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1.MMRDA to rethink underpass project

An apex body for planning and co-ordination of development activities in the Mumbai Metropolitan Region, MMRDA will review the proposal to construct the city’s first ever vehicular underpass, at a cost of Rs 400 crore, near Kalanagar junction in Bandra

2.Mumbai plans new development

The Maharashtra Government plans to build 10 more business districts similar to the Bandra-Kurla Complex in Mumbai, besides building highways and railways like those in Japan (or China) and elevated corridors to cut through congestion. The

3.Sm@rt Cities

As a prelude to the 2nd Sm@rt Cities Summit 2015, which will be held in Delhi and Mumbai, respectively, in February 2015, FIRST Sm@rt Cities Council - promoted by ASAPP Media - recently organised a round table in Mumbai. This follows the 1st Sm@rt Cities Summit held in Mumbai on August 22-23, 2014.

4.Sheth Developers buys Borosil's 18 acre

Mumbai-based Borosil Glass Works has sold its 18 acre industrial plot to Sheth Developers for Rs 875 crore.

5.ZAK Group to host Integrated Building Solutions Expo

ZAK Group in association with Saint-Gobain Gyproc India will host the nation’s first integrated building solutions expo.

6.International exhibitors want to be a part of India's growth momentum

"The Indian market at the moment is very important with respect to growth potential,” says Thomas Loeffler, CEO, bC Expo India Pvt Ltd, in an interview with Jayanthi Narayan.

7.ING Vysya Bank

Renewable and green design is on the rise in India! CW dedicates a regular feature starting this month, showcasing projects that exude this very essence.

8.bC India 2011

The event will bring together global market leaders and industry representatives under one roof to showcase their latest innovations in products and technologies.

9.bC India 2011: Floored at bC India 2011!

The event, held from February 08-11, 2011, was a resounding success. CW highlights the people, products and the breaking news at the landmark show.

10.Railways plans multi-functional complexes at Kurla Terminus and Vasai station

The railways has drafted plans for multi-level car parking and a host of passenger amenities like quality food stalls and restaurants at the proposed multi-functional complex (MFC) stations at Kurla Terminus and Vasai stations.

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