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HOUSING FOR URBAN POOR A GARGANTUAN CHALLENGE

COVER STORY The inward migration of massive chunks of population from rural areas and peri-urban areas to urban areas in search of livelihood and better living conditions is continually exacerbating the shortage of housing in our cities, writes A SHANKAR. Urbanization is central to a country’s economy – and in India, the urbanization rate corresponds to 60% of the country’s GDP. For smoother transformation of a developing nation like India,

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HOUSING FOR ALL BY 2022

COVER STORY In its seven decades of journey since independence, the real estate and housing sector, has come a long way from early years of restrictive policies, deficient planning and highly inadequate resources, to reach a progressive, planned, organised and reformative stage, facilitating urban transformation and speedy economic growth. The present government’s vision is to ensure long term inclusive development through good governance and transformative reforms to boost real estate,

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Prayas Ek Aur Kadam

COVER STORY The sixth edition of PEAK attracted people from all walks of life including the torchbearers of positivity who were felicitated at PEAK Dadhichi awards Plus Approach Foundation ‘Spandan’ successfully conducted its highly awaited Global Conference on Positive Thinking recently. The sixth edition of the annual event PEAK (Prayas Ek Aur Kadam), organized at the SCOPE Auditorium, got tremendous response from people of all age groups and from all

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Rebuilding Kashmir

COVER STORIES The giant Indian business houses have been pumping in huge sums of money on the social sector to help sustainable development, be it eradicating poverty through well-designed and executed programmes, literacy, healthcare, environmental issues among others,” said Union Minister of State for Home Affairs G. Kishan Reddy at the National Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) Summit held recently at the India Habitat Centre, New Delhi. The idea of CSR

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Chacha Chaudhary And Swachh Bharat

COVER STORIES ON THE OCCASION OF WORLD ENVIRONMENT DAY, THE MINISTRY RELEASED A SPECIAL EDITION OF DIAMOND TOONS COMIC TITLED ‘CHACHA CHAUDHARY AND SWACHH BHARAT’ In a unique initiative children are being encouraged to learn lesson on cleanliness through their favourite comic character ‘Chacha Choudhary.’ In a bid to create awareness about Modi Government’s flagship Swachh Bharat mission among children, the union urban development ministry released a comic series on

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INDIA WILL HAVE HOUSING FOR ALL BY THE YEAR 2022

COVER STORIES India is moving from restrictive to transformative era in housing sector, writes Vinod Behl In its seven decades of journey since independence, the real estate and housing sector, has come a long way from early years of restrictive policies, deficient planning and highly inadequate resources, to reach a progressive, planned, organised and reformative stage, facilitating urban transformation and speedy economic growth. The present government’s vision is to ensure

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TISS- LEADING NATION TOWARDS SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT

COVER STORIES Development of Social Sciences in the world was plagued by three factors: (i) the unresolved dichotomy in western and eastern thinking about human nature, culture and society emerging from varying world-views; (ii) the assumed supremacy of western social sciences over the eastern texts; and (iii) the assumed supremacy of physical science knowledge when compared to the social sciences. In India, as elsewhere, Social Science education was considered less

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Narendra Modi: A commoner who rose to become one of the exceptional global figures!

COVER STORIES This state of pandemonium and disorder could be viewed as the opportunity for another political party, but apart from BJP, no other opponent would carry the national capability and outreach. Within the fortress of BJP too it was a daunting task of hierarchy and potential leadership. Yet, amidst the indecisive scenario, a leader of the masses rose with a determination to spearhead the second largest national political party

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Indo-American Relations

COVER STORIES For many years now, even long after the end of the Cold War, India has had a love-hate relationship with the United States. Or rather a relationship based on mutual suspicion. by Dr. Sudipta Narayan Roy   Over the last decade however, that element of suspicion seems to have evaporated a bit as the US moves to contain the rising economic superiority of China and looks to India

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