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Heavy smog in Delhi led to at least ten vehicles colliding on the Yamuna Expressway highway, near Delhi. The cars crashed due to low visibility. Several people were injured in the collision. The incident occurred in Gautam Buddha Nagar's Dankaur area.

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I've noticed a lot more Indians of privileged coming to the US than Chinese.
Perhaps they are still clinging to their British occupation too much.
These are common growing pains if any developing country.
Perhaps a more socialistic government is in order instead of the vestiges of their
British occupiers steeped in strict class divisions and Royalty.
You see the difference between the progression of China (which Mao saved for the
Chinese people) and India where they are floundering with a lack of British occupation.
The privileged in India are obviously over stepping their boundaries in  leaving their workers
to rot.

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The air condition  in China has improved a lot compared with before since strict measures and regulations have been taken and carried out! Say thanks to our government!
The most useful knowledge and skill that we are lack of is that of about human!

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robert237 Post time: 2017-11-9 22:06
I've noticed a lot more Indians of privileged coming to the US than Chinese.
Perhaps they are still  ...



Oh Robert, you have told us you were now living in CHINA. Do you wear blinkers? Or do zou wear black tinted sunglasses???

Smog in China is as bad as it is in India (perhaps India is this week occupying the first rank just so China can take a break from its sooty air conditions that have existed for decades now!).
The Brits hardly brought air pollution to India and China... The locals were far more adept at creating those life-threatening conditions...

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