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Urban Development on the Dying Ravi?

Rather than attempting to contain the river within a confined hard channel, those ‘developing’ the riverfront should pursue solutions that allow for the river to breathe as a river does every year. Seasonal agricultural patterns, for example, can be incorporated together with constructed wetlands in a soft landscape design to accommodate for the rise and ebb of the river flow.

Invisible Cities | Blog | Over the past two years, the Punjab government has picked up plans to develop the Ravi Riverfront as a mega project and has hired international consultants to prepare feasibility and detailed plans for the aforementioned project. This photo essay is being published with the intention...
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TQ Chāt | # 21

Sep 2014

Tanqeed Chāt # 21. histories of (cross) dressing + current affairs + poetry + pictures.
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TQ Chāt | # 20

Sep 2014

Issue # 20 of Tanqeed's Chāt. BONUS: In classic capitalist doublespeak, "scroll to end to receive your free gift."
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TQ Chāt | # 16

Aug 2014

Pakistani media math = azadi + inqelabi march > war. Fortunately, Tanqeed editors are less easily distracted. Here's the best of the internet from last week!
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TQ Chāt | # 15

Aug 2014
Protesters outside Israeli Embassy, Delhi. Photo: Mukul Dube.

Issue 15 of TQ Chāt: the best of last week of the internet.
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TQ Chāt | # 14

Jul 2014

Tanqeed's fourteenth installment of recommended reading list offers insight into radical film culture, the politics of solidarity, BDS, plot composition skills and more. Subscribe to us for updates.
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TQ Chāt | # 13

Jul 2014

The 13th installment of Tanqeed's (often) weekly Chāt. Fantastic art + Fantastic essays from the last week. You're welcome.
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