For many of us who have lived in cantonments (or even in cities and metros for that matter) the prime need is that of clean, green energy and an uninterrupted, stabilized and effectively distributed power supply. That in effect could well be the first step to creating a “Smart Cantonments” and significantly improve the quality of life of its inhabitants.
Chinese are moving aggressively onto the world centre stage.
“What’s in a Name?”asks William Shakespeare, while penning his famous “Romeo and Juliet”. Contrary to gentle Juliet’s assertion “that which we call a rose, By any other name would smell as sweet”, the harsher realities of geostrategy indicate that there is, indeed, a great deal in a name. The contemporary mandarins of the People’s Republic of China appear to have taken this to heart in their espousal and extensive branding of what has been named the ‘Maritime Silk Route’ within the ‘One Belt One Road’ initiative.