In A significant move ahead of the upcoming Shimla Municipal Corporation elections, the government on Wednesday cleared the decks for relaxing the ban on new constructions in the town’s green belt.

The NCR Planning Board on Thursday gave a conditional approval for Greater Noida Master Plan 2021, which will pave the way for development of Noida Extension without any further delay.

With an aim to do away with ‘inspector raj’ , Union Minister for Urban Development Kamal Nath said the new Delhi Master Plan should be made user-friendly and futuristic for the benefit of the commo

As per the Electricity Act, 2003, CEA is to prepare the National Electricity Plan (NEP) once in five years. The Act stipulates that CEA, while preparing the NEP, shall publish the draft of the same and invite suggestions and objections thereon from licensees, generating companies and the public.

Expanding cities threaten to eat up a swath of land the size of France, Germany and Spain combined in less than 20 years, putting the world under even more environmental pressure, experts said at a

The Punjab and Haryana High Court today made it clear that the Tata Camelot Housing Project coming up in Punjab’s Kansal village could proceed further only after grant of clearances, sanctions, per

Tertiary care plays an important role in determining the structure of the healthcare system and universal access to it. Breaking away from western-oriented tertiary care medical knowledge, a number of issues have to be rethought to defi ne tertiary care in the Indian setting that can be provided by the existing system. Providing tertiary care with district health services will mutually reinforce both and provide healthcare that is affordable and appropriate to local conditions.

Some interesting insights into what citizens think of the Delhi Master Plan-2021(MPD-2021) and how it impacts them, its errors and failures, and ways to improve and streamline it can be gleaned fro

In picturesque Pahalgam, tucked in the sub-Himalayan ranges near the confluence of Sheshnag and Aru streams, villagers are fighting to safeguard an eco-sensitive region from a controversial Master

The Sri Lankan government has withdrawn the Town and Country Planning (Amendment) Bill presented to the parliament.