The most surprising development of 2017 is the rise of urban cores in the country, as well as in urban agglomerations.
The first such core was built in Bengaluru in the early 20th century and the second, in Hyderabad in the 1970s.
The latter is home to the country’s biggest engineering institute, the Tata Consultancy Services (TCS).
Its core is now in Hyderan, which is now home to some of India’s fastest-growing tech firms, including Tata and Infosys.
But it’s not just the growth of tech hubs like Bengaluru that is attracting attention.
There are many more new centres like this.
These are centres that are in the process of becoming more urban.
There is a huge potential for cities like Bangalore to be more connected.
But, as we’ve said before, it’s all about how.
There’s no magic wand.
If we look at the geography, urban cores are being built across different parts of the country.
They are being laid out in different ways and in different cities.
Here are the most surprising developments that we found out about this year.1.
The metro system is coming to Bangalore This metro system was announced by the then chief minister, K. Chandrasekhar Rao, and the government has promised to create the most inclusive metro system in the world by 2020.
The plan is to connect 1.3 million people a day.
It’s a huge step forward.
But the biggest question mark is how much of the city will be connected by the metro.
This is the question that the government is trying to answer by creating an independent entity to help the state build the metro network.
This entity will have the authority to set the specifications for the metro and decide where it goes.2.
The city will become a multi-purpose city The idea of a multi, mixed-use urban zone is one of the main things that the new government is focusing on in its plan to connect all of India.
The idea is to make it possible to connect people, businesses, homes, shops and transportation to each other.
This would be a boon to people who work from home or have little time to travel.
In a metro area, a large chunk of the population lives in the centre and this could be a huge boon for businesses.
But what about people who don’t want to live in the city?
They might be looking for an alternative option, like a residential zone, and some of them are already planning to move out.
In some cases, this is not an option at all.3.
The new government plans to introduce an energy and water tariff to encourage developers to build new homes in the urban coresThe government is also looking to encourage builders to build houses and apartments in the centres, so that people will be able to live closer to jobs.
This will also help curb land-use pressures.
The government has announced that developers will have to give the government an energy tariff of 1 per cent, which will encourage them to build more housing in the suburbs and to create more mixed-income housing.
There will be a 5 per cent subsidy on the average residential unit.
This could help to reduce the number of households that are living in the central core, which can be an issue for many people.4.
The Central government is planning to bring down land prices in the metro areaThere are also proposals to reduce land prices.
The Government of India (GoI) plans to bring the land price of the central metro area down from 4,700 rupees per square metre in 2018 to 1,200 rupees by 2022.
This means that all the homes in this area will be more affordable to people with incomes between 600 and 1,000 rupees.5.
The new government will introduce a water tax in the Metro areasThere are already several plans in the works to encourage water use in the cities, including a water levy, which could be levied on any property that is not used.
There have been proposals to introduce a land tax on land, which would mean that the property owner would pay a land-tax, but also the government.
But these measures are not expected to be introduced anytime soon.6.
The GoI is planning for an ‘Eco-City’This new plan aims to encourage people to use the natural resources of the cities for the betterment of the environment.
It would also give them the option to live further away from their job, and in other ways.
It aims to create a network of green spaces and to improve the quality of life of urban dwellers.
It will also create jobs, with around 60,000 new jobs set to be created in the next five years, mostly in urban areas.7.
The State is planning an environmental audit in the futureThe State is also considering the idea of conducting an environmental auditing of urban development projects in the upcoming years.
A draft of the document was released in March and the document is to