Seth’s Blog: Cities don’t die (but corporations do)

Seth’s Blog: Cities don’t die (but corporations do).

During my stay of almost 8 years in Kutch – a sparsely populated,largely lagging in industrial or commercial activities till last few years area in the western part of India – we did come across many villages,almost if not completely, dead, simply because all those young and capable citizens had left for greener pastures, leaving very old and otherwise not very enterprising people in the villages. Villages wore countenance of a highly frail old person. Not dead, but almost at the brink of death.

I really wonder whether this can be brought under ‘ failure at the fringes’ and (gross) deviant behavior!

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