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1.Karnataka sees huge investments in the cement sector

Owing to the large presence of limestone, Gulbarga is looking forward to a boost in the cement sector. With an upcoming investment of Rs 39,820.73 crore, 16 companies are expected to set up 32 units. The cement demand is expected to reach 20 million tonne in 2015-16 in Karnataka.


2.Power sector to need $400 bn in 12th plan

The power sector, which is struggling with funding shortfalls will need an additional $400 bn (around Rs18 tn) investment in the Twelfth Five-Year Plan starting April 2012.


3.India Airports Conference 2010

Airports' economic regulation would be on a price cap basis, Sandeep Prakash, the Secretary of the newly established Airports Economic Regulatory Authority of India (AERAI), told a gathering of airport-industry professionals and policymakers.


4.Exhibitions, Conferences and Seminars

CONSTRU India is designed as the perfect platform to introduce new technologies.BICES/IVEX 2011 is a leading exhibition in the fields of construction, building materials and mining machinery and commercial vehicles.


5.Bumpy Road to Recovery

With the change of power at the Centre, the roads sector was expected to get back on the move with fast-track approvals, delink of forest and environment clearances, increased limits on sand mining, positive movement on land acquisition, online filing for clearances to construct rail over-bridges (ROB) and under-bridges (RUB), and change in bidding from BOT to EPC


6.4.2 GW wind and solar projects in gujarat

SJVN, a public sector company in India, plans to set up 4.2 GW wind and solar projects in Gujarat.The company will add 1 GW renewable energy capacity in the first phase of the project.


7.Proof of performance

The problem with solutions is that solutions need to be measured for effectiveness of resolution. When solutions are taken as gospel answers, problems do not disappear. They remain and lurk in the shadows. Green ratings are similar solutions that seem like gospel answers to the energy guzzle by high rises.


8.Get set for a vibrant India!

Generally, the sensex has a strong nose. Last year, at this time, it had kissed 21,000 and was shying away from maintaining a perch there. The hesitation in breaching the peak was the result of the conditioning created by a government that had stepped


9.Cutting Crushing Costs

Current demand veers towards machines that can optimise crushing operations, discovers CW.Is the crushing and screening equipment market up or down? Vendor voices differ. ´We are seeing demand only from operators in Uttarakhand,´ says Kallol Mahalanabis, CEO, Taurian Engineering Pvt Ltd.


10.Painting progress

´Cautiously optimistic´ is the best way to describe the outlook for the paints and coatings sector for the near term while the overall, long-term outlook is positive. Globally, the paint industry is equally made up of decorative products and industrial coatings.