Revitalised Urban Administration in India: Strategies and Experiences

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Gyan Publishing House, Jan 1, 2002 - Local government - 380 pages
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The collection of scholarly articles by eminent scholars capsulate the welfare and development schemes and their many-handed implementation in the lives of people of cities and towns to construct the urban infrastructure as well as boost up the rich dividends of economy, as felt of the independence. A positive story of the experiments useful for academic community.
  

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Contents

Preface
7
Impact of the 74th Constitution Amendment ActA
11
Introduction
13
Revitalisation of Municipal Government Through 74th
33
Empowerment of Urban Local Government in India
39
An Approach Towards
51
Problems of Resource Mobilisation of Urban Local
59
Post74th Constitution Amendment ActAndhra
79
Urban Government of Orissa After the 74th
193
Status of Urban Infrastructure Development in Orissa
213
Urban Local Government in Rajasthan K S Saxena
227
Impact of the Constitution Seventy Fourth
233
Retrospect
243
The Case of PunjabGaganDeep
265
Urban Poverty Alleviation in NorthEastern States
273
Functional
293

Urban Development Management in Bihar State
85
Governance of DelhiA Case for Streamlined
97
Problem Areas
121
The Changing Profile of the Urban Local Government
135
Study in Context of Kerala Ley K John
145
The Post 74th
159
Tirupati Urban Development Authority on Way
319
Some Perspectives of RuralUrban Interface
331
One Hundred Fifty Years of Civic Administration
345
Index
373
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