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21st February 2019 Part-3: Daily News Analysis
The Supreme Court of India has banned fireworks manufacturers from using five dangerous chemical substances that stir up air and noise pollution, an order that is likely to mean firecrackers with reduced sound and light effects this Diwali. The substances barred are lithium, antimony, mercury, arsenic and lead. The Supreme Court of India has banned fireworks manufacturers from using five dangerous chemical substances that stir up air and noise pollution, an order that is likely to mean firecrackers with reduced sound and light effects this Diwali. The substances barred are lithium, antimony, mercury, arsenic and lead. The Supreme Court of India has banned fireworks manufacturers from using five dangerous chemical substances that stir up air and noise pollution, an order that is likely to mean firecrackers with reduced sound and light effects in Diwali. The substances barred are lithium, antimony, mercury, arsenic and lead.