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1.OVL signs MoU with Angolan oil company

ONGC Videsh Ltd (OVL) has signed an MoU with the national oil company of Angola, Sonangol, for cooperation in the exploration sector.

2.JSPL inks pact with US firm

Jindal Steel & Power Ltd (JSPL) has tied up with US-based Massey Energy to develop and operate underground coal mines.

3.Spreading its Wings

Macons Equipment, a pioneer in the construction equipment manufacturing sector, recently inaugurated its third state-of-the-art manufacturing facility at Matoda in Ahmedabad. The company already has two facilities at Vatva and Changodar.

4.The conversion of streetlights into LED is a major project in the next fiscal

In June 2014, Pradeep Agarwal took over as municipal commissioner of Ludhiana, Punjab´s largest city corporation. It was his first assignment with a local government. Following the Lok Sabha elections, Agarwal´s first priority was to restart all the work that was on hold.

5.GE-Hitachi to use L&T forgings

GE-Hitachi Nuclear Energy Inc plans to source special steels and forgings from Larsen & Toubro’s (L&T) new integrated forging facility coming up in Hazira.

6.OVL plans projects in Africa

ONGC Videsh Ltd (OVL), is focusing on various African countries such as Sudan, Congo, Nigeria, Libya, Ghana, Angola, Egypt and Uganda for acquisitions of oil and gas assets.

7.Mining Prospects

Charu Bahri explores the expectations of mining equipment vendors from the mining industry and innovative green trends sweeping the sector.

8.Ashiana launches Rangoli Gardens phase 1

Ashiana Housing Ltd has launched the phase one of 'Rangoli Gardens' project in Jaipur.

9.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.

10.The Indonesian Government plans to offer 43 infra projects to private investors next year

History reveals that the relationship between India and Indonesia dates back to first century AD when Indian traders were the first to arrive in Indonesia. Through the years, the trade and cultural links have continued with the potential for mutually

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