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1.Road projects likely to get a renewed push

Jammu and Kashmir’s road connectivity programme will get a boost after the government revoked the special status granted to Jammu and Kashmir under Article 370.


2.Rs.9.23 bn Jind-Hansi rail project gets nod

The Haryana Government has approved the Jind-Hansi new rail line project costing Rs.9.23 bn. The project will be completed in four years.


3.Nod to Rs.660.79 bn semi-high-speed railway project

The Kerala Government has given its approval to building a rail line to enable semi-high speed trains between the southern-most district to the northern district of the state.


4.Railway ministry sanctions doubling of railway track

To meet the growing demand of freight and passenger railway services in the Malwa region of Punjab, the Ministry of Railways has sanctioned the doubling of Rajpura-Bathinda railway track.


5.India approves construction of Vaibhavwadi-Kolhapur rail line

The government has approved construction of a railway line between Vaibhavwadi and Kolhapur in Maharashtra. The 107.76-km long rail line will be built by the Construction Organisation of the Central Railway at a cost of Rs.34.39 bn.


6.Combating Challenges with Innovations

MAHESH KUMAR elaborates upon the construction of the Nagpur Metro, overcoming myriad hurdles.


7.Irrigation Marvel

The largest barrage in the Kaleshwaram Lift Irrigation project, the 1.6-km-wide iconic Medigadda Barrage has been constructed by L&T in a record 24 months.


8.APPOINTMENTS

Schindler India appoints Ashok Ramachandran as President of Schindler India and South Asia.


9.We have tendered out 3,800 projects worth Rs.1,380 billion

The Smart Cities Mission (SCM) is proving to be a game-changer in Indian urban transformation


10.We have tendered out 3,800 projects worth Rs 1,380 billion

The Smart Cities Mission (SCM) is proving to be a gamechanger in Indian urban transformation. “This is a unique mission, working to rejuvenate the mind, body and soul of Indian cities!”