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Most South Asian countries are sparsely urbanised. In India urbanisation started after independence and started growing at a higher rate only after neo-liberal policies were rolled out in 1990s. In this section you can listen to the radio programmes based on different perspectives of urbanisation i.e. migration, benefits, urban planning and challenges posed by rapid urbanisation.
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Darpan is a school participatory program where school kids turn radio reporters to report on their community. This episode gives you a
Duration: 55:31
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Parisamvad (Discussion) with some social workers, active citizens and Auto Rickshaw drivers on traffic problems of Pune city. Neha Deshpande talks with
Duration: 22:14
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Manish Kumar - an alumi of the Univeristy of Mumbai who is now working as Sub-Divisional Magistrate cum Collector in Sasaram, Bihar
Duration: 3:23
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In this episode participants speaks on 60years of Independence and social development and experts share their knowledge on Education, HIV AIDS and
Duration: 17:10
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