India's working poor call parking lot 'home'

Associated Press
In this photo taken on Jan. 19, 2012, Indian squatters sit together in rented blankets after waking up next to Park No. 2 near Jama Masjid in New Delhi, India. For thousands of people struggling at the bottom of India's working class, the Meena Bazaar parking lot and the handful of places like it scattered across New Delhi are cheap refuges in a city where many migrants can't even afford to rent slum shanties. (AP Photo/Kevin Frayer)

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For thousands of people struggling at the bottom of India's working class, the Meena Bazaar parking lot and the handful of places like it scattered across New Delhi are 60-cent-a-night refuges in a city where many migrants can't even afford to rent slum shanties.

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