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1.Relaxation in FDI rules in construction

The government has formally notified a reduction in the minimum area and capitalisation requirement for foreign investors in construction


2.JSL signs MoU with state

The state government has signed an MoU with JSL Ltd for setting up a stainless steel park on 300 acre at Kalinganagar.


3.AAI to clear Kolkata Airport drainage

The Airports Authority of India (AAI) has finalised the plan to modernise the drainage system within the Kolkata Airport.


4.A look at business opportunities bagged by industry players...

BHEL has bagged an order from Elena Power & Infrastructure Ltd for setting up two coal-fired power plants in Maharashtra.


5.Tunnelling Success

There’s a lot happening beneath the surface, thanks to burgeoning construction opportunities and superior equipment and expertise on offer, finds Charu Bahri.


6.Our total outstanding business in the construction sector is around Rs 7,000 crore

Delivering stability, integrity and quality in each of its projects, Sadbhav Engineering Ltd has grown manifold since its inception with diversified operations in roads and bridges, irrigation and mining, covering the length and breadth of India.


7.J&K's Rs 69.5 cr drainage project goes on stream

Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Omar Abdullah inaugurated a Rs 69.50 core Rawalpora-Tengpora Storm Water Drainage Scheme recently at


8.Biharsharif mull Rs 6.2 bn investment

In the next 18 years, Biharsharif municipal corporation proposes to invest Rs 620.22 crore in three phases on the development of water facilities, drainage, sewerage, roads, social infrastructure, urban poverty eradication etc. This is part of the city development plan finalised by the civic body with the state urban development ministry and a London-based architect firm recently.


9.C'batore faces funds crunch to maintain its roads

Coimbatore City Municipal Corporation has exhausted funds earmarked for repairing roads that were dug up to lay UGD pipelines. Work on more than 100 km of roads is pending in the city. So the mess on city roads due to the underground drainage (UGD) work is unlikely to be cleared in the near future.


10.TN govt to spend Rs 66.5 bn on urban infrastructure

The Tamil Nadu government plans to upgrade civic amenities like drinking water supply, drainage, sewerage, solid waste management across urban areas in the state at an investment of Rs 6,654.03 crore. In this regard, the state government launched recently an integrated urban development mission which would be implemented in the city corporations and muni


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