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Rail to take Rs 11,000 crore loan for MUTP-III

The Railways on Sunday declared that it would repay the loan of its share of the Mumbai Urban Transport Project III (MUTP) at seven per cent annually until 2038. It will be taking a loan from the World Bank for its share of the project costs. The state ... Asian Age, 3 weeks ago

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MUTP-III funding talks to start soon

MUMBAI: The third phase of the Mumbai Urban Transport Project (MUTP-III) appears to be slowly rolling ahead as the Mumbai Railway Vikas Corporation (MRVC) plans to soon begin negotiations with the World Bank on the terms and conditions for the loan.
 Times of India2 months ago
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Mumbai: Modifications in development plan for transport projects get easier

The Mumbai Metropolitan Regional Development Authority (MMRDA) will not require new sanctions or approvals from Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) for alignment or realignment of the existing transport corridor projects or any new projects.
 DNA India2 weeks ago Metro 2B plan to be placed before cabinet  Times of India3 weeks ago Now rest of State towns will get its own Infrastructure body like MMRDA  Accommodation Times3 weeks ago Cabinet clears MMRDA-like body for rest of State  The Hindu3 weeks ago
Times of India

Bandra, CST to be Mumbai's transport hubs Mumbai The state government has spent huge money on building big-ticket infrastructure projects such as the metro, monorail, flyovers and upgrading the existing infrastructure in the past decade. Yet, it hasn't been ...
 Hindustan Times1 month ago Mumbai's 3 big rail projects to start by Aug...  Times of India1 month ago Mumbai railway projects put on fast track  Times of India1 month ago Why has MMRDA pulled out of landmark skywalk project?  Hindustan Times1 month ago

Megaprojects in India: more rail for urban public transport

The expansion and modernization of the Mumbai Metro also offers good business opportunities for Swiss companies. Many of India's rapidly growing cities face gridlock. This is to be prevented by massive expansion of railway infrastructure. The ...
 Switzerland Global Enterprise2 months ago India: Massive investments into metro transport sector present opportunities for Swiss companies  Switzerland Global Enterprise2 months ago
India Infoline

National Capital Goods policy aimed at job creation & railway projects: 12 key decisions taken by PM Modi-led Cabinettoday

The Union Cabinet chaired by Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Wednesday approved a slew of decisions aimed at promoting 'Make in India' and creating jobs, apart from giving nod for several major projects of the Indian Railways. The National ...
 Yahoo! India4 days ago Three crucial Mumbai rail projects to start by August  India Infoline1 month ago CM seeks Russian help for cleaning up Mithi  The Freepress Journal1 month ago 'Projects Via JV Company With Maharashtra Will Help Generate Employment'  New Indian Express1 month ago

Jottings: Axing Delays?

Recently, at the launch of a first-of-its-kind automated parking lot project in Delhi's Transport Bhawan that houses his ministry, Union road transport, highways and shipping minister Nitin Gadkari said he felt ashamed that his ministry had to wait ...
 Businessworld India6 days ago
Deccan Chronicle

40 million Indians at risk from rising sea levels: UN report

United Nations : Nearly 40 million Indians will be at risk from rising sea levels by 2050, with people in Mumbai and Kolkata having the maximum exposure to coastal Flooding in future due to rapid urbanisation and economic growth, according to a UN ...
 Deccan Chronicle1 week ago Sea level rise: 40 million Indians at risk; Mumbai and Kolkota to be worst hit, says UN report  ZeeNews.com1 week ago 40 mn Indians at risk from rising sea levels  News Today1 week ago
Mumbai Mirror

Work on Parel Terminus starts next month

With an aim to transform Parel Railway station in Mumbai into a terminus, the Central Railway (CR) will take up eight different infrastructure works from the first week of June, a Railways official said. Parel Terminus is a part of the fifth and ...
 Mumbai Mirror1 week ago CR to initiate work on Parel Terminus next month  Press Trust of India1 week ago Central Railways to initiate work on Parel Terminus next month  Mid Day1 week ago PTI - TERMINUS - CR to initiate work on Parel Terminus next month  Namibia Press Agency1 week ago
Business Insider India

UN report pegs number of Indian urban residents to rise by 300 million by 2050

A UN report has said that India will most likely add 300 million new urban residents by 2050, for which it will need to build climate-friendly cities so that the challenge of accommodating the growing needs can be addressed properly. The report, ...
 Business Insider India1 week ago India projected to add 300m urban residents by 2050  The Financial Chronicle1 week ago India projected to add 300 mn urban residents by 2050: UN  Business Today India1 week ago India to add 300 million urban residents by 2050  Deccan Chronicle1 week ago
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