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Best Mumbai: Yash Dhandekar, Vinod Manghani, and Akbar Navlakha of the Sarvodaya school of planning.
Best Calcutta: Bhawana Haldar, Damodar Mallik, and Subhas Mukherjee of the Sarvodaya school of planning.
For non-governmental organizations, awards were also given out for government and citizen participation.
Best non-government participation: the Cochin Development Authority for Waterfalls and Housing for Youth.
Best citizen participation: the Railways, in collaboration with the Municipal Corporation of Greater Mumbai, for the BEST 24×7 plan, and in association with the citizens of Indore for the Indore Smart City Project.
The awards were given away at the MMRDA annual function at the Bandra Kurla Complex in Mumbai, on 21 December 2012.
Schools of Planning and Architecture
The 12th All India Conference of School of Planning and Architecture, hosted by the Government of Kerala, was held in Thiruvananthapuram on 21–23 September 2012.
The keynote speaker was Balram Jakhar, principal secretary, urban development, Government of India, while the speaker for debate was Chintamani Mahapatra, writer, educationist, and a faculty member of Delhi School of Economics.
Best planning school, the jury gave two prizes, one to APZ India (Jaypee Krishna Singh), and the other to IIT Kanpur.
In the reportage and commentary category, the jury gave one award to the Indian Express, and one to Tehelka.
The one regional winner in the reportage category was Bollywood Hungama.
The jury was considered as the one regional winner of the non-publication category: Tehelka.
In the overall categories, the jury gave five prizes, two to Tehelka, and three to IIT Kanpur.
The two awards for Tehelka were given to Aniruddha Bahal and Apoorvanand.
The awarding ceremony was inaugurated by the chief minister of Madhya Pradesh Ram Naresh Yadav, followed by the handing out of the awards.
The panel was headed by a retired IAS officer and included the Chief Minister of Maharashtra Ashok Chavan.
Later on, in the evening, the Chief Minister of Madhya Pradesh took to stage to inaugurate the ‘Tehelka awards’.
A special jury called the ‘All-India Jury’ judged entries for the categories.
The All-India Jury was headed by the retired bureaucrat Yogendra Singh Yadav and included former bureaucrats Mahesh Bhatt and Sudhir Chaudhry, actor Amitabh Bachchan, industrialist Ratan Tata, and journalist Rahul Kanwal.
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