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Minister calls for revision of land use norms
February 2013
Union Minister for Housing Ajay Maken stressed on the need to revise the floor surface index and land use norms in large cities, which do not have adequate open land for housing needs. He pointed that the centre cannot give any directive to the state governments in the matter of FSI and land use norms, but in the New Delhi master plan, whic
June 2011
It is just as well that the Delhi-Mumbai Industrial Corridor, when completed, will include at least six new cities.
Sustainable Infrastructure Development
December 2010
Sustainable infrastructure and sustainable design are fast becoming a norm rather than exception.
India can play a big role in promoting sustainable infrastructure
August 2010
Both the developed and developing countries are turning to sustainable infrastructure projects as the old infrastructure crumbles under the increasing pressure from all corners.
A dream city called Mumbai
June 2010
Mumbai will be among the five largest cities of the world by 2030 with its population set to double in the next 20 years, according to a latest study by the McKinsey Global Institute (MGI).
Bathinda master plan approved
May 2010
The Punjab government gave principal approval to the master plan of Bathinda.
Competitive cities and the tall building landscape
April 2010
As the world’s major cities become competitive with one another and continue to grow at the tremendous pace that they are, tall buildings will be imperative for economic, social and environmental sustainability, writes Steve Watts.
Bharat Nirman programme
January 2009
The government plans to announce a new package for rural roads and offer an additional Rs 5,000 crore package, under the existing Bharat Nirman programme.

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