The news on the Indian economy has gotten better. As it inched past France to become the sixth largest economy in the world with a GDP of $2.59 trillion, the country's growth numbers for fiscal 2018 seem to be within reach at 7.3 per cent, and then onwards to a tough 7.6 per cent in fiscal 2019.
The glittering ceremony awarded 13 winners from the equipment industry. Special Guest Bhavna Saxena, Special Commissioner, Economic Development Board, Andhra Pradesh, praised all the winners for their efforts and hard work in achieving newer heights in their respective segments.
Union Minister Nitin Gadkari is a man in a hurry. Recently, he announced the Rs 1-trillion Mumbai-Delhi Expressway, which will connect India's two most backward districts, Mewat (Haryana) and Dahod (Gujarat).
All that glitters is gold - and red and black! With these resplendent colours, the stage was set for the 13th CONSTRUCTION WORLD Architect and Builder (CWAB) Awards, held at Hotel Four Seasons in Mumbai on September 11.
Twenty-eight leading Canadian urban infrastructure, Internet of things (IoT) and artificial intelligence (AI) companies visited India last month to explore collaboration opportunities with Indian businesses in the infrastructure and smart cities sector.
The CONSTRUCTION WORLD Global Awards. And, the 16th edition of the awards presented by Apollo Tyres, was part of the India Construction Festival (ICF) (Read more about ICF on page 102) by FIRST Construction Council.
Arriving at the winners for the CONSTRUCTION WORLD Awards has never been an easy task. This year, too, a panel of 11 eminent players from the industry came together on August 10 to discuss, deliberate upon and select our honour roll.