Meghalaya for 2013-14 was on Tuesday finalized at Rs 4151 crore following a meeting between Deputy Chairman, Planning Commission, Dr.

The nondescript Jasauti village in Pahari tehsil of Bharatpur district on the Rajasthan-Haryana border has emerged as bhindi gaon (village of lady’s fingers) sending over a dozen vehicles filled wi

MUMBAI: The city's draft development plan (DP) will not be published in October as planned.

New Delhi: In a bid to deliver on its promises to residents of unauthorized colonies, the Delhi government is seeking relaxation in Master Plan 2021 and building control norms so that regularizatio

Hectic parleys with political parties have been ongoing in the past few months to reach a consensus on the Land Acquisition, Rehabilitation and Resettlement Bill, 2011, so that it gets passed in th

The Delhi Development Authority’s public notice announcing its intention to excise 61.59 acres from the Zone O (River Zone) and include it in Zone D has drawn sharp criticism from environmentalists

In a major decision, the Jammu and Kashmir High Court has directed the authorities not to grant permission for raising any new constructions at Gulmarg and has asked them to expedite the Gulmarg Ma

New Delhi: Delhi may be far from being the global city that the government tells us it is, but in a new survey on the state of city systems, the capital has done well on at least two parameters — f

Bangladesh is one of the most climate-vulnerable countries in the world. The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) estimates that by 2050, 17 per cent of Bangladesh will have been claimed by rising seas, forcing 20 million people to relocate.

The new land pooling policy, which will encourage active involvement of the private sector, is likely to be tabled for approval at a meeting of the Delhi Development Authority (DDA) on Tuesday.

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