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New route in the offing? Gadkari inspects Sethusamudram project site
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New route in the offing? Gadkari inspects Sethusamudram projec...

The post New route in the offing? Gadkari inspects Sethusamudram project site appeared first on Firstpost . First Post.com, 2 months ago
Priority to develop roads in NE: Gadkari Nagaland Post, 1 day ago
Centre for better NE road network : Gadkari Assam Tribune, 1 day ago
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Business Standard

NHIDCL to work on Rs 34,300 cr projects in first tranche: Gadkari

National Highways and Infrastructure Development Corporation (NHIDCL) would construct 3,586 kms of highways worth Rs 34,300 crore in tough terrains, including the North-East, in the first tranche, Road Transport and Highways Minister Nitin Gadkari ...
 Business Standard2 days ago NHIDCL to work on Rs 34,300 crore projects in first tranche: Nitin Gadkari  Jagran Post1 day ago Rs 34,300 cr roads to be built in NE, hilly areas  The Financial Chronicle1 day ago
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Times of India

Mumbai to get first bus that runs on water

NEW DELHI: Road transport and shipping minister Nitin Gadkari on Monday said that Jawaharlal Nehru Port in Mumbai will get the first bus that can run on water surface, a move that will push more tourism activities in ports. Only few days back the ...
 Times of India1 month ago Sutlej, Beas to be included in water highways project, says Gadkari  The Hindu1 week ago MbPT Redevelopment Plan In Controversy  The Freepress Journal2 weeks ago Mumbai Port Trust snaps out of slumber, slums wake up to bulldozers  Indian Express2 weeks ago
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Business Standard India

Production of biofuel needs a boost: Gadkari

government will roll out the first phase of the mobile monitoring system on April 1 in 35,000 grampanchayats, a senior government official told ET.NEW DELHI: The Narendra Modi government is all set to give a digital boost to the flagship rural jobs ...
 24Dunia6 days ago J&K Governor writes to PDP, BJP over government formation  Business Standard India1 month ago Raje plans mega events on govt's first anniversary tomorrow  Business Standard India1 month ago Vasundhara Raje plans mega events on govt's first anniversary on December 13  Economic Times1 month ago
Business Standard India

Development of waterways top priority: Nitin Gadkari

"Development of waterways will be done on priority as fare on it is one fourth of the rail and road fare. First trial of made in Sydney buses, run on waterways will be done in Mumbai within two months. "We are also eyeing aircraft that can run on water", ...
 Jagran Post1 week ago Promoting waterways is the top-most priority: Gadkari  Business Standard India6 days ago Devt of waterways top priority: Gadkari  The Echo Of India1 week ago PTI - GADKARI - Development of waterways top priority:Gadkari  Namibia Press Agency1 week ago
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Calcutta Telegraph

Gadkari showers connectivity gifts

KOLKATA: On the first day of the business summit, Bengal beckoned... and received a shower of major infrastructure projects. Union road transport, highways and shipping minister Nitin Gadkari announced a bonanza for the state: a deep sea port near ...
 Times of India3 weeks ago Metro walks Mamata talk  Calcutta Telegraph2 weeks ago Of Bengal's Rs1 trillion fund pledge, Rs93,000 cr from SAIL  Financial Chronicle3 weeks ago Bengal got Rs.93,600-crore commitment at global summit: Mamata  ProKerala.com3 weeks ago
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Gadkari Flags Off Delhi-Kathmandu Bus Service

The first ever bus service from India to Nepal was flagged off today to provide an alternative mode of travel to commuters from the two countries, with the government promising similar services for other SAARC nations. The bus was flagged off by Road ...
 Outlook2 months ago
Indiatimes

No steep fine for first time traffic violators

NEW DELHI: The road transport ministry will revise the proposed fines for traffic rule violations by almost one-fifth of what was originally envisaged in the Draft Road Transport and Safety Bill. While earlier the proposed fine for first time ...
 Times of India14 hours ago Less Fines To Be Introduced Soon For First-Time Traffic Violators  Indiatimes2 hours ago Road transport ministry to revise traffic rules violation fine  Economic Times2 hours ago

Forest dept buckling under pressure on NH-7 widening

Nagpur: The forest department seems to be buckling under pressure from the highways ministry headed by Nitin Gadkari to expedite expansion of 37km stretch between Mansar and Khawasa on NH-7. Senior forest officials part of the state government ...
 Times of India1 day ago
MSN News

NITI Aayog Spruces Up to Draw New Economic Blueprint in Feb

NEW DELHI: Prime Minister Narendra Modi will chair the first meeting of the newly formed NITI Aayog on February 6. The meeting intends to spell out the functional roadmap for the new planning body. The meeting of the Aayog's governing council ...
 New Indian Express2 days ago NITI Aayog's first meeting on 6th February?  Money Life2 days ago PM Narendra Modi to hold first meeting of Niti Aayog on Feb 6  DNA India2 days ago Modi to hold first meeting of Niti Aayog on Feb 6  The Week2 days ago
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