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Redesigning the future

The key to understand what is coming is to be more meaningfully involved in the past.

By Ayaz Basrai

Founder, The Busride Design

The year is 2035. Fresh from dealing with the fall-outs of urban desertification, the ever-expanding Bombay salt-flats form a large part of our premium neighbourhoods surrounding the new Hyperloop & Hyper-speed racing track. Most of us grow our own produce in tiny yet bountiful hydroponic farms, and the new Mumbai-barter app is now trending with the new breed of hipster urban farmers. While the market crash and riots of 2030 haven't

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