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Delhi To Have London-Like Metro-Rail Interlinked CorThe National Capital Region Transport Corporation is planning to link the Delhi Metro with high-speed railway network that will bring down the travel time between the national capital and the cities that fall under the NCR. The project, which is estimated to cost Rs 1 lakh crore, is expected to cater to over 20 lakh commuters daily. The completion deadline for the project is yet to be finalised.
GDA Plans To Take Control Of 77 Villages Around ExprAround 77 villages flanking the Eastern Peripheral Expressway (EPE) and Delhi-Meerut Expressway (DME) will soon be administered by the Ghaziabad Development Authority.
Are Zero-Waste Cities Possible?India generates about 60 million tonnes of trash every year. A proper mechanism needs to be in place to dispose what has been swept from homes and streets. Proper segregation of waste at homes is the first step in this regard. On December 12, 2017, the SC had written to all the states and union territories regarding solid waste management. The court had earlier expressed concern over the deaths due to vector-borne diseases like dengue and chikungunya and said that lack of waste management was the cause of several lives being lost across the country.
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?