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1.Metro Rail Conference 2010

The recently conducted Metro Rail Conference highlighted key issues pertaining to the development of cutting edge metro rail.

2.A Slippery Bottomline

The October-December 2010 quarter saw the highest growth in topline among the past five to six quarters, but profitability remained sluggish, with the quarter posting decline of five per cent in net profits.

3.Ready for the Ride

Being a successor to E Sreedharan, Managing Director, DMRC will not be easy for Mangu Singh, Director-Works, DMRC. The greatest challenge for this 56-year-old civil engineer and Indian Railways Service of Engineers (IRSE)

4.Key link project of Kolkata Metro delayed

Failure of Kolkata Metro authorities to take physical possession of the required land has delayed the Rs 2,619 crore Joka-BBD Bag metro link project.

5.The Serial Innovator

It was sheer passion for knowledge that propelled a young boy to walk 12 km to school every day. And, Dr Narayan Nayak, Principal Advisor, Gammon India and Managing Director, Gammon Realty Ltd

6.Most Admired Companies | Afcons Infrastructure

The industry is undergoing tremendous challenges, and we believe that Afcons will emerge triumphant in these trying circumstances. Our drive on innovation will be an ongoing process and our core value.

7.Urban transport project opportunities in India

The concept of Rapid Transit System is gaining popularity in India with many cities implementing monorail, metro rail, Bus Rapid Transit System

8.KMDA awaits govt nod for land for township project

Vivek Bharadwaj, Chief Executive Officer of Kolkata Metropolitan Development Authority (KMDA) informed reporters that the authority was awaiting the clearance of the state government for acquiring land for the proposed Baruipur satellite township project. The authority has identified land at Barrackpore and Chnadannagar, Bharadwaj told reporters while addressing a press c

9.State discusses share transfer in metro project

At a recent meeting, the West Bengal government discussed with the Indian Railways the process of initiating the transfer of its 50 per cent share in the Rs 4,87

10.Kolkata Metro Corp to prepare MoU for project

After the West Bengal Cabinet's appro-val to transfer Kolkata city's new metro project to railways, Kolkata Metro Railway Corporation (KMRCL) is being asked to prepare a draft for a fresh MoU to be signed between railways, urban development and state government. Contact: Kolkata Metro Railway Corporation.