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Asian architecture is moving on Green path

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The green building movement is picking up its pace in Asia and in the last twelve years it has made some rapid strides. While conservationists say it is ...
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Land pooling – a solution to India’s land acquisition woes?

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Urbanisation is the happening thing and it’s a world over phenomenon, not restricted just to India. In other words, urban areas will expand in the coming areas and ...
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Providing drinking water should be next priority

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Talking about water scarcity while sitting in the midst of deluge? True, it’s the sorry state of affairs of ours and many other developing economies. Many parts of ...
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Making cities flood proof

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This Monsoon too confirms that we haven’t learnt any lessons from our past mistakes. Parts of Gujarat, Maharashtra, Karnataka, Kerala, Bihar and Assam – all have become victims ...
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Urban mobility problems can be solved through right diagnosis

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One of the biggest problems faced by us in cities in India is the slow mobility and long hours of travel to and from place of work. With ...
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Ceramics industry overcoming short term hiccups

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The ceramic industry can be broadly classified under ceramic tiles, sanitary ware and crockery. The overall industry is estimated to be around Rs 27,000 crore as at the ...
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We need National Urban Policy urgently

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Recent United Nations report on World Urbanization Prospects has revealed that in next ten years Delhi will become world’s largest city in terms of population overtaking Tokyo. The ...
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We need to be regenerative

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It is a fact that buildings use over 50% of the world’s natural resources. Sand is already in short supply. Cement makers are worried about depleting reserves of ...
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