If that was directed at me, yes, I saw that the article talked about people "crossing the tracks" (eg due to a lack of footbridges, and to move between west & east Mumbai).
However, the article was written by an Indian.
and talking of this great new idea applied there.
It somewhat undermines the premise of the article if they admit that the reason a lot of people are on the tracks in the first place is because in Mumbai (especially) they're one huge outdoor pooping-field
Trivia: I believe that train is the Delhi-Bhopal Shatabdi, currently the fastest route in the country.
Sir, the very mention of PONGAL is mouth-watering to me. Not cooked in my house coz my wife and children dont like it. They prefer the Bengali khichdi. And most South Indian hotels in Kolkata dont serve PONGAL coz there are very few takers for it. I am facing a MAJOR CULINARY CRISIS.
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