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1.GVK to sell small stake in Alpha Coal

GVK Group plans to sell a minority stake in Australia's Alpha coal projects, which it had purchased from Hancock Prospecting Pty as part of a $1.26 bn deal.

2.Women are very sincere and passionate about fulfilling their roles

Twenty-five years of experience in traffic and transportation planning and engineering have put her on the fast track to success. K Vijaya Lakshmi, a graduate in civil engineering and a masters in transportation engineering,

3.Bangalore Metro project gets Ç110-mn French loan

For the Bangalore Metro Rail project phase-1 work, Agence Francaise de Development (AFD), the French development agency of the Government of France, has approved a loan of Ç110 mn. This is a sovereign loan granted by the Government of France to the Government of India.

4.'Rail' to go!

Urvinder Pal Singh Madan, Metropolitan Commissioner of the Mumbai Metropolitan Regional Development Authority (MMRDA), is one of the vital people responsible for improving the transport infrastructure projects in the city. Its recent mega project

5.Networked Cities

The interconnectivity of a city, smart or not, is undeniable. The city is one of the most complex societal systems to exist, and the more complex the system, more profound the effect of a single event.

6.Hope at Hand

The year 2015 saw some positive moves aimed at easing flow of capital to infrastructure projects. The year 2016 should see further easing and resultant positive impacts on FDI in the construction, railways and defence sectors.

7.PUBLIC SPENDING | Growth Accelerator

It is known - and recognised - that the Indian economy is one of the fastest growing in the world. However, for this growth to sustain, the infrastructure sector needs acceleration at a much faster pace. With this in mind, Finance Minister Arun Jaitley allocated Rs 396,135 crore for the infrastructure sector in this year´s Budget, up 10 per cent from the previous year.

8.What does it take for different mall formats to succeed?

India is seeing a resurgence in the fortunes of large-format retail real estate, going by the retail space that has entered the market of late and the number of malls under development

9.Here are five ways SDLG motor graders can smooth the way for the Belt and Road Initiative!

Extensive transport infrastructure is being built under the Belt and Road Initiative (BRI), with one Chinese firm alone responsible for 10,320 km of new roads. With many more road projects in the pipeline, we present five benefits that SDLG motor graders can bring to these jobs.

10.About 24 multi-modal logistics parks planned under Bharatmala programme

The government is committed towards providing world-class transport and logistics infrastructure in the country to support the growth of economic activity.

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