India says ozone level safe, rejects global study blaming air quality for deaths: Hindustan Times

“The Central Pollution Control Board (CPCB) has dismissed a widely-cited international report which said India recorded the highest number of deaths because of exposure to surface-level ozone and that it has surpassed China as the deadliest in the world.hindustan-timesThe State of Global Air report 2017, released in February, said the number of deaths due to ozone pollution increased from 43,480 in 1990 to 107,770 in 2015.”  Hindustan Times
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India says ozone level safe, rejects global study blaming air quality for deaths

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