Even as the Ministry of Road Transport and Highways and the National Highways Authority of India (NHAI) plan new projects to boost economic activity, land acquisition continues to be a challenge for these projects. Completing the acquisition process before awarding projects is a major financial hurdle for the government.
An internal report of the road ministry, prepared by global management firm AT Kearney, suggested the government and the NHAI should plan road projects based on a “corridor approach”. Read More……
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