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Government defers proposal on relaxing FDI norms for housing
Nov 14, 2013
DELHI: The government today deferred a proposal on relaxing FDI norms for the housing sector. "Minister of Urban Development Kamal Nath has requested for deferment of the proposal," a source said.
JNNURM period extended for two more years
Aug 21, 2013
DELHI: The Government (Ministry of Urban Development, Government of India) has extended the period of JNNURM for 2 more years for completion of ongoing projects/ reforms. It has further approved sanctioning of new projects upto 31.03.2014 as a transitional phase. JNNURM completed its normal tenure of 7 years on 31st March, 2012.
Won’t allow high-rises in Delhi as long as I’m alive: Sheila
Jun 29, 2013
DELHI: Delhi Chief Minister Sheila Dikshit on Friday continued to oppose Urban Development Minister Kamal Nath’s push for vertical growth in the city, saying she will not allow construction of high-rise buildings as long as she is alive.
Govt looking at transit oriented development option
Oct 08, 2012
New Delhi: Lamenting the poor state of urban planning in India where 40 million people are living in unplanned areas in the capital itself, Urban Development minister Kamal Nath today said government was looking at Transit Oriented Development as an option. "Just in Delhi, we have 40 million people living in unauthorised colonies....40 million people...Over 1600 unauthorised colonies, that was
Govt planning 2 'smart' cities in all state
Oct 02, 2012
New Delhi: Government is planning to develop two 'smart' cities with a host of modern features like intelligent transport and carbon neutral status in each of the states in the second phase of the Jawaharlal Nehru National Urban Renewal mission. "We have an urban renewal mission which means that the central government funds the cities and one of our programmes is that we propose to have two sm
No alternative to developing high-rise buildings in Delhi: Kamal Nath
Oct 01, 2012
NEW DELHI: Urban Development Minister Kamal Nath today hit back at those critical of his suggestion that Delhi should choose vertical growth through high rise buildings by saying that some people were raising doubts but had no alternative solution to offer. "Now Delhi can't expand with Haryana on one side and you've got UP on the other side. Where does Delhi expand? What is the kind of urban p
India will have to use its land more efficiently: Kamal Nath
Jul 03, 2012
Singapore: Highlighting the strong growth in its urban population, India, one of the densest nations in the world, today said that it is working on ways to use its land more efficiently. India's 12th Five-Year Plan outlines the need to increase efficiency in land use, as urbanisation increases and the number of Indian cities rises to 70 in the next decade from 55 at present with the flow of p

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