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A Flying Start

Nitin Gadkari, Union Minister for Road Transport & Highways and Shipping, has kicked off ambitious projects that will transform India’s landscape. BY Jayashree Kini-Mendes & Indrajeet Saoji Politicians like to promise action, not words. Although words matter, action is what speaks louder. A politician who acts on his words, delivers results and makes life easier for people is one who will win the he ...

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On the Rise

‘High Efficiency, Low Cost’ is the Indian elevator & escalator industry’s latest mantra to meet ever-evolving customer needs. BY Mitalee Kurdekar For the average Indian, an elevator is no longer a novelty. With rapid urbanisation and improved mass transport systems, the boundaries between rural India and urban India are narrowing, meaning that the average Indian has, at some stage, been exposed to an el ...

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Changing Track

The 6th Annual Metro Rail India Summit 2017 saw the country’s leading operators and decision makers deliberate on the industry’s evolution. BY SHRISTI NANGALIA With continually evolving cities, it is evident that there is a constant growth in population and traffic too. Being convenient, the public transport system gets chosen over private transport by a big bunch of the citizenry. With successfully existin ...

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In a whole new light

Dinesh Aggarwal, joint MD, Anchor Electricals, has plans to introduce consumers to a whole new experience for lighting and switches. BY Indrajeet Saoji & Jayashree Kini - Mendes Tell us little about your role in Anchor Electricals, your background, work experience, etc. I have been with Anchor Electricals since 2008. In 2007, Panasonic acquired 80% in Anchor which was earlier a family-owned business. In ...

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March to Victory

Abhijit Gupta, brand leader, CASE India, reveals how innovation and technology help make a difference in the Indian market. What does India’s growing investment plans in infrastructure mean for CASE Construction India? What are the kinds of equipment that is growing in demand? The infrastructure industry being at the forefront of the budget; sentiments are becoming even more positive as time passes and the ...

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Steely Resolve

Ashwini Bhide, MD, MMRCL, has fought against the odds to ensure that Mumbai’s first underground metro sees the light of day by Jayashree Kini-Mendes & Bibhor Srivastava In most developed nations, a sensible government first builds the infrastructure and after seeing it is good, attracts people to move in to these cities. In India, we have been putting off urbanisation for so long that it has also meant ...

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A bridge to the future

Ashish Tandon, MD, Egis India, offers a holistic view of what it takes to execute challenging projects and the technology it brings to the table. Egis India has been consultant on several metro projects. Tell us about your role and the expertise you bring to the table. Egis is a metro rail specialist as it has the experience and expertise of working on metro projects in several continents. We have experts a ...

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Signs in the Sky

Oberoi Realty’s Sky City has all the amenities of luxury living. When a developer offers exclusive residences and says they are The Abode of Serenity and ‘a design revelation offering masterfully crafted homes’, it makes one curious to know how different these homes would be. Oberoi Realty’s Sky City does not fail on both these counts. Rising majestically above the city and the Mumbai suburbs, Oberoi Sky Ci ...

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Steady Ascent

With swelling passenger traffic at airports, the onus of their transportation falls solely on elevator & escalator companies, who are innovating to deliver. BY Mitalee Kurdekar According to the Centre for Asia Pacific Aviation’s recent report, airport construction projects in India account for just 1% in terms of value of airport development works that are underway around the world. Aviation experts say ...

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Profitable Interruptions

As much as anybody would like to say, generators are here to stay as long as power outages continue. BY Jayashree Mendes If you are riding along the country’s highways, crossing states and passing villages you are bound to see shops and houses dotted with a ubiquitous diesel generator that will roar to life once every few hours. Not only do they light up the particular shop or house, but neighbouring shops ...

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