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1.Recommendations for successful project execution

Bringing out the core issues in implementing large infra initiatives

2.DPR for Chhattergala tunnel finalised

The detailed project report for the Chhattergala Tunnel project has been finalised by BEACONS, an agency working under the aegis of Border Roads Organisation.

3.RICS, Knight Frank partnership to bring ideas rooted with real estate

Knight Frank India will be the knowledge partner for the key leadership forums

4.IIT Kharagpur-designed crab-looking structures proved to be storm-ready

One of the first steps taken then was to construct hundreds of cyclone shelters up and down the coast. These shelters, designed by IIT Kharagpur, are built up to a few miles from the seashore. And evidently, they have proved to be storm-worthy. The structures resemble a crab, have two-storeys and are cement-block rectangular building on stilts. Each shelter can hold several hundred people.

5.Longest suspension bridge over Indus opens for public

The construction of the bridge was undertaken by the combat engineers of Sahas aur Yogyata regiment of Fire and Fury Corps of the Indian Army

6.What’s required to fast-track Affordable Housing?

New, eco-friendly, cost-effective, speedy construction technologies

7.Jindal Stainless sets up first dedicated Railways facility in Chennai

Demonstrating its robust engagement with the Indian Railways, Jindal Stainless...

8.Prasanna Desai wins JK Cement’s Architect of the Year Awards 2017

After the much-celebrated success of its silver jubilee edition, JK Cement hosted the 26th edition of the Architect of the Year Awards (AYA) in Coimbatore.

9.World’s longest tunnel | Rohtang sees completion of 70 per cent civil engineering work

In 1983, the Government of India conceived the idea of an all-weather route from Manali to Leh. Then, in December 1996, RITES suggested a tunnel along the Manali-Sarchu-Leh route with a tentative length of 8.80 km starting from Dhundi and connecting Sissu passing under the Rohtang pass as part of the realignment.

10.Engineering Chief

India's Border Roads Organisation (BRO) has recently completed the highest motorable road in the world, along the Umling La pass in Ladakh. For Brigadier DM Purvimath, the Chief Engineer of the project, evidently constructing this has not been an easy task.