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COAL POLLUTION 2

The day starts for the government school beside her house with a thorough sweep and sprinkle, but the black soot remains settled deep within the cracks of the floors. In summer, the coal-dust storms often turn day into night, even as the teachers and children tie their scarves tightly around their faces while singing the National Anthem.
LEFT: ASH, NEAR JAYANT MINES                         RIGHT: GOVERNMENT SCHOOL, ANPARA

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Ruhani Kaur
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The day starts for the government school beside her house with a thorough sweep and sprinkle, but the black soot remains settled deep within the cracks of the floors. In summer, the coal-dust storms often turn day into night, even as the teachers and children tie their scarves tightly around their faces while singing the National Anthem.<br />
LEFT: ASH, NEAR JAYANT MINES                         RIGHT: GOVERNMENT SCHOOL, ANPARA