User: governance Topic: India Urban Governance
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Local bodies development fund to be floated 13.6.2009 Hindu: Kerala
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VMC sets ball rolling to earn carbon credits 10.6.2009 TOI: All Headlines
VMC sets ball rolling to earn carbon credits
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Government may double size of JNNURM 10.6.2009 Business Standard: Economy & Policy
Negotiating $5 billion loan with World Bank.
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Experiment with change 8.6.2009 HBL: Opinion
As I had mentioned in these columns earlier, according to the World Bank Institute, removal of disparity is the third of the three main features of good governance. Throughout history, disparities have been predominant in all nations. Only in
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World Bank okays $900-m aid to Pakistan 6.6.2009 Financial Express
World Bank okays $900-m aid to Pakistan
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World Bank okays $900-m aid to Pakistan 6.6.2009 Financial Express: Front Page
The World Bank on Friday approved an aid package of $900 million to Pakistan to help the country improve its state of education and livelihood in rural areas.
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World Bank approves $900 million financial aid to Pakistan 5.6.2009 Express India-- Front Page
The World Bank approved an aid package of $900 million to Pakistan to help the country improve its state of education and livelihood in rural areas.
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Dr. M Ramachandran inaugurates Seminar on Guidelines And Toolkits For Urban Transport Development in Medium Sized Cities in India 30.5.2009 Govt of india: PIB
Dr. M Ramachandran inaugurates Seminar on Guidelines And Toolkits For Urban Transport Development in Medium Sized Cities in India
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India to seek $3bn Bank loan 30.5.2009 Asian Age: India
Age Correspondent New Delhi May 29: In order to improve the urban infrastructure in the country, the government will approach the World Bank with a loan request worth nearly $3 billion, Union urban development minister S. Jaipal Reddy, who took charge of the ministry for the second time, said on Friday. Mr Reddy said while the discussions on the exact amount of loan was in the initial stages of discussion, the government will approach the World Bank due to the financial crunch. As and when the World Bank releases the funds, it would be used for projects related to drinking water, sewerage, solid waste management and public transport in the urban areas. Mr Reddy said so far the government has sanctioned Rs 93,000 crores under the ...
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Urban Development ministry seeks $3bn World Bank loan 29.5.2009 TOI: India
The Union Urban Development ministry is seeking a $3 billion loan from the World Bank to implement various schemes in urban areas.
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City Lights: Rs 25,000 cr bonanza from World Bank 24.5.2009 ET: Infrastructure
Indian cities are in for a Rs 25,000-crore bonanza from the World Bank to develop urban infrastructure over the next five years, according to an urban development ministry official.
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ADB to fund state’s drinking water project 21.5.2009 New Indian Express
ADB to fund state’s drinking water project
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Maharashtra to implement Agriculture Competitiveness Project 18.5.2009 HBL: Agri-Biz & Commodities
Mumbai, May 17 The Maharashtra Government has decided to implement the Maharashtra Agriculture Competitiveness Project, which is funded by World Bank. The Rs 646-crore project aims at integrated development of agriculture, animal husbandry, diary
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The making of a miracle 17.5.2009 Mint: Latest
Despite the odds, India’s recent economic performance has been closer to being miraculous
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The making of a miracle 17.5.2009 Mint: Latest
Despite the odds, India’s recent economic performance has been closer to being miraculous
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City reports highest number of leakage & pipeline breaks 12.5.2009 TOI: Ahmedabad Times
The city with 98 per cent of domestic water connections, also reports the fourth highest number of leakage and pipeline breaks in the country at 25,000 a year.
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State’s 75 urban bodies come forward to claim carbon credit 6.5.2009 Indian Express: Ahmedabad
Gujarat appears all set to achieve a distinct place in reducing emissions from carbon dioxide and methane...
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'96 World Bank report roots for high FSI 4.5.2009 TOI: Ahmedabad Times
Had a report by renowned urban planner been heeded way back in 1996, city's scenario would have been different today.
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PPPs: Tall claims, but little evidence 6.10.2008 India Together - Economy

The many arguments offered in support of Public Private Partnerships don't stand up to close examination. The private sector is not more efficient than its public counterpart, nor is cheap money accessible to it as readily, write Shripad Dharmadhikary and Gaurav Dwivedi.
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China endorses Pak party's stand on PoK dam 1.1.1970 Sify News
[Pakistan], Nov.18 (ANI): The Balawaristan National Front (BNF) has appreciated China's decision on placing conditions, including ownership of the mega project Diamar-Bhasha Dam in the
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