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Sensors to monitor Tonk road traffic pattern 9.11.2017 DNA: Top News
Electronic sensors will be installed across a stretch of Tonk Road over the next month to monitor pattern of traffic commutation in the city. The data recorded by the sensors will be monitored by a joint team of Jaipur Development Authority (JDA) and Adelaide city of South Australia for designing a ‘smart’ traffic management solutions for Jaipur.  These sensors to be installed between Rambagh and Gopalpura crossroad will register the blue-tooth devices, including mobile phones and car audio systems passing through the road to provide a real-time data of pedestrian and motorised vehicle movement. This will be the first of pilot project being implemented at Jaipur in association with the cooperation of Adelaide, which is among the top smart cities of the world and has recently entered an understanding with JDA to support smart city initiatives at Jaipur. A decision on the pilot project was taken at a meeting between JDA officials and representatives from the city of Adelaide held at Jaipur on Wednesday. At ...
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CASH 22 JMC vs JDA 31.10.2017 DNA: Urban Tales
Talking of Smart City, the municipal corporation and development authority at Jaipur are busy outsmarting each other. Development of city remains at collateral as the two civic bodies indulge in a long drawn discussion on pending dues. The Jaipur Municipal Corporation (JMC) has rolled out huge outstanding against the Jaipur Development Authority (JDA) pertaining to several transactions. An outstanding of more than Rs 1,350 crore make JDA the biggest defaulter at municipal audit books. According to the municipal corporation a part of the amount is relatively new while part of it has piled over past several decades. “The JDA is liable to pay JMC a percentage in royalty on all revenue generated from auction of property within the urban areas. However, this has never been paid by JDA and the total due amount under this head stands to Rs 536 crore,” says mayor Ashok Lahoti.  “In addition the authority has also transferred over 700 colonies to JMC this year and is liable to pay JMC for development works at ...
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Govind Dev ji Temple to develop under the Krishna Circuit 22.10.2017 DNA: Top News
Capital’s most spiritual, Govind Dev ji Temple will be developed as a tourist and spiritual place under the Jaipur Smart City Mission. Sri Krishna Smart Circuit will develop the  temple, connecting it to Tadkeshwar temple. Jaipur Smart City Limited (JSCL) has prepared the Detail Project Report (DPR) for the same, while the tender  for the project will be invited by December. Notably, Govind Dev ji is one of the main Krishna temples in the country which is visited by lakhs of tourists every year. Based on the importance of the temple, JSCL has included it in the Area Best Development(ABD) plan of Shri Krishna Smart Circle under the smart city mission. Like the Govind Dev ji temple, Gopinath temple located in the Purani Basti is of great spiritual importance as well. It is also called the the Chhota Govind Dev ji. Hence the Gopinath temple will also be added in the Shri Krishna Smart Circle. Krishna Circuit project is a part of GOI’s ‘Swadesh Darshan’ scheme of re-discovering one’s own country. The circuit ...
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Pink City to get smart-aid from Adelaide 10.10.2017 DNA: Opinion
City of Adelaide in South Australia and Jaipur Development Authority (JDA) have entered into a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to collaborate and share learning pertaining to smart city development. Jaipur, that is included in the list of smart cities by the government of India, is expected to gain from the smart parking and street lighting structures and designs of the Australian city. Adelaide is among the foremost cities of the world to implement information technology based solution for civic and health issues, and along with Jaipur it is included in the list of CISCO smart lighthouse cities. Authorities from both the cities have been in discussion over collaboration for nearly a year, however, a formal understanding was inked on Monday, the first day of Adelaide visit of a three member team of Jaipur Development Authority led by Jaipur development commissioner Vaibhav Galariya. Councillor of Adelaide, Natasha Malani expressed her excitement over the MoU and said, “This is the next step in building ...
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Smart city puts civic authorities, residents on confrontation path 28.9.2017 DNA: Popular News
Farmers at Ninder area in north west of Jaipur called for hunger strike “Anshan” till Gandhi Jayanti to protest land acquisition by Jaipur Development Authority (JDA). At Gopalpura Bypass, traders affected with demolition drive went on sit-in while at Kishanpole traders flocked against Jaipur Municipal Corporations exercise against few shops. This Wednesday, the civic authorities were faced with protest at several parts of the city. The idea of development at ‘Smart City’ is thus facing resentment at various local levels.  As for the civic authorities, its a rather disturbing trend. “A Smart City can not be developed without mutual cooperation and people thus must try understand the requirement of development measures,” says Ravi Jain, chief executive officer of Jaipur Municipal Corporation. Representatives of various trade organisations came to visit him on Wednesday after the municipal corporation imposed “carrying charge” on few shops at Kishanpole area occupying the walkway in front of their shops. ...
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JSCL to prepare DPR of 2.3-km subway beneath Walled City 26.9.2017 TOI: Jaipur
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Pink 'Smart City' struggles without internet 10.9.2017 DNA: Top News
Millions of Jaipur residents and thousands of tourists in the Pink City experienced an 'internet free' weekend as administration suspended mobile internet services since dawn of Saturday. It was not just social media platforms and bulk messages that remain restrained, digital wallets and card swiping machines were also rendered useless at a number of petrol pumps and malls. The routine life of 'Smart City Jaipur' remained affected all day long as administration ordered 'temporary suspension of telecom services' following protest and arson at Ramganj area of city late on Friday night. Those depending on mobile cab services as well as tourists who count on their mobile maps while exploring the City faced difficulties. Many of the city residents were also delayed for offices as they had to stop at ATM counters for cash. The administration, however, defended the ban on data services as a necessary measure. "It is essential to prevent spread of rumours from further flaring up the already tense situation. We ...
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Smart move: Ragpickers to segregate waste in city 19.8.2017 TOI: Jaipur
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Verandas in Walled City set for a major facelift 17.8.2017 TOI: Jaipur
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Soon, quick response codes for monuments to help tourists 14.8.2017 TOI: Jaipur
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Quarter Result - Aksh Optifibre reports firm Q1 FY 18 margins 14.8.2017 New Kerala: Business India
New Delhi , August 14 : Aksh Optifibre Limited, the leading Indian manufacturer of optical fibre, optical fibre cables, fibre reinforced composites and a major e-governance and turnkey service provider reported its Q1 FY18 financial results.
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Quarter Result - Aksh Optifibre reports firm Q1 FY 18 margins 14.8.2017 Sify Finance
[India], August 14 (ANI-NewsVoir): Aksh Optifibre Limited, the leading Indian manufacturer of optical fibre, optical fibre cables, fibre reinforced composites and a major e-governance and turnkey
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Real-time info on Metro, buses 12.8.2017 TOI: Jaipur
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Card for hassle-free travel 12.8.2017 TOI: Jaipur
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Rent a bicycle scheme for healthy life 11.8.2017 TOI: Jaipur
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PM Modi’s pet project moves at a snail’s pace in Pink City 9.8.2017 TOI: Jaipur
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Ajmer police get strict with traffic violators 8.8.2017 TOI: Jaipur
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Soon, city to have two smart multi-level parkings 8.8.2017 DNA: Opinion
The city will soon get two smart multi level parking installed at Anaj Mandi and Jaipuria Hospital.  The Jaipur Smart City Limited has decided to develop multi level parking at these locations on engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) basis. Under the proposal, the work from design to procure and delivery will be the responsibility of the contractor. “Bids for the project have been invited, the technical details are however still to be finalised,” said a senior officer at JSCL. A need for parking solutions has long been experienced at the two locations.  The Anaj Mandi project proposed near Chandpole metro station will not only provide parking solutions to those arriving at Walled City but also will ease traffic at Sansarchand Road and Power House road.  The Jaipuria Hospital parking will be essential as the government intends to further develop the hospital and the existing ground parking is already running out of space during rush hours. Each of the projects is expected to cost around 15 ...
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I realise that life is intangible, says eminent architect B.V. Doshi 22.7.2017 Hindu: Home
Going strong at 90, eminent architect B.V. Doshi prepares for his upcoming retrospective in Shanghai
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Univs should contribute to Smart City project: Guv 19.7.2017 TOI: Jaipur
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