India's foremost architect and town planner was renowned as much for his 'breathing' spaces as for his irascible personality Obituaries can be hagiographic, at least in the immediate aftermath of death, as perhaps they should. But Charles Correa might have preferred candour. He did not suffer fools easily, ticked off people — and his colleagues — frequently, and was a whiz with the cuss words that he used to mortifying effect. We were never friends, hardly even acquaintances, ... Rediff.com, 1 month ago
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