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1.Karnataka sees huge investments in the cement sector

Owing to the large presence of limestone, Gulbarga is looking forward to a boost in the cement sector. With an upcoming investment of Rs 39,820.73 crore, 16 companies are expected to set up 32 units. The cement demand is expected to reach 20 million tonne in 2015-16 in Karnataka.


2.We start projects only after all approvals are received.

Larsen & Toubro (L&T), the $14.3-billion engineering-construction-manufacturing-financial services global giant and India┬┤s largest construction organisation, does not need any introduction. And it is no surprise that L&T Realty - a 100-per cent


3.RAHI to invest Rs 30 bn in airport projects

Regional Airport-Holdings International (RAHI) will invest around Rs 3,000 crore in over 15 aviation infrastructure and services projects across the country over the next five years.


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.Clean, Green Glass!

'Extreme' seems to be the only constant as far as temperature is concerned. And in the construction field, temperature swings have deeper implications than choosing the right outfit for the weather: a warmer exterior demands that the cooler interior be intensified and vice versa.


6.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.


7.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.


8.India's Top Builders: Tata Housing Development Company

Living up to the expectations of its iconic Indian brand, Tata Housing Development Company is one of the country's leading real-estate developers with a turnover of Rs 315.35 crore (FY 2009-10).


9.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.


10.Modern Approach to Structural Strengthening

Conmix has launched a system of structural strengthening with carbon and glass fibre.


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