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Centre sets up permanent panel to tackle Delhi-NCR air pollution

IndiaTimes Friday, 30 October 2020
After a succession of committees and court directions failed to halt deterioration in the capital’s air quality, the Centre has decided to set up a new commission armed with powers of enforcement and mitigation that promises to take another stab, hopefully with better results, in cleaning the air.
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