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1.India seeks investment from Singapore

The Indian Government has sought investment from Singapore for the newly launched National Infrastructure Pipeline (NIP), under which it aims to take up infrastructure development projects worth over Rs.102 tn.


2.Approval for development works worth Rs.18.88 bn

Infrastructure development works worth Rs.18.87 bn have been approved for six municipal corporations and seven municipalities – Rs.5.99 bn in Ahmedabad, Rs.4.79 bn in Surat,Rs.1.79 bn in Vadodara, Rs.1.44 bn in Rajkot, and Rs.650.50 mn in Jamnagar.


3. National Infrastructure Pipeline: Will it work?

With challenges and hindrances continuing to plague infrastructure development, the government’s National Infrastructure Pipeline move has been welcomed by the industry.


4.Budget announcements impact building materials segment

Indirect announcements made in Budget 2020 impact the building materials segment


5.Infra slowly getting into action with Budget 2020: CW

Rs 1.70 tn is being allocated for transport infra in the Union Budget 2020-21


6.Budget 2020 will ensure an integrated development of both infra and realty sectors

The allocation of Rs 100 trillion for infrastructure development in the next five years is a move in the positive direction.


7.Infra’s Call for Funding

Budget 2020: Infrastructure requires immediate funding to rejuvenate itself


8.ACE Completes 25 years of Lifting India’s Growth in January 2020

The company embarks on a new journey towards weaving ACE Growth Story 2.0 by focusing on offering high quality “Make In India” Equipment globally


9.Proposal for new station at Basai on the map

A new station near Basai crossing, close to Dwarka Expressway junction, has been proposed in Sector 101 at Gurugram. At present, the city has only one major station that connects to other cities.


10.What ails architecture in the public space?

From a paucity of projects to issues surrounding bidding, interacting with authorities, fee structures and more, six leading architects address the challenges the public sector presents.


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