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The police said Mehta also regularly placed large bets with the wanted accused ?Gandhinagar and parts of north Gujarat where grazing land is available, said Gopabhai Bharwadanother maldhari from Dhrangadhra taluka of Surendranagar In the barren land of Chharodi village near Sanandone Govindbhai Bharwad from Bharada village of Dhrangadhra has camped with 300 cows and buffaloes that belong to several maldharis in his village Gopabhai said several maldharis who cant leave their villages would send their livestock with others According to estimatesa buffalo needs seven kilos of fodder everyday that costs about Rs 90 these days Due to deficit rainfall in Saurashtra and Kutch regionsthe prices of fodder have gone up This has also forced maldharis to leave their villages For all the latest DO NOT USE Gujarat News download Indian Express App More Top NewsEditor’s note:From October 2017 we’re running a series called ‘By Design’ that looks at Indian cities from the perspective of urban design How can design make the quality of life in India cities better How can the architecture of our infrastructure prevent life-threatening situations like flooding or rush-hour stampedes What solutions can simple design changes offer to monumental urban problems We’ll be discussing all this and more in ‘By Design’ If Rudyard Kipling’s Kim O’ Hara were to sit astride the Zam-Zammah that ‘fire-breathing dragon’ gun on its brick platform opposite the Ajaib-Gher or the Lahore Museum today he would be shunted out immediately Local chowkidars beat constables and other gatekeepers of ceremonial landscapes and middle-class property would probably chase the urchin to the edges of the city There in the spirit of every keen-eyed ragamuffin who belongs to a metropolis that will never belong to him the boy would find a filthy river to splash in or piles of garbage to climb or jump from or neglected corners infested with swine to turn into spaces for his ruffian games Children play on broken slides at a public park in Dharavi Mumbai India REUTERS Children irrespective of whether they belong to gated communities or urban slums always find ways to play And in the absence of spaces demarcated as playgrounds they create their own In this spontaneous repossession of the city they stake a claim to their right to recreation as stated in Article 31 of the United Nations Conventions on the Rights of the Child: “That every child has the right to rest and leisure to engage in play and recreational activities appropriate to the age of the child and to participate freely in cultural life and the arts” Perhaps inspired by the phrase “participate freely” Sudeshna Chatterjee a Delhi-based urban designer and CEO of non-profit organisation Action for Children’s Environments (ACE) set about creating Khirkee Khel Khazana in collaboration with KHOJ International Artists’ Association in 2011 Khirkee a hodgepodge of buildings near Saket its chicer counterpart in Delhi was ideal for an experiment in inclusive spaces to play in as urchins and rag pickers frequented the area “Most play actually happens outside playgrounds” says Chatterjee adding “We do not understand the nature of play; often we equate play with either cricket or football” Building an inclusive playground in an Indian context entailed making play spaces accessible to poorer children “Landscape design adversely impacts play” Chatterjee explains “An outdoor space that is merely decorative or restorative and not interactive is one that goes against a child’s urge to play” she elaborates Egalitarianism on the playground meant a space that offered something to all children; one that encouraged creativity resilience and team activity; one that offered loose parts that encouraged free play; one that facilitated an understanding of how children use play spaces The launch of Play of Wheels (Khela Gadi) by ACEthis October at OFFER-run children’s homes Photos courtesy: ACE Trust 2017 Chatterjee who collaborated with Kolkata-based architect Subrata Ghosh came up with Play-on Wheels — a concept built on the tenets of inclusion and spontaneity They created a play cart filled with loose parts that prompted children to invent their own games The idea led to an assortment of inventions and possibilities particularly for the children who lived in tenements and were used to playing with material readily available in the environment — pebbles gravel sticks Play-on-Wheels has been launched as a pilot project in two children’s homes run by OFFER a non-governmental organisation in Kolkata Play as a spontaneous self-controlled activity of children finds delightful expressions even amid the filth and squalor of places torn asunder by violence or natural calamities but hobbling towards normalcy The International Play Association (IPA) a non-governmental organisation founded in 1961 defends and promotes the child’s right to play in all circumstances in over 40 countries where it has members and active groups In 2014 it held a workshop in Istanbul: Access to Play in Crisis (APC) The group deliberated upon how a child’s right to play is affected by situations of conflict and natural disasters In fact in a crisis opportunities for play are of lesser urgency than providing food shelter and medicines to the victims The IPA’s Access to Play in Crisis Project led by Chatterjee undertook research in six countries In India it ventured into the Nimtala Ghat squatter settlement in Kolkata where a railway track slices through clusters of huts Trains move in both directions between 8 am and 9 pm every day their arrival heralded by an air horn that does not indicate the direction of the incoming train There are other reasons why Nimtala Ghat is an area of unceasing perils The squatters’ colony is next to the Nimtala Ghat crematorium where around 70-80 bodies are cremated daily Located on the banks of the river Hooghly the crematorium and its adjoining area are thick with pollutants Ritualistic effluents like flowers fruit and other waste flow into the water continuously; human and animal carcass have also been seen floating on the river from time to time The APC research conducted between December 2016 to February 2017 with 18 girls and 22 boys from the area was revelatory The only safe open space in Nimtala Ghat was the compound around the memorial of Rabindranath Tagore inside the crematorium but that was fenced off and made inaccessible to children Inevitably the girls and boys from the tenements ran to the riverbank or to the road between the railway track and the riverbank or to the spaces along the railway track for their games The boys jumped into the river as well more frequently than the girls Their games devised using available material were also influenced by their particular area of play For instance the most popular game on the river bank was lattu or spinning the top An aggressive variant of the game guch maramari (popular with the boys) involved the formation of groups Tops of rival groups were placed inside a circle that was drawn on the ground and each child was expected to break the top of a competitor without causing any harm to another child Girls played gentler games that involved role-play on the riverbed?

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