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1.Rail line connecting Konkan and Western Maharashtra gets cabinet nod

As reported, the union cabinet announced its decision approving the development of the Vaibhavwadi-Kolhapur rail line which has been under demand for a long time since it will connect Konkan and Western Maharashtra.


2.Sindhudurg Airport: Maharashtra’s 14th airport to commence operations

Regular commercial flights will reportedly soon be operational from Sindhudurg Airport


3.Kolhapur Airport to get a new terminal building and ATC tower

The foundation stone for a new terminal building and ATC Tower at Kolhapur Airport in Maharashtra has been reportedly laid by Union Civil Aviation Minister Suresh Prabhu.


4.Tenders and Contracts in Construction Projects

Good roads, railways, ports and adequate power are prerequisites of sustainable development. With that in view, the Twelfth Five-Year Plan (2012-2017) aims to increase investment in infrastructure as a percentage of GDP to 9 per cent by 2017


5.SC upholds LNG policy

The Supreme Court has upheld the government´s 2007 directive facilitating pool-pricing of re-gasified liquefied natural gas.


6.JSW Energy to raise Rs.5,000 cr

JSW Energy plans to raise Rs 5,000 crore through qualified institutional placement in 2014-15. The company has sought the approval of its share-holders for about Rs 5,000 crore according to its annual report.


7.JSW terminal in Ratnagiri

JSW´s Jaigarh Port, a special purpose vehicle of JSW Infrastructure, plans to set up a 1 km berth container terminal in Ratnagiri. The bidding for this project has commenced and reached its final stage. Budgeted at around Rs 2,000 crore, ITD Cementation India, Simplex Infrastructure and L&T are among the shortlisted bidders for this terminal.


8.JSWs terminal in Ratnagiri

JSWs Jaigarh Port, a special purpose vehicle of JSW Infrastructure, plans to set up a 1 km berth container terminal in Ratnagiri. The bidding for this project has commenced and reached its fi nal stage. Budgeted at around Rs 2,000 crore, ITD Cementation India, Simplex Infrastructure and L and T are among the shortlisted bidders for this terminal.


9.Power generation restored at Dabhol

After a forced shutdown of four months and 20 days, Ratnagiri Gas and Power restored its power generation at the Dabhol power plant. With a generation capacity of 1,967 MW, the plant is currently generating 320 MW following the supply of 1.4 mn standard cubic metre a day gas from GAIL India


10.NTPC seeks help to sort out tariff

NTPC, which jointly promotes the Ratnagiri Gas and Power, has sought Central Electricity Regulatory Commission's intervention to review power tariff for electricity generated from the 1,967 MW plant at the site.