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Delhi govt to set up infra facilities

Delhi govt to set up infra facilities

Delhi government would set up civic amenities like hospitals and schools in over 1,600 unauthorised colonies, where it plans to ease development guidelines. The necessary infrastructure facilities to all the 1,639 unauthorised colonies would be provided by the state gov

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Govt may implement Rs 140 bn metro project in 3 phases

Govt may implement Rs 140 bn metro project in 3 phases

Assam Chief Minister Tarun Gogoi informed that the proposed metro rail project in Guwahati may cost Rs 14,000 crore and it may be implemented in three phases. It may be noted that recently the union government cleared the proposal for the project and also earmarked
Rs 25 crore for the feasibility study and the preparation of a

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Govt to finish tender for monorail project by end 2013

Govt to finish tender for monorail project by end 2013

By the end of 2013, Kerala government would finish tender work for the proposed Kozhikode Monorail project and it would begin construction work from January 2014. The state Public Works Minister VK EbrahimKunju informed this to media persons. He also informed that the first phase of the project would not affect traders in the area. He said this referring to the protest from the Kerala Vyapari Vyavasayi Ekopana Samithi (KVVES) who took out

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Mumbai Port to earn rent from land given to BMC

Mumbai Port to earn rent from land given to BMC

Media reports indicate that the Mumbai Port Trust (MbPT) may earn Rs 10 crore rent from the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) for leasing
a 2,200-sq-m plot on Reay Road for 30 years. MbPT would allot the land on a licence basis to the civic body for the proposed stormwater pumping station at the Britannia Outfall at RetiBunder on Reay Road

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Minister clears several infra projects for Jalandhar

Minister clears several infra projects for Jalandhar

Punjab Deputy Chief Minister Sukhbir Singh Badal
approved several road infrastructure and other development projects including food court 3G fish aquarium, redevelopment of Nehru Garden, Integrated Housing Slum Development Program in Jalandhar. The minister recently explained various civic amenities projects being implemented in Jalandhar, which is the third largest

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Surat corporation wants govt to clear TP schemes

Surat corporation wants govt to clear TP schemes

Surat Municipal Corporation (SMC) requested the state government to clear all its town planning (TP) schemes in a time-bound manner to enable planned development of the city. There are 128 TP schemes for the city of Surat that are on different stages of implementations. Of these, only 28 received the final approval so far and 30 are on preliminary stage. Further, 60 are on sanctioned draft TP scheme stage, 7 on draft submitted to government stage and

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Centre considers metro rail proposal of Assam govt

Centre considers metro rail proposal of Assam govt

The central government is said to be considering request from the Assam government for implementing metro rail project in the north eastern state. Metro rail projects are becoming popular across many cities in the country. The union urban development ministry has to clear a proposal to set up metro rail system in the country as it is partly financed by th

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UP cabinet clears phase I of metro rail project

UP cabinet clears phase I of metro rail project

At a cabinet meeting presided by Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadav, the Uttar Pradesh government decided to begin work on the first phase of the Lucknow metro rail project on North-South corridor. The project would be implemented on the lines of Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (DMRC). The state government formed the Lucknow Metro Rail Corporation (LMRC) to oversee the construction work and finali

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Govt begins trial run on STP at Muttathara

Govt begins trial run on STP at Muttathara

Reports indicate that the government began trial runs on the sewage treatment plant (STP) at Muttathara in Thiruvananthapuram. The government would conduct the trial run for the first three months, reports indicate. The original capacity of the plant is 107 million litre per day, but only 42 mn ld sewage reach the STP from the core areas of the city

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Punjab cabinet clears policy to regularise colonies

Punjab cabinet clears policy to regularise colonies

At a meeting of the cabinet headed by Punjab Chief Minister Parkash Singh Badal, it was decided to clear the policy for Compounding or Regularization of Unauthorized Colonies or Buildings. The cabinet decided to approve the policy under the Punjab Laws (Special Provisions) Act-2013. The move would enable the government to provide basic civic amenities to about 5,000 colonies and 2 lakh indivi

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