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1.Gujarat policy to boost cement capacity

Gujarat government’s decision to put its mining policy on the fast track will give a boost to eight cement companies that plan to add 22 mn tonne of capacity.

2.Verdict 2010

Has the Budget for FY 2010-11 done enough for the construction, building material and infrastructure sectors? CW compares the expectations and reactions of the industry.

3.Binani Cement wins 11 awards

Binani Cement Limited (BCL), the flagship company of Braj Binani Group, has won 11 awards and certificates in energy conservation, quality excellence, sustainability, environment excellence, and water and energy management.

4.Binani to set up Greenfield cement plant in Gujarat

Binani Cement Ltd has signed an MOU with the state government to set up a Greenfield Cement Plant across 188 hectare in Junagadh.

5.Cement prices likely to rise

Cement prices are likely to rise in view of heightened construction activity post-monsoon.

6.Cement prices decline

Cement prices are down by Rs 2-4 per 50 kg bag in western India.

7.Binani Cement Q2 PAT at Rs 1.18 crore

Binani Cement Ltd, has reported a Profit After Tax (PAT) of Rs 1.18 crore while the same for the half year ended September 30, 2010, stood at Rs 43.85 crore.

8. Round Table: Indian Cement Review

The publication’s first Round Table discussed and deliberated upon various issues confronting the cement industry and possible ways to tackle them.The cement industry faces huge build up vs weakening demand, inadequate logistics and manpower, not to mention issues concerning demand drivers, machinery supply and export potential.

9.MMR’s construction seminar in Mumbai unveils sustainable technology

MMR Events a part of the Braj Binani Group owned Asian Industry & Information Services Pvt Ltd (AIISPL) organised a one day seminar ‘Metamorphosis in Construction & Building Industry 2011’on July 30, 2011 in Mumbai.The seminar featured discussions on the role of architecture in the context of innovation, cement industry outlook,next generation cement technology, cost-effective technological trends in the global construction industry, etc.

10.Binani drops Mauritius project

Indian cement maker Binani Cement has abandoned its Rs 600 mn Mauritius project. A key issue cited by the company is the lack of area granted to the company by the Mauritius Port Authority.