The government’s Rs 125 billion Alternate Investment Fund (AIF), which offers last-mile funding to stuck housing projects, has disbursed funds to two housing projects. And, it reportedly expects to fully deploy its money in two years.
Triveni Enterprises recently completed 50 years in the steel business in Bengaluru. On this occasion, the company has introduced two new cut-to-length machines catering to the automotive and enclosure industries in India.
After winning the bid to build the project recently, officials of Zurich Airport International on January 15 reportedly visited the project site and discussed the master plan with the brass of the Noida International Airport (NIAL). It is known that the Swiss company would soon apply to the Union home ministry for a safety clearance for the airport project, work on which is set to start in February this year, as per a Proptiger.com report