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Delhi’s Trash Hills

The Indian society is a segregated one, divided along the lines of caste, class and religion. Our population crossed the one billion mark a decade ago and the demographic dividend it provides, combined with wealth accumulation and increase in gross domestic product are often cited to tout the country’s likelihood of achieving the status of a global superpower (Haque, Das and Patel, 2018).  And yet our centres of growth, the metropolitan cities, are in a dismal state of near collapse...

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