By Nita Bhalla NEW DELHI, Dec 21 (Reuters) - Efforts to cut air pollution in the Indian capital through the use of cleaner fuel in public transport are being undone by the growing number of vehicles on the roads, an environmental think-tank said on Thursday. A study by the Washington-based Resources for the Future (RFF) found that sulphur dioxide and carbon monoxide levels -- which cause respiratory and heart problems -- have dropped by about 80 percent and 70 percent, respectively, ...
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