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Unlocking investment potential in the North East region

Unlocking investment potential in the North East region

Challenges such as limited connectivity and infrastructure hinder its development in NER The North-Eastern Region (NER) of India has great economic potential. It has large deposits of oil, natural gas, coal, and limestone, and a sizable proportion of land under cultivation for agro-horticulture products, tea, bamboo, and rubber. The region shares its border with the...

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Infrastructure: The growth catalyst of Indian economy

Infrastructure: The growth catalyst of Indian economy

Investment in infra serves as a catalyst to foster economic development Investing in infrastructure generates a robust multiplier impact through multiple avenues. As India takes giant strides towards sustainable and inclusive growth, the significance of investment in infrastructure development serving as a vital catalyst for fostering economic development is inevitable, writes Sandeep Upadhyay, MD – Infrastructure...

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Reinforcing compliance management in industrial estates

Reinforcing compliance management in industrial estates

Rapid economic growth in India has paved the way for industrialisation. Whether it’s a conventional warehouse, a modest godown, refrigerated storage, or a modern distribution centre, businesses are actively seeking warehousing solutions. In addition to conforming to global standards, businesses have to comply with the associated regulatory requirements, writes Rishi Agarwal, Co-founder and CEO, TeamLease RegTech....

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Supply chain drives growth for India’s logistics sector

Supply chain drives growth for India’s logistics sector

The logistics sector has emerged as an asset in India’s real estate market Supply chain diversification will continue to create demand, leading to an increase in leasing activity. Demand centres would witness more robust leasing as several occupiers prefer to locate their warehouses closer to consumption hubs to reduce transportation costs, writes Anshuman Magazine, Chairman &...

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Wooing investors to unlock India’s infrastructure potential

Wooing investors to unlock India’s infrastructure potential

India’s infrastructure growth: Initiatives, investments, and reforms. The India-Saudi Arab-Europe Economic Corridor proposed during the recent G20 summit to improve connectivity and economic cooperation between India, Saudi Arabia and Europe will be a major shot in the arm for the Indian infrastructure sector, says Santhosh Kumar, Vice Chairman, ANAROCK Group. The Indian government has taken concerted...

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Four pillars of development for India’s IT infrastructure

Four pillars of development for India’s IT infrastructure

The 4 pillars serve as the base upon which India’s IT industry flourishes. The four pillars of development — infrastructure, investment, innovation, and inclusion — collectively form the fabric of India’s economic growth. These pillars also play an indispensable role in shaping the country’s digital future, says Deepen Goratela, Founder & CEO, Astral Technologies. In today’s...

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A deep dive into India’s four pillars of economy

A deep dive into India’s four pillars of economy

To emerge as a developed nation by 2047 focus on the 4 pillars is pertinent While infrastructure and investment provide the necessary support systems, innovation and inclusivity drive the development of new technologies and industries. Hence, incentivising these four factors is crucial for national economic growth, writes Sneha Gurjar, Director, CEM Engineers. According to a recent...

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Infra investment: The key to unlock India’s potential

Infra investment: The key to unlock India’s potential

Infrastructure is the bedrock of progress and is pivotal in India’s growth The path to India’s transition from a developing economy to a developed one during the “Amrit Kaal” is intrinsically tied to robust infrastructure development. In this article, Revati Kasture, Executive Director, CareEdge Ratings, outlines what is needed to foster investment in the infrastructure segment. Infrastructure...

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Building revolutions: The technological imperatives

Building revolutions: The technological imperatives

Infra, innovation, inclusion, and investment: pivotal for nation’s growth. The intrinsically linked four pillars of development (infrastructure, investment, innovation, and inclusion) offer a roadmap to unlock that potential. These pillars are not isolated but rather interdependent elements that form the very foundation of India’s progress, writes Satya Kaliki, CTO, Infra.Market. India stands at a unique position,...

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InvIT: A preferred vehicle crosses AUM of Rs 4 trillion

InvIT: A preferred vehicle crosses AUM of Rs 4 trillion

InVIT to be a mainstay to achieve National Infrastructure Pipeline The Government has aimed to monetise assets of more than  Rs 6 trillion as per National Infrastructure Pipeline (NIP). InVIT (Infrastructure Investment Trust) will be a mainstay to achieve National Infrastructure Pipeline (NIP) targets for various government departments, explains Vijay Agrawal, Director, Equirus Capital Pvt...