With a stable government in place, the equipment industry is hopeful of a speedy revival. The slowdown in infrastructure development, a major driver for the construction equipment industry, had resulted in reduced demand in recent years.
ADaRSH (Association for Development and Research of Sustainable Habitats) in association with MNRE (Ministry of New and Renewable Energy, Government of India) and TERI (The Energy and Resources Institute)
Jammu and Kashmir Minister for Roads and Buildings Abdul Majid Wani on January 24 has cracked whip on construction agencies in the state. The Minister said that cost overruns due to undue and unnecessary delays in works shall have to be their exclusive liability.
Jammu and Kashmir Minister for R&B Abdul Majid Wani on February 23 said that the Union government approved revision of its core network to include as many as 1,100 left out unconnected habitations with population of 250 persons and above in Jammu and Kashmir under the Pradhan Mantri Gram Sadak Yojna (PMGSY).
Jammu and Kashmir Minister for R&B, Abdul Majid Wani has asserted that better road connectivity is pivotal for bringing speedy socio-economic transformation in the state. He described the R&B as a core sector for people that lends support and boosts activities of other departments meant for people’s welfare and state's overall development.
After travelling in the Delhi Metro train on March 25 former President APJ Abdul Kalam was effusive about Delhi Metro Rail Corporation for creating a 'culture of excellence'. It was Kalam's maiden ride on the Indian capital's Metro train. Kalam boarded the train at Central Secretariat station and travelled up to Rajiv Chowk where he saw the interchange arrangements for Jahangirpuri-HUDA City Centre (Yellow Line) and Dwarka Sector 21-NOIDA City Centre (Blue Line) corridors.