[Snapshots]: Delhi Metro -- Chhugging the Way for Commoners traveling to and fro Delhi-Gurgaon

This is the 4th post in the newly started series here on BRICKS-n-MORTAR, tag-labeled as -  "SNAPSHOTS". This series is being published here on this blog every Friday to start with. You may also send in some of your splendid photographs relating to our theme and may earn value points adding up to our ongoing BnM's blog promotion contest - 2010

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Delhi Metro -- Chhugging the Way for Commoners traveling to and fro Delhi-Gurgaon

About the snapshots:

The Delhi - Gurgaon metro rail started its operation on a limited route on the stretch on the 21st June 2010 much to the joy and delight of so many commoners who were waiting for a reliable transport system to ply between India's capital city- New Delhi and the much-happening satellite city of Gurgaon.

Though it will take about a month more for the entire route (Central Secretariat to Gurgaon) to be functional, opening of Qutub Minar - Gurgaon part of the route has given the commuters a better choice than getting stuck in the traffic jams on the roads and lack of reliable public transport.

The snapshots do not need further explanation, as they speak pride for themselves.

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