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Debt Financing: Funding Sustainable Infra

Debt Financing: Funding Sustainable Infra

Sustainable Infrastructure: Debt Financing Shiva Rajaraman, CEO of NIIF IFL, discusses the changes in the infrastructure landscape in the country, policy back-ups and different sources of infrastructure finance that have opened up in the country. With a balance sheet of an impressive Rs.210 billion with zero per cent NPAs, NIIF IFL is an infrastructure debt fund...

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$30 trillion economy seems possible

$30 trillion economy seems possible

Unveiling a $30T Economic Vision Government funding has to be complemented by private sector investment. By 2018 to 2020, assets which were created in the early phase were completed and started earning revenue to become an asset class of its own. So that has again evinced interest of investors, says Padmanabhan Raja Jaishankar, Managing Director, India...

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Will QCBS phase out L1 for Infrastructure Procurement?

Will QCBS phase out L1 for Infrastructure Procurement?

The limits for QCBS system of procurement have been lifted says Pratap Padode, Founder & President, FIRST Construction Council who has been a strong proponent of the QCBS system of procurement. Read on… The limits for QCBS system of procurement have been lifted says Pratap Padode, Founder & President, FIRST Construction Council who has been a strong...

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Vinita Singhania receives Lifetime Achievement Award at the 7th Indian Cement Review Awards

Vinita Singhania receives Lifetime Achievement Award at the 7th Indian Cement Review Awards

Vinita Singhania: Cement Pioneer Honored with Lifetime Achievement at 7th Indian Cement Review Awards Recognising her contribution to the cement industry, Vinita Singhania, Vice Chairman and Managing Director at JK Lakshmi Cement Ltd, and Chairman of Udaipur Cement Works Ltd, was presented with the prestigious Lifetime Achievement Award at the 7th Indian Cement Review Awards function held...

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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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Laying the concrete foundation for India’s economic triumph

Laying the concrete foundation for India’s economic triumph

The four pillars form the foundation for a prosperous and equitable future. The four pillars — infrastructure, investment, innovation, and inclusion — are the cornerstones of India’s economic success. They are not mutually exclusive but intricately connected, creating a powerful synergy that drives the nation forward, says Anil Banchhor, MD & CEO, RDC Concrete India Pvt...

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NF Railway enabling sustainable infra growth of North East

NF Railway enabling sustainable infra growth of North East

NFR provides uninterrupted services, connectivity & inclusive initiatives The North East (NE) region has a very special place in all developmental agendas of the Government of India. Indian Railways is significantly contributing towards the transformation of this region through better modes of transportation & connecting far-off areas with the mainstream, says Sunil Kumar Jha, GM, North...

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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...