DRIP development extended by two years World Bank loans continue to lead in financing India’s mega water projects such as the Dam Rehabilitation and Improvement Project (DRIP), according to information released by Public Information Bureau.
Glass top coaches in the making Eleven projects, costing Rs.824.80 crore, have been sanctioned during 2017-18 for improving tourism sector in the country.
NMCG pens MoU with Japanese NGO Countries like Australia, United Kingdom, Germany, Finland and Israel have shown keen interest in collaborating with the Indian government for the mammoth task of cleaning polluted Ganga River.
Project for social, economic and environmental benefits The World Bank has signed an agreement for US$40 million for “U.P. Pro-Poor Tourism Development Project” to increase tourism-related benefits for local communities in targeted destinations.