Nashik Rivers’ Bulletin (29/04/2018 – 05/05/2018)

Nashik Rivers’ Bulletin at Reconnecting with Godavari will give you regular updates about river management, opinions, and activities related to rivers in Nashik.


Highlights

  • Flood-line management to become streamlined and strict
  • Need to rethink Kumbh Planning: Kumbh comes after every 12 years, but the infrastructure for it stays forever

Governance

Flood-line management to become streamlined and strict

http://www.epunyanagari.com/epaper_1_4_109_2018-05-05_r.html

https://epaper.timesgroup.com/Olive/ODN/MaharashtraTimes/#


People’s Voice

Urgent need regularly and strictly enforce regulations on encroachments in river floodplains

http://newspaper.pudhari.co.in/fullview.php?edn=My Nashik&artid=PUDHARI_MYNAS_20180501_01_6

Rise for Godavari

http://epaperdivyamarathi.bhaskar.com/nashik/nashik-city/248/01052018/0/6/

Need to rethink planning of Kumbh: Kumbh comes after every 12 years, but the infrastructure for it stays forever

 

http://124.30.219.86/EpaperData/Sakal/Nashik/2018/05/01/Nashik-Today/Sakal_Nashik_2018_05_01_Nashik-Today_TD_004/44_334_1906_1158.jpg

 

News Reporter
I am an architect turned anthropologist. After finishing my Masters in Anthropology from University of Pune, I was working with Gokhale Institute of Politics and Economics, Pune under a project funded by UNICEF and Integrated Child Development Scheme, Government of Maharashtra. During which I was stationed in Nandurbar District of Maharashtra (which is predominantly a tribal region) as a Field Research officer. Currently, I am a doctoral candidate in Department of Humanities and Social Sciences, Indian Institute of Science Education and Research Mohali, India. My current research explores the interaction of the cultural-religious, the political-economic and the ecological dimensions of the river in Nashik city in Maharashtra. Broadly, investigating how the multiple perspectives of a natural resource overlap, contradict, challenge and support each other, thus shaping the urban landscape and producing socio-spatial inequalities.

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