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Absence of healthcare policy ails corpn

CHENNAI: With the monsoon only two months away, the corporation's rain preparedness should have included control of vector borne diseases. However, absence of a comprehensive policy with preventive healthcare as a crucial component is coming in the ... Times of India, 1 week ago

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Deccan Chronicle, 7 months ago
The Hindu

60 lakh notes destroyed daily

The currency paper is made of cotton and cotton rag and those of lower denominations are likely to be soiled sooner if the use is higher. The RBI-Chennai region receives soiled and mutilated currency notes periodically from banks across the State ...
 The Hindu2 weeks ago

Capital construction: Expert faults Swiss Challenge method

The outright rejection of the recommendations of the Sivaramakrishnan committee on the construction of the capital city of Andhra Pradesh came in for severe criticism by M.G. Devasahayam who was a for...
 The Hindu3 weeks ago

Expert picks holes in Swiss Challenge method

It should have been an unsolicited or a suo motuproposal but it was not, which makes the developer agreement that the GoAP had signed voidab initio(from the beginning), he asserted. Against norms Addressing a seminar on Construction of Amaravati - the ...
 The Hindu3 weeks ago

More buildings may attain heritage tag

CHENNAI: More unrecognised buildings with heritage value in the city may soon find a place in the draft heritage draft list. The Chennai Metropolitan Development Authority (CMDA) has commenced the fourth phase of documenting such buildings. ...
 Times of India1 month ago

Don't build capital on floodplains: Experts

The current Master Plan would be an invasive city that would take three times more resources than a Natural City which included the concept of urban agriculture, Prof. Soni said. Former administrator of Chandigarh and retired IAS officer M.G.
 The Hindu1 month ago

Do not build Amaravati on Krishna river floodplains

The Natural City Master plan for Amaravati preserved the floodplain to use it as a perennial source of quality water for the inhabitants of the city. Noted urban planning experts Vikram Soni and Romi Khosla have asked the Andhra Pradesh ...
 The Hindu1 month ago

Amaravati: Experts to present alternative plan

: The Capital Area Farmers Rights Protection Committee will organise a presentation on the issues concerning environment in the capital city on Tuesday. The presentation will be held at the Indian Medical Association hall at 10 a.m. in which ...
 The Hindu1 month ago
Deccan Chronicle

Headless CMDA leaves builders worried

Chennai: Almost a fortnight has passed since the government shifted a top official of the Chennai Metropolitan Development Authority (CMDA), but it is yet to find a replacement, raising concerns over delay in approval for housing projects if the ...
 Times of India1 month ago CMDA committee may lose teeth  Deccan Chronicle2 months ago CMDA refuses to regularise bldg on Marina  Times of India2 months ago

TNHB-constructed bldgs lie unused

CHENNAI: Covered by vegetation outside and full of spider webs inside, a police station abandoned for the past 20 years speaks of the sorry state of affairs in Ayapakkam village panchayat. Several buildings constructed by the Tamil Nadu Housing ...
 Times of India1 month ago
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