The Times Of India

Urbanization may turn conventional thinking about vaccinations on its head, at least in India.
Jun 17, 2014   The Times Of India
"Model road" project in the Indian city of Ahmedabad has sidewalks, crosswalks, and on-street parking, but no street vendors.
Aug 16, 2012   The Times Of India
An Indian court pulls the plug -- sort of -- on unregulated groundwater exploitation.
Jul 20, 2012   The Times Of India
Planners and development experts explain why modeling Delhi after cities like Singapore, Hong Kon and Mumbai is misguided and dangerous.
Jan 5, 2012   The Times Of India
Pending government approval, state housing department plans to grant all slum-dwelling families in Mumbai houses may become reality. The houses are free for families settled prior to 1995.
Nov 30, 2011   The Times Of India
The doubling of car traffic in the past 20 years in Mumbai has created a transit culture that has become dangerous for pedestrians. More than 44 percent of Mumbai citizens walk to work, and 78 percent road fatalities are pedestrians, a study finds.
Aug 9, 2011   The Times Of India
2.5 million workers are set to scour the country in the most complex demographic collection effort to date, reports the Times of India.
Apr 3, 2010   The Times Of India
The Hooghly River runs right through Kolkata, India, but it remains largely behind the scenes and caved in by factories and industrial uses. Some voices are calling for the city to embrace its river and reorient itself around the amenity.
Nov 27, 2009   The Times Of India
<p>UC Irvine student Cristi Lopes is writing software for "SkyTran", a virtual high-speed train based in Second Life. The virtual world will actually serve as a useful simulator for the real thing.</p>
Jul 3, 2008   The Times Of India
<p>Government officials have plans to keep more than a million cars out of Beijing for four days this summer as an experiment to see how the city's notoriously poor air quality can improve.</p>
Aug 10, 2007   The Times Of India
<p>Residents in some of Mumbai's state-built housing complexes have agreed to solicit bids for redevelopment of the nearly half-century old housing, called Middle Income Group residential colonies. Residents and the building community alike are excited about the redevelopment.</p>
Nov 11, 2006   The Times Of India