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Delhi government approves Rs 1,250 cr worth projects

Delhi government approves Rs 1,250 cr worth projects

The Delhi government has approved projects worth Rs 1,250 crore including 94 polyclinics, five bus depots and 2,500 new beds in city government hospitals, an official said on Thursday.The decision was taken in an Expenditure Finance Committee meeting chaired by Finance Minister Manish Sisodia here on Wednesday, a Delhi government spokesperson told

China stops funding CPEC projects

Islamabad : China has reportedly withheld funding of some key China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) road projects in Pakistan over corruption-related concerns. In an indirect warning to Islamabad, Beijing has forwarded a come clean message. Pakistan’s Minister for Planning and Development Ahsan Iqbal has confirmed this. The Dawn quoted Iqbal, as saying that Beijing has stopped funding

Punjab CM Met Venkaiah Naidu, Assured Him To Bring Central Govt. Aided Projects On Track

Punjab Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh has assured the Centre of his government’s commitment to implement RERA, and to ensure that the central government aided poverty alleviation and housing projects funded during the previous regime in the state are brought on track and executed at the earliest.The issues came for discussion during the Chief Minister’s

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China hopes Sri Lanka fosters good atmosphere for projects

China hopes that Sri Lanka can create a good legal, security and public opinion environment for its investment projects in the Indian Ocean country, Premier Li Keqiang told his visiting Sri Lankan counterpart Ranil Wickremesinghe. Chinese investment in Sri Lanka has been controversial. President Maithripala Sirisena is struggling to contain popular opposition to land acquisition

Punjab Day set to witness launch of various projects

State government’s Tourism Department is all set to launch its various projects on the occasion of Punjab Day in November this year. The move is significant as the projects are awaiting their completion after missing various deadlines. On the occasion of Punjab Day on November 3, the state government is set to dedicate its ambitious

Various projects yet to see light of day

Punjab government’s various ambitious projects such as Bus Rapid Transit System (BRTS) Amritsar, Inter State Bust Terminal (ISBT) Mohali and Heritage Village Amritsar are yet to see light of day after having missed several deadlines.Regardless, the Punjab government officers maintained that most of the projects are in final phase and likely to be operational by

City to witness major development projects in next months

Ludhiana: Claiming an overall development of city, Punjab Deputy Chief Minister Sukhbir Singh Badal claimed that the city will face major development projects in next few months. During his visit to the city on Friday, announced several measures for the development of the city. He announced to exempt the industrial connections from condition of NOC. He

‘2,220 cr to be spent on water supply and sanitation projects’

Patiala: Water Supply, Sanitation and Higher Education Minister Surjit Singh Rakhra said that the state government has decided to spend Rs 2,200 crore on the water supply and sanitation projects in 800 villages in the state under which sewerage will also be covered.Rakhra was addressing the people at Rauni Zhundian and Mehmodpur villages in Patiala

Projects worth `30k crore for villages

Punjab Deputy Chief Minister Sukhbir Singh Badal on Saturday made a strong pitch for development and disclosed that the SAD-BJP government had chalked out projects worth Rs 30,000 crore in order to ensure all-round development of more than 12,000 villages of the state. He laid the foundation stone of a railway overbridge (ROB) to come

Despite rise in crime, Safe City Project set to miss another deadline

Ludhiana: Inaugurated with the objective to make the city safe, the much hyped project of state government ‘Safe City Project’ is all set to miss another deadline of August 15. The first phase of the project was likely to be launched on Independence Day but due to delay in installation of cameras the project will

Deadline looming, various road projects lie in the doldrums

    Jalandhar: In the election year, even as Deputy Chief Minister Sukhbir Singh Badal sought swift construction of as many as 469 roads, the Jalandhar Municipal Corporation (MC) is yet to invite tenders for over 200 roads in the city. The deadline to complete the road work was September 30 but till date the MC

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Khattar asks officers to accelerate speed of work on highways

Chandigarh: Haryana Chief Minister ManoharLal Khattar today directed PWD officials to coordinate with the National Highways Authority of India to accelerate the work on National Highways in the state. The Chief Minister, who was presiding over a meeting to review the progress of works of National Highways here, exhorted the officials of Public Works (Building

World Bank commits USD 1 bn for solar projects in India

New Delhi: Multi-lateral lender World Banktoday announced funding support of USD 1 billion for expansion of solar power capacity in India. It also signed an agreement with the International Solar Alliance (ISA), consisting of 121 countries led by India, to collaborate on increasing solar energy use across the world, with a goal of mobilising USD

Hry CM announces slew of new projects

Gurgaon: Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar on Monday laid the foundation of a six-lane road project between Mahaveer Chowk and Dharuhera, and announced several schemes, including development of a smart power grid, in the city. Rs 36.61 crore has been sanctioned for the project, he said addressing a programme, ‘Badalti Soch, Badalta Gurgaon’, here. The

Ramky Infra bags Rs 612.88 cr order for road projects in Punjab, Chhattisgarh

New Delhi: Ramky Infrastructure today said ithas bagged orders worth Rs 612.88 crore for road projects in Chhattisgarh and Punjab. “Ramky Infrastructure Ltd has been awarded projects worth Rs 612.88 crore in the states of Chhattisgarh and Punjab,” the company said in a BSE filing. The company got Rs 263.34 crore order for rehabilitation and

Virbhadra dedicates projects work `33 crore in Kasauli

Shimla: Chief Minister Virbhadra Singh on Tuesday dedicated and laid foundation stones of the projects worth Rs 33 crore in Kasauli Constituency of Solan District. He dedicated the Ayurveda Dispensary constructed with an outlay of Rs 33.13 lakh at Jabal Jamrot, dedicated the Lift Water supply scheme at Patta Barouri in Gram Panchayat Haripur completed