Mumbai gets covered in ‘Delhi-like’ smog

Updated On Jan 30, 2016 10:15 PM IST
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A smog covered view from Marine Drive in Mumbai. (Arijit Sen/HT Photo )
Updated on Jan 30, 2016 10:15 PM IST

A smog covered view from Marine Drive in Mumbai. (Arijit Sen/HT Photo )

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Poor visibility at Vashi Bridge due to heavy smog in Mumbai. (Prashant Waydande/HT Photo)
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Poor visibility at Vashi Bridge due to heavy smog in Mumbai. (Prashant Waydande/HT Photo)

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City buildings covered by heavy smog at Lower Parel in Mumbai. (Vijayanand Gupta/HT Photo)
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City buildings covered by heavy smog at Lower Parel in Mumbai. (Vijayanand Gupta/HT Photo)

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The island city was under the cover of smog till noon, at Nariman Point in Mumbai. (Arijit Sen/HT Photo)
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The island city was under the cover of smog till noon, at Nariman Point in Mumbai. (Arijit Sen/HT Photo)

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Fire personnel trying to extinguish the fire which is been there for past 2 days at Deonar Dumping Ground in Shivaji Nagar in Mumbai. (Prashant Waydande/HT Photo)
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Fire personnel trying to extinguish the fire which is been there for past 2 days at Deonar Dumping Ground in Shivaji Nagar in Mumbai. (Prashant Waydande/HT Photo)

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Fire at the Deonar dumping ground had been burning since Thursday. (Prashant Waydande/HT Photo)
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Fire at the Deonar dumping ground had been burning since Thursday. (Prashant Waydande/HT Photo)

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While the cause of the fire is yet unclear, rag-pickers are known to set garbage on fire at the Deonar dumping ground. (Prashant Waydande/HT Photo)
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While the cause of the fire is yet unclear, rag-pickers are known to set garbage on fire at the Deonar dumping ground. (Prashant Waydande/HT Photo)

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The fire had started earlier this week and turned into an inferno on Thursday. (Prashant Waydande/HT Photo)
Updated on Jan 30, 2016 10:15 PM IST

The fire had started earlier this week and turned into an inferno on Thursday. (Prashant Waydande/HT Photo)

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