how can we make delhi better place to live

India
February 28, 2007 12:03am CST
i think we should follow the traffic signals. dont throw the liter on pubilc places. dont smoke on public places. take care of our heritage places like red fort and qutub minar and dont write on the walls of these places. tell me your suggestion.
4 responses
@sajuman (1855)
• India
5 Aug 07
I visited delhi only once..that is four months before.I think delhi is the one of the most traffic city in india.Delhi is rich in various architectural buildings..Many ancient structures are situated in delhi...I don't know more about the life in the delhi because i stayed there for only 15 days...The life during that period is excellent...
• India
19 Aug 07
thank you that you liked delhi so much.
@sajuman (1855)
• India
20 Aug 07
ya really..............
@rohit55_56 (2301)
• India
13 Aug 07
by not spreading dust and papers here and there.............
• India
19 Aug 07
my friend you are right but i think before this has to happen we need to change mentally. the change starts from with in. to change something you have to change yourself. then you will see the result. the people will follow you. thanks for the response
• India
28 Mar 07
Delhi can only be made better once all the beggars from the streets & red lights chucked off. Moreover, smoking should be absolutely banned in the tourist areas.
• India
19 Aug 07
my friend beggars are also human being. i think first we should provide them with jobs. noone become beggar by their own wish but he do so because of their conditions. but ypur second is opinion is absolutely right. any way thjanks for the response.
@touchnshine (2821)
• India
26 Apr 07
I guess rules should be strict like in other countries. There is no solution for ladies till now in Delhi.. I always fear to go out in the night time in Delhi and being a girl if u go alone to the main road u will find many cars will stop and the persons will ask you that u need a lift and there intentions are purely bad. I am really happy with the strict driving rules which are recently implemented and I wish there will be more strict rules in other areas too.