Dr Illan Wall, Reader, School of Law, University of Warwick, for the incredible support in the production of this podcast and throughout the module.
Dr Sneha Krishnan, Associate Professor in Human Geography, University of Oxford, for participating as an interviewee and sharing her invaluable expertise and experiences.
Professor Oishik Sircar, Associate Professor, Jindal Global Law School, for participation as an interviewee and sharing his insightful knowledge on the topic.
Professor Debolina Dutta, Associate Professor, Jindal Global Law School, for participating as an interviewee and sharing her insight on the topic.
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Desert City by Kevin MacLeod
Dhaka by Kevin MacLeod
Invariance by Kevin MacLeod
Namaste by Audionautix
Navajo night by Audionautix
Mumbai: large noisy crowd at Gateway of India by BBC Sound Effects
Delhi: Auto-rickshaw by BBC Sound Effects