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1.Reuse Plastic, Repair Potholes

Build stronger, better quality roads at a cheaper cost


2.Smooth Ride Ahead for Mumbai?

BMC to send 52 engineers to IIT-Bombay to rid Mumbai of potholes


3.Monsoon Windows

Fenesta has launched two significant innovations for the monsoon, a Hurricane Bar that withstands 245 kmph


4.Cement prices expected to go up after monsoon

As demand for cement is likely to pick up after the monsoon, prices are expected to go up during the fiscal as there are more infrastructure projects coming up in the country. Despite an excess capacity of 99 million tonne cement in the industry, it is expected prices of the key building material will rule high with demand at 249 mt and installed capacity much higher at 348 mt.


5.Kerala to repair rain damaged roads at Rs 300 cr

In Kerala, the total estimated road damage caused due to the monsoon has been estimated at Rs 300 crore, said PWD Minister VK Ebrahim Kunju in Kochi on July 13. The state received hundred per cent rainfall this monsoon, which has resulted in the bad condition of the roads. Maintenance of the roads will take place once the rain subsides.


6.Real Estate Bill expected to bring solutions to buyers problems

The Real Estate Regulatory Bill, to be tabled in Parliament in the monsoon session, is expected to have some solutions for the worries of home buyers. So, does the Bill offer a smoother process of buying your dream home? Does it have a better grievance redressal mechanism? According to credit rating agency CRISIL, the Bill will improve buyers' confidence and boost demand for residential real estate.


7.Early monsoon hits cement markets

The early arrival of monsoon in India has hit share markets of the country's cement makers-Ambuja Cements, ACC and UltraTech Cement. The rains is seen likely to hurt construction activity in the coming months. Ambuja Cements fall by 2.04 per cent, while ACC drops 1.85 per cent and UltraTech is down by 1.31 per cent.


8.Discounts bring down cement prices

The sharp hike seen in cement prices post monsoon has been arrested by discounts offered by top companies to reach their sales targets.


9.Cement prices rise to all-time high

Cement prices have shot up 10 per cent since September-end to an all-time high of around Rs 280 per 50 kg bag. Prices rose 6 per cent last month, from Rs 255 at the end of September,


10.Monsoon Mayhem

Fenesta adds to its extensive range an innovative product - monsoon proof windows. These windows protect houses from torrential downpours and high velocity wind.