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1.Infra slowly getting into action with Budget 2020: CW

Rs 1.70 tn is being allocated for transport infra in the Union Budget 2020-21

2.Excon 2019

The expo in Bengaluru, held from December 10-14, spelled big opportunities for the construction equipment sector, offering an expectation of 40 per cent increase in sales for the industry in the near future.

3.Technology has enabled India to grow multi-folds

In next 15 years, India can be a multi-trillion dollars economy

4.Government eyes Rs.3 tn from sale of power transmission lines, other assests

The government has asked its policy think tank NITI Aayog to identify assets owned by Central PSEs. Accordingly, a `3-tn worth asset has been taken by the government in its possession.

5.Patna to get smart poles with Wi-Fi, pollution sensors

Patna Smart City (PSCPL) will be installing 12-m-high poles with LED lights, antenna for telecommunications network, Wi-Fi, CCTV cameras, pollution sensors, charging points for electric vehicles, solar panel, traffic signals, weather sensors and digital boards.

6.NF Railway’s signalling and telecommunication infra gets a major boost

A total of 242 km of Optical Fibre Cables (OFC) has been reportedly laid and commissioned during the yea

7.Alstom to provide train control solutions for Mumbai, Pune metro

The combined value of the two contracts comes to over €90 million.

8.Projects worth Rs 5.09 billion are in the tendering stage

Despite being selected in round two of the Smart Cities mission, Ujjain has already been able to tender out 42 out of its 43 listed projects.

9.Centre to emulate NHAI asset monetisation

Centre plans to raise $11 billion by monetising and recycling operational assets. These assets are mostly under the possession of state-owned firms such as transmission lines, telecom towers, power plants, railway tracks and ports, which, when sold, can act as resources for infrastructure development.

10.QCI and UL helps accelerate the development of a robust quality ecosystem for building 'Brand India'

Third edition of the Standards Roundtable provided industries with an unique platform to share feedback with the government to enhance global and local competitiveness through consensus-based standardisation in India

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