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1.Implementation of river interlinking will raise the ultimate irrigation potential

India Water Vision 2025 estimates that the gross water demand for multipleuses will double 25 years from now, with corresponding investment needs of Rs 200 billion per year.

2.Lessons learnt over two years of RERA’s implementation

About 19 states having a fully operational real-estate regulatory authority

3.ICRA: Maharashtra, Uttar Pradesh to drive state-led capex in road sector

It estimates state-level spend on roads to increase at CAGR of 22 per cent

4.We are seeing capability to double sales in the near term

Over the last 18 years, Nuvoco Vistas Corp (formerly Lafarge India) has emerged as one of the major players in India through various greenfield and brownfield projects.

5.Machines for PMGSY projects

Where will the PMGSY opportunities arise and what machines will they use?

6.Navayuga Engineering starts development work on Machilipatnam Port

Navayuga Engineering Company (NEC) has commenced the development of Machilipatnam Port, which is one of the most long-awaited deep sea ports on the east coast of the country.

7.Indian Railways to invest Rs 180 bn on solar power units along tracks

The Indian Railways is reportedly in plans to come up with solar power tenders of 4 GW in order to cut down on its power purchase costs and utilise the vast stretches of linear land along the tracks with greater efficiency.

8.Thirty-four power projects in distress

As per data from the Power Ministry, almost one third of the distressed power plants are unable to repay loans totalling crores of rupees are in Chhattisgarh. The ministry recently submitted a list of 34 such projects to a parliamentary panel on energy.

9.Raipur city to run on solar power

Raipur is being developed as a smart city that will run on solar power. Chhattisgarh is one of the youngest states of India, born only in 2003. However, it has made economic progress by leaps and bounds, overcoming obstacles created by Naxal violence and underdevelopment in its tribal pockets.

10.State govt, NABARD sign MoU for loan for irrigation schemes

The Chhattisgarh Government has signed an MoU with NABARD, with the latter agreeing to provide loan worth nearly Rs 715 crore for the completion of three major irrigation schemes under the Agriculture Irrigation Scheme.