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US-based anthropologist in Mumbai to study noise pollution

Source: DNA, Date: , 2015

Efforts of city-based activist Dr Mahesh Bedekar in monitoring noise norms has paid off as a US-based anthropologist, student as well as researcher Julian Lynch visited the city to study how people respond to noise pollution and law enforcement. The 31-year-old anthropologist said he has been studying about social and cultural issue and it was during his studies when he discovered noise pollution problem. He started a comprehensive research on the issue and came across Dr Bedekar through various newspaper article. "So, I decided to meet him to get an overall idea of the work that he has undertaken in noise pollution and in addition as a doctor he could also share the health aspects too," said Julian.

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