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Drones to Disinfect Cities

The innovative plan to use technology to disinfect cities has caught up in many cities and municipal corporations across States. Tamil Nadu use the first drone to disinfect the Rajiv Gandhi Government General Hospital in Chennai and today Chhattisgarh, Bengaluru ... Read More »

Lending a Human Touch to Habitation

The community sanitation complex includes 11 toilets for men, 6 toilets for women, 2 toilets for children and 2 for differently abled individuals. Residents have to submit copies of their ration, aadhaar and voter identification cards to get a smart ... Read More »

Safe, potable drinking water for Bhubaneshwar

Bhubaneshwar Municipal Corporation and Piramal Sarvajal have signed an agreement for providing safe drinking water to the residents of Bhubaneshwar through a decentralized community-level solution. Bhubaneshwar is the first smart city in India to initiate such a project, ensuring safe ... Read More »

‘Better living comes with better planning’

Navi Mumbai is a planned City. In 1971, around 600kms of land was given to CIDCO to develop this new City. On January I, 1992, the then government created Navi Mumbai Municipal Corporation to manage the entire City which consists ... Read More »

City Cleaning People’s involvement is a must!

People’s involvement is a must!

Hit by disasters like floods and cyclones almost every year, Behrampur in Odisha faces a huge challenge in maintaining the cleanliness & hygiene. Former Berhampur Municipal Commissioner Anjana Panda, OAS-Government of Odisha writes about her efforts in meeting the challenges ... Read More »

Starting Young

While most engineering students in the country nurture dreams of wellpaid corporate jobs and upwardly mobile lifestyles, two enterprising students from Coimbatore decided to walk down a different road. Twenty-three-year-old Saran Raj, along with his classmate C. Prashanth, decided instead ... Read More »

Drain water grown vegetables stopped

The farming in 400 acres of land along the railway tracks of Central and Western railways, where vegetables are grown using drain water and sold in markets across Mumbai will be stopped. The Municipal Corporation had found that dirty drain ... Read More »