Cars check in, but never leave India car park


By Melanie Lee NEW DELHI, Sept 1 (Reuters Life!) - Every day, cars check in to a decrepit Indian parking lot. But many never leave. This 13 year-old multi-storey car park in New Delhi is riddled with potholes and descends three levels underground into darkness where a graveyard of unclaimed cars -- many suspected stolen -- are left to rust and accumulate fines. "They pay 10 rupees (30 U.S. cents) to come in, and they never leave," said Shiv Kumar, 27, the bedraggled manager of the Asaf ...

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