What ails India’s urban governance?5 min read . Updated: 18 Apr 2016, 10:36 AM IST
An edited excerpt from an essay published in 'The Making of Vibrant Cities: A Collection of Essays Compiled by Mumbai First'
The horrific flooding in Chennai in 2015, Delhi’s newly acquired status as the world’s most polluted city, Mumbai’s forever-potted roads, and the eye-popping rise in the number of rape cases from 165 to 643 and of molestation from 483 to 1,675 over the last four years— these are outcomes of weak urban governance.
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