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Indian cities : managing urban growth / edited by Chris Johnson; in association with National Institute of Urban Affairs.

Contributor(s): Johnson, Chris [editor] | National Institute of Urban Affairs (India).
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Barcelona : Metropolis Publication, 2011Description: 144 p. : ill. (chiefly col.), maps ; 26 cm.ISBN: (pbk.).Subject(s): Cities and towns -- Growth -- India | City planning -- Case studies -- India | Urbanization -- IndiaDDC classification: 307.12160954 IND Online resources: Table of contents Summary: The cities and towns of India are growing at an unprecedent pace. This book outlines people, projects and ideas that are changing the subcontinent through: Millenium goals-- Slum renewal-- New cities-- Riverfront--Traffic systems--Waterways. Publisher description. India is in a major phase of urbanisation. No matter which figures you select, the urban population growth projections are incredible. In a 2006 report, India’s Registrar General suggested a rise of 248 million people living in cities between 2001 and 2026. Over 10 million people need to be accommodated in Indian cities - every year. BACK COVER.
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The cities and towns of India are growing at an unprecedent pace. This book outlines people, projects and ideas that are changing the subcontinent through: Millenium goals-- Slum renewal-- New cities-- Riverfront--Traffic systems--Waterways. Publisher description. India is in a major phase of urbanisation. No matter which figures you select, the urban population growth projections are incredible. In a 2006 report, India’s Registrar General suggested a rise of 248 million people living in cities between 2001 and 2026. Over 10 million people need to be accommodated in Indian cities - every year. BACK COVER.

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