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The data refers to general Infrastructure within Coimbatore including Parks, Hospitals, Marriage hall and Market area. The detail includes the category of Infrastructure, Name of the infrastructure and ward number where in it is situated along with the body which maintains the infrastructure.
The data refers to Landmark data across wards in Coimbatore including address, points of Interest, Administration and ward number. This type of landmark data would typically provide the kind of facilities available within a single urban local body with the defining address and administration authority.
The data refers to all the Assets within Urban-local bodies maintained by the Municipality/Corporation. The detail includes the Property ID, Asset Category and name, Ward number, Street name and Asset ID.
The details of population of India 2001, the housing and basic amenities for urban areas are shown in the table.
The details of slum population as per TCPO estimates (during 1991, 2001) and Census 2001 (Towns with population of 50000 or more) is shown in the table.
The various sources of funding for the urban sector are shown in the table.
The data refers to data on city size-wise fund requirements during 11th Five-Year Plan.
The advantages of using municipal bonds to finance urban infrastructure are increasingly evident in India. The Indian Bond Market is becoming vibrant. Ahmedabad Municipal Corporation issued a first historical Municipal Bond in Asia to raise Rs 100 crore from the capital market for part financing a water supply project. An illustrative list of ULBs/parastatals, which have been granted permission to issue Municipal Bonds is given in the table.
The percentage of BPL population in the urban areas in India has declined from 23.64% to 21.7% in 2004-05 (based on mixed recall period). A comparison of poverty estimates based on mixed recall period is given in table.
For bridging the gap, the following possible sources are identified. Table gives the proposed flow of funds. The actual allocation provided for JNNURM is Rs 50000 crore during 200512 out of which the amount available for Urban Water Supply, Sewerage, Solid Waste Management is expected to be in the range of Rs 15000 crore. The shortfall will need to be met by other sources of finance if the objective of covering 100% population with Water Supply and Sanitation facilities is to be met during the Eleventh Plan.


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