India is about to breach the $2 trillion GDP mark, as it works its way through the lower end of the middle-income-nation spectrum.

The National Highway Authority of India (NHAI) has decided to carry out four-laning of the Parwanoo-Shimla section of the NH-22 under a single project, instead of two separate projects as planned earlier. As per the decision, the Rs 808 crore project for the Parwanoo-Solan section and Rs 1,800 crore project for the Solan-Shimla section had been combined into a single project which would cost Rs 1,786 crore.

The decision was taken after work on the four-laning of Parwanoo-Solan was delayed due to redesigning of the project to change the alignment of some portions to avoid large-scale demolition of commercial and residential structures along the road.

To decongest Shimla’s traffic, the Himachal Pradesh government has come up with an ambitious monorail project proposal for the hill station.

Himachal’s Urban Development Minister Sudhir Sharma said he, along with Chief Minister Virbhadra Singh, met the Union Urban Development Minister Kamal Nath over the issue. “Kamal Nath has asked the Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (DMRC) to carry out a survey and prepare a feasibility report in six months,” Sharma said on Sunday.

In this report for the year 2010-11 CAG has slammed Himachal Pradesh government for not achieving the targets on sewage treatment, as the state treated only 12 per cent of the total sewage generated in Shimla.

SHIMLA: Agriculture sector has got big boost in Himachal Pradesh during the last four years as it is the mainstay of the people.

Even as decongestion of the town by way of having three satellite townships and shifting of the grain, timber and vegetable markets and other services to the outskirts of the town have been suggest

The Keran Taryamber Kisan Kalyan Samiti has filed a complaint before the SP, Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI), Shimla, alleging that Harish Cement Company was cheating farmers whose land would

The Objectives of the City Sanitation Plan in Shimla are: To adopt a demand-based strategy and community participation in planning, implementation and management of sanitation infrastructure; To adopt locally suitable methods, technologies and materials, and provide necessary facilitation support to the Municipal Corporation; To encourage commu

The key objective of the CDP is to formulate a development strategy for meeting emerging challenges of infrastructure and create enabling environment for the growth of economy. The CDP of Shimla attempts to highlight the role of each and

This recent report by Christian Aid based on study across 12 Indian cities explores whether they are ready to withstand climate-related disasters and presents detailed report for these cities including policy implications in relation to Hyogo Framework for Action (HFA). 

This study initiates a discourse on urban risk reduction, inclusive of disaster and cl

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