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  In today's time, data is king
Since cities have been administered manually, it is difficult for city administrators to be present at every single asset owned by city corporations physically. But there is a solution to this challenge.

Do or Divest!
With a disinvestment target of raising Rs.72,000 crore this fiscal, the government is all set to rule Dalal Street with Rs.18,000 crore worth of Initial Public Offerings (IPOs).

The institutional mechanism to handle wastewater has failed
There are a variety of challenges in water and wastewater management. One of the major issues is that of the widening demand-supply gap in the water sector as well as treatment of wastewater.

Indian cities have much to learn from Chinese cities
In an exclusive interaction, Zheng Bin, CEO, Industrial and Commercial Bank of China Ltd and Chairman, MCEA, says that India should not blindly follow the models adopted by other Smart Cities which have come up across the world, and instead rely on its own strategy.

Curb that wastage!
Less than 20 per cent of the wastewater discharged by households, and 60 per cent of industrial wastewater, is treated in India. This situation has to change, say SHISHAM PRIYADARSHINI and AMISH SHROFF.

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