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1.Draughts Deepen to 18 m

In order to allow bigger ships to dock, the Union Government has asked major ports to deepen their draughts to 18 m. Jawaharlal Nehru Port Trust (JNPT) too proposes to deepen its draught in the second phase of dredging from the existing 14 m, for which it has decided to appoint a consultant to prepare a detailed project report (DPR).

2.India to develop Bangladesh port

A new river port will be developed by India in Bangladesh to ferry heavy machinery, foodgrain and ferry essentials. The government is seeking essential funds to develop the Ashuganj port over river Meghna in Bangladesh.

3.Slow progress of Delhi Metro corridor

Work on the much-delayed Mundka-Bahadurgarh corridor in Delhi is inching forward. Around 30 per cent of work on the line has been completed.

4.Inception report on Greater Bhubaneswar MRTS project

The rail consulting firm Balaji Railroad Systems (BARSYL) had entered into an agreement with the Odisha Government in August this year to prepare a detailed project report (DPR) for the Mass Rapid Transit System (MRTS) project.

5.The conversion of streetlights into LED is a major project in the next fiscal

In June 2014, Pradeep Agarwal took over as municipal commissioner of Ludhiana, Punjab´s largest city corporation. It was his first assignment with a local government. Following the Lok Sabha elections, Agarwal´s first priority was to restart all the work that was on hold.

6.Hydropower firm SJVN inks pact with Bhutan

Hydropower firm SJVN has inked an agreement with Bhutan Government’s Department of Energy for the preparation of a detailed project report (DPR) for a 600 MW project in the Himalayan kingdom.

7.Govt plans second renewable energy park in state

The state government has decided to set up a new renewable energy park at Nawarangpur.

8.JNNURM clears Rs 27 cr for Surat slum projects

JNNURM has approved two projects of Surat Municipal Corporation (SMC); one of these deals with slum redevelopment, whereas the second involves, upgradation of physical infrastructure at two of the already under operation projects.

9.Tenders will be floated soon for a Rs.50 crore STP.

Jodhpur is the second biggest city in Rajasthan. In the belief that no development can take place without the support of its people, the municipal corporation of this tourist city has sought the active involvement of its residents in overall development

10.State to prepare DPR for monorail project

In the next two months, the state government may invite tenders for preparing a detailed project report (DPR) for the proposed monorail project in Patna.