As a special purpose vehicle (SPV), the Indian Railway Stations Development Corporation (IRSDCL) is responsible for executing the largest transit-oriented development (TOD) programme globally for 600 railway stations.
The Municipal Corporation of Greater Mumbai (MCGM) receives approx 9,000 tonnes of municipal waste on a daily basis at three locations, namely Deonar, Mulund and Kanjur. Approximately 3,000 tonnes of Municipal Solid Waste (MSW) are being processed using Bio-Reactor Technology at the Kanjur processing and landfill site.
At present, India is not yet ready with the concept of third party involvement for building up rail infrastructure for coal linkages. Now with the positivity which the present government has got along, investors are optimistic about fast-track solutions for coal linkage issues.
Most observers concur that Karnataka has regressed in its industrial rankings as a result of political instability and inadequate attention to infrastructure. Vandita Sharma, the recently appointed Principal Secretary in charge of Infrastructure Development, Government of Karnataka