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1.Smart cities: Designed for growth

June 25, will be remembered as a red-letter day in the history of urban India as three mission programmes with a huge spend were launched, all backed by India´s dynamic Prime Minister Narendra Modi: Smart Cities

2.The Smart Cities Challenge

Managing the high level of urbanisation has made it imperative for the government to resort to smart concepts and solutions. For India, this has resulted in the identification and planning of 100 smart cities.

3.Cutting-edge clean

As urbanisation has gathered momentum during the past few decades, the ubiquitous growth of buildings - residential, commercial and industrial - has accelerated the serious effects of climate change. Given their tremendous use of energy, HVAC (heating, ventilation and air-conditioning) systems have exacerbated the impact of global warming.

4.Rajasthan submits action plan under AMRUT

Rajasthan became the first state in the country to submit its annual action plan under the newly launched AMRUT

5.Smart Buildings Summit 2015 takes off...

Buildings today are complex concatenations of structures, systems and technology. Over time, each of the components inside a building has been developed and improved, allowing modern-day building owners to select its features independently. Smart buildings go well beyond just using smart materials and protocols.

6.We are looking at acquisition of mid-size EPC companies for water

Infrastructure is vital for any economy to function. Vishvaraj Infrastructure Ltd (VIL) has been actively involved in developing water and transportation sector projects on the PPP model.

7.Decoding the Budget

The Indian construction industry has grown consistently in the recent past. The overall gross value addition (at current prices) has been around 8.04 per cent and around 26.87 per cent of the overall industry sector´s contribution.

8.Rs.7,940 cr to be raised for Indore project

Even as the estimated cost of transforming Indore into a smart city´ is Rs 5,108 crore, the city municipal corporation has drafted a plan to raise Rs 7,940 crore

9.We will construct around 10,000 housing units in a phased manner

Termed as a single revenue source corporation, Lucknow Municipal Corporation (LMC) is leaving no stone unturned to fund the city's planned infrastructure projects through alternate resources.

10.Kurnool to join the smart league

Kurnool will be developed into a smart city with works worth Rs 200 crore executed on the lines of Vijayawada and Guntur. Under the Centrally-funded Atal Mission for Rejuvenation and Urban Transformation (AMRUT) scheme, cement roads, drains, electricity and drinking water supply works will be planned in the city, amounting to over Rs 60 crore