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Air Pollution Plunges New Delhi Under Thick Veil of Smog


A thick veil of smog has fallen on New Delhi, leading to a health emergency and warnings from authorities for citizens to stay indoors in order to avoid the dangerous haze. Indian farmers usually burn their crop stubble around the beginning of November, which is believed to be the leading cause of the thick smog. The Indian Medical Association has declared a health emergency and Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal tweeted that the city has become a "gas chamber"

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