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1.Approval for Rs 3,686 cr terminal at Chennai port

The public private partnership appraisal committee has approved the proposed Rs 3,686 crore mega container terminal at Chennai Port.


2.Government encourages PPP for development of cities

Government is encouraging Public Private Partnership projects for development of cities in the country under various schemes such as Jawaharlal Nehru National Urban Renewal Mission (JNNURM).


3.Hyderabad Metro project gets new steel cutting unit

Andhra Pradesh Urban Development Minister Maheedhar Reddy recently unveiled an automated steel cutting and bending plant that would be beneficial for the ongo


4.Stage I of Hyderabad Metro seen in 2 yrs

By December 2014, people of Hyderabad would be able to travel in the proposed metro rail, Chief Minister N Kiran Kumar Reddy said. He informed that the first stage of the Rs 14,132-crore elevated metro rail project between Nagole and Mettuguda (8 km) stretch would be flagged off by June 2014. He said this after unveiling the plaque for the launch of metro rail works


5.Odisha govt targets Rs 50 bn worth PPP projects

During the 12th Five-year Plan period (2012-17), Odisha government plans to commission Rs 5,000 crore worth PPP (public private partnership) projects. The state government has already operationalised 12 projects while nine are under various stages of construction. These are part of the 54 projects identified by the state government for implementation on the PPP mode


6.Centre, state govt to allocate funds for Pune metro rail project

The central and the Maharashtra governments, which would contribute 20 percent each to the project cost of Pune Metro rail, would allocate the same in their forthcoming budgets. In the budget for 2013-14, the central government would make provision for the Pune metro rail project, Unio


7.JNPT to expand trade and development activities

The Jawaharlal Nehru Port Trust (JNPT) in Navi Mumbai is in the process of expanding its capacity five-fold in the next eight to 10 years.


8.HMDA to develop convention centre under PPP

Hyderabad Metropolitan Development Authority (HMDA) decided to adopt public private partnership (PPP) model to develop international convention centre. The authority has identified a total of 34-acre land at three different places (three parcels of 15.48 acre, 8.20 acre and 9.23 acre) to set up the Meetings, Ince


9.Govt prepares policy for metro rail projects

In order to aid state governments in drafting their own feasibility reports for metro rail projects, the central government has drafted a consolidated policy for such projects. The consolidated policy focuses on both public-private partnership and government funding models. The cent


10.Railway fail to attract private investment

Reports suggest that the Indian Railways failed to attract private investment through public private partnership (PPP) models for implementing key projects. Data from official sources reveal that the railways could attract only Rs 8,000 crore from private investors during the 11th five-year plan against a target of Rs 50,0


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