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1.We are now at the next tryst with destiny

Taking into account the energy dispensation the current government brings, India has once again come to reckon in the global environment.

2.Over to the Jury!

There's nothing arbitrary about the annual selection of India's top architects and builders by CONSTRUCTION WORLD. They are chosen for their performance based on a nationwide, perception-based survey, followed by a jury deciding the final winners.

3.Round Table

Greening, environment and ecology are society centric issues that need to be addressed immediately.Recent developments in the real-estate industry in India have changed the concept of green being just a colour. In our own project in Powai, we started developing 250 acre with only 20 trees; today, we have 4 lakh fully grown trees that are over 40 ft tall.

4.India Construction Festival 2012

It has always been ASAPP Media’s endeavour to provide a common platform for stakeholders in the infrastructure, construction and allied sectors to air their views, share concerns, ideate future strategies and, of course, celebrate excellence.

5.Inno vision

Innovation, in the context of the Indian building and construction industry - be it products, spaces or structures - is a function of a lot of factors like high quality, ease of use, functionality, spatial proportion, engineering skill, iconic value, differentiated design, uniqueness, creative skill, etc.

6.11th Annual Construction World Global Awards 2013

On a day when the entire nation was following its superstar Sachin's last historic campaign for India - and he delivered in style! - the evening in the heart of India was equally spectacular for the construction and infrastructure (CI) fraternity! The movers and shakers of this sector in India and beyond congregated on the evening of November 14, 2013, in New Delhi for the 11th CONSTRUCTION WORLD Global Awards 2013.

7.The very need for economic development must encourage partnerships.

Atul Tandan, Chairman, ASAPP Media Information Group, shares his insights on the need to encourage partnerships for economic development.


Professor Atul Tandan, Chairman, ASAPP Media Information Group passed away at the age of 67 at London Airport due to a cardiac arrest on March 1. Professor Atul Tandan