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1.APSEZ to increase cargo handling capacity of Dhamra port

The Adani Ports and Special Economic Zone, which manages the Mundra Port, is planning on investing Rs.489.33 bn with the aim of enhancing the cargo handling capacity of Dharma Port in Odisha.


2. Kutch airport gets green nod

A new commercial airport will be developed in Kutch, Gujarat, after the Union Environment Ministry gave it a green nod following consultations from a panel of experts. Estimated to be worth Rs.14 bn, the project will be built by Mundra International Airport.


3.Government gives green nod for airport project in Kutch worth Rs 14 billion

A new commercial airport will be developed in Kutch, Gujarat, after the Union Environment Ministry gave it a green nod following consultations from a panel of experts. Estimated to be worth Rs 14 billion, the project will be built by Mundra International Airport.


4.Infra projects in Goa, Gujarat get green nod

The environment ministry’s Expert Appraisal Committee has granted environmental clearance to the development of a greenfield international airport in north Goa and granted terms of reference to the expansion of a waterfront development plan for Mundra Port by Adani Ports and SEZ.


5.APSEZ to invest Rs 575.94 billion to expand Mundra port

At present, the port has an approval of handling 225 MT


6.Infra projects in Goa and Gujarat receive environmental clearance

As per environmental law experts, violations have been recorded in various government and legal documents pertaining to the project


7.Port sector attracts investment worth 36.128 billion

On the inaugural day of the Vibrant Gujarat Summit 2019, investment proposals attracted by the port and port-led development sector received investment intentions worth Rs 36.128 billion.


8.East-based non-major ports to lead sustainable growth path for Indian maritime trade | EY

Non-major ports like Krishnapatnam on the east coast could play a pivotal role in ports centric industrial development. India can save $30 billion by moving part of trade closer to ports by 2020.


9.Power Grid board approves investment of Rs.2.5K cr for transmission projects

State-run Power Grid Corp has approved a cumulative investment of Rs 2,510 crore for various transmission projects, including Rs 1,455.47


10.Smooth Seas Ahead?

India´s port infrastructure - a critical resource for the country´s prosperity - has so far failed to reach its potential. Will the new government´s policies bring a turnaround? RAMESH K VAIDYANATHAN and ARVIND RAVINDRANATH take a closer look.