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1.FASTags set the tone for Digital India

Government extends deadline to obtain FASTags, will aid in sale of highway road assets

2.Data centres:India’s most attractive emerging asset class

A recent Colliers India investment report solicited responses from the top 40 institutional investors in the country to understand their investment priorities in 2019.

3.Data centres: India’s emerging asset class

Data centres are attracting an unprecedented numbers of investors and developers

4.Better Centre-state coordination and adequate and timely funding will be required for smart cities

The smart city mission along with other new-age initiatives like Digital India is expected to remain top priority in the Government’s development-led agenda.

5.Does India need MODI-fication?

The billion-dollar question is not what the budget holds for the country but what the voter holds between his heart and his mind.

6.IT services and infrastructure to lead India to become a $10 trillion economy by 2030

The Indo- European Business Forum (IEBF) recently unveiled its report titled ‘Moving Towards a $10 trillion Economy: India 2030’, at the 'Global Investment Conclave on Investment Opportunities in New India' in the UK’s House of Lords, London.

7.Rs 500 billion is expected to flow in for the creation of warehousing facilities in India between 2018-2020. CW explores demand drivers, design specifications, role of IT, and more...

Sometimes numbers speak louder than words: India is reportedly set to witness investments close to Rs 500 billion for the creation of warehousing facilities between 2018 and 2020.

8.Can Digital India have a major role to play in the smart cities mission? Find out!

'The major support from Digital India to the Smart Cities mission has come in the form of Aadhaar,' says Korath V Mathew, IT and e-Governance Consultant. 'The second important initiative is the common service centre, which is supplementing the smart cities; and third is the digitisation programme.'

9.Smart cities opportunity in India worth $4 bn

According to Quantela, a company that provides artificial intelligence-based smart city solutions, India's smart cities business opportunities is worth nearly $4 bn.

10.The whole concept of digital cities has been steadily gaining traction, believe Santanu Das, Senior and Phil Christensen, Bentley Systems

While Santanu Das, Senior Vice President, Design and Simulation, Bentley Systems, manages global sales, marketing, development and services of the company's building, plant, electrical, civil, and reality modelling applications, Phil Christensen, Senior Vice President, Reality Modelling and Cloud Services, Bentley Systems, is responsible for the company's portfolio of reality modelling software and cloud services.

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