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Appendix I: Maps
Map 1 Map of Malda, Kathihar and Godda districts showing the border with Bangladesh Source: Maps of India.
Map 2 Map of Delhi showing squatter settlements, resettlement colonies, the old city and the new city Source: Dupont, 2004.
Appendix II: Delhi Master Plan 2021: Introduction
1. Delhi, the focus of the socio-economic and political life of India, a symbol of ancient values and aspirations and capital of the largest democracy, is assuming increasing eminence among the great cities of the world.
Growing at an unprecedented pace, the city needs to be able to integrate its elegant past as well as the modern developments into an organic whole, which demands a purposeful transformation of the socio economic, natural and built environment. A prime mover and nerve centre of ideas and actions, the seat of national governance and a centre of business, culture, education and sports, Delhi, however, stands at the crossroads today. The choice is between either taking a road to indiscriminate uncontrolled development and slide towards chaos or a movement towards making Delhi a world- class city, if handled with vision and care.