnal, Haryana.

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A farmer burns off stubble on a field near Karnal, Haryana.

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Farmers engage in stubble burning to clear the paddy stubble in time for the wheat crop, near Karnal, Haryana.

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Burning of rice residues after harvest, to quickly prepare the land for wheat planting, near Karnal, Haryana.

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Farmers preparing to burn crop residues near Karnal, Haryana.

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Despite the ban, farmer burns paddy straw near Karnal, Haryana.

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Farmers burning paddy husks after a harvest near Karnal, Haryana.

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People distributes anti-pollution masks and carry oxygen cylinders as they protest against the stubble burning at Paras Ram Nagar, in Bathinda.

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A farmer burns stubbles at his paddy field on the outskirts of Amritsar. Despite a ban on stubble burning, farmers in the states of Punjab and Haryana are still burning paddy stubble before they grow the next crop.

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