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1.India explores partnership deals with Saudi Arabia

The Government of India explored business partnership deals between India and Saudi Arabia during Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s recent visit to the nation


2.PM Modi to cut the ribbon for important infrastructure projects in Varanasi

As reported, Prime Minister Narendra Modi is set to inaugurate two major national highways, which spread to a total length of 34 km, and an inland waterways project in Varanasi


3.India is our second most important market for our Structures business

The $10-trillion construction sector is expected to become the third largest market by 2030, contributing around 15 per cent to GDP and achievingthe highest employability after the agriculture sector.


4.Steel industry becoming globally competitive

Dharmendra Pradhan invites investors to be a partner in India’s growth story


5.Rural infrastructure to receive Rs.25 tn

In a bid to promote rural infrastructure development, Prime Minister Narendra Modi recently announced Rs. 25 tn will be spent on all villages spread across the country to strengthen their infrastructure with a special focus on alleviating farmers of all their problems.


6.We are planning Rs 14 trillion worth of investment in the next five years

Nagendra Nath Sinha, Chairman, NHAI, announced at the recently concluded India Construction Festival 2019


7.For our Structures business, India is becoming our second most important market globally

The $10-trillion construction sector is expected to become the third largest market by 2030, contributing around 15 per cent to GDP and achievingthe highest employability after the agriculture sector.


8.We will share an extensive report with NHAI on proposed resolutions to impediments received from stakeholders at the India Construction Festival

The ‘Infrastructure Sector’, as we know it today, was born in 2001 when then Prime Minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee launched the Golden Quadrilateral project to kickstart the Indian economy, which had suffered a series of jolts beginning with the Asian financial crisis of 1997 to the dotcom bust in the year 2000, where several companies inspired by the Internet boom failed financially.


9.We are planning Rs 14 trillion worth of investment in the next five years

Right now, India’s transport departments and ministries are structured in a way that they are operating in silos. But going forward, we need to come and work together, and make the most efficient and effective investment for the economy.


10.Here’s why we need 20 L&Ts

While several scoff at the idea of a target of $ 5 trillion economy, I read between the lines. For the first time, the theme of our country’s leadership has changed since 2014.


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