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1.Lafarge to set up R&D facility in India

French cement major, Lafarge, is mulling over to set up a R&D facility in India for developing solutions and products to suit the growing demand of 'green' infrastructure and affordable housing.

2.Alstom to ramp up investment in infrastructure

France-based infrastructure solutions provider, Alstom hopes to cash in on the Indian government's focus on infrastructure and plans to step up investment in building manufacturing facilities in the country.

3.THDC to begin work on final phases of Tehri project

THDC India (THDCIL) plans to begin work on the third and final phase of the 2,400 MW Tehri multipurpose hydel project, which involves a dam through pumped storage plant scheme to generate 1,000 MW of power

4.VicatSagar Cement to set up new plant

VicatSagar Cement, a joint venture between France’s Vicat and Andhra Pradesh Sagar Cements, plans set up a Rs 1,600 crore cement plant in Karnataka.

5.Tough markets for cement in Europe, US

As rising government debt looks to squeeze infrastructure spending, world’s leading cement makers Swiss group Holcim and France’s Lafarge expect the coming years to be tough in Europe and the United States.

6.Alstom India to join hands with BHEL, NPCIL

Alstom India, is in discussions with state-run Bharat Heavy Electricals Ltd and Nuclear Power Corporation of India to join in as a third partner in their proposed joint-venture.

7.India, EU likely to sign atomic energy deal

India and the European Union are likely to sign an agreement on civil atomic energy which will facilitate the participation of India in the International Thermonuclear Experimental Reactor (ITER) project in France.

8.Vikram Solar to invest Rs 500 crore in West Bengal

Vikram Solar Pvt Ltd plans investment of Rs 500 crore to manufacture wafer and photovoltaic cell (PV) at its plant in West Bengal.

9.Asia´s first Ballistic Research Centre

India has plans to establish Asia´s first Ballistic Research Centre - Gujarat Forensic Science University (GFSU) in Gujarat. The centre will test bullet-proof armoured vehicles as big as trucks. Till now, the armoured vehicles from India were sent to countries such as the UK, US and France for testing.

10.Complete Solutions

ECEL, a manufacturer of construction and material handling equipment,recently launched several new products in the Indian market.