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The National Highways Authority of India (NHAI) is tightening the norms for developers to bid for road projects under the engineering, procurement, and construction (EPC) mode in an effort to disqualify weak, non-performing a
With an escrow agent of troubled infrastructure developer IL&FS Group citing a court order to stop servicing loans taken for a road project, lawyers and experts said investors could turn cautious on the infrastructure sector
The last date for submission of bids for the second bundle, comprising eight highways totalling 586.55 km, closed on Wednesday. NHAI has set the base price for the second TOT package at Rs 5,362 crore. The concession period i
The second package of roads to be bid out under the toll-operate-transfer route by the National Highways Authority of India (NHAI) has attracted three bids — IRB Infrastructure Developers, Adani Group and Cube Highways.
Roads developer Ashoka Buildcon (ABL), through its city gas distribution (CGD) business, Unison Enviro (UEPL), is planning to bid for projects worth Rs 400-600 crore in the next round of bidding scheduled in February.
Construction of the much-awaited Dholera International Airport (DIAC) is likely to begin early next year with the Airports Authority of India (AAI) approving a decision earlier this month to take a 51% stake in the project.
Siemens India posted an earnings beat for the third straight quarter as it also reported its best quarterly performance in the last six years on the back of strong revenue growth across all business segments.
IL&FS’ roads development arm, IL&FS Transportation Networks (ITNL), has the largest portfolio of highways built via a public, public, private partnership (PPP), with 28 build, operate, transfer (BOT) projects.
Global Infrastructure Partners (GIP), Brookfield Asset Management and Cube Highways are among those likely to bid for the second bundle of highways grouped under the toll, operate, transfer (ToT) model.
The National Company Law Appellate Tribunal on Tuesday agreed to hear IndusInd Bank’s plea seeking to recover an interest payment of Rs 25 crore from Infrastructure Leasing & Financial Services (IL&FS).