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    • 7th Mar 19

      PM Modi Flags Off 13.5-km Stretch Of Nagpur Metro

      Prime Minister Narendra Modi on March 7 inaugurated via video conferencing a 13.5-km built under Phase-I of the Nagpur Metro. The stretch that opens for public use on March 8 will connect Khapri with Sitabuldi. Phase-I of the Nagpur Metro that would run 40 kilometre (km) will have two corridors. Also known as the north-south corridor, this stretch will run between Automative Square and Metro City, and will have 20 stations.
    • 22nd Jun 18

      Tier-II Cities Top The Charts In Smart City Rankings

      The 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.
    • 16th Feb 18

      UP Budget 2018-19: A Big Push For Liveability, Infrastructure

      The 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.
    • 18th Apr 19

      5 Heritage Sites That Tower Over Mumbai's High-Rises

      The architectural history of the Maximum City would never be complete without listing its age-old buildings that stand tall in the city landscape, even as new high-rises keep coming up across the city. Most of these heritage structures that stand in the city today were built in the British period and display the Victorian Neo-Gothic, the Indo-Saracenic and Neo-classical architectural styles. Classified as Grade-I, Grade-II A & B and Grade-III, these heritage structures fall under the jurisdiction of the Mumbai Heritage Conservation Committee.
    • 9th Mar 19

      Documents Required For Getting A Green Signal From MCD

      A look at the documents a developer has to submit to the MCD to get his building plans approved.
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