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1.thyssenkrupp Elevator (India) to power India’s largest convention and exhibition complex with 53 elevators, 39 escalators and 4 moving walks.

thyssenkrupp Elevator (India) has been chosen by IICC and the developer Larsen & Toubro to equip this Exhibition-Cum-Convention Centre with its high-end, efficient and elegant 53 elevators, 39 escalators and four moving walks.


2.A smart city entails end to end connectivity with a robust security system in place; Leaptor offers a range of products to meet the aforesaid objectives.

Urbanisation is now becoming the most happening global phenomenon. According to the United Nations report, about 68 per cent of the world's population will reside in urban areas by 2050. More and more people will be migrating to the metro region, putting more pressure on urban planning. Policymakers will need to optimise the management of their communities to create sustainable economic stability. We are living in the age of smart cities with rapid advancement of connected devices, software systems, and information communications technologies.


3.Command and Control Centres help in monitoring COVID-19 cases

The Smart Cities Mission’s integrated data dashboards are being used at ICCCs.


4.COVID-19: Lessons from Asian cities

CW’s webinar discusses how Asian cities are coping with the pandemic and possible strategies to overcome the crisis.


5.How cities are combating Covid-19

When it comes to disease upsurge, cities are a big part of the issue.


6.India welcomes investment from Saudi Arabia for infrastructure projects: PM Modi

As reported, Prime Minister Narendra Modi has stated that India is keen on promoting its cooperation with Saudi Arabia, with a major player being investments in the infrastructure sector. During his visit to the Middle Eastern country, Modi emphasised that the two nations were bringing their forces together in a bid to reduce inequality and boost sustainable development.


7.PM Modi inaugurates country’s first greenfield industrial smart city in Aurangabad.

Reportedly, Prime Minister Narendra Modi inaugurated the Aurangabad Industrial City (AURIC) which is spread over 10,000 acre and is India’s first greenfield industrial smart city, as a part of the upcoming Delhi-Mumbai industrial corridor.


8.Infrastructure upgrade ahead for Leh as it may get the ‘Smart City’ tag

Post Ladakh being declared a Union Territory, it is likely that it’s headquarter Leh will be the next city to be awarded the ‘Smart City’ tag


9.Our strength lies in designing the equipment we require for our projects in-house

Here’s a company that has been registered as a ‘super special class’ contractor with the Ministry of Defence.


10.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.


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