While most Indian infrastructure companies are busy grabbing multiple pieces of the Indian infrastructure pie, some are perfectly content with just one piece. A prime example is GPT Infraprojects, a subsidiary of Kolkata-based GPT Group.
India has started the process of supplying 100 MW of power from southern Tripura´s Palatana power plant to Bangladesh.
Bangladesh might restore the abandoned railway connectivity that existed before the partition of India to boost trade and people-to-people contact
India is likely to extend its railway network to two more places along the India-Bangladesh border in order to improve connectivity between the two countries.
ONGC’s Palatana gas-based thermal power project, in Tripura, is set to become operational by the end of next year and produce 363 MW of power in the first phase.
BHEL’s Hyderabad unit tested the generators of ratings 150 MW, 15.75 kV in India at its amachandrapuram factory.
NHAI has approved Tripura government's proposal for conversion of the Agartala-Sabroom national highway into four-lane.
India’s first power project fuelled with gas from Bangladesh is being set up by Oil and Natural Gas Ltd.
Power arm of IL&FS, IL&FS Energy Development Company (IEDCL), is planning to set up 15,000 MW of capacity in the next six years.