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South Indian Cities on TargetTechies of Indian origin based in US (popularly known as NRIs) are eying at property in South India.
Indian Cities That Are Free From Air PollutionA recent report published by Greenpeace India listed 280 Indian cities ranked according to their particulate matter (PM10) levels. Among many cities in north India which have dangerously high PM10 levels, the national capital was at the top spot. Hassan in Karnataka has consistently appeared among the least polluted cities in India with a PM10 level of 26 microgram per cubic metre (µg/m3). Few cities in Kerala, Telangana, Tamil Nadu, Odisha, West Bengal, Meghalaya and Chhattisgarh managed to scrape through with PM10 levels lower than the annual permissible concentration of 60 µg/m3 set under the National Ambient Air Quality Standards (NAAQS).
Tier-II Cities Top The Charts In Smart City RankingsThe Ministry of Urban Development has released smart city rankings which places Nagpur on top, followed by Vadodara and Ahmedabad. These rankings were based on various parameters, including expenditure, project implementation and performance of civic bodies in the past four years. Out of 99 smart cities, 12 were not evaluated since the third list was released very recently.
Mumbai May Soon Try Out Odd-Even ParkingThe traffic police department of Mumbai may soon launch the ‘odd-even parking system’ on a pilot basis in Kalbadevi market area in south Mumbai, aimed at solving parking problems and road congestion. Implemented in world cities such as New York, under the odd-even parking system the vehicle has to be parked on either side of the road depending on whether it is an odd-numbered or an even-numbered day of the month.
Delhi Grapples Amid Redevelopment, Pollution; EnviroA recent decision by the Delhi government, where the Forest Department had allowed the felling of about 17,000 full-grown trees as part of the redevelopment of central government housing projects in south Delhi, has sparked protests from citizens, activists and environmentalists. Although the Ministry of Housing and Urban Affairs (MoHUA) has stated that ‘compensatory plantation’ of trees is being carried out in a ratio of 1:10, many environmentalists are not convinced as the saplings planted at a different location cannot substitute the huge tree cover which would be cleared away.