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Urban management in India.

Richard Batley

Urban management in India.

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Published by University of Birmingham Institute of Local Government Studies in Birmingham .
Written in English

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StatementRichard Batley.
SeriesThe institutional framework of urban government -- no.8
ContributionsDevelopment Administration Group.
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Open LibraryOL18341312M

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