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Diwali and environment

By Jack Fereday

India has been celebrating several Hindu festivals in recent weeks. And today begins the Diwali festival of lights. Traditionally these are happy occasions, but in some Indian cities, people are unhappy about the damage that festivals may be doing to the environment. Correspondent Jack Fereday reports from New Delhi.

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