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1.Government invites low cement bids

With an aim to boost development of roads and highways, the government has invited lowest bids for raw materials. The tender will be open to both private and public sector companies. A total of six companies have submitted their quotes of Rs 160 per bag of 50 kg - the price of which is half the market price of Rs 300-350.


2.RRVUPN bags mega power status for Rajasthan projects

Rajasthan power ministry will set up 4X660 MW units at Chhabra and Banswara with a combined investment of Rs 15,840 crore. Rajasthan Rajya Vidyut Utpadan Nigam (RRVUPN) has bagged the mega power project for these four critical power units.


3.Bidding for 12 highway projects delayed

About 12 highway contracts of the Ministry of Road Transport have been delayed till January 2015.


4.NTPC approaches PowerMin for buying equipment

NTPC is seeking approvals from the Power Ministry to procure supercritical equipment worth Rs 16,800-crore for its various projects.


5.AP directs officials to stick to metro deadline

Andhra Pradesh Government has asked officials to ensure that the Hyderabad metro rail project meets the deadline.


6.NHAI to invite bid for Rs 5,000 crore mega highway project

The National Highways Development Authority will be inviting bid for the first mega highway project worth Rs 5,000 crore in the next four to six weeks.


7.Spanco to provide power to Nagpur

Spanco has received a letter of intent from the Maharashtra State Electricity Distribution Company for distributing power to most parts of Nagpur.


8.Bids invited for BAIL terminal expansion

BIAL, the operator of Bengaluru International Airport, has invited bids for the terminal expansion project.


9.ONGC to reach out for Arctic oilfields in Russia

ONGC is reaching out to the largest unallotted hydrocarbon fields in Russia.


10.HMWS&SB plans Rs 141 cr water treatment plant

The Hyderabad Metropolitan Water Supply and Sewerage Board (HMWS&SB) intends to set up a Rs 141.07 crore water treatment plant (WTP) as part of the phase III work on the proposed Krishna drinking water supply project. The proposed 410 million litre per day (MLD) capacity WTP will be set up at Kodandapur and this would supply treated water to the city through Krishna project