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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.
Here's Why Delhi Is Losing Out On Its Fun QuotientThere is no dearth of entertainment options in Delhi. In fact, the fun quotient is doubled owing to the strategic placement of two popular entertainment hubs - Gurgaon and Noida, with Delhi. Khan Market, a bustling retail destination and plush locality in south Delhi, attracts hordes of shoppers and tourists. However, the national capital is seen losing its sheen as a fun city. Why so?
Affordable Housing Hubs Of Noida, Ghaziabad GettingNoida and Ghaziabad crossed the 300 mark as particulate matter-10 (PM10) levels touched a high on March 28. The situation was likely to prevail in the days to come, said experts. According to another report by the Uttar Pradesh Pollution Control Board, six cities in India’s most populous state have nearly four times the PM10 level against the permissible limit. In this list of 24 cities where an air quality check was conducted in February, Ghaziabad leads this pack while Lucknow and Kanpur are listed at the second and third place, respectively. Noida occupies the fourth place.
UP Budget 2018-19: A Big Push For Liveability, InfraThe Uttar Pradesh Budget 2018-19 has now been tabled by Uttar Pradesh Finance Minister Rajesh Agarwal. In his Budget Speech, Agarwal announced an outlay of Rs 4.28 lakh crore for welfare and related services, 11.40 per cent more than what it was last year. In this Budget, the state government will focus on health, education, employment, rural and urban development, the poor and women development.
Budget 2018: Jaitley Reduces Metro Projects AllocatiDuring the past one year, to better the connectivity, many Metro projects have been announced across the country. However, in the Union Budget 2018-19, these projects have been given an allocation of Rs 15,000 crore, 20 per cent lower than the allocation for the 2017-18 fiscal. Moreover, there has been no bifurcation of the outlay. What impact will this have on the under-construction Metro projects? Will the states be able to implement these projects in the set timeline?