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1.Steel gaining prominence in the Indian construction industry

While composite steel construction is preferred in industrial and commercial construction, steel is also gaining popularity in residential markets. Let’s delve into the many benefits of steel, which has led to its popularity in the construction industry

2.The state gets its third airport. Here’s more!

A license has been issued by the Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) for setting up of a third airport in Odisha, in Rourkela. The decision is expected to pave way for connecting the steel city with the rest of the country.

3.Winners | Top Challengers 2017-18

With a presence in all major infrastructure, construction, heavy engineering and industrial projects across the country, Action Construction Equipment expects a revenue growth of over 25 per cent and is fully geared with a wide range of products to cater to customer requirements.

4.SAIL supplies 20,000 tonne of steel for Lucknow Metro Rail project

Steel Authority of India (SAIL) has supplied around 20,000 tonne of steel for the 8.5-km-long priority stretch of the North-South Corridor of the Lucknow Metro Rail project, which will operate between Transport Nagar and Lucknow Charbagh Railway station.

5.Local firms to get first rail supply contract

India will award its first global rail supplies contract to local firms, refusing major foreign bidders, to promote domestic manufacturing.

6.SAIL to expand Rourkela unit

Steel Authority of India (SAIL) is planning to expand the capacity of its Rourkela unit to 10 mtpa up from 4.5 mtpa.

7.BHEL to build plant in Odisha

Bharat Heavy Electricals Ltd (BHEL) will set up a Rs 1,600 crore worth 250 MW thermal power plant in Odisha, as per an order placed by NTPC-SAIL Power Company, a JV between NTPC and Steel Authority of India.

8.Global woes pull down Indian steel sector

The Indian steel production rose marginally in May due to commissioning of new plants.

9.Kenya seeks assistance from SAIL

Kenya has plans to set up an integrated steel plant in collaboration with Steel Authority of India (SAIL).

10.Mining to resume in Odisha

The Odisha Government has renewed leases of three captive mines of the Steel Authority of India Ltd (SAIL) and one of Odisha Mining Corporation, paving the way for resumption of mining operations in the state. Though Odisha has begun to process renewals in batches.