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1.Mapei India adhesives are growing at 25-30 per cent annually

The Indian adhesives and sealants market is pegged at about Rs 60 billion per annum


2.Dream Valley Group partners with APEDB

Hyderabad-based Dream Valley Group has inked a MoU with the AP Economic Development Board


3.India Power and Distribution Transformer Market to reach $2.9 billion by 2022 – 6Wresearch

Economic development and need for reliable power supply due to population growth have accelerated the demand for power in India. Further, growth in industrialisation and infrastructure development have resulted into demand for power and distribution transformers across the country.


4.Proposals submitted for 90 projects under Sagarmala

Reports indicate that the Andhra Pradesh Government and Visakhapatnam Port Trust (VPT) have submitted proposals for 90 projects with an outlay of Rs 130,763 crore under the Sagarmala project.


5.India gets its longest tunnel (11.55 km)

Work has commenced on Indian Railway’s longest tunnel – the Jiribam-Tupul-Imphal new broad gauge railway line in Manipur. The 111-km-long new broad gauge railway line from Jiribam to Imphal comprises 37 tunnels, of which Tunnel No. 12 will be the longest in the Indian Railway at 11.55 km.


6.CCI fines 11 cement firms with Rs 6,700 crore

The Competition Commission of India (CCI) has imposed more than Rs 6,700 crore penalty on 11 cement companies – UltraTech, Binani, Ramco, Jaiprakash Associates, JK Cement, Lafarge, India Cements, ACL, ACC, Century, Shree Cement, besides Cement Manufacturers’ Association (CMA) – for cartelisation.


7.Mangaluru to focus more on fisheries

Mangaluru City Corporation is planning to submit a modified proposal for the Smart City competition with a shift in its focus.


8.Open to All: A Case for Inclusive Growth

A smart society that caters to every cross-section of the society is a rudiment for any well-functioning city. From safety for women to easy access and mobility for the physically-and mentally-challenged, design with universal focus is the most basic yardstick to assess any city´s smartness. But does the answer lie in good design, better awareness or smarter technology?


9.Quick Fix?

Ironies have a way of getting lost in the rodomontade that is economic development rhetoric. On August 9, 2013, 68 years after the world's first atomic bomb was dropped on Nagasaki and paved the way for the Japanese city and nation to rise from the ashes in an exemplary case of reconstruction, the closed-group round table discussion dubbed 'Quick Solutions to Bridge Project.


10.'Reopening of Stilwell Road will propel NE's development'

For overall economic development of the northeast region, re-opening of the historic Stillwell Road, the gateway to South East Asia, is essential, said Arunachal Pradesh Governor Gen (Retd) JJ Singh.