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1.Ahmedabad is the fastest growing metro city in India

Make no mistake; Gujarat is in the grip of an irresistible momentum, constantly buzzing with activity. From real estate and automobiles to infrastructure activities galore, the state promises to be a viable option for investors and developers in the country and abroad.


2.CW wins at the CIDC Vishwakarma Awards

ASAPP Media Information Group recently bagged two awards at the 14th CIDC Annual Day and the 2nd Vishwakarma Awards.


3.Affordable housing for EPFO subscribers

The Ministry of Labour & Employment will come up with a mega housing scheme to offer affordable houses for over 5 crore Employees´ Provident Fund Organization( EPFO)


4.8th Construction World Annual Awards 2010

If you wanted to meet people adept at turning stones to milestones, you should have been at the Construction World Annual Awards 2010 in Mumbai.


5.Shree Cement to set up cement and power plant in Karnataka

Shree Cement has signed a memorandum of understanding with the Karnataka Government to set up a 3mn tonne cement plant and a 100 MW power plant in the state.


6.State signs MoUs with 12 firms

The Maharashtra Government has signed MoUs with 12 firms which will invest about Rs 3,822 crore and provide direct employment to more than 4,000 people in the state.


7.Amma Lines to set up Rs 6,000 cr port in WB

Amma Lines Ltd, belonging to the Mumbai-based Meka group, will set up a core deep sea port in West Bengal, in consortium with the West Bengal Industrial Development Corporation (WBIDC).


8.Lafarge wins FICCI Safety Award

Lafarge India was awarded with the first FICCI Safety Excellence Award for Manufacturing. Mallikarjun M Kharge, Minister for Labour and Employment, Government of India, presented the award to Uday Khanna, CEO and Managing Director, Lafarge India.


9.Jaypee to set up cement, clinker units in HP

The Jaypee Group plans to set up a 2.75 mn tonne clinker unit in Solan district of Himachal Pradesh.


10.Karnataka

With the turnaround in the IT sector and increased employment intake, the realty sector in Karnataka is witnessing an upswing in demand and the figures are expected to further increase by 2011.