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India's coal reserves have been assessed at 285.86 bn tonne as of April 1, 2011 - about 3.25 per cent higher than the previous year's assessment of 276.8 bn tonne.
Nilesh Chiroda, Assistant Manager - Quality & Innovation, Mahindra Lifespaces Developers Ltd, tells us how enzyme technology and high volume fly ash concrete can strengthen the sub base of roads as well as save time, money, effort, and the environment.
Singapore-based GIC and Bengaluru based Brigade group have signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) to invest in real estate-residential developments in the country.
Oil firm Shell and GDF Suez will acquire 26 per cent stake each in GAIL India Ltd-Æs proposed floating LNG import terminal at Kakinada in Andhra Pradesh, while Andhra Pradesh Gas Distribution Corp (APGDC)
Charu Bahri explores the expectations of mining equipment vendors from the mining industry and innovative green trends sweeping the sector.
Singapore´s sovereign wealth fund GIC has invested Rs 150 crore in a JV with Vatika Group to develop two projects in Gurgaon.
Yayha Binladin, CEO, Saudi Binladin Group, has bought a 20 per cent stake in Indian infrastructure company Maytas Infra.
Touching upon the various technologies and products that are available in the market is Daya Kingston, who tells us why India's water treatment industry is overflowing with potential.
Incorporated as ARSS Stones Pvt Ltd in 2000 and subsequently branching into the field of major construction work within a span of two years, ARSS Infrastructure is truly a name to reckon with.
The quarter ended March 2011 witnessed healthy growth in net profit but saw the lowest revenue growth in the fiscal.