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Supreme Court raps Delhi government for for opposing technology to fight pollution

Mid-Day Monday, 19 August 2019
On Monday, the Supreme Court rapped the Delhi government for opposing the use of technology in order to fight pollution in the state. Coming harsh on the state government, the apex court asked whether the government wants the children to live in good quality air or no.



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