[Taking Stock]: CommonWealth Games 2010 related Infrastructure Development and allied Construction / Upgradation / Rehabilitation works

With only a few calender weeks left as on date to the official start of the Common Wealth Games 2010 (CWG 2010), BRICKS-n-MORTAR envisages to carry out time-to-time round-up of the ongoing infrastructure development and allied construction / upgradation / rehabilitation related works, which directly or indirectly relate to the successful show of Common Wealth games 2010 that the capital city of India - New Delhi would be hosting from October 03, 2010 to October 14, 2010.

Not to mention that almost all of Indians, India well-wishers and the concerned agencies would be wondering how the final package would fare in front of the entire world, government departments and executing and/or event managing agencies would surely be on their toes. While the general public would be experiencing the activities relating to the making-up to the event in day-to-day face-off, the agencies at the helm of the affairs would be confronted with day-countdowns.

Lonely Planet Magazine (India), April 2010All in all, one thing is for sure-- while to the run-up to the final stages, when the commonwealth games would be about to be inaugurated, or even when the games would be on, there will be some works finally being admired having been nicely & timely executed, while a few would have still remained either in a messed-up state or badly executed/ half-done by the respective agency/agencies, per se.

Lets together take a stock of situation on ground as of now. We welcome our readers' contributions and suggestions, the best of which would be forwarded to the concerned authorities / agencies for the follow up.

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  1. The government has dug up the entire city and have put the people struggling for space on the roads. God knows when will we get rid of all this


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