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1.This fiscal, we invested Rs.30 crore on purchasing equipment

With ongoing projects worth Rs 1,400 crore and a marked presence in India for over three decades, Atlanta Ltd has registered a threefold increase in its revenue at Rs 130 crore.


2.Hyderabad metro rail work to begin shortly

Construction work on the Hyderabad metro rail will start shortly as L&T Hyderabad Metro Rail, a subsidiary and special purpose vehicle of L&T Infrastructure Development Projects, has achieved financial closure for the project. Hyderabad Metro Rail will start handing over land to L&T in a phased manner.


3.L&T handles Rs 45k cr road, infra projects

Larsen & Toubro (L&T) Chief Financial Officer R Shankar Raman has said that currently the company handles a portfolio of infrastructure assets


4.L&T achieves financial closure for its Maha road projects

For two of its road projects in Maharashtra, L&T Infrastructure Development Projects (L&T IDPL), a subsidiary of Larsen & Toubro Ltd, and one of the pioneers in infrastructure development in India, has achieved financial closure on November 30.


5.Banking on maturity

Bank credit is fast running out. Instruments and financiers to support the next wave of infrastructure development are works in progress. While infrastructure finance appears to be transiting towards maturity, Charu Bahri wonders if it is happening quickly enough.


6.Top Projects - Tamil Nadu

With a geographical area of 130,058 sq km and a total population of 72.13 million, Tamil Nadu is among the most industrialised states in the country.


7.NHAI circulates qualification list of road developers

Larsen and Toubro Infrastructure Development Projects, Leighton Welspun Contractors, Uniquest Infra Ventures, Reliance Infrastructure, have emerged as developers who can bid for largest national highway projects. The National Highways Authority of India (NHAI) has recently circulated the annual qualification list for 2013 for 61 bidders, including five for which the results were withheld primarily for some


8.Delhi Jal Board to launch infra projects at Rs 450 cr

Delhi Jal Board on August stated that it has decided to carry out a number of infrastructure development projects across the city to streamline its water distribution network. The Delhi government has approved several projects which include laying of new water distribution lines, construction of under ground water reservoirs and replacement of old pipelines. The projects are being taken up to ensure equitable distribution of water and improve operational efficiency of the DJB, officials said.


9.Delhi Jal Board to launch infra projects at Rs 450 cr

Delhi Jal Board on August stated that it has decided to carry out a number of infrastructure development projects across the city to streamline its water distribution network. The Delhi government has approved several projects which include laying of new water distribution lines, construction of under ground water reservoirs and replacement of old pipelines. The projects are being taken up to ensure equitable distribution of water and improve operational efficiency of the DJB, officials said.


10.India Inc - Living on hope street

A combination of a good rainfall, improvements in economic indicators and the urgent rollout of stranded projects by the government bode well for India's construction sector. With such positive signals the industry is hoping the clean-up act is for good, reports CHARU BAHRI.