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1.Tenders for projects worth Rs.250 crore to Rs.300 crore will be finalised soon

Consider this: Navi Mumbai is the only city to have achieved 85 per cent of the service-level benchmark prepared by the Government of India´s Urban Development Department! Developed by the City and Industrial Development Corporation of Maharashtra (CIDCO), the city is maintained by the Navi Mumbai Municipal Corporation (NMMC).

2.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

3.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

4.Bhopal to undertake construction of barrage

Bhopal Urban administration and Development Department plans to undertake the construction of barrage for a water supply project under UIDSSMT Scheme, Begamganj. The project is expected to be completed in 12 months.

5.2nd H2O India: Conference 2011

Organised by ASAPP Conferences, the event sounded a wake up call: User charges and recycling are not optional anymore.

6.Most Admired Companies: Larson & Toubro (L&T)

Larsen & Toubro (L&T) is a seven-decade strong, $11.5 billion technology, manufacturing, engineering and construction conglomerate with global operations.

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.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.

9.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

10.Govt to widen Chamarajanagar's double road

The Karnataka government has prepared a proposal for widening of B Rachaiah Double Road in Chamarajanagar. Funds have been set aside to shift the water supply pipeline, light poles and UG cables as part of the widening work and clearing illegal compounds.