Fill up 6,057 potholes that dot the city roads within 48 hoursor be prepared to face action, the state government directed the municipal corporation, city’s development agency and the public works

The contractors, it seems, are not heeding the civic body even after specific instructions.

New Delhi: Efforts to decongest the roads in south Delhi continue, with the Public Works Department now looking at constructing three flyovers

To bridge the infrastructure deficit in both quality and quantity, Prime Minister Manmohan Singh has asked the road transport and highways ministry and NHAI to expedite the awarding of projects.

Bangalore: A 54-yr-old school, temple and other buildings will also be affected
COST OF DEVELOPMENT: A view of Sankey Road lined with trees. Secure a picture of the green canopy with a pristine lake at Sankey Road, as it will soon be history in a week's time.

The BBMP is hell bent on widening the road from Cauvery Theatre to Malleswaram 18th Cross and has issued a work order.

The Chief Minister, Mr Kiran Kumar Reddy, has put the final approval of the HMDA Master Plan on hold as he wanted certain changes made including enhancing the green cover in the Master Plan.

During the third HMDA board meeting chaired by the Chief Minister, various issues were discussed including the draft extended area Master Plan of the HMDA.

The Chief Minister suggested enhancing the Gree

Authority officials have drawn a blueprint to widen, strengthen and redesign roads so that everyone who wants to be a part of this most desired residential and industrial hub steers clear of any chaos that can be caused by traffic jams

The cityscape of Noida is all set to change.

Roads in various parts of the city would soon be cleaned using mechanical sweepers.
The Municipal Corporation of Delhi's Standing Committee meeting on Monday cleared the proposal after a long delay of three years.

MCD Standing Committee chairman Yogender Chandolia said:

This new report on Indian urban infrastructure and services by the High Powered Expert Committee (HPEC) chaired by Isher Judge Ahluwalia set up by the Ministry of Urban Development in May, 2008 documents the nature of the urbanisation challenges facing India. It argues that the challenge of managing urbanisation will have to be addressed through a combination of increased investment and strengthening the framework for governance. 


Though the Municipal Corporation of Delhi (MCD) has announced an ambitious Rs 1, 000-crore plan for concretisation of city’s roads for longevity, the records show that the agency has utilised only Rs 20 lakh till September 2010 in the last financial year, however, the total budget allocation was Rs 95 crore for the purpose.