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1.Seven storey construction gets government nod

The Manipur Government has given its approval for the construction of seven storey buildings in areas covered by the Imphal Municipal Corporation. Prior to this, the state allowed the construction of only three storey buildings due to the state being an intensive earthquake-prone-zone.

2.Manipur Government to improve road connectivity

In order to upgrade road connectivity in the state, the Manipur Government is planning to construct elevated highways and ring roads

3.Our strength lies in designing the equipment we require for our projects in-house

Here’s a company that has been registered as a ‘super special class’ contractor with the Ministry of Defence.

4.Lessons learnt over two years of RERA’s implementation

About 19 states having a fully operational real-estate regulatory authority

5.Maharashtra leads in implementation of RERA

To date, 20,500-20,600 projects are registered, of which 13,000 are ongoing

6.Cabinet okays the construction of Dhurbi-Philbari bridge over Brahmaputra

Cabinet Committee on Economic Affairs has reportedly approved the construction of the four-lane bridge over River Brahmaputra

7.One year after launch, UDAY yet to make a big impact

Dismal DISCOM (distribution company) credit profiles due to high debt, heavy losses and poor operational efficiencies affects every aspect of the Indian power sector and is directly responsible for large populations without access to power, regular power cuts and the inability to purchase power from generators.

8.Rooftop solar plant inaugurated

A grid-connected rooftop solar power plant has been installed for the first time in the state at the residence of Thokchom Jotin Singh, Kongpal Kongkham Leikai, Imphal East. The Manipur Government has been working to install a number of rooftop solar power plants whose total installed capacity would be 5 MW within the Twelfth Plan period under MNRE.

9.Indian Railways complete ground work for extending rail connectivity to Nepal, Bhutan, Bangladesh and Myanmar

In tune with the Act East policy to boost ties with South Asian neighbours through Northeastern region, the Indian Railways have completed ground work for extending rail connectivity to Nepal, Bhutan, Bangladesh and Myanmar.

10.Road min includes four national highways

The Union Ministry of Road Transport and Highways plans to include four national highways -NH-702, NH-702A, NH-02C and NH-702 B - in Nagaland.