The Centre for Science and Environment (CSE), a leading green organisation fighting for a cleaner air released a study last week, showing dangerous levels of pollution in the city's air, linking them to the residents' health and well being.

Vehicular emissions contribute around three-quarters of Delhi's air pollution, the Delhi government estimates.

Two-wheel riders are forced to cover their faces with handkerchiefs to avoid inhaling the slow poison emitted by the vehicles plying on the traffic-choked roads of Delhi and its surrounding areas.

During winter, hospitals see a surge in the number of patients with respiratory and heart ailments as thick smog and pollution hangs in cold air.

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