Value engineering is an effective way of cutting down the cost and adopts different techniques in order to achieve far greater results.
Crisil's research wing came out with a note spelling out the headwinds which make the government's target to double exports to USD 900 billion by 2020 from the present USD 470 billion an ambitious one.
Maharashtra Chief minister Devendra Fadnavis will make the announcement for smart city 'Navi Mumbai South' on December 4 during a two-day exhibition to be organised by CIDCO here.
States collected Rs 24,014.51 crore as construction workers welfare cess as on September 30 and spent Rs 4,255.57 crore out of it
The Coal India arm is planning an output of 100 million tonnes in another five years.
Commercial production of the pickup trucks is expected to begin in April 2016. Isuzu is investing Rs 3,000 crore facility
The construction sector has the highest employment multiplier, and HFA has the potential to increase employment by 1.6 lakh man years annually. The impact will be felt across all states.
In terms of sectors, agriculture is expected to see a slowdown on a QoQ basis possibly because of the lesser or deficit monsoon. It is hence expected to come in at around 1.1% and the range is anywhere between 0.5% and 2% this time.
Apart from highways, huge work has been started to overhaul the country's shipping and ports sectors with a thrust on waterways, he said, adding that the work has just begun and once it picks up pace there would be no looking back.
Directorate General of Anti-Dumping (DGAD) in its recommendation to the Department of Revenue suggested anti-dumping duty of up to 57.39 per cent on cold rolled flat stainless steel products of width 600 mm to 1,250 mm.
The domestic construction industry is set to become a driving force in 'Make in India' initiative. From a USD 2.8 billion industry at present it has the capacity to grow to over USD 5 billion by 2020
It is expected that by the year 2025, market potential for green building products and technologies is estimated to be about USD 300 billion.
Emkay Global's sector report on: Trends observed during the month with respect to project tenders, awards, port traffic, NHAI and PGCIL awards
The Cabinet Committee of Economic Affairs (CCEA) today authorised the National Highway Authority of India (NHAI) to pay rationalised compensation to concessionaires in case of delays in road projects not attributable to them.
The company reported a standalone total income from operations of Rs 137.79 crore and a net profit of Rs 2.40 crore for the quarter ended Sep'15.
The central government announced FDI and liberalisation in 15 sectors, including agriculture, mining plantation, defence, broadcasting, aviation, construction, manufacturing, private banking sector, cash and carry wholesale trading, among others
PAT may get additional boost from lower interest expenses on reduced debt levels and interest rate. Interest expenses may come down by Rs 40 crore to Rs 120 crore due to right issues.
The initiative is anticipated to impact over 50 smart cities in the next year through a catalogue of over 50 start- ups and ISV solutions.
Other data on Monday showed construction spending rose in September, indicating the economy remained on firmer ground despite some cooling in consumer spending and persistent weakness in manufacturing.
Gross toll revenue is expected to grow 15-20 percent on the back of healthy traffic growth. Main routes like Mumbai-Pune, Bharuch-Surat and Surat-Dahisar may see double digit growth with additional revenue from Pathankot-Amritsar.
Amongst the cement companies, Mahantesh Sabarad of SBICap Securities prefers regional players that are exposed to central and eastern parts of the country than largecap names. He likes Heidelberg from that space
Independent market expert Ratnesh Kumar continues to remain positive on the IT sector, but says pharma as a whole is valuation-wise expensive. He is underweight on the auto-ancillary space and believes it is perhaps done with its best phase
"A meeting of the Board of Directors of the company will be held on September 30, 2015, inter alia, to consider sale of wind power plants of the company having aggregate capacity of 49 MW," Jaiprakash Associates Ltd informed BSE on Tuesday.
The rise was driven by growth in consumer spending, mainly on services like health care and transport
Virendra Mhaiskar, the company‘s Chairman and Managing Director (MD) said the government‘s target of building 30 km of highways a day is achievable.