Smog should stop play, Indian doctors tell cricket bosses

Cricket organisers must take pollution into account before allowing matches to go ahead, the Indian Medical Association told the country's governing body for the sport Thursday, after a smog-plagued Test match in New Delhi.The IMA said in a letter to the Indian cricket board it was "greatly troubled" by scenes of players wearing masks to protect themselves from air pollution many times the global safe limit during the third test match between India and Sri Lanka in New Delhi.Two players vomited on the pitch, and play had to be halted...

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By: France 24 - Thursday, 7 December

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