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Spike in road deaths stirs alarm in India

An estimated 270 people die daily from road accidents in India, where the traffic in such cities as New Delhi is bumper to bumper.
By John Donnelly
Globe Staff / April 1, 2006

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NEW DELHI -- With up to six lanes of high-speed asphalt, India's new superhighway is a source of national pride and a symbol of the country's economic boom, linking New Delhi, Calcutta, and Mumbai. (Full article: 1191 words)

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