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Make Public Art an essential component for developmental work in Delhi: Puri

In many National Capitals of the world, public spaces are seen as an opportunity for displaying Creative Art Work. Such creative and artistic works not only beautify the city but also capture its soul, says Puri

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Trimble Launches its Railway Solutions Portfolio in India

The company is eyeing at providing end-to-end railways lifecycle solutions aimed at transforming Indian Railways and urban metro rail projects in over 20 cities across India.

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NDMC installs 15 smart poles in Connaught Place, Delhi

The municipal council has instituted the smart poles in the business and financial centre, Connaught Place in New Delhi. Adding value to the lighting infrastructure in the city, the poles have LED lights and are Wi-Fi enabled.

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Government picks 11 cities for Rs. 437 cr pilot project under FAME India

Cities selected to launch the pilot project of Multi-Modal Electric Public Transport for introducing electric buses, taxis and three-wheelers

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Delhi reports 485 fresh dengue cases last week

Of the 2,215 cases of dengue, 1,177 affected people were residents of Delhi, while the rest were patients from other states. Of the 1,177 cases of Delhi residents, 348 were reported this month.

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In Delhi, daily 8 people on average die due to pollution: SC

A bench of Justices M B Lokur and P C Pant quoted a study of a Boston-based institute which said that every year around 3000 people die in Delhi due to air pollution-related diseases.

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Dalhousie Road renamed as Dara Shikoh Road

NDMC today renamed Dalhousie Road in the national capital as Dara Shikoh

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Delhi increased driving licence fee by five-folds

Getting a driving licence will cost Delhiites five times more while taking a driving test would also be expensive with a six-fold hike in base fees as RTOs in the city from Monday started charging new rates revised by the Centre.

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Water, sewage projects hit due to demonetisation: Mishra

The ongoing water and sewage projects in the city have been affected due to demonetisation and if cash crunch continues, all projects will come to a standstill, Delhi Water Minister Kapil Mishra said.

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Environment Min to issue advisory to tackle pollution

Terming Delhi's smog situation a serious issue, Environment Minister Anil Madhav Dave said his ministry will soon issue an advisory to the states concerned on taking up short, medium and long term measures to tackle air pollution, after holding wide consultations.

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