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1.AURIC to attract an investment of Rs 600 billion from global players

During calendar year 2018, AURIC has reportedly attracted an investment of Rs 36 billion

2.Domestic vs. imported steel

Is Indian steel inferior to imported steel?

3.RDIF to invest in Indian infrastructure

Russian Direct Investment Fund (RDIF), along with the National Investment and Infrastructure Fund, will be investing in ports and logistics in India.

4.RITE and Aark Infosoft sign MoU for e-governance, Smart Cities

Top Russian IT solutions firm RusITExport (RITE) has signed an agreement with India’s Aark Infosoft to cooperate on Information Technology in various projects coming under cyber security, Smart City and e-governance. The agreement will further the development of complex IT projects in the country.

5.India, Russia, Iran to launch new cargo transport corridor. Here’s all you need to know about the INSTC project!

In order to enhance trade and connectivity, India, Russia and Iran plan on launching a new cargo transport corridor, which would be a cheaper and shorter alternative to the Suez Canal.

6.FOREIGN touch to high-speed train

French Chinese and Russian companies have joined hands with the Indian Railways to bring three of the latter´s nine semi-high speed rail corridor projects on track. In these corridors, trains will run at 160-200 km an hour.

7.India to soon allocate site for second Russian-designed nuclear power plant

India is known to have been working towards early allocation of the second site for the construction of the Russian-designed nuclear power plant as the Moscow assisted Kudankulam nuclear power plant has already started generating power.

8.India, Russia ink MoU

India has signed an agreement with Russia for cooperation in the implementation of the smart cities programme and use of IT solutions of the Russian companies.


The first unit of the Kudankulam nuclear plant was dedicated to the nation jointly by Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Russian President Vladimir Putin recently, with both calling it a fine example of special and privileged Indo-Russian strategic partnership.

10.See how faster traction on National Investment and Infrastructure Fund (NIIF) can help roll in the much-needed equity capital for Infrastructure

In ICRA’s view, NIIF has the potential to be a game-changer for the Indian infrastructure sector; however, the model will take some time to establish, and to begin with, investments are likely to be towards operational projects due to their lower risk profile. Nevertheless, this will help in releasing the capital of developers.