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Metro rail work to start on Hingna Road from March

Nagpur: Work on metro rail from Lokmanya Nagar (Hingna Road) to Rani Jhansi Square will begin from mid-March. Work on the Mihan depot to Munje Square (Sitabuldi) section has already started and has now reached Wardha Road. Thus by March, civil work ... Times of India, 1 month ago

Greens red flag NMC's move to cut 159 trees for road

Nagpur: The much-awaited construction of a new road connecting North Ambazari Road with Amravati Road in Sitabuldi has hit another road block. This time it is protest from environment activists after the Nagpur Municipal Corporation's garden ...
 Times of India1 month ago
India Today

Centre puts infrastructure projects on hold to unclog Delhi roads

The public works department (PWD) of the Delhi government has begun work on two long-pending flyovers at Dhaula Kuan to free the junction from daily traffic congestion. The proposed flyover near Dhaula Kuan Metro Station will help facilitate ...
 India Today2 days ago
Business Today India

Govt's Rs 3,250-cr infra push to unclog Delhi's six flyovers

There is finally some good news for scores of commuters coming to and from the IGI Airport in the national Capital. The public works department (PWD) of the Delhi government has begun work on two long-pending flyovers at Dhaula Kuan to free the ...
 Business Today India2 days ago

Subhas Chandra Bose: The myths, the distortions and the biases

By Saswati Sarkar, Shanmukh and Dikgaj Editor's note: In its weekend edition that appeared on 30 January, Firstpost carried a lengthy exploration of the meaning Subhas Chandra Bose holds to Indians. Given the polarised views such an inquiry ...
 Firstpost.com4 days ago

Civic bodies spend Rs 1 cr per month on e-projects, reveals RTI

icipal corporations are crying over its empty coffers, sources informed this reporter that more than Rs 1,000 crore has gone down the drain on various civic projects. The three municipal corporations are splurging as much as Rs 65 crore over the ...
 New Delhi Pioneer4 days ago
Millennium Post

Crying shame: Projects that could have helped cash-strapped MCDs gather dust

6 February 2016, New Delhi, Anup Verma While the BJP ruled-MCDs are crying for lack of funds to pay the salaries of its employees, at the same time their mismanagement and corruption to host the projects which turned to be cropper or ...
 Millennium Post4 days ago

Isolated Indian tribes struggle for basic facilities

Lalitpur: Fifty-year-old Ram Kishan went through a nightmare when his 5-year-old daughter developed severe fever and fell unconscious. Not only is there no medical help in his village in the northern Indian state of Uttar Pradesh, there are no ...
 UCAN India1 week ago

Traffic jams due to stir, Martyr's Day restrictions

The article below represents a preview only and is not meant for reuse or republishing. NEW DELHI, Jan. 31 -- Traffic was affected on several key arterial roads across the city throughout Saturday due to the corporation workers' protest as well as ...
 HT Syndication1 week ago

Another part of elevated corridor opens

New Delhi: The third section of the 23.6km-long Vikaspuri-Wazirabad elevated corridor was opened for traffic on Sunday. The 3.8km-long stretch from Madhuban Chowk to Mukarba Chowk has been completed for Rs 300 crore against a sanctioned budget of Rs ...
 Times of India2 weeks ago
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