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1.Infra Growth 2.024

With capital investment in the infrastructure sector proposed at Rs.100 trillion over the next five years, CW delves into the expectations and opportunities as the Modi Government steps into its second term.

2.The Strength of Stainless Steel

With the dire need for construction in India to be energy, water and material-efficient, the industry needs to adopt stainless steel for the sustainability and longevity of projects.

3.Fuelling the economic engine

As a country, the first stage to providing a growth-led economy has been set as the verdict has been unanimous, allowing the current PM to continue the process of rebuilding India with the requisite authority in Parliament.

4.Skilled civil engineers and construction professionals: Need of the hour

Industry-academia collaboration to play a vital role in skilling the talent within the industry

5.Are interest rates set for a sharp fall? Will RBI reduce interest rates by 50 basis points?

Despite the reduction in repo rate by 50 basis points, the banks have cut MCLR by up to 10 basis points only benefitting the borrowers marginally. Expectations range from 25 basis points to 50 basis points for the next reduction with a mechanism that ensures that the reduction is passed on to the borrowers.

6.Take hard decisions quickly: ICRA

Consumption demand, which was the bulwark of the economy, has weakened and private investment is yet to show signs of a pickup

7.Housing schemes to fuel employment and economic growth: NAREDCO President

The report also stated that the increased pace of house construction has multiplier effect on the allied industries

8.369 infrastructure projects are facing cost overruns

According to a report by property consultant and Association of Infrastructure Industry (India)

9.War or economic suicide?

India is seething, rightly so, with its pint-sized errant neighbour.

10.Cement demand may grow 1.2x of GDP growth rate

UltraTech Cement is reportedly expecting the average cement demand to grow 1.2 times of the GDP growth rate in India over the long-term.