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1.Base of Excellence

Nilesh Chiroda, Assistant Manager - Quality & Innovation, Mahindra Lifespaces Developers Ltd, tells us how enzyme technology and high volume fly ash concrete can strengthen the sub base of roads as well as save time, money, effort, and the environment.

2.What’s Cooking?

In the 35th in a series of clip-and-keep practical construction tips, Engineer Jagvir Goyal discusses aspects of installing a kitchen.

3.Verdict 2010

Has the Budget for FY 2010-11 done enough for the construction, building material and infrastructure sectors? CW compares the expectations and reactions of the industry.

4.What's the point in having 20 contractors chasing two projects when the country needs 50 projects?

Leighton International - Australia's largest, and the world's 25th largest, construction company - shares a long association with India; Leighton Contractors (India) Pvt Ltd has been in the field since 1998.

5.Cera to acquire European brands

Cera Sanitaryware Ltd (CSL), the third largest sanitary ware company in India, plans to acquire some European sanitary ware brands.

6.JSW ups steel capacity of US mills to 40 per cent

JSW Steel has increased the capacity utilisation of its two mills in the United States to 40 per cent.

7.Kirloskar Brothers acquires Braybar Pumps

Kirloskar Brother Ltd has acquired 90 per cent stake in South Africa based Braybar Pumps (Proprietary) Ltd. through its wholly owned subsidiary - Kirloskar Brothers International BV, Netherlands for $2.4 mn.

8.L&T forms venture with Howden Global

Larsen & Toubro and UK-based Howden Global have signed a joint venture agreement to design, engineer, manufacture and supply axial fans and air pre-heaters to Indian thermal power plants ranging between 100 MW and 1,200 MW.

9.NTPC South plans 16,000 MW

NTPC southern region is poised to add 2,000 MW by next fiscal. This includes two units of 500 MW each at Simhadri power station near Visakhapatnam and 1,000 MW at Vallur in Tamil Nadu.

10.GSECL plans 1,000 MW power project

Gujarat State Electricity Corporation Ltd (GSECL), a power generation subsidiary of state-run Gujarat Urja Vikas Nigam Ltd, is planning to set up a 1000 MW Greenfield power project in Mehsana.