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Talk show on lead in paint.

Exploratory steps hit the road

Source:: The New Indian Express, New Delhi, Nov 5, 2017
 
New Delhi: You will be most disoriented. You’ll understand what it is really like to loose control. Vulnerability will be your companion for the next hour. The blindfolded walk does that to you within seconds of your wearing the dreary black mask. It’s an experience uncommon to most of us. But the Delhi Walk Festival, 2017 gives you the opportunity to be on the dark side of things.
 

Sound barrier: Law in place, cops quiet in Delhi

Source:: The Times of India, New Delhi, Nov 5, 2017

Sound barrier: Law in place, cops quiet in Delhi

Source:: The Times of India, New Delhi, Nov 5, 2017

What happens to e-waste: Your junked gadgets come back to you as toxic fumes

Source:: Hindustan Times, New Delhi, Nov 2, 2017

New Delhi: Ever wondered where does all your old and worn-out gadgets go after you chuck them in the bin or sell them to the junk dealer? Experts say they come back to you in the form of toxic fumes and polluted water.These gadgets often land up in makeshift workshops, where metal is extracted of them using the crudest methods releasing a range of toxic elements.

Over 73 per cent of paints found to have excessive lead: Study

Source:: The Times of India, New Delhi, Oct 30, 2017

New Delhi: More than 73% of household decorative paints, collected from several regions across the capital, were found containing exceedingly high levels of lead content in a recent study conducted by Toxic Links — a Delhi-based NGO in association with International POPS Elimination Network (IPEN).

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