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1.Indian and Brazilian markets are still quite unexplored by each other.

Durval Luiz de Oliveira Pereira, First Secretary and Head, Promotion Sector, Embassy of Brazil, New Delhi India and Brazil have enjoyed a long history of partnership and cooperation with a relationship that has been extensive and comprehensive.

2.Contract Awarded (Dec. 2014)

Contract value: Rs1,250 crore Particulars: Solar Power Projects Acme Cleantech Solutions Ltd has bagged a contract to develop 160 MW of solar power projects in Anantapur, Kurnool and Chittoor districts of Andhra Pradesh.

3.12th Construction World Annual Awards 2014

A perfect backdrop, the stage set, lights on, a packed audience and a group of stellar achievers ready to celebrate victory - the 12th CW Annual Awards were indeed the stuff of magic.

4. They bagged it!

Unity Infraprojects has been awarded the project for constructing Harsi high-level main canal. This will include earthwork, cement concrete lining for the main canal cast in situ for a distribution network all in concrete structures, WBM service road for main canal and Muroom topped road for distribution network from 30-60 km.


SC Bhargava, Senior Vice President, Head of Electrical & Automation (E&A) business of Larsen & Toubro Ltd (L&T), has spent 27 years working on the design aspects of major switchgear products at L&T. He has been involved in expanding the products and projects of E&A in select countries outside India.

6.The Top 16 Challengers of 2014

Martin Luther King Jr. famously said, ´Our very survival depends on our ability to stay awake, to adjust to new ideas, to remain vigilant and to face the challenge of change´

7.Top Challengers - Larsen & Toubro Ltd

Despite diverse difficulties in the last two years, L&T proved its mettle by delivering consistent financial performance. While hitherto, L&T´s involvement in the rail sector had been confined to general electrification, the project to develop India

8.Ground Realities

What earthmoving equipment models can cut operational costs, and by how much? CW has some answers. Notwithstanding the change in government at the Centre, demand for earthmoving equipment appears to be stuck in a rut.