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The solution to today’s urbanization issues lies in our glorious architectural heritage: Mitu Mathur

The ruins of Indus Valley Civilization established one thing for sure, that India’s knowledge about urban planning was way ahead of its peers. However, be it the curse of colonization or the short-sightedness of the governments post-independence that we Indians completely messed up when it came to developing world-class cities. Today, due to the pressure created by the increasing population, we need to develop planned cities, says Ms. Mitu Mathur, Director, Gian P. Mathur – Architects & Planners. While discussing the need for sustainable development with Team RealtyMyths, Ms. Mathur emphasized on the need for long-term planning and execution. Here are the excerpts of the interaction. RM: India, being a developing economy, is facing the problem of acute urbanization. The existing ...

Delhi on the verge of water crisis

by Anushree Ghosh It is summer without water, once again! The scorching summer has brought drought-like situations in the capital city Delhi. The unpredictable rains and increasing population have depleted groundwater resources.  The serious water crisis is artificially created due to the maladministration and water wastage. Several areas of Delhi like Devli, Badarpur, Kanjhawala, Dwarka, Narela, Sangam Vihar, Burari, Khanpur, Bawana, and Mohan Garden are struggling because of acute water shortage. The public taps of these areas either have no water supply for days or are dispersing water that is not adequate for the people living in the locality, resulting in long queues and chaos, access to drinking water has also become difficult. According to the Composite Water Management Index (CWMI)...

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