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Germany will partner with India in turning Bhubaneswar into a smart city. State Secretary in the German ministry of Environment, Nature Conservation, Building and Nuclear Safety, Gunther Adler announced this at a press conference in New Delhi yesterday. 
He said along with Bhubaneswar, Germany also wants to be a partner in Coimbatore and Kochi Smart Cities programme in order to assist Indian cities in implementing their plan. He said, the Government of India last year invited Germany to be a partner in its Smart Cities programme. 
Mr Adler, who is on a two-day visit to India, made the announcement at the second meeting of the Indo-German Working Group on Urban Development.

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