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1.India Economic Summit 2010

The World Economic Forum’s India Economic Summit 2010 revealed India’s quest for inclusive growth providing a test-bed for global sustainability.

2.A mixed deal

The New Year seems to have brought mixed fortunes for Ajit Gulabchand, Chairman and Managing Director, Hindustan Construction Company.

3.Be enthusiastic and involved, and ready to take calculated risks

She’s leaving the next day for her first trip to the World Economic Forum at Davos. But Anita Arjundas has agreed to make time for us - her response to our request, instant and enthusiastic.

4. Most Admired Companies: Lanco Infratech

Lanco Infratech has been driving growth in domains including engineering, procurement and construction (EPC), power, solar, natural resources, infrastructure and property development.

5.As the spark of passion within you is recognised, everything falls into place

She's an architect and planner of Indian origin - with an international reach. As one of the first women in India to have started her own architectural firm, Sheila Sriprakash, Chief Architect, Shilpa Architects Planners Designers Pvt Ltd, has now been invited to serve on the World Economic Forum's Global Agenda Council on Design Innovation as part of a 16-member team to formulate ways to improve the state of the world.

6.Atlas Copco ranked among world's top sustainable companies

Atlas Copco has been recognised as one of the most sustainable companies in the annual Global 100 list. Presented at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, the list ranks companies registering in¡creased productivity by using less resources.

7.Power to regulate

The Government approves the Draft Regulatory Reform Bill, 2013, to govern the constitution, powers, functioning and accountability of the regulatory commissions for development and promotion of public utility industries.

8.Multidimensional Dialogue on Capital Projects

Maximising returns by addressing strategic and systemic issues Senior leaders representing various organisations came together to discuss the challenges facing the execution of capital projects

9.From Strength to Strength

Indias GDP growth rate clocked 7.6 per cent in FY 2015-16 with the fourth quarter reaching almost 8 per cent. This happened at a time when many large economies, including Japan and China, have continued to struggle with a slowdown.

10.We are working at doubling our revenue

Going by the global consumption pattern of construction and material handling equipment for various developed and developing economies, there seems to be huge potential in India. This is also evident from the recent infrastructure development ranking published by World Economic Forum.