India’s ‘smart’ cities plan risks leaving millions behind

India’s ‘smart’ cities plan risks leaving millions behind

With the urban influx showing few signs of slowing, experts are sceptical of govt’s plans for high-tech, environmentally friendly cities
The common ground between Greater Noida, Gurgaon and Goa

The common ground between Greater Noida, Gurgaon and Goa

Real estate, or more specifically, housing as an investment, is a common thread between the Delhi NCR outgrowths and the laidback state
World Bank to lend $1.1 billion for eastern railway freight corridor

World Bank to lend $1.1 billion for eastern railway freight corridor

Agreement is second after loan of $975 million for 343km Khurja-Kanpur section of project approved by World Bank in 2011
Modi keen on second airports, ensure connectivity with metro rail

Modi keen on second airports, ensure connectivity with metro rail

Aviation ministry has asked Airports Authority of India (AAI) to study the capacity of airports across India
India welcomes Internet taxi ban, but demands more transport for women

India welcomes Internet taxi ban, but demands more transport for women

Activists called on authorities to ensure women’s mobility in Delhi did not suffer as govt halts operations of Web-based taxi firms
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