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1.EXCON’s 10th edition to witness over 1250 exhibitors from 21 countries

Confederation of Indian Industry (CII) will unveil the 10th edition of South Asia’s largest construction equipment trade fair – EXCON 2019 tomorrow in Bengaluru

2.JSW Steel supplies high-quality TMT Rebars for metro-rail projects

Metro-rail construction to boost JSW Steel’s supplies by over Rs 6 billion in FY20

3. Bangalore Metro project to be expanded

The Karnataka Government has decided to extend the network of Bangalore Metro Rail from 119 km to 300 km at `306.95 bn by adding 181 km in the third phase to reach satellites towns by 2025.

4.Wienerberger announces investment of Rs 300 million in its factory in Kunigal

Ninety-Five-per-cent of existing factory electricity requirement is alreadybeing met through renewable energy

5.Infra spending by states needs to rise 3.5x next decade

Need huge fiscal facilitation, leap in institutional capacity and policy dexterity

6.BS Yediyurappa inaugurates Karnataka’s new Kalaburagi Airport

As reported, Karnataka’s Chief Minister BS Yediyurappa recently inaugurated the Kalaburagi Airport – as a part of the Indian government’s UDAN and regional connectivity scheme

7.KEC International wins new orders of Rs 22.55 billion

KEC International, the global infrastructure EPC major, part of the RPG Group, has secured new orders of Rs 22.55 billion across its various businesses. The awarded contracts are listed below:

8.Road Ministry to use plastic for NH construction

Portions of the Delhi-Meerut Expressway and Gurugram-Sohna road also planned for construction using plastic waste

9.Construction of Shivamogga Airport soon

The Karnataka Government has set aside `450 mn for the construction of a new airport at Shivamogga, which is estimated to be completed within nine months. Work on the airport is expected to commence shortly and will help improve air connectivity to the region as well as to bring in industrial investments.

10.Karnataka Government approves relaxation of Solar Policy

The Karnataka Government has recently approved the amendment of the Solar Policy 2014-21. This move will enable the setting up of small solar parks that can generate as much as 25 MW.