A.G.K. Menon

‘There’s huge elephant in the room, that no one is talking about’ – Prof. A.G.K. Menon on the demolition of the Hall of Nations

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Part of the talk given by Prof. A.G.K.Menon on the issue related to the Hall of Nations’s demolition, and the bigger issue with the profession. The full video is awaited from the organisers of the meeting.

Because we have not done anything in last seventy years, our profession is completely submerged with bureaucracy and other issues..

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  1. Parul Sharma says

    When top level architects and planners are busy satisfying their political masters, and do not have courage to show their anger than this was about to happen.

  2. M F Pathan says

    Can’t agree more…

  3. […] multiple iterations of the court proceedings and the various appeals made – and the critical, urgent, socio-cultural commentary surrounding these events – it has become imperative that we see the Hall of Nations through a different lens than one that […]

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