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Jaisalmer Military Station to get a makeover to become 'smart' 19.6.2018 DNA: Wide Angle
While the state government has taken several initiatives under the Smart city Programme, now it is the Indian Army which has undertaken a similar initiative and started development of a military station. The development is expected to provide major boost to the local economy and aid ecological conservation and balance. The Jaisalmer Military Station is being developed into a Smart Armed Forces Station for which a detailed plan has been formulated in consonance with the eight key areas identified by the Central government for development of Smart Cities. A systematic development of habitat is being undertaken incorporating the concept of Smart Building and Green Building Norms. Some of the unique facilities provided in these dwelling units would be rain water harvesting, centralised garbage disposal system, solar water heater, solar security lights, underground electric cabling, LED lighting system, provision of LPG through pipelines, prepaid electricity and water meters, waste disposal chutes, passenger ...
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TNSTC told to prepare estimates for shifting Ukkadam bus stand, depot 19.6.2018 Hindu: News
For Corporation to take up lake development project
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93% land acquired for Mumbai-Nagpur Expressway: Devendra Fadnavis 18.6.2018 Free Press Journal: Mumbai
Mumbai: Maharashtra has completed 93 per cent of land acquisition for the 700-km Mumbai- Nagpur Expressway,
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City residents give a thumbs up to new parks 18.6.2018 Hindu: News
Encouraged by the response, civic body to open 20 more
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Corporation proposes 30 smart benches across city 18.6.2018 Hindu: Medicine & Research
Objective is to make streets and public properties smarter and greener
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Vice President lays foundation of infrastructure projects at Itanagar 17.6.2018 The Assam Tribune
Vice President lays foundation of infrastructure projects at Itanagar
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Dilapidated roads get recarpeted in Abohar 16.6.2018 The Tribune
Raj Sadosh Abohar, June 15 Some of the local roads that have been potholed for over a decade are now finally being repaired or given a fresh layer of bitumen-stone metal carpeting in Abohar. For many, this has come as a surprise as the Municipal Council has no working President and the additional charge of Executive Officer is with an official who is posted somewhere near Bathinda. Pramil Kalani of the BJP resigned from the MC president’s post on March 10, 2018, citing harassment but the state government has not taken any decision in this matter. Kalani had initiated the road repair exercise two years back but could not get the work completed as Rs 2 crore released by the alliance government in the last decade was “insufficient”. These days, a lot of activity is visible outside the Nehru Park, Arya Samaj Mandir, Sethi Palace, Sunil Cinema, Maharana Pratap Market, Shanker Market, Major Surinder Chowk and the BSNL complex. District Youth Congress ex-president Sandeep Jakhar and district Congress president ...
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Parliamentary panel wants urban project norms eased 16.6.2018 Hindu: National
13-member committee visits various cities and towns in State
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TenderSURE roads are the envy of India 15.6.2018 Hindu: Fitness
Specifications have been made a part of the Smart City project
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Getting a tap connection is now easy 14.6.2018 Hindu: Policy & Issues
Government modifies rules to allow payment in instalments
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Smart City Expo India 2018: Nearly 6,000 delegates likely to attend three-day Expo in Rajasthan 13.6.2018 DNA: Recent Columns
Nearly 6,000 delegates from across the globe are likely to attended the three-day Smart City Expo India 2018 starting here on September 26, an official said. Rajasthan Chief Secretary D B Gupta today held a meeting at the secretariat to discuss the preparations for the event. Gupta said the Expo will be organised from September 26 to 28, in which nearly 6,000 delegates from different countries are likely to participate. The participants would be international companies, specialists, thinkers and researchers working in the Smart City sector, he said. He said that the Expo will showcase innovations, products and solutions related to Smart City projects. The Expo will focus on the future of mobility, urban planning, clean tech and smart destinations. Local and international speakers will share their views on the innovations taking place in Smart Cities in different sessions, he added.  Article ...
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The missing tiers 13.6.2018 Hindu: Policy & Issues
The disempowerment and depoliticisation of urban local government has happened in multiple ways
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AI garage? — on on kickstarting artificial intelligence 12.6.2018 Hindu: Opinion
To realise India’s potential in the field, a strong buy-in from policymakers is needed
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Tiruchi gets its first science park 10.6.2018 Hindu: Fitness
It has been established at a cost of ₹2.5 crore
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Dassault Systemes eyes retail, architecture for growth 8.6.2018 Hindu: Fitness
Renewable energy, mining verticals also on radar, says MD
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E-Waste 7.6.2018 Central Chronicle
The generation of E (Electronic) Waste is the ever and over growing environmental problem of the world. It is not bio degradable and gradually covering the earth face. The world will have to find a solution of disposal or it will destroy the mankind. India is 5th after China, USA, Japan and Germany in generating […]
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Draft parking policy for city 7.6.2018 Hindu: Medicine & Research
Possibilities of using land of govt institutions and individuals to be explored
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Govt giving step-motherly treatment to Abohar: BJP 5.6.2018 The Tribune

Our Correspondent

Fazilka, June 4

BJP activists led by Abohar MLA Arun Narang took out a procession in the town bazaar to protest against lack of basic facilities in the town.

They burnt the effigy of Chief Minister Capt Amarinder Singh in the main market. Narang while addressing the workers accused the state government of depriving Abohar residents of basic amenities like potable water, sewerage and electric supply.

He warned the Powercom officials to amend their attitude otherwise they would be forced to launch an agitation against them.

He urged the officials to expedite the Pradhan Mantri Amrut Yojna to improve the infrastructure ahead of rains.

BJP district president Vishnu Bhagwan Delu, state vice-president Dhanpat Siag, and general secretary Ravi Setia alleged that the state government was meting out step-motherly treatment to Abohar residents for the last more than a year.

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MLA wears black 4.6.2018 Hindu: Policy & Issues
AIADMK MLA Vayyapuri Manikandan on Monday attended the Assembly wearing black dress to protest against the failure of the government in addressing t
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NITI Aayog releases national strategy on Artificial Intelligence, identifies 5 focus areas 4.6.2018 Free Press Journal: Technology
New Delhi: NITI Aayog has identified five sectors — healthcare, agriculture, education, smart
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