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1.AP to house National Institute of Urban Management (NIUM)

The Andhra Pradesh Government, in association with the World Bank, will soon finalise plans to set up the National Institute of Urban Management (NIUM).

2.2011: 11 Big -ticket Projects

Infrastructure development is on a roll and India is ready to add a new chapter to its growth story. CW takes a look at the big ticket projects that will electrify the country in the coming year.

3.Row over Rehabilitation

A contract for the construction of residential tenements for project-affected households (PAHs) of a railway project was awarded to a contractor by a government agency.

4.Commercial operations begin at Chennai desalination plant

IVRCL Assets and Holdings has started commercial operations of its desalination plant at Minjur near Chennai.

5.Fuelling Infrastructure Growth

Tunnels and Underground Construction India, to be held from September 13-16, 2010 in New Delhi, will provide an insight into the complex issues surrounding major tunnel projects.

6.Tunnelling Success

There’s a lot happening beneath the surface, thanks to burgeoning construction opportunities and superior equipment and expertise on offer, finds Charu Bahri.

7.Hyd may get 10 more STPs

In order to construct additional sewage treatment plants (STPs) in various parts of the city, the Hyderabad Metropolitan Water Supply and Sewerage Board (HMWS & SB) has speeded up its efforts to get the Ministry of Environment and Forests (MoEF) clearance.

8.State invests in sewerage project

The J&K Government will invest Rs 132.01 crore to develop a modern sewerage system at Srinagar to benefit 48,220 houses.

9.The Challenge Specialist

Delivering a high-quality job in the least possible time and at the lowest possible cost” – Aspun Battiwalla, Vice President - Projects, Ramky Infrastructure Ltd, sums up every civil engineer’s challenge succinctly.

10.BWSSB to get expertise from Singapore entities

Earlier this month, Singapore Cooperation Enterprise and Temasek Foundation agreed to share technical expertise in reusing waste water for potable purposes