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Maha CM for MSRDC´s advisory role in infrastructure
March 2015
Maharashtra Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis in principle agreed to appoint Maharashtra State Road Development Corporation (MSRDC) as the special planning authority at places where it has large land parcels.
VOX POP
March 2015
The Finance Minister has taken a very pragmatic approach and crafted a Budget in a manner which can provide a boost to both infrastructure and manufacturing which will create employment and also augment India´s competitiveness vis-a-vis its peers and at the same time adhered to the Prime Minister´s ´Make in India´ vision
Planning for smart cities
March 2015
India´s urban population was 377.1 million in 2011 and urban population to total population was 31 per cent. There were over 7,935 urban centres and out of these as many as 53 metropolitan cities with population more than a million.
Vijaywargiya told reporters.
January 2015
The light Metro services will then be introduced in Jabalpur and Gwalior to meet the growing demand of a viable public transport system, the Urban Administration and Development Minister said.
Open Sesame!
January 2015
Public Sector Units (PSUs) will be pushing the growth engine of the country, be it through almost 18 lakh acres of land reserves with these companies or the cash reserves of almost Rs 2,00,230 crore kept as bank deposits by these enterprises.
“We are likely to exceed 5000 km of road length awarded by December 31, 2014”
December 2014
Vijay Chhibber, Secretary, Ministry of Road Transport and Highways shares his views on the status of pending projects, the financing of projects and the much talked about Road Safety and Transportation Bill
Delhi public transport cheapest in world
November 2014
The Capital has emerged as the most affordable city in terms of urban transport among 60 cities across the globe in a survey done by GoEuro
Govt to relook airport privatisation plan
October 2014
The Union government is to relook the process of privatisation of six major airports started by the previous government. Civil Aviation Minister Ashok Gajapati Raju has suggested fresh broad-based consultations between the Centre
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