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India stumped in efforts to clear toxic smog as cricketers throw up

NEW DELHI, Dec 6 (Reuters) - India's state-run NTPC is launching bids for clean technology for two coal-fired power plants near New Delhi, officials said, as criticism mounts over the country's failure to end a toxic smog which strikes the capital every winter.
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