It’s a life that many envy: plush salaries, international schools for the children and wine-soaked parties on weekends. But for New Delhi's diplomatic corps, the sweet life is missing one key ingredient: clean, breathable air. Pollution levels in India this month are so bad that diplomats are fretting about whether to stay or leave.
"New Delhi’s Pollution Problem is So Bad That Some Diplomats Are Packing Their Bags" is from the November 16, 2017 World section of The Washington Post. It was written by Vidhi Doshi and narrated by Sam Scholl.