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1.RFQ for Mopa Airport

The Goa Government has sent across a global request for quotation (RFQ) to develop a Greenfield international airport at Mopa.

2.RFQ deadline for Navi Mumbai airport extended

Bidders for the construction of the Navi Mumbai International Airport have been given an extension period of six weeks to submit their Requests for Qualification (RFQ)

3.PPT targets 270 mn tonne capacity

Paradip Port Trust (PPT) has witnessed commendable growth in cargo handling during the current fiscal. The port has now floated Request for Qualification (RFQ)

4.Highway projects face delay

The deadline to award 12,000 km highway projects by March 2010 will be delayed by at least three more months.

5.Lanco Solar to set up plant in Orissa

Lanco Infratech’s special purpose vehicle Lanco Solar plans to set up a 120 tpa polysilicon, ingot and wafer manufacturing plant in a SEZ near Cuttack.

6.Centre to invite bids for 4,000 MW Orissa UMPP

The Centre will start the bidding process for the 4,000 MW Orissa power project soon. Power Finance Corporation will invite pre-qualification bids for the project.

7.Fourteen firms evince interest in Vizhinjam port project

About 14 companies have shown interest in the Vizhinjam International Seaport in Kerala including Reliance, GMR, GVK and a number of consortiums.

8.Railways invite RfQ for Rs 320 bn projects

Media reports indicate that the Indian Railways invited requests for qualification (RfQ) from domestic and foreign firms for setting up two locomotive factories at an investment of Rs 32,000 crore. The Railways expects to award these two projects, which include setting up diesel locomotive factory and a electric locomotive factory, by December. The Railways planned to set up an electric locomotive factory at Madhepura and a diesel locomotive factory at Marh

9.Railway Invites New Bids

Indian Railways has invited fresh bids for the Mumbai elevated rail corridor project to generate interest amongst global players.

10.Rates finalised before privatising

The Civil Aviation secretary recently confirmed that rates for six airports of the AAI will be finalised before the issue of bids for the PPP development of the projects. This will reduce the scope of aggressive bidding, limit the cost burden on passengers and improve the profitability of companies.