24 April 2019. That the fly ash from coal-fired plants, which is even smaller than the width of a single human hair, is perilous enough to cause fatal diseases is common knowledge. But hazed in the thick layer of smog lie more unknown reverberations of the deadly pollutant, a baneful one being crop damage.

URJA KHABAR

Koradi-Thermal

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