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Tata Power is tendering quite actively on power projects outside India, where it senses great business opportunities and growth potentials. The company is developing a 114 MW hydro power project
India and Nepal are negotiating for a Project Development Agreement (PDA) to generate hydro-electric power in the country.
Ministry of Railways convened a high level meeting to discuss two long-pending rail connectivity projects between India and Nepal.
Tata Power and Norway’s SN Power have formed a 50:50 joint venture to develop hydroelectric power projects in India and Nepal.
Asansol-based Burnpur Cement plans to set up cement plants in Jharkhand, Uttar Pradesh, Bihar and Nepal, to increase its capacity to 10 mn tonne, in the next few years. These expansions will be carried out in two phases.
After winning ´India´s Top SMEs´ , BAI´s ´Navratna of Construction Industry Award´, AIBCF´s ´Business Excellence Award Indo-Nepal Friendship Award and Global Achievers Award, Spartan wins one more award - the ´Excellence in Operations´ for innovative initiatives.
India and Nepal have signed a deal for the development of rail infrastructure at five points along the Indo-Nepal border.
Indian Railways has decided to invest Rs 470 crore to build a 70 km rail line connecting Nepal as part of the move to strengthen ties between the two countries.
With waterproofing having emerged as an absolute necessity for every construction imaginable, it is not hard to imagine the profound growth rate that the industry has witnessed over the last few decades.
Incorporated as ARSS Stones Pvt Ltd in 2000 and subsequently branching into the field of major construction work within a span of two years, ARSS Infrastructure is truly a name to reckon with.