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1.100 days of NDA Government: To invest Rs 100 trillion in infrastructure

Prakash Javadekar says the government will invest Rs 100 trillion over five years to boost India’s infrastructure

2.Finance ministry finally takes decision on ending disputes with infrastructure companies

Companies to get 75% of arbitration award in case of construction projects that were facing disputes

3.Bold policies, tough decisions for infrastructure in the next five years

Major positive policy measures for the construction and infrastructure sectors

4.Finance Ministry is looking for consultants for sale of PSU land, buildings

The finance ministry focuses on achieving the sell-off target of Rs 900 billion for 2019-20

5.Strategic disinvestment of Kamarajar Port begins

The Department of Investment and Public Asset Management of the Union Finance Ministry has commenced the process of strategic disinvestment of Kamarajar Port (KPL).

6.Stressed power assets to be bid out

The Power Ministry has asked the Finance Ministry to bid out stressed power assets in the insolvency court through a forward e-auction.

7.Old and depleted lines of 8,000 km on trunk routes to be replaced

The Indian Railways is set to begin its largest track renewal exercise (as indicated by media reports), wherein it is expected to replace 8,000 km of old and depleted lines on trunk routes. The cost of the project is estimated to be Rs 10,000 crore, and it will include the overhauling of the entire signalling network to improve safety.

8.Railways to raise Rs 30,000 crore through asset monetisation

The Indian Railways is optimistic about raising Rs 30,000 crore through its maiden asset monetisation drive in the current financial year, according to recent media reports.

9.Draft accounting rules for real estate projects issued

The Finance Ministry, in May, issued a fresh draft of the Income Computation and Disclosure Standard (ICDS) for real estate transactions, which could lead to a higher tax incidence on real estate projects.

10.Railways seek Rs.1.19 lakh cr for safety works

As the separate Rail Budget is being merged with the General Budget, the Indian Railways has urged the Finance Ministry to allocate Rs 119,183 crore as a non-lapsable Rashtriya Rail Sanrakshan Kosh (National Rail Conservation Fund) for safety and conservation measures to be undertaken by the Railways.