"Anger Rises As Toxic Air Chokes India’s Capital"

"NEW DELHI — As thick smog crept over India’s capital this past week and smudged landmarks from view, Nikunj Pandey could feel his eyes and throat burning.

Pandey stopped doing his regular workouts and said he felt tightness in his lungs. He started wearing a triple layer of pollution masks over his mouth. And he became angry that he couldn’t safely breathe the air.

“This is a basic right,” he said. “A basic right of humanity.”"

Nick Perry reports for the Associated Press November 11, 2017.

Source: AP, 11/13/2017