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1.Government invites low cement bids

With an aim to boost development of roads and highways, the government has invited lowest bids for raw materials. The tender will be open to both private and public sector companies. A total of six companies have submitted their quotes of Rs 160 per bag of 50 kg - the price of which is half the market price of Rs 300-350.


2.J&K Cements to build 1,200 tn/day capacity

Jammu and Kashmir Cements plans to double its production capacity from 600 tonne per day in the near future.


3.Green nod dodges Lavasa project once again

The government is yet to provide environment clearance to the first phase of Lavasa Corporation's hill city project located near Pune.


4.AP braces for 2nd major port

Government of Andhra Pradesh is planning to develop a second major port in the state and is awaiting finalisation of the site.


5.We are now ready with a pan-India growth strategy

In conversation with Charu Bahri, Harshavardhan Neotia, Chairman, Ambuja Realty, and Padma Shri (1999), talks about the expansion plans and projects he has lined up for coming years.


6.Next year, we will increase our turnover by 25%

Here’s a man who knows to keep pace! Shailesh Sanghvi, Director, Sanghvi Group of Companies, has chalked out a growth plan, taking into consideration the revival in the market.


7.The Road to Reforms

Despite the infrastructure 'boom', the industry has failed to adhere to the momentum expected from it in terms of project execution. Janaki Krishnamoorthi delves into the reasons behind this and discovers that corruption, lack of transparency and rigidity must be eradicated for India to live up to its potential.


8.Top Projects - Delhi

Real estate in Delhi, over the last few years, has become a major attraction for both builders and investors. The capital city boasts of an impressive infrastructure that includes services like an international airport, Metro rail, five star hotels, and world class luxury residential and commercial properties.


9.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.


10.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.