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1.We are bringing in expertise that can be made available to 100 cities in India - Nadir Patel, High Commissioner for Canada to India

Twenty-eight leading Canadian urban infrastructure, Internet of things (IoT) and artificial intelligence (AI) companies visited India last month to explore collaboration opportunities with Indian businesses in the infrastructure and smart cities sector.


Talk about an action-packed year! With RERA, GST, the Benami Act, FDI reforms, and more, there was never a dull moment in 2016. Adding to it all was the landmark day for India- November 8, 2016 - when demonetisation was announced.

3.India will significantly improve the liveability of its cities within the next 20-30 years

With over 25 years of professional, research and teaching experience in architecture, urban design and urban planning, Dr Bimal Patel has created a portfolio of work that is internationally recognised. President of CEPT University in Ahmedabad and Director at HCP Design Planning and Management, he is also the founder of Environmental Planning Collaborative, a not-for-profit, planning research

4.2nd Smart Cities Summit 2015

After a successful first edition in Mumbai last August, the 2nd edition of the Sm@rt Cities Summit was held at India Habitat Centre, New Delhi, on February 17-18, 2015. Organised by FIRST Sm@rt Cities Council, the two-day summit aimed to bring all stakeholders under one roof for an impressive exchange of ideas with the theme,

5.Co-lab: Experiments for the City

Community development is an essential part of urban planning; this holds true not just in the structures that are built for work, stay and play but also in the initiatives that guide urban living.

6.Cloud zero

Last month's death dance in the Himalayan region - the extent of the loss and the numbers yet to be assessed - has thrown up valuable lessons in maintenance of environment as well as the need for construction norms to be followed in both letter and spirit.

7.Talk of the Town!

With an ever growing population and weak urban planning, the chinks in the infrastructure of our teeming metropolises are already showing.

8.Draft It Right

In addition to credits and debt collections, the most essential aspect of a business is pre-contract negotiations, writes DEEPAK M THAKKAR. VThe fate of a business is essentially decided by how it manages its credits and debt collections.