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Toxic smog engulfs India's capital after Diwali


A thick layer of smog covers Delhi following a frenzied night of fireworks to celebrate the Hindu festival of lights, Diwali. The air quality dipped to the “very poor” category early Monday, with authorities warning of further deterioration in the levels. IMAGES

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