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Smart Cities Challenge Throws Up New Members

In the latest round of Smart Cities Challenge under the Smart Cities Mission, the proposal by the Thiruvananthapuram Municipal Corporation had topped.

• Along with Thiruvananthapuram, 30 more cities are selected for the Mission.
• The total investments proposed by all the 30 cities sum up to Rs. 57,393 crore. And the total investments under the mission is up to Rs.1.91 lakh crore.
• The details were released by the Union Urban Development Ministry.
• With the winners of latest round, the total number of cities that are to become smart rose to 90.

Other cities that are included in the Smart Cities Mission are:

• Tirupur, Tirunelveli, Thootukudi and Tiruchirappalli from Tamil Nadu;
• Jhansi, Allahabad and Aligarh from U.P;
• Rakjot, Gandhinagar and Dahod from Gujarat;
• Sagar and Satna from Madhya Pradesh;
• Patna and Muzaffarpur from Bihar;
• Naya Raipur and Bilaspur from Chhattisgarh;
• Srinagar and Jammu from Jammu and Kashmir;
• Amaravati from Andhra Pradesh;
• Karimnagar form Telangana;
• Bengaluru from Karnataka;
• Shimla from Himachal Pradesh;
• Aizawl from Mizoram;
• Gangtok from Sikkim;
• Puducherry;
• Karnal from Haryana;
• Dehradun from Uttarakhand;
• Pimpri Chinchwad from Maharashtra; and
• Pasighat from Arunachal Pradesh.

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