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Breathless | Telegraph
Self-reliance in defence is a national imperative | Mint
More of the same | TH 
A step at a time | IndExp
Language of unity| TH
Jammu & Kashmir: A Year After | ToI
NEWS
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Breathless | Telegraph
Self-reliance in defence is a national imperative | Mint
More of the same | TH 
A step at a time | IndExp
Language of unity| TH
Jammu & Kashmir: A Year After | ToI
NEWS
Breathless | Telegraph
?University of Chicago’ s air quality life index
?Baseline year: 2018
Page 3


Breathless | Telegraph
Self-reliance in defence is a national imperative | Mint
More of the same | TH 
A step at a time | IndExp
Language of unity| TH
Jammu & Kashmir: A Year After | ToI
NEWS
Breathless | Telegraph
?University of Chicago’ s air quality life index
?Baseline year: 2018
?May be, mandatory wearing of masks in India,
will help us agains pollution too.
?With particulate pollution having gone up by 42%
since 1998, ordinary citizens are losing over five
years of their life spans.
?Fact: India continues to pay a steep price for its
air pollution.
?R.K. Singh: India will have around 60% of its
installed electricity generation capacity from
clean sources by 2030.
Page 4


Breathless | Telegraph
Self-reliance in defence is a national imperative | Mint
More of the same | TH 
A step at a time | IndExp
Language of unity| TH
Jammu & Kashmir: A Year After | ToI
NEWS
Breathless | Telegraph
?University of Chicago’ s air quality life index
?Baseline year: 2018
?May be, mandatory wearing of masks in India,
will help us agains pollution too.
?With particulate pollution having gone up by 42%
since 1998, ordinary citizens are losing over five
years of their life spans.
?Fact: India continues to pay a steep price for its
air pollution.
?R.K. Singh: India will have around 60% of its
installed electricity generation capacity from
clean sources by 2030.
?The main contributors to pollution — emissions
by industries, vehicular pollution and
construction activity.
?Calcutta: 70% of the residents reportedly suffer
some sort of respiratory disease
?Stubble Burning
?It is thus clear that the problem persists not only
because its multi-layered nature is ignored but
also because the twin interventions of
implementation and sensitization leave a lot to
be desired.
Page 5


Breathless | Telegraph
Self-reliance in defence is a national imperative | Mint
More of the same | TH 
A step at a time | IndExp
Language of unity| TH
Jammu & Kashmir: A Year After | ToI
NEWS
Breathless | Telegraph
?University of Chicago’ s air quality life index
?Baseline year: 2018
?May be, mandatory wearing of masks in India,
will help us agains pollution too.
?With particulate pollution having gone up by 42%
since 1998, ordinary citizens are losing over five
years of their life spans.
?Fact: India continues to pay a steep price for its
air pollution.
?R.K. Singh: India will have around 60% of its
installed electricity generation capacity from
clean sources by 2030.
?The main contributors to pollution — emissions
by industries, vehicular pollution and
construction activity.
?Calcutta: 70% of the residents reportedly suffer
some sort of respiratory disease
?Stubble Burning
?It is thus clear that the problem persists not only
because its multi-layered nature is ignored but
also because the twin interventions of
implementation and sensitization leave a lot to
be desired.
?This institutional apathy can only be challenged if
investments by the State to combat air pollution
are accompanied by education and adequate
awareness campaigns.
?Only then can respiratory health and longevity of
citizens be safeguarded.
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