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1.Power discoms owe dues worth Rs 68 billion to renewable energy developers

Central Electricity Authority (CEA) stated that power distribution firms throughout the country owed dues amounting to approximately Rs 68.72 billion to renewable energy developers


2.Our strength lies in designing the equipment we require for our projects in-house

Here’s a company that has been registered as a ‘super special class’ contractor with the Ministry of Defence.


3.Better Centre-state coordination and adequate and timely funding will be required for smart cities

The smart city mission along with other new-age initiatives like Digital India is expected to remain top priority in the Government’s development-led agenda.


4.Implementation of river interlinking will raise the ultimate irrigation potential

India Water Vision 2025 estimates that the gross water demand for multipleuses will double 25 years from now, with corresponding investment needs of Rs 200 billion per year.


5.Plans have been laid to build rural roads spanning 125,000 km

the government will plan on the execution of a mega rural road-building project worth Rs 70,000 crore


6.Lessons learnt over two years of RERA’s implementation

About 19 states having a fully operational real-estate regulatory authority


7.ICRA: Maharashtra, Uttar Pradesh to drive state-led capex in road sector

It estimates state-level spend on roads to increase at CAGR of 22 per cent


8.CSR Foundation and PNB Housing to upskill 13,000 construction workers

They have collaborated with 8 skill institutes to roll out the programme


9.Odisha Mining Corporation to open four new mines

The Odisha Mining Corporation (OMC) is planning to open four new iron ore mines as it anticipates a deficit in iron and supplies from March 2020.


10.IIT Kharagpur-designed crab-looking structures proved to be storm-ready

One of the first steps taken then was to construct hundreds of cyclone shelters up and down the coast. These shelters, designed by IIT Kharagpur, are built up to a few miles from the seashore. And evidently, they have proved to be storm-worthy. The structures resemble a crab, have two-storeys and are cement-block rectangular building on stilts. Each shelter can hold several hundred people.