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1.PGCIL to set up first 1,200 kV test station

Power Grid Corp (PGCIL) will launch a 1,200 kV ultra-high voltage (UHV) test station along with experimental lines, with an investment of Rs 800 crore in Bina, Madhya Pradesh.


2.Bihar Minor Water Resource Department to construct divisional office building

Bihar Minor Water Resource Department plans to assign the construction of divisional and sub-divisional office building of MI Division Aurangabad under MWRD, in Bihar.


3.AAI to levy development fee at non-metro airports

Flying from smaller cities such as Aurangabad, Srinagar and Dehradun is likely to become costlier with the state-owned operator Airports Authority of India (AAI) proposing to levy a user development fee.


4.BSEB sign power agreements with NTPC, KRIBHCO

Bihar State Electricity Board (BSEB) has signed two agreements with the NTPC and Krishak Bharati Cooperative (KRIBHCO) for setting up two thermal power plants at Nabinager in Aurangabad and Chausa in Buxar districts.


5.Cresting the Wave

The construction of a dam at Shirpur, in Maharashtra’s Dhulia district, was the building block for one man’s career. That project inspired Prabhakar Deshmukh, Chief Manager - Port Planning & Development, JNPT, to become a civil engineer.


6.H&V plans to establish manufacturing capacity in India

Hollingsworth & Vose Co plans to form a joint venture with the Nath Group to establish a manufacturing capability in India.


7.Sterlite gets land for `9,700-cr LCD project

Sterlite Technologies, an arm of the Vedanta Group, has acquired 50 acre at Aurangabad in Maharashtra for a Rs 9,700-crore liquid crystal display (LCD) manufacturing project.


8.K10 Group to venture into malls

Jalna, a trading town near Aurangabad, is ready for its first shopping mall, promoted by K10 Group. The group has beckoned mall experts,


9.Siemens to supply the first compact vacuum degassing plant

Jailaxmi Casting & Alloys Pvt Ltd, an Indian steelmaker, has awarded Siemens VAI Metals Technologies, India an order to supply a 35 tonne


10.Aurangabad's roads, bridges to be widened

As part of its initiative to widen roads the Aurangabad Municipal Corporation has begun acquiring land around the Barapulla Gate on January 3. The land acquisition drive has been implemented to widen the roads and repair three existing bridges at Barapulla Gate, Makkai Gate and Mehmood Gate at a cost of Rs 13 crore.


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