Photography by Harry Borden
Delhi is hot in May. Forty-three in the shade. (That's 109.4 in old money.) The weather.com site describes the pre-monsoon conditions as 'dust'.
In the Indian capital's business suburb of Gurgaon things are, indeed, pretty dusty - the place is one massive building site and heaving with honking traffic. This is what an economy growing at the enviable rate of just over 7% looks like.