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THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: The Kerala State Pollution Control Board has passed an order restricting the use of loud crackers during the Dewali celebration in the state.

The board has banned the sale or use of crackers with sound level above 125 decibel. It has also said that no crackers that produce sound shall be used between 10.00 pm and 6.00 am.

According to the order passed by the board, crackers should not be used within 100 meters of hospitals, courts, educational institutions, places of worship, or in narrow lanes.

The board also suggested the use of crackers that spread light and colours instead of those which make loud noise. 

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