Most Polluted Cities in the world

As you can see we in India are on top of the list. I am just amazed that for 10+ days authorities are meeting at global/UN scale in greater noida to discuss pollution. When will the officials act??? more  

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Solution for problem is control of population, implementation of NGT guidelines strictly make it follow by every individual and penalize them with heavy fine if found violating and total corruption free police in all states of India. more  
Over crowded population all over is our main ditch. more  
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Hats up to the local government for achieving the top position. more  
Only by the discussion no possibility of problem may be solved. POPULATION is increasing day by day. But NO ACTION has been taken to solve the situation. The green is now lossing. The PETROL engine, diesel engine and gas and PLASTICS are using MAXIMUMly. But the trouble is for NOT going to save ENVIRONMENT or pollution of earth's atmosphere. Electric vehicles can be used in lieu of that. We are seeing in every where the people are suffering for the matter of nuisance. CLEANINESS is now the best way to restore the CALAMITY. SPAN MAGAZINE HAS ORGANIZED THE COMMITTITORS ON THE ENVIRONMENT AMONG THE PEOPLE OF WHOLE WORLD. RECENTLY THE DESTRUCTION OF AMAZON FOREST. NATURE IS FOR US, WE ARE NOT FOR NATURE. SO A SUMMIT IS REQUIRED TO SAVE THE WORLD FROM GREEN. CONGRATULATIONS. GOD BLESS ALL. more  
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