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  • India moves away from motorised transport
  • India moves away from motorised transport
    Meena Kadri ©
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India moves away from motorised transport

Delhi is ranked as one of the most polluted and populous cities in the world by international organisations, so traffic is often a problem. Now, urban planning experts say there is a need to promote sustainable public transport in the capital.

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