• Chitra K.
    27/06/2019 22:46


  • Betty F.
    26/06/2019 16:23

    this isn't the India I saw. The India I saw was dirty, smelly, with lots of garbage around. And buses had people hanging off of them on the outside.

  • Tony R.
    26/06/2019 13:22

    I just worry about the amount of land the panels cover and its ecological impact.

  • Стюарт Д.
    25/06/2019 08:42

    why do people commute at all ? back to the simple life please :D

  • Jeannie L.
    23/06/2019 20:13


  • DrAshique A.
    22/06/2019 06:57


  • Jonathan M.
    21/06/2019 12:50

    And how many new coal plants has India got on the drawing board? Hint, it's not zero...

  • KarenLee G.
    21/06/2019 10:05

    What happens if there is no sun ?

  • Michael T.
    21/06/2019 09:01

    Sweet , now to make greener strip mines to provide the minerals needed for solar panels . I am not trying to be ironic , we need to pursue solar but its not a clean manufacturing process . We need to try an trim down enviromental impact while also getting off of petrochem .

  • Rajan S.
    20/06/2019 15:18

    While India seem on the right track, trump is busy digging coal...

  • Stuart M.
    20/06/2019 14:37

    I dont believe that this is in India... that train is not covered in thousands of them.

  • Aniket K.
    20/06/2019 11:24

    Angelicah Geli Shaver We were just talking about this the previous evening! Solar energy usage. What do you think?

  • Karolina K.
    20/06/2019 11:07

    country full of contrasts

  • Kalyani K.
    20/06/2019 11:02

    have you been on this?

  • Robert B.
    20/06/2019 10:52

    Wishing Americans were that smart......just saying.

  • Suraj S.
    20/06/2019 10:51

    Pretty much because Nitin Gadkari represents that city. He's a great politician and an awesome man.

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