Stop defacing Gurgaon. Little things can make a big difference

by Paul Joseph on February 3, 2013 · 0 comments

During the 1980s, New York City was in the grip of the worst crime rates, with an average of 600,000 crimes a year. The subway trains, lifeline of the city, were one of the worst vandalized. In 1984, there was a fire somewhere every day, and a derailment every other week. Coaches were filthy, floors littered with trash, and their walls and ceilings – inside and out – were thick with graffiti. Graffiti (painting on large surfaces with spray paint) was a typical expression of disorder. But then, suddenly and without warning, it began to slow down. From a decade of high crime rate in 1990, it dropped so fast

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