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1.Capital outlay of up to Rs.30 trillion expected for transport infra over five years

The new government is likely to maintain continuity on major programmes launched during its last tenure


2.Road construction to be most crucial, followed by affordable housing

Opportunities for construction companies in the next five years


3.Big infrastructure opportunities with NDA stepping into its second term

Infra capital investment proposed at Rs 100 trillion over the next 5 years


4.Quality Standards to Uphold Sustainable Infra

Make In Steel 2019 discuss the key innovations of steel in construction


5.India's first multi-modal terminal

The terminal in Varanasi to boost freight movement through inland waterway


6.Indian composites industry targets a double-digit growth through 2021

The Indian composites industry, also known as fibre reinforced plastics industry, is set to mark a double-digit growth by 2021, says a Report ‘Indian Composites Industry Outlook: 2018-2023’ launched by the FRP Institute, an apex trade body of the Indian composites industry.


7.National Waterways: The Lifeline of India

Indian's sea necklace, Sagarmala is the mega port-led development project that encompasses all the vital and crucial elements for the growth of the economy.


8.KPT to build waterways in Gujarat rivers

The Kandla Port Trust (KPT) will proposedly build waterways in Tapi and Narmada rivers in Gujarat. The Inland Waterways Authority of India is in the process of finalising the detailed project reports for the development of the waterways.


9.Budget Reactions | Building Materials and Technology

“The increase in the outlay on rural infrastructure is one positive feature. However, there were more expectations in terms of encouragement or need for incentivising the house building activity. ‘Housing for All’ is already a focus area of the government. It has already done 5.1 million homes in rural India.


10.Centre to fund port development in Tripura

The Ministry of Shipping has agreed to fund a river port at Sonamura sub-division of west Tripura, connecting River Gomati of Tripura with River Meghna of Bangladesh, with the approval of Inland Waterways Authority of India.