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1.Exhibitions, Conferences and Seminars

CONSTRU India is designed as the perfect platform to introduce new technologies.BICES/IVEX 2011 is a leading exhibition in the fields of construction, building materials and mining machinery and commercial vehicles.

2.A major focus has been on building new capacities towards long-term growth

An industrial powerhouse with a dominant presence in the steel, power, mining and infrastructure sectors, Jindal Steel & Power Ltd (JSPL) is part of the $18-billion OP Jindal Group.

3.Key infra sectors grow 5.2% in June

The eight key infrastructure sectors grew by 5.2 percent in June, a tad lower than 5.3 percent growth in the previous month, on the back of contraction in the output of three industries coal, natural gas and fertilisers.The output of infrastructure industries had grown at the rate of 4.4 percent in June last year.

4.Aluminium prices seen under pressure

With the slack in economic activity across the globe, demand for aluminium is likely to remain subdued in the first half of 2012.

5.Target 8,800 km!

It’s the most ambitious road development plan in Indian history: almost 9,000 km of projects to be awarded in the year ahead, the task of building 20 km of roads a day, roads that benchmark the best in the world in terms of quality and safety.

6.Exhibitions, Conferences and Seminars ( May 2012)

To be organised by ASPIRE International Group on May 11, 2012 in Toronto, Canada, the second Infrastructure Today India Opportunity 2012 will offer a forum to collaborate and capitalise on the opportunities in the infrastructure sector.

7.Greaves Cotton to expand CE division

Greaves Cotton, the Rs 1,700 crore, multi-product, multi-locational engineering company with core competencies in diesel, petrol engines, gensets and construction equipment, is

8.Most Admired Companies | Reliance Infrastructure

"Our strategy for 2012 will be to continuously strive in improving the profitability of our existing operational businesses. At the same time, we will also continue to explore

9.A network of expressways to line India's major arteries is required

Raghav Chandra, Joint Secretary, Ministry of Road Transport and Highways and Special Guest at the awards, envisions a glorious future for India’s construction and infrastructure sector.

10.We have the knowhow to optimally...

PMC Projects is the brainchild of Dr Malay Mahadevia, a stalwart of the marine and port infrastructure sector. It was founded to compete in the expanding infrastructure development sector. Offering the company a lifetime of experience in the engineering sector and the knowledge of managerial operations at the highest ranks is Arvind Murlidhar Uplenchwar, CEO, PMC Projects (I) Pvt Ltd.