Migration, Gender, and Home Economics in Rural North India 

Dinesh K. Nauriyal, Nalin Singh Negi, and Rahul K. Gairola[1], Routledge Chandrika Arya[1] [1] Senior Research Fellow, Department of Political Science, University of Delhi,   E-mail: chandrikaarya18@gmail.com. [1] Oxon and New York: Routledge 2020, ISBN: 978-0-429-26183-1(e-book) Title: Migration, Gender, and Home Economics in Rural North India  Author(s): Chandrika Arya Issue Date: October 9, 2023 Publisher: […]

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cities in transition

Cities in Transition

Tikender Singh Panwar, 2022, Dr Arjun Kumar, IMPRI Impact and Policy Research Institute; pp. 114, ₹ 799, Paperback Romi Khosla Indian architect who received a B.A. in economics from the University of Cambridge, and qualified as an architect at the Architectural Association, London. Email: romikhosla1@gmail.com Title: Cities in Transition Author(s): Romi Khosla Keywords: – Issue […]

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Seeing the Better City

Seeing the Better City: How to Explore, Observe, and Improve Urban Space

Charles R. Wolfe, 2016, Island Press, Washington D.C, USA;  pp. 263, ₹ 700, Paperback Manoj ParmarDirector, Kamla Raheja Vidyanidhi Institute for Architecture (KRVIA), Mumbai Title: Seeing the Better City: How to Explore, Observe and Improve Urban Space Author(s): Manoj Parmar Keywords: – Issue Date: 8th January 2023 Publisher: IMPRI Impact and Policy Research Institute Abstract: […]

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Book Review: Foraging an Audacious City: A Participatory Perspective

Planned cities started in Britain with the Garden City movement. The main idea was to build cities with limited population with sufficient amenities and environmental considerations to do away with the ills of Industrial Revolution, with squalor, filth and chimney smoke. It was taken to a different height by the former Soviet Union. They built new cities to accommodate industry, academic institutions and sometimes agriculture. The same model was followed by other East European countries in the socialist block (especially Poland) and even China (in the fifties of the last century).

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