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A Tale of Many Cities: Governance and Planning in Karnataka

edenis (8 janv. 2013)

By Anil Kumar Vaddiraju: Urban governance under the 74th Amendment Act has been ignored in Karnataka. A study of Dharwad district shows that the Act is not implemented in letter and spirit and governance and planning is done through a small section in the deputy commissioner's/collector's office and ...

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Tindivanam and the agriculture: toward diversification?

edenis (2 déc. 2013)

A Master Thesis by Simon Perrier, 2012 Under the supervision of Frédéric Landy and Kamala Marius UP10 - University Paris 10, Paris Ouest Nanterre La Défense Full text access in French here Tindivanam est une ville moyenne indienne de 70000 habitants située dans le Tamil Nadu, à 40 kilomètres ...

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Functional Classification of New Towns in Maharashtra

Bordagi, Julien (28 oct. 2011)

A paper by Subhash Kothawale Indian Streams Research Journal,      Vol-I , Issue V [June 2011] This paper attempts to identify the functional bases of news towns through a functional classification and to understand the regional disparities in functional nature of the new towns in Maharashtra. ...

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The making of a mini-city

edenis (20 août 2013)

By Marie-Helene Zerah in infochange (full text here) Market forces, collusion of interest and malpractice are all involved in the growth and ad hoc development of a village into a small industrial town and then into a satellite town of a global city. Nowhere is this more visible than in Dharuhera, ...

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Rural-Urban Dynamics and the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs)

edenis (2 mai 2013)

Global Monitoring Report 2013:  Rural-Urban Dynamics and the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) Friday, May 3, 2013 02:00 - 04:00 PM  Room No.  HT- 1-300 The World Bank, Hindustan Times Building, Kasturba Gandhi Marg, New Delhi Presenter : Jos Verbeek, Lead Author, Global Monitoring Report, ...

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Subaltern Urbanization in India?

edenis (18 févr. 2013)

A presentation by Partha Mukhopadhyay, Senior Research Fellow at the Centre for Policy Research and an ICI Fellow India-China Institute - The New School on September 12, 2012 Download the PPT presentation: "Subaltern Urbanization in India?"

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The challenges of urbanisation may be even greater in small towns

edenis (1 août 2013)

by Jayati Ghosh, The Guardian, Tuesday 2 October 2012 Global urbanisation has prompted a focus on megacities that overlooks the needs and vulnerabilities of smaller settlements. Most of the policy discussion concerning global urbanisation has focused on megacities. And certainly, these huge and ...

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Neo-liberalism and Its Discontents

Bordagi, Julien (24 oct. 2011)

A paper by Sirisha C. Naidu Economic and Political Weekly        October 15, 2011 vol XLVI no 42. This paper is reviewing the book India's new economic policy: a critical analysis edited by W. Ahmed, A. Kundu and R. Peet. This book looks at the major effects of the economic liberalisation on ...

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Urban territories, rural governance

edenis (20 août 2013)

By Gopa Samanta in infochange (full text here) West Bengal has the highest number of census towns among all the Indian states -- with 528 villages reclassified as such in the last decade -- but only 127 urban local bodies. The slow process of municipalisation means that most census towns, especially ...

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