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1.We need several $10 bn funds: Montek

FICCI's infrastructure summit in New Delhi, marked by large participation from all sectors, did not witness remarkable announcements, but for the reiteration that infrastructure is likely to miss the 11th Plan target by more than 10 per cent.

2.International Conference on Construction Chemicals

Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerce & Industry (FICCI) had organised the International Conference on Construction Chemicals from February 11-12, 2010 in Mumbai.

3.Let us together ´Wake India´ and ´Make India´

PRATAP PADODE, Editor-in-Chief and Managing Director, ASAPP Media, highlights the need for skill development and rebuilding India.

4.Coimbatore seeks help for infra development

The Indian Chamber of Commerce and Industry, Coimbatore (ICCIC) has plans to seek assistance from the Union Minister of Urban Development to improve transport infrastructure in the region. It also intends to increase the number of international flights to and from Coimbatore by allowing more foreign airlines to operate their services

5.CCMA formed

Leading manufactures of construction chemicals in India recently formed their representative body, Construction Chemicals Manufacturers Association (CCMA).

6.The Wish List

As the process of formulating Budget 2011-12 began in right earnest, the Finance Ministry held Pre-Budget consultations with industry stalwarts and associations to get inputs and understand ground realities.

7.The Road to Resolution

A government agency entered into a contract with a private construction company in December 2000 to widen and strengthen the existing lanes and carriageway of a section of the National Highways in Eastern India.

8.Lafarge wins FICCI Safety Award

Lafarge India was awarded with the first FICCI Safety Excellence Award for Manufacturing. Mallikarjun M Kharge, Minister for Labour and Employment, Government of India, presented the award to Uday Khanna, CEO and Managing Director, Lafarge India. the Skill Crunch

In February 2008, CW’s cover story on the manpower shortage in the construction industry highlighted the need to add about 5 million people every year to sustain the industry’s growth rate.

10.We will achieve a revenue growth of 30-35 per cent in FY 11

It’s a first that will always set this company apart – Man Infraconstruction Ltd holds the distinction of executing India’s first premier private port contract.