"Cat's Out Of The Bag": Supreme Court On Centre's Stubble-Burning Data

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Farm fires only have a 10 per cent share in Delhi's severe pollution, the central government today told the Supreme Court in a hearing on the air quality crisis in India's capital. The contribution of stubble-burning - or burning of farm waste -- to Delhi's air pollution is 10 per cent, Solicitor General Tushar Mehta told the Supreme Court, stating that industry and road dust played a big role.

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