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Title: Building disaster resilient community in multi hazard East Delhi district of national capital territory of Delhi
Researcher: Nina, Khanna
Guide(s): Varma, Jayender
Keywords: Building Disaster
Resilient Community
Multi Hazard
University: Manav Rachna International University
Completed Date: 2016
Abstract: Indian subcontinent is one of the most vulnerable regions of the world to natural disasters, newlinedue to its unique geophysical location, geo climate conditions and unpredictable monsoons. newlineRegional aspirations, corruption, bad governance and political rivalries are threatening the newlinecore values on which our country takes pride. In addition, physical, social, economic and newlinepolitical vulnerabilities, geophysical positioning, lack of awareness about disasters, newlineinadequate attention to structural mitigation measures, population growth, urbanization and newlineenvironmental degradation make the situation still worse. As regards the vulnerability of the newlineNCT of Delhi, it is a multi-hazard state. It falls in seismic zone IV for earthquakes, is flood newlineprone and vulnerable to urban fires, extreme heat and cold waves. Being the political capital newlineand emerging economic hub, it is also a likely target for terrorist related disasters. newline
Appears in Departments:Department of Humanities and Management

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