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1.Will the National Infrastructure Pipeline plan work?

While the government has outlined a $5 trillion economy plan, challenges and hindrances continue to plague infrastructure development.


2.Why are contractors exiting highway projects?

Five construction companies recently exited eight highway projects


3.269 projects worth Rs 12.30 trillion reviewed under the government’s PRAGATI platform

This January, Prime Minister Narendra Modi chaired the 32nd interaction of PRAGATI—the ICT-based, multimodal platform for Pro-Active Governance and Timely Implementation, involving the Centre and state governments


4.269 projects worth Rs 12.30 trillion reviewed under the government's PRAGATI platform

This January, Prime Minister Narendra Modi chaired the 32nd interaction of PRAGATI—the ICT-based, multimodal platform for Pro-Active Governance and Timely Implementation, involving the Centre and state governments


5.Why the delay in infrastructure projects?: A detailed study

Here are challenges impeding project execution leading to time and cost overruns.


6.Big Deal!

Of private equity investments worth $4 billion in India’s real estate in 2018, the commercial segment has attracted a lion’s share of 70 per cent


7.Warehousing, the sunrise sector for PE investments

Accounted for almost 19% of investments, the second highest in 2018


8.Top deals that India’s real estate witnessed in 2018

Of PE investments worth $4 bn in Indian realty, commercial attracted 70%


9.While India's real estate market is moving towards 'corporatisation', here's what it needs for its 'real' revival!

There's been plenty of action in the Indian real-estate sector in the wake of policy moves like Real Estate Regulatory Authority (RERA), Goods and Services Tax (GST), Housing for All by 2022, foreign direct investment (FDI), the Benami Transactions Prohibitions Act, demonetisation, the Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code (IBC) and land title insurance, among others.


10.Infrastructure status for affordable housing will allow companies in the segment to undertake long-gestation projects like townships

The Finance Minister has announced infrastructure status for the affordable housing sector. This will enable companies in the affordable housing segment to borrow long-term and external commercial funds at lower interest rates. They will also be able to undertake long-gestation projects like affordable housing townships.


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