- AP capital Amaravati will be a replica of Singapore with high rise buildings, towers July 25, 2015
Andhra Pradesh capital will become a replica of the model foreign city with twin towers if everything goes according to the master plan submitted by Singapore.
According to the CRDA officials, the two proposed towers will have 70 floors each. A gallery which will house sports centre and others connecting the twin towers has also been proposed. The towers will be surrounded by gardens and several offices. Apart from the twin towers, a tall Dhyana Buddha statue will be set up on the banks of the River Krishna, sources added.
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- Making a Singapore in India, 12 things you didn’t know about Andhra’s capital ‘Amaravathi’ July 6, 2015
AP Chief Minister Chandrababu Naidu recently said that the government will focus on building Amaravati, the ‘city of gods’, as the best city of the 21st century. In a press interaction he said, “The capital is not only for administrative purposes… it should be dynamic and also have economic activity.”
He also said, “Singapore prepared the master plan according to what we have in our mind; by and large the master plan is okay.”
- Urban Forest Park ‘Amaravathi’ Inaugurated in Vijayawada July 22, 2015
Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister N Chandrababu Naidu today inaugurated urban forest park ‘Amravathi’ at Kotturu Tadepalli village near Vijayawada. On the occasion, Naidu said the state government has decided to develop 15 such parks in all the 13 districts of the state and the move will check air pollution.
Naidu, along with Union environment minister Prakash Javadekar planted a sapling at a Zilla Parishad High School at the village, located on the outskirts of Vijayawada. He appealed to the people to plant one sapling at least once in a year and asked for their contribution to transform the state into ‘Harithandhra Pradesh’.
“If five crore people plant at least 10 plants a year, it takes the number to 50 crore trees in one year and in next 10 year, it will go upto 500 crore. If this can happen, the development will have a huge positive impact on the climatic condition,” the chief minister said.