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1. Desai, Renu, et. al; “Ahmedabad Policy Brief 1: Vatwa Rehabilitation Sites: Constrained Mobility and Stressed Livelihoods”; Poverty, Inequality and violence in Indian Cities: Towards Inclusive Policies and Planning; 2016; Print;

1. Desai, Renu, et. al; “Ahmedabad Policy Brief 1: Vatwa Rehabilitation Sites: Constrained Mobility and Stressed Livelihoods”; Poverty, Inequality and violence in Indian Cities: Towards Inclusive Policies and Planning; 2016; Print;
2. Desai, Renu, et. al; “Ahmedabad Policy Brief 2: Vatwa Rehabilitation Sites: Basic Services and Amenities: Deprivations andInfrastructural Conflicts”; Poverty, Inequality and violence in Indian Cities: Towards Inclusive Policies and Planning; 2016; Print;
3. Desai, Renu, et. al; “Ahmedabad Policy Brief 3: Vatwa Rehabilitation Sites: Thefts, Robberies and Burglaries”; Poverty, Inequality and violence in Indian Cities: Towards Inclusive Policies and Planning; 2016; Print;
4. Desai, Renu, et. al; “Ahmedabad Policy Brief 4: Vatwa Rehabilitation Sites: Illicit Activities and Goondagardi”; Poverty, Inequality and violence in Indian Cities: Towards Inclusive Policies and Planning; 2016; Print;
5. Desai, Renu, et. al; “Ahmedabad Policy Brief 5: Vatwa Rehabilitation Sites: Gender Insecurity and Violence Against Women”; Poverty, Inequality and violence in Indian Cities: Towards Inclusive Policies and Planning; 2016; Print;
6. Desai, Renu, et. al; “Resettlement, Mobility and Women’s Safety in Cities”; 2017; Print;
7. Desai, Renu; “Governing the Urban poor: Riverfront development, slum resettlement and the politics of inclusion in Ahmedabad”;Economic and Political Weekly; January 2012; Print;
8. Gagdekar, Roxy; “How Displaced Pay with Lives for City’s Pride;” Ahmedabad Mirror; Ahmedabad Mirror; 09 May 2017; 21 March 2021; Web;
9. “The Policy Perspective for Rehabilitation of Displaced Women”; National Commision for Women; http://ncwapps.nic.in/pdfReports/ Development%20Induced%20Displacement%20of%20Women.pdf; 21 March 2021; Web;
10. Thukral, Enakshi Ganguly; “Development, Displacement and Rehabilitation: Locating Gender;” Development, Displacement and Rehabilitation 31; 24 (1996): 1500-1503; Print;
11. Pesina, Gloria; “The Brand-new Riverfront and the Historical Centre: Narratives and Open Questions in Contemporary Ahmedabad, India”; European Journal of Creative Practices in Cities and Landscapes; 2019; Print
12. Desai, Renu; “Municipal Politics, Court Sympathy and Housing Rights: A Post-Mortem of Displacement and Resettlement under the Sabarmati Riverfront Project, Ahmedabad;” CEPT Centre for Urban Equity; May 2014; Print;

13. Desai, R. 2018. Urban Planning, water provisioning and infrastructural violence at public housing resettlement sites in Ahmedabad, India. Water Alternatives 11(1): 86-105

14. Desai, Renu, et. al; “Municipal Politics, Court Sympathy and Housing Rights: A Post-Mortem of Displacement and Resettlement under the Sabarmati Riverfront Project, Ahmedabad;” CEPT Centre for Urban Equity; September 2014; Print;

15. Khanna, Rajeev; "The Dark Side of Sabarmati River Development;" Down To Earth; 27 March 2019; Web;

16. Shastri, Parth. "17,000 Houses Built for Rehabilitating Slum Dwellers: Ahmedabad News - Times of India." The Times of India. TOI, 25 Feb. 2013. Web. 15 Mar. 2021.

17. Constanti, P. “Development For Whom? Sabarmati Riverfront Development Project and Slum Resettlement: The Impacts on Access and Utilization of Water and Sanitation Facilities in the Riverfront Slums and Resettlement Areas of Ahmedabad;” Thesis; Utrecht University, 2012; Print;

18. Mathur, Navdeep. “On the Sabarmati Riverfront: Urban Planning as Totalitarian Governance in Ahmedabad.” Economic and Political Weekly, vol. 47, no. 47/48, 2012, pp. 64–75. JSTOR, www.jstor.org/stable/41720411. Accessed 20 March 2021.

19. Chauhan, Ashish. "Kankaria Lake Sucking Maninagar Dry: Study: Ahmedabad News - Times of India." The Times of India. TOI, 1 Jan. 2016. Web. 15 Feb. 2021.

20.Thaker, Niyati; “Rehabilitation process due to urban development projects case of Vastrapur lake in Ahmedabad city.;” Thesis; CEPT University, 2015; Print;

1. Desai, Renu, et. al; “Ahmedabad Policy Brief 1: Vatwa Rehabilitation Sites: Constrained Mobility and Stressed Livelihoods”; Poverty, Inequality and violence in Indian Cities: Towards Inclusive Policies and Planning; 2016; Print;
2. Desai, Renu, et. al; “Ahmedabad Policy Brief 2: Vatwa Rehabilitation Sites: Basic Services and Amenities: Deprivations andInfrastructural Conflicts”; Poverty, Inequality and violence in Indian Cities: Towards Inclusive Policies and Planning; 2016; Print;
3. Desai, Renu, et. al; “Ahmedabad Policy Brief 3: Vatwa Rehabilitation Sites: Thefts, Robberies and Burglaries”; Poverty, Inequality and violence in Indian Cities: Towards Inclusive Policies and Planning; 2016; Print;
4. Desai, Renu, et. al; “Ahmedabad Policy Brief 4: Vatwa Rehabilitation Sites: Illicit Activities and Goondagardi”; Poverty, Inequality and violence in Indian Cities: Towards Inclusive Policies and Planning; 2016; Print;
5. Desai, Renu, et. al; “Ahmedabad Policy Brief 5: Vatwa Rehabilitation Sites: Gender Insecurity and Violence Against Women”; Poverty, Inequality and violence in Indian Cities: Towards Inclusive Policies and Planning; 2016; Print;
6. Desai, Renu, et. al; “Resettlement, Mobility and Women’s Safety in Cities”; 2017; Print;
7. Desai, Renu; “Governing the Urban poor: Riverfront development, slum resettlement and the politics of inclusion in Ahmedabad”;Economic and Political Weekly; January 2012; Print;
8. Gagdekar, Roxy; “How Displaced Pay with Lives for City’s Pride;” Ahmedabad Mirror; Ahmedabad Mirror; 09 May 2017; 21 March 2021; Web;
9. “The Policy Perspective for Rehabilitation of Displaced Women”; National Commision for Women; http://ncwapps.nic.in/pdfReports/ Development%20Induced%20Displacement%20of%20Women.pdf; 21 March 2021; Web;
10. Thukral, Enakshi Ganguly; “Development, Displacement and Rehabilitation: Locating Gender;” Development, Displacement and Rehabilitation 31; 24 (1996): 1500-1503; Print;
11. Pesina, Gloria; “The Brand-new Riverfront and the Historical Centre: Narratives and Open Questions in Contemporary Ahmedabad, India”; European Journal of Creative Practices in Cities and Landscapes; 2019; Print
12. Desai, Renu; “Municipal Politics, Court Sympathy and Housing Rights: A Post-Mortem of Displacement and Resettlement under the Sabarmati Riverfront Project, Ahmedabad;” CEPT Centre for Urban Equity; May 2014; Print;

13. Desai, R. 2018. Urban Planning, water provisioning and infrastructural violence at public housing resettlement sites in Ahmedabad, India. Water Alternatives 11(1): 86-105

14. Desai, Renu, et. al; “Municipal Politics, Court Sympathy and Housing Rights: A Post-Mortem of Displacement and Resettlement under the Sabarmati Riverfront Project, Ahmedabad;” CEPT Centre for Urban Equity; September 2014; Print;

15. Khanna, Rajeev; "The Dark Side of Sabarmati River Development;" Down To Earth; 27 March 2019; Web;

16. Shastri, Parth. "17,000 Houses Built for Rehabilitating Slum Dwellers: Ahmedabad News - Times of India." The Times of India. TOI, 25 Feb. 2013. Web. 15 Mar. 2021.

17. Constanti, P. “Development For Whom? Sabarmati Riverfront Development Project and Slum Resettlement: The Impacts on Access and Utilization of Water and Sanitation Facilities in the Riverfront Slums and Resettlement Areas of Ahmedabad;” Thesis; Utrecht University, 2012; Print;

18. Mathur, Navdeep. “On the Sabarmati Riverfront: Urban Planning as Totalitarian Governance in Ahmedabad.” Economic and Political Weekly, vol. 47, no. 47/48, 2012, pp. 64–75. JSTOR, www.jstor.org/stable/41720411. Accessed 20 March 2021.

19. Chauhan, Ashish. "Kankaria Lake Sucking Maninagar Dry: Study: Ahmedabad News - Times of India." The Times of India. TOI, 1 Jan. 2016. Web. 15 Feb. 2021.

20.Thaker, Niyati; “Rehabilitation process due to urban development projects case of Vastrapur lake in Ahmedabad city.;” Thesis; CEPT University, 2015; Print;

10. Thukral, Enakshi Ganguly; “Development, Displacement and Rehabilitation: Locating Gender;” Development, Displacement and Rehabilitation 31; 24 (1996): 1500-1503; Print;