During a conference visit in Mumbai in October 2011, I had the chance to spend a wonderful afternoon in Dharavi. Let the visuals speak for themselves… but if you want to have some basic facts and figures about Asia’s largest slum, check out this short presentation. 2011-10-18-FES Mumbai
Delhi. Als ich aus dem Büro heraustrete, trägt die Brise, die vom nahegelegenen See aufzieht, eine erfrischende Kühle in das kleine Viertel. Ein Rickshaw-Fahrer, einer von vielen, die an diesem Abend auf Kundschaft warten, bietet mir nach kurzer Verhandlung einen guten Preis. Ich steige ein, wir fahren los, der Motor stockt; er kann sich an mich … Read more
Just Cities – The world problems need urban solutions. by Isabelle-Jasmin Roth, February 2012 Please find here the link to download the entire paper (PDF). The graphic is designed by Dwarka Nath Sinha. In today’s fast paced world, a city is not merely a place of dwelling – rather it’s a catalyst in the process … Read more
Delhi, the capital city, is a multi-cultured and multi-linguistic city, accommodating people from all over India. Growth of infrastructure, new avenues of business and employment have beckoned people from all walks of life to migrate to Delhi in search of a better livelihood. With a current population density of over 11,050 people per sq km, … Read more
Please download here the original article on MINT website (September 6, 2011) Doing more with less water key for companies’ growth Although only 8% of the country’s total freshwater withdrawal is used for industrial purposes, the demand will grow significantly in the coming years by Isabelle-Jasmin Roth, New Delhi India’s economic development is highly dependent … Read more
August 2011, Delhi.
Big thanks to Dwarka Nath Sinha!
Celebration of the 19th Commonwealth Games (CWG), New Delhi – How India is tackling its biggest infrastructure project of this decade -
Published October 1st, 2010 German Centre Gurgaon Newsletter Download the original PDF-file BRIDGE TO INDIA_CWG_Short The time has come – this Sunday, 3rd of October 2010, the 19th Commonwealth Games (CWG) start with a spectacular opening ceremony in one of India’s most modern sports stadiums. More than 7000 athletes and official visitors are expected to … Read more
This is a growing collection of my recent photography. Enjoy!