Daily Archives: February 23, 2008

A New Urban Order in the Making

 A new global urban order is being shaped by the growth of teletechnology. This process encompasses the development of telecommunities as a leading-edge phenomenon, the technological connection of regional and global urban interests, and the mutual reinforcement of technological and … Continue reading

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Urban Development in India

The three main regions of India have followed essentially different pathways towards urbanism, conditioned both by technological innovations and ecological constraints. In the Indus and the Sarasvati valleys, the fertile alluvial tracts, perennial rivers, gallery forests, rich copper mineral belts, … Continue reading

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Resource Making Characteristics of Population

The phenomenon of social well-being, though subjective, can be measured by studying several indirect indicators. Among them the demographic structure of human resource, socio-cultural and economic indicators are important. The resource making characteristics of human population include density of population, … Continue reading

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