With 2019 underway, it would serve us well to look at some of the most pressing needs of Indian infrastructure. Trends in global capital markets and the needs of Indian infrastructure have broadly remained the same, but so have the challenges.
India needs infrastructure to grow, but there’s hardly anyone to fund it. Over the years, banks — the largest financial intermediaries — have slowly begun to withdraw from the segment after poorly structured financing, corruption,
Sector-specific public-private partnerships (PPPs), bankable projects, a more active policy framework and resolution of legacy issues — the consensus among industry, financial institutions and sector experts is that the country needs these to revive
Edelweiss Alternative Asset Advisors Ltd has hit the fund-raising trail as it looks to raise ₹4,000-4,500 crore for its infrastructure fund Edelweiss Infrastructure Yield Plus Fund, said a senior executive of the Edelweiss group.
To strengthen city’s power infrastructure, the UT administration plans to spend around Rs 300 crore in next financial year 2019-20. The UT has submitted the same before the Joint Electricity Regulatory Commission (JERC), in its power tariff petition.
In a bid to improve the road infrastructure in the border areas, the Border Road Organisation(BRO) is building many large and medium-sized bridges to improve road infrastructure on the strategically important Leh-Manali highway, reports The Times of India.