Prime Minister Narendra Modi will next week launch the 10th city gas licensing round that will help extend coverage of CNG and piped cooking gas connections to 70 percent of the population.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi is in Varanasi to inaugurate infrastructure projects worth over Rs 2,412 crore, including two major national highways and an inland waterways project. It will be the PM’s 15th visit to his constituency in the last four-and-a half years.
Infra boost for Varanasi! PM Modi to dedicate two highways and an inland waterways terminal; details here
Big day for Varanasi! Giving a boost to the overall infrastructure sector of the country, Prime Minister Narendra Modi is all set to dedicate two important national highways to the nation in Varanasi today.
The Indian government headed by Prime Minister Narendra Modi has ratified the membership of Advanced Motor Fuels Technology Collaboration Programme (AMF TCP) under the International Energy Agency (IEA) on May 9, 2018.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi will inaugurate several development projects in Varanasi on Monday. PM Modi will inaugurate a multi-modal terminal on River Ganga, two national highway projects along with some sewerage projects, news agency ANI reported.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi will inaugurate a Multi-Modal Terminal on River Ganga in Varanasi on Monday. Modi will also receive the first consignment of containers moving on the Ganga from Kolkata to Varanasi
Prime Minister Narendra Modi will dedicate to the Nation, two important national highways in Varanasi, having a total length of 34 kilometres and constructed at a cost of Rs 1571. 95 crore on November 12.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi had promised on 15 August 2015 that every village in the country would be electrified within 1,000 days. When Leisang, a tiny village in Manipur, was electrified on April 28, 2018
India’s longest, 19.3 km long, Assam-Meghalaya river bridge being planned! 6 longest river bridges in India
A year after the longest river bridge in India, Dhola-Sadiya, was opened in the north-eastern state of Assam, the Modi government has announced plans for a longer bridge, again over the river Brahmaputra.
The $15 billion bullet train facility, the highlight of Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s drive to upgrade infrastructure, is facing resistance from farmers unhappy with the compensation for land taken away from them
India’s bullet train project is moving at the pace of a commuter train instead. A year after the project was kicked off, only 0.9 hectares of land have been acquired out of the 1,400 hectares needed, according to the Indian government