Japan International Cooperation Agency
19 Apr 2018
Bengaluru: Erratic water-supply, tankers plying, but BWSSB says 'keep calm'
Water tankers have already started operating in Bengaluru and residents receiving Cauvery river water are also complaining of erratic water supply.
22 Mar 2018
Bengaluru among 10 metros drying up fastest, severe crisis looming
That Bengaluru is facing water crisis is nothing new. But what's startling is that it is fast approaching 'Day Zero,' when taps start running dry.
11 Dec 2017
Is India leaning toward ASEAN to counter China's OBOR?
India is gearing up to host the ASEAN-India connectivity summit this week.
17 Nov 2017
Mumbai Trans Harbour Link: The world's second longest sea link
Work on India's longest sea link, the world's second longest, is finally set to start in January next year.
01 Nov 2017
Is Mumbai-Ahmedabad bullet train viable? Over 40% seats go vacant
In September, India kickstarted its journey towards the launch of its first bullet train. For the project, India got a soft loan of Rs. 88,000cr from Japan.
20 Sep 2017
What has prompted Varanasi's transformation with state-of-the-art infrastructure?
PM Modi's LS constituency Varanasi is in the midst of a complete makeover after being included in the government's Smart Cities Mission in the second phase.
10 May 2017
Mumbai Police to go bulletproof 9 years after 26/11
9 years ago when Anti-Terrorism Squad Chief Hemant Karkare went to take on the terrorists involved in 26/11, his bulletproof vest was no match for the terrorists' AK-47s.
08 Nov 2016
All this happened in Mumbai on 8th November
20,000 bikers hit the road to demand reservation for Martha community in education and Government jobs.
05 Sep 2016
Proposal for $5 billion railway development fund
The Railway Ministry is on the verge of finalizing a proposal for the Railways of India Development Fund (RIDF).