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This monsoon, more rain pain for Delhi

Hindu Monday, 17 June 2019
The Capital needs systemic change in its drainage master plan that dates back to 1976; desilting of drains is not enough. As a new plan devised by IIT-Delhi still awaits the official nod, expect the familiar sight of waterlogged streets again this monsoon
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