This Is How Bad New Delhi's Air Pollution Is

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This Is How Bad New Delhi's Air Pollution Is
Air pollution in New Delhi was 20 times that of safe limits last week. The Wall Street Journal's Karan Deep Singh carries an air quality monitor for a day to see how dangerous the Indian capital's smog can be. Photo: Karan Deep Singh/The Wall Street Journal

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