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Money-wise: 5 tips to have a cracker of a Diwali!

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Prasanta Paladhi
by Prasanta Paladhi on Oct 20, 2014 02:20 PM  | Hide replies

For the last so many years we have been hearing that action is being taken to stop sound making crackers beyond a certain Decibel and also to reduce all types to crackers to control the air pollution and noise pollution. But we have not seen any improvement, may be possible the time required to take such action is 20-30 years. What a pity. On the day of Diwali, it becomes difficult to breath and for those having respiratory trouble or heart ailments it becomes unbearable. It continues up to early hours of the morning making life miserable. Hope the administration takes some effective action so that control at the production point becomes very rigid and those who make are brought to justice and if necessary to punish the culprits, rules must be changed.

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anil kohli
Re: Diwali
by anil kohli on Oct 21, 2014 03:31 PM
what about the happiness it gives to million of people.What good it serves if we care for a day and for rest 364 days we spoil the enviornment.Why all these advisories comes during hindu festivals only where every religion/race celebrate by crackers be it a match win or some other occassion.JUST THINK.............Lets celebrate Deewali for a day and then serve the mother nature for rest of 364 days which will serve better.

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Ravi Kumar
Re: Diwali
by Ravi Kumar on Oct 21, 2014 08:55 AM
I completely agree. Not just the patients but almost everyone suffers because of continuous noise. A day of celebration becomes a day of irritation.

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siva kumar
Re: Re: Diwali
by siva kumar on Oct 21, 2014 03:38 PM
Anil, completely agreed. 364 days we pollute by driving vehicles and through industries, that doesnt stand before them, but this one day is a big concern.

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