The North-South corridor covers a distance of 24.2 km distance and connects some major hubs. Phase-I project cost currently stands at Rs 13,805 crore, an increase by Rs 2,000 crore. While the initial deadline of Phase-I was of December 2012, it has continued the trend of postponing its latest deadline to April 2017.
Jindal Steel and Power Ltd unveils Jindal Panther TMT rebars which offers a higher degree of strength, ductability, malleability and superior seismic resistant properties. Jindal Steel and Power Ltd (JSPL), India´s leading steel and power company recently announced the launch of a new retail brand, Jindal Panther in India. The brand is inspired by the Black Panther, a powerful feline synonymous with strength, agility and rebirth.
Central Railways plans to switch to 25KV AC traction from 1,500V DC between Kalyan-Thane and Thane-LTT (fifth and sixth) line. The conversion has been planned as CR feels that it has complied with all the directives issued by the commissioner of railway safety (CRS).