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A harmonious synergy between business & social goals

CSR activities are helping cement companies in brand building, image creation, and customer retention.

Ambuja Cement and ACC join hands to support those impacted by the COVID-19 crisis.

Ambuja Cements and ACC, two leading cement manufacturing companies who are members of the global LafargeHolcim group, have collectively contributed Rs 3.30 crore to three NGOs to support daily-wagers, migrant labourers, slum-dwellers

The Formwork Experts

Doka Group is the pioneer in introducing system formwork, which is the most demanded solution for quality conscious players in the construction industry.

We are like this only!

While our roads may be paved with good intentions, do they translate to an easy ride? CW speaks to RTI activists, NGOs, former engineers and audit companies across India and gives you 15 reasons that tell us why Indian roads are the way they are.

Survey conducted for road works in Pune

In Pune's Dattawadi area students of BN College of Architecture and other NGOs conducted a survey recently and asked the residents about their particular needs with regard to the city roads. The survey was part of the pilot survey for sustainable road design for the city.

Starlit joins hands with INGOS for hydel projects

Starlit Infrastructure joined hands with Czech Republic's premier infrastructure company INGOS for the development of small hydro power projects in India.

I always focus on direct dialogue

Construction may still be a male-dominated world but women are beginning to storm the bastion by combining administrative and technical expertise with soft skills and a sky-high EQ.

Uranium mining in Meghalaya to start in 6 months

Uranium mining in Meghalaya is expected to start in five-to-six months as the state is planning to resolve issues with non-governmental organisations (NGOs) opposed to mining within the next three months.

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.

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