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Conditional Approval for Vaccine Delivery by Drones

Conditional Approval for Vaccine Delivery by Drones

The Central Government is providing an exemption for experimental drone flights for vaccine delivery to enhance the scope of their usage in the country and assist the nation in its fight against the Covid-19 pandemic. The Ministry of Civil Aviation (MoCA) and Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) have already granted a conditional exemption to...

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A Tidal Wave in the works!

A Tidal Wave in the works!

As the stance of governance is hardening, institutions standing on weak or corroded legs, are stumbling and crumbling. After the case of corrosion of ethics in ICICI, the IL&FS too seems to have bloodied its nose by first becoming a messiah to MaytasInfra (the Satyam scam fall out) in 2009 and then several unrelated forays.

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Ambitious Target

Ambitious Target

The initiatives that will have a direct bearing on the pace of execution include awarding projects after securing 80 per cent right of way, expediting projects stuck midway, delegating the power to grant forest clearances to regional offices, filing online for clearances to construct road over bridges (ROBs) and road under bridges (RUBs) and increasing the limit on sand mining.

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GovernmentÂ’s focus on road sector yields positive results: ICRA

GovernmentÂ’s focus on road sector yields positive results: ICRA

Effective policy measures by the Government over the last 36 months have revived the Indian road sector and supporting the execution pace. According to ICRA, these include steps like awarding projects after securing 80 per cent right of way; expediting projects stuck midway, delegating the power to grant forest clearances to regional offices, online filing for clearances to construct ROB and RUBs and increasing the limit on sand mining.

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In the HAM of a Dilemma

In the HAM of a Dilemma

Just as with PPP projects, HAM contracts too are finding financial closure to be a challenge. Banks, especially, are wary of putting their money on developers with weak financials and lack of adequate experience. Industry insiders, however, beg to differ.

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