Page 156. " When we got to Connaught Place "

Connaught place is  a ring of concentric circles, full of shopping malls, tourists, wealthy Indians, and western chains. Around the edges of its concrete, groups of unemployed men gather on grass banks, and the poor wait for buses in the dirt at the roadside.

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Page 157. " Glass skeletons being raised for malls or office blocks "

The new buildings of Delhi's wealthy stand in stark contrast to the winding, teeming streets and crumbling buildings of Old Delhi

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Page 164. " What are these children doing, walking around Delhi at one in the morning, with no-one to look after them? "

There are an estimated 100,000 street children in Delhi.

Page 173. " behind the Jama Masjid "

Built in 1656 by Shah Jahan, Mughal emperor and builder of the Taj Mahal. It is India's largest mosque.

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