As India Struggles With Air Pollution, A WHO Report Shows That Just In 2016, Over 1 Lakh Indian Children Died Because Of It

The Logical Indian

October 31st, 2018

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Air Quality in the National Capital Region Of Delhi continues to slip, posing an imminent threat to human health. As the government is putting efforts to curb the problem, a World Health Organisation report puts the situation into perspective. It says that in 2016 alone, over 1,00,000 children below the age of 5 in India were killed because of breathing toxic air.
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