Articles

Before Cities Can Become Smart, They Must First Be Empowered; The Wire, 27 August, 2015

Death on Aravalli: Stopping the squeeze on India’s oldest range between Gurgaon and Faridabad; The Alternative, 15 May, 2015

Rural, yet urban: The transforming crafts villages of the Red River Delta; Asia Dialogue, 12 Sep, 2014

First steps towards youth citizenship, a vital ingredient in India’s future; Asia Dialogue, 12 Sep, 2014

Greening the kampung: A small but vital step towards sustainable development in Surabaya: Asia Dialogue, 2 July, 2014

Spotlight on citizenship: Hope lives in India’s secondary cities: Asia Dialogue, 30 June, 2014

Stuck in the middle, going whither? The predicament of small cities in Pakistan’s Punjab: Asia Dialogue, 26 May, 2014

Negotiating rights in the Indian city: Voices from women across the class barrier: Asia Dialogue, 7 May, 2014

Street vendor to grassroots entrepreneur: Livelihood security through inclusive policy & community partnership: Asia Dialogue, March 14, 2014

Helping homegrown communities build safer: Asia Dialogue, March 14, 2014

Work In Progress: India Is Yet To Find Ways To Make Corporate-Led Cities Succeed: Asia Dialogue, Feb 3, 2014

Building Character: The Role of Branding in Growing a City: Asia Dialogue, Feb 3, 2014

How India’s Landlords, Both Benevolent and Self-Serving, Create Affordable Housing: Informal City Dialogues on nextcity.org, August 13, 2013

Building safe playgrounds where all kids can play: The Alternative, November 5, 2013

Castles in the air: Op-ed in The Hindu, May 16, 2013

How professional urbanists and activists work together to make urban spaces safe for women: Global Urbanist, Feb 19, 2013

How do we reconcile the planner’s perceptions with the slum dwellers’ reality? India’s Rajiv Awas Yojana: Global Urbanist, March 13, 2012

IGI T3 in Delhi vs Amausi in Lucknow; carried by Weblogtheworld; 13 February 2012

Lucknow India’s Great Indian Wedding; carried by Weblogtheworld; 12 February 2012

Lucknow: Fallen off the tourist map; carried by Weblogtheworld; 11 February 2012

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