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Naidu to review Haryana’s development schemes today 28.4.2017 Hindu: Cities
Union Urban Development Minister M.Venkaiah Naidu will review urban development and housing schemes in Haryana on Friday.Meeting in ChandigarhMr. Naidu will hold the review with Haryana Chief Minister...
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Wrong choice of words can create big news: Arvind Panagariya 28.4.2017 News
Comment came against backdrop of controversy over remarks by Debroy on taxing agricultural income
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Centre releases Rs 20K crore to J-K under PM Modi’s development package 27.4.2017 India – The Indian Express
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War of words: After tax row Debroy, Panagariya face off over Naidu's love for acronyms 27.4.2017 DNA: Urban Tales
In an apparent dig at NITI Aayog member Bibek Debroy, the think tank's vice chairman Arvind Panagariya today said that 'wrong choice of words' can create big news. Panagariya's comment came against the backdrop of a controversy generated this week over the remarks by Debroy on taxing agriculture income. Panagariya made the comment at a workshop on Smart Cities, where Debroy was the first speaker. The event was also attended by Urban Development Minister M Venkaiah Naidu. Debroy said: "We are greatly privileged that we have Union Minister Venkaiah Naidu. "Those from Australia may not know that the honourable minister is known for coining very apt acronyms at the drop of a hat." Panagariya responded to his remarks, saying, "Acronyms that Naidu coins are also meaningful. Few wrong choice of words in a speech can lead to big news." Debroy's remarks at a press conference this week that agriculture income should be brought under the tax net created flutter in the government circles. "On the personal income tax ...
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AXILSPOT unveils AIP10L Outdoor Access Point 27.4.2017
AXILSPOT has rolled out AIP10L Outdoor Access Point embedded with the company's proprietary Rscan Antenna Technology. AIP10L is designed with the flexibility to function as standalone AP, or simplify centrally managed by AXILSPOT AC to reduce deployment and management effort. Ideal for high density public venues such as airports, conventions centers, plazas, malls, smart cities and other outdoor scenarios. It also boasts of the MIMO technology, delivering Wi-Fi access with up to 1.2Gbps to meet high capacity demands. Packed in a rugged enclosure (IP67 rated), optimized for long-range outdoor coverage and wireless connectivity, AIP10L offers a high capacity outdoor wireless solution. The industry’s leading 802.11ac outdoor access point is dedicated for long range access coverage and best in class throughput. Besides antenna and hardware designing, AIP10L also features TurboRF technology, including airtime fairness, intelligent load-balancing, auto-RF adjustment, band steering and sticky client elimination ...
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Fringe elements can’t deviate govt from development agenda: Venkaiah Naidu 27.4.2017 India – The Indian Express
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Make buildings taller in urban areas: Arvind Panagariya 27.4.2017 Latest News
Move could help address the issue of space constraints & land scarcity
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Go in for taller building in urban areas: Panagariya 27.4.2017
New Delhi: India should go in for taller buildings in view of space constrains being faced in urban areas, NITI Aayog Vice Chairman Arvind Panagariya said today. Indian cities have often not exploited the land vertically, he said. "So, you see that most Indian cities are rather horizontal," he added. "In today's time of land scarcity, it is very important that we begin to exploit the vertical side of land, which means making building taller which regulation wise requires higher floor index," he said at an event here on Smart Cities. Noting that for different reasons, part of urban land is not fully or optimally utilised, Panagariya said: "In some cases, pieces of land are owned by sick CPSEs, which can be brought into the market." He pointed out that creating affordable housing, rental dormatory housing to accommodate migrant population is also important. Stressing upon the need of various sections of society such as women and the differently-abled, Panagariya said that migration and modernisation is ...
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Mumbai: Sweden helps find solutions for environmental problems 27.4.2017 Free Press Journal: Mumbai
Mumbai: To tackle and find solutions for environmental and climatic problems in India, Eva Svedling,
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PM Modi takes serious view of 'corrupt practices' in railways, directs strictest action 26.4.2017 DNA: Wide Angle
Prime Minister Narendra Modi today took a serious view of the "large number of complaints" about "corrupt practices" of Railway officials and directed strictest possible action against those found guilty. He asked the Indian Railways to work towards a unified single telephone number for all grievances and queries, including helpline in the case of an accident. Modi made the comments while reviewing the progress of vital infrastructure projects in the railway, road and power sectors, spread over several states. Chairing a meeting here of Pro-Active Governance and Timely Implementation (PRAGATI), an ICT-based multi-modal platform, he reviewed the progress towards handling and resolution of grievances related to Railways. "Noting that a large number of complaints were related to corrupt practices of officials, he directed strictest possible action against Railway officials found guilty of corruption," said a PMO statement. The Prime Minister has been asserting that his government is determined to eliminate ...
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PM Modi takes serious view of corruption in railways 26.4.2017 Business Standard: Economy & Policy
Asked Indian Railways to work towards unified single telephone number for all grievances, queries
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PM Modi takes serious view of corruption in railways, directs strictest action 26.4.2017 India – The Indian Express
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Take strict action against corrupt Rly officials: PM 26.4.2017 TOI: Home
Prime Minister Narendra Modi has taken a serious view of the "large number of complaints" about "corrupt practices" of railway officials and directed strictest possible action against those found guilty.
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PM takes serious view of corruption in railways, directs strictest action 26.4.2017
New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Wednesday took a serious view of the "large number of complaints" about "corrupt practices" of Railway officials and directed strictest possible action against those found guilty. He asked the Indian Railways to work towards a unified single telephone number for all grievances and queries, including helpline in the case of an accident. Modi made the comments while reviewing the progress of vital infrastructure projects in the railway, road and power sectors, spread over several states. Chairing a meeting here of Pro-Active Governance and Timely Implementation (PRAGATI), an ICT-based multi-modal platform, he reviewed the progress towards handling and resolution of grievances related to Railways. "Noting that a large number of complaints were related to corrupt practices of officials, he directed strictest possible action against Railway officials found guilty of corruption," said a PMO statement. The Prime Minister has been asserting that his government is ...
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Sweden to help Maharashtra cut air pollution 26.4.2017 Metros | The Asian Age
Sweden is keen to collaborate with Maharashtra on waste management, smart cities, and renewable energy.
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Sweden keen to collaborate with Maharashtra on climate issues 26.4.2017 Latest News
There are over 100 Swedish firms operating in the state which could support the clean agenda
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Keen to collaborate on climate issues: Swedish minister 26.4.2017 Hindu: News
Eva Svedling discusses sustainibility solutions with Chief Minister and Environment Minister
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Cities at crossroads: Starving the municipality 26.4.2017 Opinion – The Indian Express
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Ericsson to start 5G lab trials in India this year, in talks with telcos to deploy 5G plug-ins: Joakim Sorelius 25.4.2017 ET: Opinion
Generally, operators are extremely interested in 5G. In most of the world, the revenues for telcos are slowing or sometimes decreasing, said Joakim Sorelius.
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Multi-storeyed parking in Mysuru: Proposals sent, but no response yet 25.4.2017 Hindu: Home
The Mysuru City Corporation (MCC) is keeping its fingers crossed as it awaits a response from the government on its proposals to construct two multi-storeyed parking lots in the city to meet the risi...
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