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Most of the world breathes unsafe air, taking more than two years off global life expectancy, while the air pollution shortens average life expectancy in India, the second most polluted country in the world after Bangladesh, by five years, relative to what it would be if the new stringent WHO guidelines were met, said the new Air Quality Life Index (AQLI) analysis released on Tuesday.

It also said the pollution would cut 7.6 years of life expectancy of 40% of Indians who live in the Indo-Gangetic plains.

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