The life in Indian slums has not been hidden. Tackling civic issues such as drainage, health, open defecation, water management, etc. for civic authorities have always been a daunting task.
Making it to the Fortune 500® list for 62 consecutive years is big! That’s what Owens Corning has achieved through its market-leading products and innovations.
Taking a cue from global practices, the Maharashtra Metro Rail Corporation Limited (MAHA-METRO) has adopted Bentley’s 5D BIM (Building Information Modelling) digital platform to manage the project.
Microfinance institution (MFI) is an organisation that provides credit facilities to low-income group.
India requires about 3,70,000 new teachers to meet the growing demand for primary education and about 3 million by 2030. However, the Indian education system has been taking baby steps towards achieving this dream.
Sri Venkateswara Swamy Temple, popularly known as Tirupati Temple, witnesses around 75,000 to 1,00,000 pilgrims everyday.
With 60 winning proposals worth over Rs 1.31 lakh crore, India’s Smart City Mission will positively impact more than 72 crore urban population.
Urbanisation is an inexorable process as far as India is concerned. The future of India’s growth lies in its cities and a large chunk of our GDP will come from urban centres.
Jabalpur Smart City Ltd (JSCL) is in the process to implement IT-based health solution – Smart Health – as a part of the Smart City project.
Open defecation in India, especially in the rural regions, is not uncommon. A staggering 157 million Indians still don’t have proper toilets.