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Indian Office Space Sector Sees Revival, Surpasses Pre-COVID Levels in 2023: CREDAI Report

In CY 2023, the annual demand for Grade A office space in India exceeded 62 million square feet, surpassing the average leasing of 54 MSF recorded in CY 2018 and 2019

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UP Govt Accelerates Medical Device Park Project To Boost Industrial Growth

Construction of nine major projects gains momentum at Medical Device Park, YEIDA to monitor the status and progress of major ongoing construction works in UP

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Good Inflection Point For Real Estate Industry: Jyoti Gadia, MD, Resurgent India

The real estate development which, once was restricted to big and metropolitan cities has started progressing towards smaller towns and cities owning the demands of availability of bank loans, higher incomes and improved standard of living

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Cyient Joins the Emergent Alliance to Enable Economic Recovery

Cyient, global engineering, and technology solutions company, announced that it has signed a Statement of Intent with the Emergent Alliance, to use their combined data knowledge to provide new insights and practical applications to the global COVID-19 response.

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New Jobs That Could Exist In Smart Cities

Employment has always been a prime concern of the population, and it is the responsibility of the government to do everything they can to encourage job growth.

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Cities Need Smart Water Management

For a Smart City to be successful, adopting a sustainable mindset is as important as using smart technological innovations. Individuals will need to start adopting eco-friendly practices and products.

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Technology is the only way forward to promote sanitation

Sulabh International is ready for the smart toilets as well, and we have made the first model, which is been approved by the Urban Development Ministry Of India.

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Safe Drinking Water For The Indian Cities

Access of safe drinking water remains a challenge for urban India. Depleting ground water, lack of proper rain water harvesting and rising contamination in the ground water is posing fresh challenge for the Indian cities, especially in low-income or resettlement colonies, which are struggling to get safe and affordable water. While affluent class depend on the water purifier or the bottled water, millions are still dependent on piped water access and other unreliable water sources. Piramal Sarvajal, is an initiative under the aegis of Piramal Foundation, to provide safe drinking water to all. Anuj Sharma, COO, Piramal Sarvajal shares his thoughts with BW SmartCities

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Delhi Cantt Board Steps up Sanitation Plan Ranking

The Delhi cantonment area is spread over 10,791.88 acres and, as per 2011 Census, its population stands at 1,10,351

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Drinking Water Supply Infra to be Augmented in Itanagar

Various sources would be tapped in addition to existing ones to revamp and overhaul the water supply network of the entire capital complex region

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