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1.Cement Sector: Expectations from Budget 2020

The cement sector requires a revival of housing sector and higher public spending


2.Macro factors related to the Union Budget 2020

Government must remain focussed on a divestment agenda for FY21


3.25,000-km Bharatmala project expedited

Recent reports state that the Rs 10 lakh crore Bharatmala project spanning 25,000 km has been fast-tracked by the PMO. It is known that the highway project was sent to the Public Investment Board for approval in May and will now be forwarded to the Union Cabinet for their sanction, which is expected to be received by the end of this month. The estimated expenditure to be incurred in Phase-I is around Rs 6 lakh crore.


4.Land Acquisition Bill passes the Lower House Test

The Central Government has managed to push through an amended Land Acquisition Bill in Lok Sabha.This Bill is an amended version of the original Bill that was passed by the UPA government.


5.The india report

Jas the Indian economy suddenly gained momentum? The revision in the way GDP is calculated - with a change in the base year and a ´value-added´ way to measure output - has seen a swell in growth from around 5 per cent just a year ago to 7.3 per cent in FY15.


6.Bure din gaye

On the completion of his first year in office, Prime Minister Narendra Modi reached out to all citizens and presented his case. The media extensively assessed the Government´s performance too.


7.Be dabangg in 2013

Will 2013 see renewed acceleration in projects becoming available for bidding? Will projects stuck in the web of permission get the green signal? Will the RBI finally reduce interest rates? Will the UPA government continue its drive towards policy reform? Let us first look at the reasons why 2013 can be a better year than 2012. We have P Chidambaram in the finance ministry, quite determined to reduce fiscal deficit.


8.Highway construction hits the fast lane

With the country adding 11 km of roads everyday, construction of highways, which had dipped to dismal levels in the past few years, has picked up.


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