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Metropolitan Regional Planning

Metropolitan Regional Planning S D Punekar THE Maharashtra Government set up the Bombay Metropolitan Regional Board in July 1967 to prepare a regional plan for the Bombay region. Two more Boards for Poona and Nagpur metropolitan regions were constituted later, in August and November 1967 respectively. Thus these three Boards have been in existence for a year and during this period have done some preliminary work of planning. It was considered desirable to hold a seminar of planners to review the work already done, to exchange views and ideas with regional and town planners and to discuss the various aspects of metropolitan regional planning. Accordingly the Metropolitan Regional Planning Seminar was held on behalf of the three Boards in Poona from October 17 to 19, 1968.

In Budget Frame

August 10, 1968 tion, involving inflow of foreign capital, is to be permitted only more selectively. In principle this is eminently sensible, though everything would PLANNING In Budget Frame PUBLICATION of the annual plan for 1968-69 throws interesting light on the un-Plan performance last year (1967-68) and the programme for the current year.


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