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Water and Conflict in Bombay Hotel, Ahmedabad

Urban Planning, Governance and Infrastructural Violence

This paper is part of a research project titled “Dynamics of Poverty, Inequality and Violence in Indian Cities: Towards Inclusive Policies and Planning,” funded at the Centre for Urban Equity, Centre for Environmental Planning and Technology University, Ahmedabad, by the International Development Research Centre, Canada, and the Department for International Development, UK, under the global programme Safe and Inclusive Cities. The project was coordinated at CUE by Darshini Mahadevia. Suchita Vyas, a former research associate at CUE, who undertook the major part of the primary fieldwork in 2014, while follow-up fieldwork and analysis was carried out by the authors in 2015–16. CUE collaborated with the Centre for Development on the Research and we thank Rafi Malek for discussions about the locality and Mohammad Sharif Malek for significant contributions to the fieldwork.

Published On : 20th Jan, 2024

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