From the Indus Valley Civilisation to SEZs

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    It should be noted that the lack of coordinated planning for streets (roads), drainage and houses is characteristic of Indian cities. One feature of town planning, which our ancestors – nearly 5,000 years ago – in the Indus Valley Civilisation followed, was the regularity and order of the planning for civic amenities such as roads, water supply and sewerage. However, our cities are quite far from the ideal levels recommended for these services.

    Full article : Kala Seetharam Sridhar & Samar Verma: From the Indus Valley Civilisation to SEZs
     
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    Many Pakistanis are of the opinion that IVC cities were truly halal.
     

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