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Bengaluru is not inclusive: Rohini Nilekani

Climate & Biodiversity | Feb 12, 2017

“The city is not inclusive. The elite and the poor have different ideas and their interests often compete with each other, leaving fewer means for them to protest together. That is why we see disparate protests. However, there are some issues like water and mobility that bring all of us together,” writer and philanthropist Rohini Nilekani said during the conversation on Bangalore vs Bengaluru: The Tale of Two Indian Cities, at The Huddle, here on Sunday.

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