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1 in 9 people die of air pollution: WHO

2 Indians die every minute due to air pollution: Study

Patna and New Delhi are found to be the worst polluted cities of the world for PM 2.5 levels Business Standard, 1 day ago

8,521 images for world cities

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New blueprints may help diagnose challenges faced by cities

Scientists have developed a blueprints for cities around the world that could help policy makers take more effective actions to boost the quality of life for residents in countries like India.
 DNA2 weeks ago

Here's a list of cities bidding for the 2024 Olympics

IMAGE: German fans pose with a replica of World Cup trophy. Photograph: Drawlio Joca/Getty Images The three cities bidding for the 2024 summer Olympics submitted on Friday the third and last part of their bid books to the International Olympic Committee which will pick the winner in September. Here are details on the bids: LOS ANGELES Previous Olympics: 1932, 1984 Proposed dates: July 19-Aug. 4 Construction: Does not need to build any new permanent venues. Budget: $5.3 billion Concept: ...
 Rediff.com2 weeks ago

Bengaluru bags 12th position in the list of world's top 20 tech-rich cities

Reinforcing the city's status of being one of India's premier technology centres, Bengaluru's figures at number 12 in the Top 20 technology-rich cities globally. This is according to a survey conducted by global property consultant firm, Jones Lang LaSalle ...
 catchnews.com1 week ago Bengaluru pips Silicon Valley, becomes the most dynamic city in the world  Rediff.com1 month ago Dynamic city vs unsafe city: Govt, Oppn debate  Deccan Herald6 days ago

Uber Launches uberHIRE in 9 Cities for Travellers & Tourists!

The largest cab-hailing company in the world, Uber, is taking some key steps to strengthen its hold in India. While this service is not available anywhere in this world right now, Uber has started to pilot uberHIRE in a few cities of India. This new service ...
 Trak.in2 weeks ago The Uber threat to Swiggy, Zomato  Rediff.com3 weeks ago
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How smart cities are building the future

Urban residents accounted for 54 percent of the total global population in 2014, according to the World Health Organization, and that figure was projected to grow nearly 2 percent each year until 2020.
 Money Control1 week ago

Land rights key to fixing Africa's crowded, costly cities - World Bank

By Katy Migiro NAIROBI, Feb 9 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Africa needs to reform its systems for buying and selling land and invest aggressively in urban infrastructure to create jobs, end poverty and reduce cities' high living costs, the World Bank said ...
 DNA1 week ago
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Fine Particulate Air Pollution in China Linked to Respiratory, Cardiovascular Deaths

The average annual exposure to PM2.5 in the Chinese cities was 56 micrograms per cubic meter (g/m3) - well above the World Health Organization air quality guidelines of 10 g/m3. * Each 10 g/m3 increase in air pollution was associated with a 0.22% increase in ...
 Med India1 week ago

Gen Bajwa never said about 'emulating India', clarifies Pak Army as row erupts

General Bajwa had only citied India as an example to explain how it managed its democracy without involving the Army in governance, the spokesman said. 
 Zee News10 hours ago

Someone bought Hitler's dreaded red telephone for Rs 1.6 crore

Adolf Hitler's personal telephone which the Nazi dictator used to give deadly orders during the World War II has been sold for a whopping $243,000 (Rs 1.62 crore), more than double the starting price, at a US auction. The identity of the buyer for the Fuehrer's Siemens rotary telephone, who bid by phone, has not been made public. The phone, which has the Nazi leader's name engraved on it and a swastika, was found in his Berlin bunker in 1945. Soviet soldiers gave it to British officer Sir ...
 Rediff.com14 hours ago
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