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1.JICA extends ODA loan of Rs 24.80 bn for Mumbai Metro Line 3 Project (III)

The objective of the project is to cope with the increase in traffic demand in Mumbai by expanding the mass rapid transportation system


2.L&T Construction awarded contracts worth Rs 25 to 50 billion

The construction arm of L&T has secured orders from prestigious clients across various Indian states for its varied businesses.


3.Act East Forum gets push with upcoming summit

The Indo-Japan summit will see investments of Rs 130 billion for North East states


4.The ITMS project is planned to be implemented with funding from JICA to the tune of Rs 6.60 billion

The glory of Chennai city dates back over 376 years. Notably, it was the first city in India to adopt and implement the Non-Motorised Transport (NMT) policy—in September 2014—to encourage and promote pedestrianisation.


5.NHRCL expedites works for upcoming Mumbai-Ahmedabad Bullet train project

The National High Speed Rail Corporation (NHRCL) has set the ball rolling on fast-tracking the pre-construction work of the Mumbai-Ahmedabad Bullet train that stretches across 508 km. The High-Speed-Rail (HSR) line is estimated to cost Rs 1.08 trillion and will be expected to become functional by 20..


6.Large contracts bagged for the Indian multinational’s various businesses

The Construction arm of L&T has secured orders from prestigious clients across various Indian states for its varied businesses.


7.We are leaders in the air-conditioning space with a 24% market share

Voltas associated with South Asia's HVAC exhibition ACREX India 2019 as the Knowledge Partner.


8.Execution challenges prevail in capital-intensive metro-rail projects

Construction period and capital-investment make debt servicing a challenge


9.JICA supports metro-rail through ODA loans and technical cooperation.

JICA extends a cumulative loan amount of about Rs 870 bn for six cities.


10.JICA will support metro projects through ODA loans and technical cooperation

To assist India in building its metro network, JICA has extended a cumulative loan amount of Japanese Yen 1.3 trillion (about Rs 870 billion) for six cities: Delhi, Bengaluru, Chennai, Kolkata, Mumbai and Ahmedabad.