Tata Technologies & Karnataka sign up 10-year pact to skill one lakh youth every year
Tata Technologies will be leading the Rs 4636 crore project in association with the State’s Skill Development, Entrepreneurship and Livelihood Department. Tata Technologies president Anand Bhade and Skill Development secretary S Selvakumar signed the agreement in chief minister BS Yediyurappa’s presence.
GAP Associates to invest Rs 500 cr to develop nearly 20 projects at Dholera, Gujarat
The company has recently received RERA (Real Estate Regu...
REPL to prepare master plan for industrial corridor in UP’s Gorakhpur
“Technology is playing a defining role in the infrastructure developmen...
Highways ministry relaxes rules to allow wider participation of domestic companies in road projects
In a letter issued to its implementing agencies on Monday, MoRTH relaxed the financial and technical criteria, including the annual average turnover required for qualifying for EPC projects.
View: A leg-up to really start things up
Till date, the Department for Promotion of Industry and Internal Trade (DPIIT) has recognised over 36,000 startups providing employment to 4.2 lakh people, which is an almost 300% growth since 2016.
BRICS Cities & Local Govt Forum pitches for coop among 15 countries
At the end of the Forum, its participants adopted a final declaration in which they emphasized the importance of implementing the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development and the Sustainable Development Goals to improve the quality of life and well-being of the population of cities in the countries of the Forum.
Saudi Arabia signs MoUs with IBM, Alibaba and Huawei on AI
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Proposal to relax eligibility norms for highway projects to ensure larger participation by developers
To overcome delays in highways construction, Ministry of Road Transport and Highways (MoRTH) has already issued some relaxations under AatmaNirbhar Scheme to contractors for the ongoing as well as yet-to-start projects, besides providing some relaxation to bidders in performance security.
Year-long celebrations to mark India's 75th Independence Day in 2021
India will launch year-long celebrations from August 2021 to commemorate 75 years of Independence with a slew of programmes and projects to showcase 'development, governance, technology, reform, progress and policy' over the years.
Leh, Kargil to be developed as smart cities in the newly-formed union territory of Ladakh
Working on a home ministry proposal to improve infrastructure and generate job opportunities in Ladakh, the housing and urban affairs ministry has formed a five-member team under Smart Cities director Rahul Kapoor to guide the union territory in formulating detailed projects reports for both the cities.
Agartala' performance ranked first among smart cities in North-east India: Tripura govt
Tripura government claimed that the success of Agartala Smart City in speeding up the project sanctioning, tendering and implementation has been appreciated by the Secretary, Ministry of Housing and Urban Affairs, Government of India during the review of the North Eastern States recently.
Smart City Mission: Centre devises 20:20 model to boost laggard cities
Here comes the 20:20 model, under which the top 20 cities are set to be paired with the bottom 20.
PM's constituency Varanasi among 20 best performing Smart Cities to guide 'laggard' ones
The Union Housing and Urban Affairs Ministry has paired up 20 best performing cities with the 20 bottom cities and they will work as "sister cities".
Centre to release report card of 'smart cities' in June
It will help cities in moving towards data-driven governance that will eventually improve liveability.
Sweden to help India in building climate neutral smart city
Gurgaon based developer, M3M, signed an agreement with the Swedish company to develop 165 acre smart city project which will attract a foreign investment of around US$ 2 billion. The smart city will take 7-10 years to complete and will look for foreign investments for different services.