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Is Delhi Metro second most 'unaffordable' system in the world? This IS what DMRC has to say

DNA Wednesday, 5 September 2018
Is Delhi Metro second most 'unaffordable' system in the world? This IS what DMRC has to sayThe Delhi Metro on Wednesday termed as "misleading" a report by a green body which claimed DMRC is the second most unaffordable metro system in the world in terms of percentage of income spent for using it.

The DMRC rubbished the report of Centre for Science and Environment (CSE) which also claimed the Delhi Metro has received...
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