Stop defacing Gurgaon. Little things can make a big difference

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

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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