The number of bidders for hybrid annuity model (HAM) road projects have gone up to 8-10 from two six months ago, indicating a renewed private sector interest in the highway sector. In case of engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) projects, bidders ... The Financial Chronicle, 2 weeks ago
Cabinet to take up proposal to extend operation & maintenance contracts from 9 to 29 years The government is mulling extending operation and maintenance (O&M) contracts for highways from the current nine years to 29 years, aiming to attract pension funds and other investors. The Union Cabinet would take up the proposal soon, which is likely to usher in a major reform in the sector, said a senior government officer in the know of the developments. Sources said the Union Ministry of Road ...Rediff.com, 3 weeks ago
Navinchandra Ghatwal had recently been to Magarpatta near Pune and he was amazed to see the development there. Once a sleepy village, Magarpatta is now a sprawling industrial zone that boasts of residential neighbourhoods, a multi-specialty ...DNA India, 4 weeks ago
The second day's opening technical session (fifth technical session) of the CMA National Management Accounting Conference 2016 kicked off with the keynote address nu Megapolis and Western Development Minister Patali Champika Ranawaka. The first ...4 Traders, 4 weeks ago Experts share insights on TCM for economic development DailyFT, 4 weeks ago Total Cost Management Key enabler of economic development top professionals on day 2 DailyFT, 1 month ago Top professionals to present on TCM Key Enabler ... Daily Mirror Sri Lanka, 1 month ago
As new ports face viability issues, the Centre plans to firm up a policy guideline on the location of new ports. The policy would be useful to resolve issues such as those that developed the Centre decided to set up a major port in Enayam, near ...Smart Investor, 1 month ago India: Shipping Ministry policy on location of greenfield ports soon Marasi News, 1 month ago
With its new hybrid annuity model, the government is confident of getting more funds from India Inc. The country’s highways could soon see green shoots of private investments, with the government now confident of getting India Inc to fund 55 per cent of the total kilometres to be put up for bidding this year. Last year, the government had to fund 87 per cent of the total kilometres awarded, while in 2014-15, the figure was as high as 91 per cent. About 40 per cent of the 25,000 km to be ...Rediff.com, 1 month ago
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