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Commonwealth Games 2010: Displacement of Persons

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  • Eshaan Puri
  • Tripti Bhatia

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This research paper analyses Government policy with regard to Jhuggi-Jhopri clusters- a particular type of housing present in Delhi. These colonies are perceived to be illegal by the Government. With living conditions akin to slums, the inhabitants of such clusters are part of the economically backward sections of society, often looked over and ignored by the Government. [Intern WP 213].

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  • Eshaan Puri & Tripti Bhatia, 2010. "Commonwealth Games 2010: Displacement of Persons," Working Papers id:2472, eSocialSciences.
  • Handle: RePEc:ess:wpaper:id:2472
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    Dwellers; urban criminals; Commonwealth Games; government; jhuggi; jhopri; clusters; housing; Delhi; slums; econmically backward sections; society; illegal; healthcare; education; planning;

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