In the next 18 years, Biharsharif municipal corporation proposes to invest Rs 620.22 crore in three phases on the development of water facilities, drainage, sewerage, roads, social infrastructure, urban poverty eradication etc. This is part of the city development plan finalised by the civic body with the state urban development ministry and a London-based architect firm recently.
Mangu Singh, Managing Director of Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (DMRC) said he preferred Reliance Infrastructure to be the concessionaire for the extension of the high-speed corridor till Gurgaon. However, R-Infra, which is a concessionaire for the Airport Metro Express, expressed its wish to bow out of the agreement. Singh said DMRC would go through a transparent international bidding process to select a concessionaire for the extension
Karnataka government set up five permanent Zero Waste Management site in Mysore and prepare four additional temporary locations to take in at least 5 tons of waste each. This information was given by the Minister in charge of the Mysore district, SA Ramdas. Zero waste management sites have been set up in Kesare, JP Nagar, Bannimantap, Kumbarhalli and other places in order to take in at least 60 tons of solid waste mate
Bangalore Development Authority (BDA) plans to to build four big market complexes at Jayanagar Market, Malleswaram, Seshadripuram and KR Puram Santhe Maidana, reports suggest. However, some critics raise doubts about the ability of the authority to manage shopping complexes. It is learnt that there are 774 shops and office spaces in BDA's 15 commercial complexes in the city. There are som
Karnataka Chief Minister Jagadish Shettar prepared plans to set up a modern and scientific waste management system in Bangalore. The plan, which aims to set up one processing unit in each of Bangalore’s 28 assembly constituencies, aims to decentralize waste processing in the long-term.
The Hyderabad Metropolitan Water Supply and Sewerage Board (HMWS&SB) intends to set up a Rs 141.07 crore water treatment plant (WTP) as part of the phase III work on the proposed Krishna drinking water supply project. The proposed 410 million litre per day (MLD) capacity WTP will be set up at Kodandapur and this would supply treated water to the city through Krishna project
In order to fund civic works and administrative expenses, Nashik Municipal Corporation (NMC) decided to withdraw fixed deposits (FDs) worth Rs 20 crore from state-run banks. This is 40 percent of its total FDs worth Rs 50 crore. The civic body plans to create fresh FDs for the same amo
Larson and Toubro (L&T) has been roped in by the Bangalore Water Supply and Sewerage Board (BWSSB) to study the source of Unaccounted Water Connections (UWC) and suggest remedies to plug the leakage of water. It is learnt that the board has been suffering revenue loss because of water leakage and unaccounted water, whic