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1.Land approval for Metro projects

The union cabinet chaired by Prime Minister Narendra Modi has given approval for transfer of land to implement metro rail projects.


2.Gift of Transformation

RAMAKANT JHA charts out the path of transformation for Gift City. Everyone recognises India as a great growth story. However, the infrastructure bottlenecks at times limit the country´s growth potential.


3.M3M Group plans to build expo centre in Delhi

M3M Group recently announced its strategic tie-up with the Xian Ji Co of China for constructing a multi-trade exposition centre in Gurgaon. Both companies signed an MoU for $5 bn.


4.Hi-flier

Looks like blue skies ahead for the Airport Authority of India (AAI) with RK Srivastava as its next Chairman.


5.Need for Speed

HARSH DHINGRA reveals the reasons that put Indian rail transport on the map of global high-speed trains. The requirements imposed by a rapidly growing country both economically and population-wise, fuel a demand for shorter delivery times and faster movement.


6.Heading the Development

RAMESH TIPIRNENI puts product development on the forefront in anticipation of the upturn ahead. caterpillar has been active in India since the 1930´s. We connect with over 10,000 people for work, including our employees, dealers and suppliers.


7.Get set for a vibrant India!

Generally, the sensex has a strong nose. Last year, at this time, it had kissed 21,000 and was shying away from maintaining a perch there. The hesitation in breaching the peak was the result of the conditioning created by a government that had stepped


8.A New Orbit

On the heels of a new government committed to infrastructure and growth, India stands on the cusp of a transformation. Change is the only constant. And, the Indian economy is proof of this. While a year ago, the scenario looked gloomy with a sub 5-per-cent GDP


9.The Skill Gap

While the Indian construction sector has moved from the bullock cart to the bullet train era, skilled workers remain an elusive commodity, writes Niranjan Hiranandani. As construction and other infrastructure building activities in the country flourish, there is a growing need to mobilise and train


10.2014: The Year That Was....

India´s infrastructure kings share their experiences of the past year and recommendations for a smooth way forward. Fiscal years come and go, but FY14 has been different.