Sri Lanka s players wore masks to combat the smog pollution disrupting the third Test match against India in Delhi

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Sri Lankan players go out of ground vomiting due smog in India

- timesofislamabad.com
03 Dec 2017
NEW DELHI: Pollution stopped play Sunday in the third Test between India and Sri Lanka, and visiting coach Nic Pothas said the smog was so extreme that his players -- who took the extraordinary step of wearing face masks -- were "coming off the field and vomiting".

Players Were Vomiting Due To Smog, Says Lanka Coach Nic Pothas

03 Dec 2017
Pollution stopped play Sunday in the third Test between India and Sri Lanka, and visiting coach Nic Pothas said the smog was so extreme that his players -- who took the extraordinary step of wearing face masks -- were 'coming off the field and vomiting'. Concentrations of the smallest and most harmful airborne pollutants in Delhi, one of the world's most polluted capitals, ...
- sports.ndtv.com

Choked India buying dirty US oil byproduct

- breakingnewslive.net
03 Dec 2017
Laboratory tests on imported petcoke used near New Delhi found it contained 17 times more sulfur than the limit set for coal, and a staggering 1,380 times more than for diesel, according to India's court-appointed Environmental Pollution Control Authority. India's own petcoke, produced domestically, adds to the pollution.

European satellite captures alarming pollution over north India

03 Dec 2017
On December 1, air pollution in Delhi rose and returned to levels recorded immediately after the severe smog episode in November, according to the Central Pollution Control Board's (CPCB) data. PM10 climbed to 412 micrograms per cubic metre (ug/m3) during the day, as high as on November 14, when Delhi had just come out of a week-long spell of emergency levels of pollution. ...
- radio.gov.pk

BCCI's poor scheduling puts players' health at risk vs lanka

- hindustantimes.com
03 Dec 2017
Pollution levels in Delhi hit alarming levels in November for the second year in a row and threatened to disrupt all outdoor activities, leave alone sports. Yet, the Indian cricket board scheduled the Test against Sri Lanka in the Capital for early December. Surprisingly, the schedule was made only in October. (Kotla Test, Day 2 highlights )

Delhi pollution interrupts India

03 Dec 2017
Pollution in Delhi has been a major health concern in recent winters. In November this year, the government had declared a public health emergency; schools were shut for a week, and the Delhi half marathon almost didn't go ahead. Back then, the air quality in Delhi had almost reached severe levels. On Sunday, air quality in some parts of Delhi was reported to be hazardous, ...
- espncricinfo.com

Cricketers vomiting after fielding in smoggy Delhi

- timesofindia.indiatimes.com
03 Dec 2017
India's powerful cricket board was less than impressed, accusing the visitors of making a fuss, and vowed to write to its Sri Lankan counterpart about the incident. But Pothas said his men were physically sick amid the "extremely high" pollution levels choking the ground.

India take command as Sri Lanka players protest over air pollution in Delhi

03 Dec 2017
After the pollution protest disruptions, Sri Lanka got the big dismissal of Kohli, trapped leg-before by Lakshan Sandakan (4-167). He went past his previous best of 235 against England at Mumbai last November. Overall, he faced 287 balls and hit 25 fours over 430 minutes.
- stuff.co.nz

Virat Kohli says he has learnt scoring big hundreds from Cheteshwar Pujara

- indiatoday.intoday.in
03 Dec 2017
Cheteshwar Pujara, in the Nagpur Test against Sri Lanka, became the 10th Indian cricketer to compete 3000 runs in Test matches in India. He reached the milestone in 32 matches and took just 53 innings reach the feat, breaking Sachin Tendulkar's record who had taken 55 innings to breach the 3000-run mark at home.
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