Infosys co-founder NR Narayana Murthy said engineers prefer to work in the big cities, but India is still far from smart cities. The smart city is one of the government’s plans.
According to the news released by the Hindu, it is said that British High Commission showed keen interest in the Smart City Project. It was also reported that there were discussed possible avenues of investment with Deputy Commissioner N. Jayaram and Belagavi City Corporation Commissioner G. Prabhu during his visit to the city of Belagavi. » Read more
The 100 smart cities mission launched by the government to inject our cities with the latest infrastructure and amenities is ambitious and unprecedented. » Read more
Is good news for the Indian smart cities project that there was report that US will be offering investment potential of $1.5 trillion for Indian Smart cities. The TOI also says that (IANS) United States Ambassador to India Richard R. Verma on Friday said the US will continue to focus on making investments in infrastructure in Indian smart cities, which have an investment potential of $1.5 trillion. » Read more
According to an official news is was reported that Germany will offer technical expertise to develop Coimbatore as a smart city. The civic body on Friday received an official communication regarding this from German ambassador Martin Ney. » Read more