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1.Government invites low cement bids

With an aim to boost development of roads and highways, the government has invited lowest bids for raw materials. The tender will be open to both private and public sector companies. A total of six companies have submitted their quotes of Rs 160 per bag of 50 kg - the price of which is half the market price of Rs 300-350.

2.Base of Excellence

Nilesh Chiroda, Assistant Manager - Quality & Innovation, Mahindra Lifespaces Developers Ltd, tells us how enzyme technology and high volume fly ash concrete can strengthen the sub base of roads as well as save time, money, effort, and the environment.

3.Telangana Rural roads given codes

The Telangana Government has given code numbers to rural roads on the lines of highways after surveying them and creating a database.

4.Relaxation in FDI rules in construction

The government has formally notified a reduction in the minimum area and capitalisation requirement for foreign investors in construction

5.We are investing about Rs.4,000 crore in road projects.

Did you know that Dilip Buildcon Ltd (DBL) is currently the largest private-sector, road-focused EPC player in the country, executing projects worth over Rs 6,000 crore? What´s more, DBL is the fastest growing infrastructure development company

6.JSL signs MoU with state

The state government has signed an MoU with JSL Ltd for setting up a stainless steel park on 300 acre at Kalinganagar.

7.Govt cuts red tape to get projects off the ground faster

Environment ministry has allowed a major relaxation for faster execution of all linear projects including roads

8.Govt mandates use of local alternative materials for roads

The Centre has made use of locally-available alternative materials such as industrial waste

9.BIRG to bridge infra deficit

As part of the Centre’s drive to bridge the infrastructure deficit, a British-India Road Group (BIRG) on construction and investment concessions in roads sector in India has been formed.

10.The Greenfield Guy

Salil Rai Shrivastava, Chief Engineer, Naya Raipur Development Authority (NRDA), shares his experience in developing Naya Raipur and his views on the civil engineering fraternity. An engineer is a person who uses the knowledge of pure or applied science