Indian drivers were asked on Thursday to make a new year’s resolution they seem unlikely to keep: no more endless horn-blowing as they navigate New Delhi’s hectic traffic. January 1 has been designated “No Honking Day” in the capital in the hope of offering some relief from the constant wail of vehicle horns that provide the soundtrack to urban life in India. Organisers of “No Honking Day” are optimistic they can quieten the deafening beeping, but they do not expect instant results. Read more at http://www.google.com/hostednews/afp/article/ALeqM5hFjPQrOH0nhhRzgJsgnmzXSyXmdA