Investing in an infrastructure project isnÂ´t really glamorous, more so if it happens to be a still developing economy like India that needs to first create some basic infrastructure. A new road project or a thermal power plant many not excite as much as investing in a cutting-edge technology start-up in IndiaÂ´s own Silicon Valley, Bengaluru
The dance of democracy will unfold soon, as the poll dates have been announced. While the political fraternity gets down to the poll mathematics, the entire nation awaits the results with a hope of a stable government that can push growth volumes.
The reuse and recycle of wastewater is becoming important policy agenda in India with growing water scarcity in the urban areas. However, lack of proper infrastructure for transporting wastewater to the treatment plant and treated water is a major issue.
During the 12th Five Year Plan, the Union Cabinet Committee on Economic Affairs has approved the launching of a new Integrated Processing Development Scheme (IPDS) with a total cost of Rs 500 crore and to establish four to six brown field projects and three to five green field projects addressing the environmental issues faced by textile processing units.
Despite the current slowdown, the long-term outlook for the port sector continues to be strong, especially because of increasing demand for coal, containers, crude oil and POL, fertilisers, and steel. The government also has taken into cognizance the issues impacting the sector