Use the power of the Air Act to fight pollution: Business Standard

“The problem is not that India has made no effort to reduce  Air-quality monitoring across the country has been stepped up. for power plants have been proposed although they are in danger of being diluted or delayed. Perhaps most important, the central government mandated that new passenger and transport vehicles meet by 2020, and lowered the limits on sulphur content of fuels. In the special case of the national capital region, a graded emergency action plan has now been prepared…” Business Standard

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