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10 factors that make a city really smart
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10 factors that make a city really smart

The National Democratic Alliance (NDA) government has certainly focused India's attention on the urbanisation imperative and got the "smart city" concept buzzing. Image: Indian government has plans to develop mega cities that have robust infrastructure and other civic amenities. Photograph: Reuters As things stand, the urbanisation agenda is in three parts: urban renewal of 500 cities; rejuvenation of heritage cities (like Varanasi), and the implementation of 100 smart cities; understood to ... Rediff.com, 1 day ago
Deccan Chronicle

Mahesh Bhatt brings India and Pakistan together in new play 'Milne Do'

Director Mahesh Bhatt with his protégé Imran Zahid. Mumbai: Mahesh Bhatt, in an endeavour to find common ground between India and Pakistan, is all set to produce and present a play 'Milne Do'. A collaborative effort of theatre actors from the ...
 Deccan Chronicle5 days ago Bhatt brings India & Pakistan together again  India FM4 days ago Mahesh Bhatt brings India & Pakistan toge...  India FM4 days ago

The art of war and diplomacy

China is actively blocking India's diplomatic initiatives to go to the high table of the Security Council. Our defeatist attitude not only emboldens the Chinese but also delivers a severe jolt to the morale of our populace and security institutions, ...
 New Delhi Pioneer1 week ago
The Hindu

The Ranji Trophy is finally upon us

Comment · print · T T T+· T- BEST IN INDIA: The Karnataka team, seen here at a felicitation by KSCA in Bengaluru in June, will be aiming for an encore.- FILE PHOTO TOPICS After a week that cast the shadow of death upon our ...
 The Hindu1 week ago
The Hindu

The Ranji Trophy is finally upon us

After a week that cast the shadow of death upon our utopian-construct called sport, life will certainly go on. Phil Hughess demise has wrung every ounce of grief from the sporting fraternity, but it is also time for cricket to echo across Indian venues as far ...
 The Hindu1 week ago
Livemint.com

An orderly world

The United Nations headquarters in New York. Photo: Bloomberg If one spells out China, India, Israel, Pakistan and the US in the same breath, the word to describe the combination will be disharmony. On Tuesday, the United Nations General ...
 Livemint.com2 weeks ago
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India's systemic flaws, a big barrier to growth

Apart from inadequate infrastructure, which must be well-orchestrated to achieve supportive ecosystems for investment and operations, the tax-claims fallout continues to undermine growth prospects. A labourer carries a sack filled with cabbage to load it onto a supply van at a vegetable wholesale market in Chennai. Photograph: Babu/Reuters On the face of it, several developments augur well for the economy. But major systemic flaws persist that must be overcome. Some gains have resulted from ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago Shyam Ponappa: India's systemic flaws  Sify1 month ago India's systemic flaws  Business Standard India1 month ago

Letters: Managing India

This refers to Bharat Bhushan's article "The pitfalls of being Modi" (November 19). In today's context, it is a fact that even in a family it is impossible for a single leading voice - who does not like dissent - to command that kind of respect and ...
 Business Standard India3 weeks ago

Chacha's Musty Coat-Tails

Staunch opposition Acharya J.B. Kripalani Opinion Nehru cost India 50 years of growth. His legacy is a petty dynasty. Zareer Masani Isn't it time we got over our nostalgia for a Nehruvian golden age, when India was ...
 Outlook India1 month ago
New Indian Express

Safety of Women, Still a Utopian Concept

HYDERABAD: It is simply not okay to touch me without my permission, and It's downright infuriating that I have to fight for that basic right over my own body every single day, Aditi Gautam (name changed), a student of city college posted on her ...
 New Indian Express1 month ago
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