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NHAI eyes Rs 4,995 crore from monetisation of 3rd bundle of highways under TOT model

There are nine highway stretches of 566.27 km in TOT Bundle-3 in states of Uttar Pradesh, Bihar, Jharkhand and Tamil Nadu.

NCLAT opens doors for Adani, others to bid for Jaypee Infratech

The committee of creditors of Jaypee Infratech had rejected a resolution plan by state-owned construction firm NBCC with lenders unanimously voting against the plan.

Not in favour of continuing with MGNREGA forever: Narendra Singh Tomar

The construction of these roads would be completed by 2024-25, Tomar, who holds the portfolios of agriculture and rural development, told the Lok Sabha.

Infra developing in 15 identified tourism circuits: Govt to LS

Union Tourism Minister Prahlad Singh Patel said during Question Hour that the initiative has been taken under the Swadesh Darshan Scheme.

NHAI plans land appreciation taxes to finance projects

NHAI is working on a mechanism to share gains in land value on account of upgradation of highways.

Oil and mining are likely to attract huge private investment: Rajiv Kumar

PPP in construction will also take place, but more emphasis will be laid on hybrid models.

Why the Yamuna Expressway continues to remain accident-prone

Here is a closer look at why the Yamuna Expressway continues to remain accident-prone and deadly.

Inside Modi's game plan to bring in investment for infrastructure

Modi government is all set to lease out assets and open up sectors such as the railways, oil and mining.

Government approves launch of third phase of rural road programme

In a cabinet meeting, chaired by Prime Minister Narendra Modi, the launch of Phase-3 of the Centre's flagship rural road scheme Pradhan Mantri Gram Sadak Yojana (PMGSY) was approved, the government said in a statement.

NIIF to invest equity in road projects in India

NIIF on Monday signed an MoU with the NHAI to form a SPV to execute fund arrangement for large sized road projects, particularly green field, which will be executed by NHAI.

Govt efforts to drive investment growth are long-term positive

Govt efforts to drive investment growth are long-term positive

The budget shows intention to follow fiscal consolidation path by reducing fiscal deficit estimate to 3.3% for FY20 and 3% for the next two years thereafter.

SCOPE says Budget to give boost to Infra sector

SCOPE says Budget to give boost to Infra sector

UD Choubey, DG, SCOPE said the public sector enterprises will have a greater onus in fulfilling Budget commitments in infrastructure sector

Budget stresses on massive infra investments to become USD 5 trn economy

Budget stresses on massive infra investments to become USD 5 trn economy

Sitharaman said infrastructure financing needs have been estimated at around Rs 20 lakh crore (USD 300 billion) a year.

Budget 2019: Nirmala Sitharaman highlights infra projects bridging rural urban divide

Budget 2019: Nirmala Sitharaman highlights infra projects bridging rural urban divide

Sitharaman said that steps were taken to boost infrastructure in sectors like roads, waterways, metro and rail.

Govt aims to build 1.95 cr houses under PMAY-Gramin in 2 years

Govt aims to build 1.95 cr houses under PMAY-Gramin in 2 years

The minister said that by 2022, every single rural family except those who are unwilling to take the connection will have an electricity and a clean cooking facility.

Budget 2019: Comprehensive restructuring of National Highways Programme on cards, says FM

Budget 2019: Comprehensive restructuring of National Highways Programme on cards, says FM

She also noted that the government has allocated Rs 350 crore towards interest subvention for MSMEs for 2019-20.

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