Issue: February 2019
  Multi -Pronged Approach to Urban Transformation by Shri Durga Shanker Mishra
  Secretary, Ministry of Housing & Urban Affairs, Government of India. The author opines that Smart Cities are the incubators of the New Urban India
  National Water Ways : integrated transport network by Shri Pravir Pandey
  Vice Chairman, Inland Waterways Authority of India, Government of India. The author opines that a developed IWT will not only augment the overall
  UDAN – Giving New Meaning to Air Connectivity is the focus article by Ms Usha Padhee.
  The author said that UDAN (Ude Desh Ka Aam Naagrik) is a fulcrum under NCAP to make air travel convenient and affordable for the common man in small cities, and, through
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Reshaping Development

History has been witness to many social and economic revolutions. Beginning with agricultural, going on to industrial and then the technological, these revolutions have changed the face of humanity. And now, the digital revolution is redefining the pace of progress opening countless avenues to transform society, culture and lifestyles. Digitisation as a phenomenon made its onset long ago. But the pace was so gradual and the changes involved so subtle, that it went almost unnoticed. Early digital initiatives were mainly to preserve records, create in-house office management systems, processing of data, etc. It is over the last few years that the digital revolution has opened a whole new vista of opportunities reshaping the scope of development. From the Internet to artificial intelligence and robotics, emerging technologies have presented unprecedented opportunities for social and economic renovation. India, the fastest growing economy in the world, has undergone complete transformation with the rapid uptake of digital technologies. Smart and connected technology has become an integral part of businesses, governments and communities. It has had profound impact on the way people interact with each other, express their feelings, share ideas, manage their health and finances.
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