The Union Budget 2017 has ensured that sanitation is one of the top priorities for the government in the next financial year. Significant developments with respect to the Swachh Bharat Mission and sanitation in rural areas are expected, based on the proposed budget allocations in these areas. Increasing the sanitation coverage of funds under the Swachh Bharat Yojana from 42 per cent to 60 per cent for rural areas is a step in the right direction. The budget has proved that a constraint of funds
The Ministry of Drinking Water and Sanitation has recently revealed the progress of the Swachh Bharat Mission Gramin in the last two years. As per reports, 2.4 crore toilets have been constructed under the Swachh Bharat Mission and 15.04 lakh under MNREGA across rural India
On May 16, the nation will wait with bated breath for a resolute verdict in anointing the new leader who will lead the country out of the morass. Industrial production is at an abysmal low, GDP is struggling to regain lost ground, tax collections have dropped, non-performing assets have mounted,
The new year is all about going UP. If you're about to dismiss this as a wrong insight, given the dismal business sentiment with no graph headed in that direction, here's a clarification: the 'UP' being referred to is the state of Uttar Pradesh
Suddenly and silently, the price of construction has gone up dramatically in India. Construction World speaks to contractors, developers and building material majors to find out why and assess the implications for the industry and end-users.