Finally, the Government of India has announced that Jammu and Srinagar in Jammu & Kashmir both cities have been selected among 11 cities to participate in “All India City Challenge Competition”. The both cities were finalized among other cities and towns of Jammu & Kashmir on the basis of parameters set for the smart city project.
According to a news released by a source it is said that Sterlite Technologies, today announced that it has won the Jaipur Smart City Phase – II Project. Jaipur, the Pink City, was selected under the Smart City Mission of the Ministry of Urban Development launched in 2015. » Read more
At Smart Cities India Expo Power and Coal Minister Piyush Goyal said development of smart cities in the country will have to be customised to the Indian context while leveraging on economies of scale to make the requisite technology affordable, » Read more
The government of India initiative of smart cities seems to be attracting the foreign investors to a greater extent. Is is said that Taiwanese technology companies are bullish on Indian market specially the Smart City project and are coming to the country to explore business opportunities. » Read more
According to the official news released it is said that Italy has shown it’s keen to partner with India in its own initiative for 100 of them over the next 20 years with an investment requirement of over $1.2 trillion. » Read more
The board of directors of Jaipur Smart Mission Limited (JSML), is said had its first meeting and was decided that to initiate the work on ‘public bicycle sharing (PBS) project before June 15. » Read more
Singapore is looking for a greater contribution for India’s smart cities mission. Earlier Singapore is said have provided the master plan for developing Andhra Pradesh’s new capital Amaravati. » Read more