Friday, August 28, 2009

Gurgaon



A seemingly ultra-modern city has come up on the outskirts of new delhi, called gurgaon.

It is full of skyscrapers ( the attached picture was taken on the evening of 27th July 2009) and parts of it look like downtown manhatten.

It has a population of a quarter million people, and many more come from New Delhi to work here.

Though the city shows the zeal of private Industries in India, it is a good example of the result of lack of regulation and government support.

A city this large and seemingly modern does not yet have municipal water or drainage/sewerage. Everybody in the town is using ground water for consumption (along with Reverse Osmosis machines for cleaning it) and septic tanks are used for sewerage.

There have been cases of polluting factories putting used water back into the ground.

2 comments:

shreya said...

hmmmm something bit similar i have heard regarding infosys .....having world's biggest training centre at mysore....may be unaware of reality they say it "reducing water wastage".....

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