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Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose Papers declassified

There has been a long discussion about the alleged death of Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose from the time he was announced dead in a broadcast by Japanese news agency from Tokyo on 23 rd august, 1945.  After much of the public outcry and repeated demands of declassification of documents by Netaji's family member,  Government of India decided to declassify the files relating to Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose and make them accessible to public. Prime Minister Narendra Modi on 23 January 2016 released 200 digital copies of declassified documents on Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose at the National Archives of India in public domain. The national archive of India subsequently released digital copies of these declassified files on 23 January, 29 march, 27 April and 27 May.

Why there is sudden rise in pollution in Delhi ?

Everybody is aware about the ' Kadwi Hawa ' of Delhi but only few know the reason behind the pathetic condition of its atmosphere. It is being said that stubble burning, vehicle exhaust and too much of construction activities in Delhi are biggest contributor of pollution.  However that is not the complete story, because vehicle exhaust and construction are daily business in the city and stubble burning is carried out in other times of the year. It is the combination of different types of factors which has led Delhi towards this annual crisis. Not only Delhi but some parts of Pakistan are facing pollution worst than Delhi. Major concern is huge concentration of  particulate matter in the air.

How much severe Delhi's Pollution actually is ?

If you are living in Delhi, you can experience sudden increase in pollution level . All of the Delhi is covered in dense smog, resulting in breathing problems and itching in eyes, as immediate consequences, and many other harmful health condition.

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