Indian roads have grabbed the reputation of being the most dangerous in the world. The annual toll of road accident related deaths have increased with rapid motorisation, increased economic activity and unplanned urbanisation. Accidents by public transport vehicles run by state governments show little sense of accountability.
Relevance: India has witnessed a rapid growth in number of vehicles from 5.4million in 1981 to 210 million in 2015. This increase in number of vehicles had led to problems like increase in air pollution, [Read More]
The world is observing a rapid pace of urbanisation and realising the importance of cities for growth in national economy & development. Rapid urbanisation is considered both as an opportunity as well as a global [Read More]
In our previous article – “An Introduction to Urban Governance”, we had discussed about the basis of Urban of Urban Governance, why it matters and components of urban governance. Today, here in this article, we [Read More]