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Journey to Atmanirbhar India Starts through Self-reliant Cities

ULBs efficiently monitored health services, provided relief and response, and maintained essential services. The “new normal” in the post-COVID world will most visibly manifest in our cities as we wonder how the pandemic will reshape how we live, work and play. Writes O P Agarwal, CEO, WRI India, and Hitesh Vaidya, Director, National Institute of Urban Affairs

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Greenpeace proposes solar street lights for Delhi's dark spots

The international NGO, Greenpeace India, has proposed lighting up of dark spots in the city using solar street light systems to make such areas crime-proof and safe for women and children

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