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1.The African region offers tremendous potential for Indian companies.

The Export-Import (Exim) Bank of India is the premier export finance institution of the country that seeks to build value by integrating foreign trade and investment with the economic rise of India.


2.The African region as a whole offers tremendous potential for Indian companies

The Export-Import (Exim) Bank of India is the premier export finance institution of the country that seeks to build value by integrating foreign trade and investment with the economic rise of India


3.Nagpur Smart City to get internal roads and underground power infra

Nagpur Smart and Sustainable City Development Corporation (NSSCDCL) has proposed to additionally develop internal roads over 28.1 km at Rs 950 million with the tenderSURE concept


4.AAI decides to expedite construction work for the Dholera greenfield airport

Work on the new Greenfield Dholera International Airport (DIAC) is set to begin soon


5.Power sector to government: Ease of private sector participation necessary

National-level policy to harness immense potential of rooftop solar in India is the need of the hour


6.Sterlite Power unveils products to reduce distribution losses

Sterlite Power has launched new locally-made products, which would further reduce electricity distribution losses and improve efficiency.


7.IndiGrid to acquire Rs 115 billion transmission assets from Sterlite Power

The new capital investment is expected to help IndiGrid achieve the goal of Rs 170 billion of assets under management


8.Rs.150 bn thermal power project launched in Odisha

Odisha Power Generation Corporation's expansion plant at Jharsuguda


9.Foundation stone laid for Panki power plant

In order to transform power deficiency in Kanpur, Prime Minister Narendra Modi has laid the foundation stone of the Panki thermal power plant of 660 MW capacity.


10.Tenders floated to tie up 2.5 GW PPAs with stranded plants

In order to attract more independent power plants for procuring electricity from 2,500 MW capacity without power purchase agreements (PPAs)