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It is also fair to take into account the unusual rains worse in 40 years , and lack of support provided to Delhi from central CWG committee. Consider what happened to London when there was a bit of snow compared with for example Vancouver last year: nothing worked. There are going to be lots of last minutes things that would be affected.

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Similarly, in Delhi, particularly with the Athlete village, it seems the problem is last minute finishings and not the infrastructure. It seems with resources and will, they can be quickly done.

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Remember, it is still more than a week to go, and I'm sure weather permitting the things would rapidly improve. In my opinion, it is always a problem, particularly for first world to stamp their standard on the third world countries. Remember, world is not an even place, and what is 'good' and 'acceptable' differs from place to place, and at times you cannot simply transfer the values just like that.

Therefore, it is always is easy to criticise, but, more difficult to either accept differences in perceptions, or better still communicate the expectations and requirements. I'm hopeful the things will become better. Sorry 71 but I don't agree.

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Yes, the rains were in excess of those normally expected, but India is a country that has a "monsoon season", therefore they expect periods of very heavy and sustained rainfall Using an analogy of London's response to snow against Vancouver's is also unrealistic.

We Brits love to complain at how the nation grinds to a halt at the slightest hint of snow, but the truth is we choose, as a nation, to be underprepared for that kind of weather because it happens so infrequently that maintaining the kind of infrastructure required to deal with it would be a waste of resources. Canada, Sweden, Norway, Russia, etc.