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Govt’s Rs 45,000 Crore Push To Address Water CrisisA report released by NITI Aayog indicates that 40 per cent of populace may not have access to drinking water by 2030. According to the report, 21 Indian cities, including Delhi, Bengaluru and Hyderabad are likely to face Day Zero, having no access to groundwater by 2020. Govt of India has given its nod to a two-phase project worth Rs 45,000 crore that would interlink 30 rivers in India to address the water crisis.
Gujarat Govt May Give Land At Half Price For DevelopHeard of property at a discount? The Gujarat government may be offering land to institutions that serve a cause at 50 per cent discount. Institutions and trusts that work for social, religious, health or educational development can make use of this offer.
Delhi-Mumbai Express Highway May Cut Travel Time ByTransport Minister Nitin Gadkari has announced that work on the Delhi-Mumbai Express Highway would start soon. The Delhi-Mumbai Expressway is a greenfield access-controlled highway developed at a cost of Rs 1 lakh crore and will take three years for completion. Aimed at reducing the travel time between the two cities from 20 hours to 12 hours, the project will also have a new alignment covering several backward areas of the country and lead to industrial growth.
On Fast Track: Highway Construction Hits A New HighAccording to data released by the Ministry of Road Transport and Highways, 10,000 km of highways have been constructed in the country in last fiscal year (2017-18) that ended March 2018. This has taken the daily average of road construction to 28 km per day against the average of 11 km in FY 2014. The number achieved is the highest so far.
You Could Drive Faster On Indian Roads NowFor the first time, India will now have standard speed limits. The Centre has given its approval to increase the highest speed limit for cars in urban areas to 70 kilometre per hour (kmph) up from the earlier 60 kmph. For cargo carriers, the new limit set is 60 kmph, and for two-wheelers it is 50 kmph. Also, the highest speed limit for cars running on expressways has been increased to 120 kmph from the existing 100 kmph. On the national highways, this limit has been raised to 100 kmph from the earlier 80 kmph.