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1.Here's the construction status and tendering opportunities across eight leading metro-rail projects in India

While India's large urban population leaves tremendous potential for metro-rail network expansion, the country is paving its own success path on the metro route.

2.Chinese rail giant CRRC Corp´s JV plant in India begins operations

CRRC Corp has recently launched operations of its first JV plant in India. CRRC is also the first foreign company to set up an assembly line of rail transportation equipment in India after Prime Minister Narendra Modi unveiled the ambitious ´Make in India´ campaign in 2014.

3.Ideal bridge inspection and maintenance system

Gemini Power Hydraulics introduces - GINJOE MBIU - an innovative inspection and maintenance system for bridges made for the first time in India.

4.Railways to get made-in-China metro for Kolkata

Beijing-headquartered world´s largest rolling stock company China Railway Rolling Stock Corp Ltd (CRRC)

5.Union Budget 2014: Fresh Direction

The formation of a new Government at the Centre and its desire to put India back on a high growth path makes the Union Budget presented on July 10, 2014 all the more important.

6.Bonanza for builders

To boost infrastructure development as well as affordable housing, the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) today exempted long-term bonds from mandatory regulatory norms such as cash reserve ratio (CRR) and statutory liquidity ratio (SLR), if the money raised is used for funding of such projects.

7.Say NO To Potholes

According to the Central Road Research Institute (CRRI) data, Delhi and Mumbai record highest number of potholes in India. Consider this: Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) spent a whooping Rs 57 crore last year on repairing potholes.

8.Riding on Plastic

Bengaluru is successfully using plastic waste to lay stronger and smoother roads. And other cities are following suit, as Jayanthi Nararyan discovers.

9.2014: The Year That Was....

India´s infrastructure kings share their experiences of the past year and recommendations for a smooth way forward. Fiscal years come and go, but FY14 has been different.

10.A New Orbit

On the heels of a new government committed to infrastructure and growth, India stands on the cusp of a transformation. Change is the only constant. And, the Indian economy is proof of this. While a year ago, the scenario looked gloomy with a sub 5-per-cent GDP