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National Monetisation Pipeline
upload-file    By: Vidhi Goel

Under the Union Budget 2021-22, Monetisation of Assets has been identified as one of the three pillars for enhanced and sustainable infrastructure financing in the country. The Budget also envisioned the preparation of a National Monetisation Pipeline to provide a direction to the monetisation initiative and visibility of investors. The National Monetisation Pipeline has been created to be co-terminus with the balance National Infrastructure Pipeline period, a 4-year period from FY2022 to FY2025.

Development of Western Dock at Paradip Port
upload-file    By: Ashima Kohli

Paradip Port Trust is inviting applications for the development of the port with a total investment of INR 3,005 Cr.

Union Budget 2021- Reforms and Announcements for Ports, Shipping and Waterways Sector
upload-file    By: Shivam Suri

Major reforms and announcements pertaining to the Ports, Shipping, and Waterways sector from the Union Budget 2021 announced by Hon'ble Finance Minister

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DFCCIL Invites Comments on Model RFP Document
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The Dedicated Freight Corridor Corporation of India is presently constructing two Dedicated Freight Corridors in India - the Eastern Corridor [EDFC] the Western Corridor [WDFC] with a total route of 3,360 km.

Building New India through the National Infrastructure Pipeline
upload-file    By: Vidhi Goel

IIG is set to host the National Infrastructure Pipeline- an effort to augment India's infrastructure through an identified investment of Rs. 111 Lakh crore between FY 2020-25.

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National Infrastructure Pipeline- Strengthening Rural Infrastructure
upload-file    By: Vidhi Goel

A summary of the challenges faced, measures taken, and the future outlook of the Rural Infrastructure in India.