Can the Andhra Pradesh govt live up to its promise on Amaravati?4 min read . Updated: 28 Jun 2016, 11:58 AM IST
Blueprint recognizes the colossal scale of change expected in the region but execution will be a tough task
New Delhi: A stroll through the ruins of Tughlaqabad fort is an education. Despite the utter desolation of the place, nothing can obscure the sheer scale of one man’s ambition to build a city from scratch. If anything at all, the ill-fated fort is a reminder that building cities is a very old endeavour. There is an indomitable desire to create thriving settlements meant to last centuries, to erect fortresses and citadels that would survive changes of regimes and climate.
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