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1.Power sector to need $400 bn in 12th plan

The power sector, which is struggling with funding shortfalls will need an additional $400 bn (around Rs18 tn) investment in the Twelfth Five-Year Plan starting April 2012.


2.We need several $10 bn funds: Montek

FICCI's infrastructure summit in New Delhi, marked by large participation from all sectors, did not witness remarkable announcements, but for the reiteration that infrastructure is likely to miss the 11th Plan target by more than 10 per cent.


3.Integrated Townships in India

The world is now looking at India as the hub for integrated townships. This is evidenced in the upcoming inaugural conference on Integrated Townships in Mumbai.


4.Kochi Metro to get land at Kakkanad to raise funds

Kerala state government will provide 33 acre at Kakkanad for the Kochi Metro Rail Ltd (KMRL) to raise funds for the project.


5.Birla Corporation to invest Rs 4,000 crore to hike capacity

Birla Corporation Ltd is planning to invest Rs 4,000 crore in increasing its cement production capacity over the next two years.


6.Chinese Co to invest in Tamil Nadu power project

Shangdong Electric Power Company-III (SEPCO-III), a Chinese EPC contractor, is planning to invest in a 1,320-MW thermal power project at Cuddalore, Tamil Nadu.


7.8th 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.


8.NHDC to develop 1,320 MW thermal plant in MP

The Narmada Hydroelectric Development Corporation, which is a JV between Madhya Pradesh Government and National Hydro Power Corporation (NHPC), has won a 1,320 MW thermal power project in Jabalpur.


9.SAIL to infuse Rs 1.8 lakh crore for capacity expansion by 2020

SAIL is planning to invest Rs 1.8 lakh crore to expand its existing 14 mn tonne annual production capacity to 60 mn tonne by 2020.


10.World Bank to re-examine viability gap, annuity model for NHAI projects

The World Bank is ready to re-examine its norms on funding the viability gap and annuity payment for highway projects in order to reach a mutually acceptable model.