Gurgaon's gleaming highrises hide an ugly truth. The water its residents drink, and use for bathing and cooking is laced with impurities and contaminated with sewage, a study by the Centre for Science and Environment (CSE) says.
In 2008, residents of the plush Belvedere Park in DLF Phase III were forced to put up with a stream of sewage floating outside their main entrance
On one hand, the urban footprint is expanding at an impressive pace, led by an army of private developers. On the other hand, the government has failed to match the growth by providing world-class civic infrastructure to its population. Read more
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