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Noida Authority Earmarks Rs 1,500 Cr For 19 OngoingThe Noida Authority plans to invest Rs 1,500 crore in 19 different developmental projects in the city. Besides, efforts are being undertaken to ensure energy and water consumption in Noida. Meanwhile, Noida’s residential welfare authorities have been protesting against the inefficacy of workers hired by the Authority who are on regular strikes resulting in poor civic conditions in the Authority’s jurisdiction.
India's Solar Capacity Rises By 72% In FY'18, Says RAccording to a report, the utility solar capacity of India in FY 2017-18 has increased by 72 per cent over last year. India has achieved 9.1 gw of utility solar installations compared to 5.5 gw in 2016-17. Karnataka is the leading state which has the highest capacity of 4.1 gw amounting to 46 per cent of the total capacity installed.
Shillong Bags Smart City Tag, Number Reaches 100The Ministry of Housing and Urban Affairs has selected Shillong as the 100th city to receive funding under the Centre's flagship Smart Cities Mission after evaluation of the proposal submitted by it. Earlier, nine names were added in the smart cities list in January. These cities were Biharsharif (Bihar), Diu (Daman & Diu), Erode (Tamil Nadu), Itanagar (Arunachal Pradesh), Kavaratti (Lakshwadeep) and Bareilly, Moradabad & Saharanpur (Uttar Pradesh). The list now has a total 99 cities to be developed as smart ones.
Multilevel Parking Facility Fails to Resolve Noida SThe Noida Authority launched a multilevel car-parking (MLCP) facility in January to resolve the parking problems of the Sector 18 market. However, a hike in parking fee and issues such as flawed footpath design and lack of road infrastructure have played the spoilsport for the facility. So far, there are no as many takers for the parking space as the Noida Authority had expected.
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