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Scientists and doctors agree: Pollution is killing Indians. In 2017, more than 1 million people in India died from pollution-related illnesses. But the Indian government denies any correlation. Amidst a public health emergency, we examine the stark differences in how the crisis is affecting Delhi's rich and poor.
In this episode: Neha Tara Mehta (@NehaTaraMehta), New Delhi native and Al Jazeera producer.
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