We must shape urbanism for the new millennium by incorporating all of an area's citizens
ust before India achieved its independence there were three major presidencies in the country run by the Britishers. Madras was one of them.
Anyone interested in urban politics and geography with liberal peppering of history, should read this book
It was the same Ambedkar who wanted Hindu Code Bill passed into an act of law and provide, among other things, equality to women in the then prevailing caste system in India
It's time people joined hands. Indeed, we can't afford to lose vultures. They are no less important than tigers.
This book gives those interested in public architecture and urbanisation process, an adequate insight into urban India's issues
Soft-spoken Talwalkar was known for his highly-read editorials that would run full length of a newspaper page and in double column