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1.Five vehicles fall into gap as bridge near Malanka village collapses, four injuries reported

Five vehicles plunged into the river on Sunday when a 60-ft-long bridge near Malanka village near Junagadh in Gujarat collapsed due to heavy rainfall.

2.When it would have been reasonable to break even, we continued to report growth

Capacit'e Infraprojects (CIL) embarked on its journey in 2012 and has emerged as one of the most attractive representatives of India’s super high-rise and high-rise building construction segments.

3.The Strength of Stainless Steel

The construction industry needs to adopt stainless steel for the sustainability and longevity of projects

4.Are buildings designed for seismic performance?

Observed performance of RC buildings is highly unsatisfactory

5.How safe are our buildings?

Building collapses are often related to planning, design and material

6.India needs to weld its bridge-building gap

Need for innovative methods and quality standards to build healthy bridges

7.India needs best alternative for safe, sustainable civic infra

25% rail bridges in India are over 100 years old and need replacement

8.How focussed are your safety measures in high-rise buildings?

With several property developers in our metros developing skyscrapers of 150-250 m and more, an increasingly pressing question being asked by property buyers is whether they safe. This is an obvious and natural concern, given the increasing incidence of fires, earthquakes and building collapses fairly regularly. Let us take a closer look at this.

9.White knight wanted after black money battle

There are very few events etched in the memories of an entire generation. For the Americans, it was the 9/11 attack and the Lehman brothers collapse. For Indians, it was the Kargil skirmish, the 26/11 terror attack and, now, demonetisation.

10.Collapsed bridge not rebuilt in TN even after 13 years

The collapsed bridge on the Pasimuthan canal in Thillainayagapuram village near Chidambaram in Tamil Nadu has not yet been reconstructed, even after 13 years of the bridge collapse. When the rainy season arrives villagers of North Thillainayagapuram are virtually cut off from rest of the world as they don't have any alternative bridge to cross the canal.

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