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1.Budget 2020 will ensure an integrated development of both infra and realty sectors

The allocation of Rs 100 trillion for infrastructure development in the next five years is a move in the positive direction.


2.UDAN 4.0: 30 NorthEast airports and airstrips to come up

Under the UDAN or regional air connectivity scheme, bids have reportedly been sought for six underserved and 24 unserved airports and airstrips in the NorthEast region


3.New bids invited for airports in North East as part of UDAN scheme

As reported, under the UDAN (Ude Desh ka Aam Nagrik) scheme introduced by the government with the aim of creating better means of regional air connectivity, the Ministry of Civil Aviation has invited bids for six underserved and 24 unserved airports or airstrips in the North East region of India.


4.UDAN: 11 airports in Jammu, 2 in Ladakh for bidding

Additional VGF offered for priority sectors under UDAN 4.0


5.Infra Push Drives Equipment Demand

Rajesh Nath and Ajmal Fawad write on the infrastructure market trend and the contributions of German equipment manufacturers.


6.India needs an economic vision

Chandrababu Naidu’s ire is not unjustified as he raked up the issue of the cancellation of orders on projects relating to trunk infrastructure, built over 34,000 acre that he had managed to obtain from farmers under land pooling.


7.BS Yediyurappa inaugurates Karnataka’s new Kalaburagi Airport

As reported, Karnataka’s Chief Minister BS Yediyurappa recently inaugurated the Kalaburagi Airport – as a part of the Indian government’s UDAN and regional connectivity scheme


8.BAI seeks to stop cartelisation in cement industry

The Builders Association of India (BAI), Southern Centre, has sought that the Centre constitute a Cement Regulatory Authority to curb cartelisation in the cement industry.


9.Who’s building in steel?

oday, PEB have gained diverse applications across various sectors


10.Capital outlay of up to Rs.30 trillion expected for transport infra over five years

The new government is likely to maintain continuity on major programmes launched during its last tenure


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