“When Narendra Modi won a sweeping election victory in 2014 to become India’s prime minister, there were high hopes — even among his political enemies — that his government would be more effective than its predecessors in rescuing the country’s rivers from sewage and industrial waste, improving a dismal sanitation record and cleaning New Delhi’s filthy air. ”
The Financial Times
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India’s rivers and air remain dirty despite New Delhi’s promises