April 2, 2007Public Policy

The lost art of Indian sanitation technology

India lives in her villages, said the Mahatma. That should change, says Atanu.

This is an archived blog post from The Acorn.

It’s not easy to do a ten part series of posts on any subject. Unless, of course, you are Atanu Dey. He’s doing one on the importance of well-planned urbanisation. From proper sanitation systems, to escaping traffic gridlocks, to ensuring that there is greenery and open spaces, he’s imagining a different future.



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