The budgetary support for the infrastructure industry to the tune of Rs 4 lakh crore was announced by Union finance minister Arun Jaitley on Feb 1, 2017.
Infrastructure Today made an honest effort to seek expectations from the budget that infra industry leaders had from the Union budget for the 2017-2018 fiscal. Post budget, the same stakeholders were asked to assess whether their expectations had been met or not.
A news feature on future proofed airports in India, including an interview with the Airports Authority of India chairperson, Guruprasad Mohapatra as well as a news focus on the coal and mining sector were also suitably addressed in the Feb issue of IT.
Since 2003, our monthly magazine INFRASTRUCTURE TODAY (IT) has grown to a stature of leadership, and it is the most read magazine in India on the infrastructure sectors. IT partners in the nation's building process by offering valuable information, insights and analyses. Our current reader profile includes policymakers and public office bearers, town planners, investors, contractors, developers, consultants, utility providers, engineers, banks and financial institutions, educators and researchers, and decision makers in other organisations that provide products or services to the infrastructure sectors. The magazine covers physical infrastructure and related construction activities in Power, Oil & Gas, Roads, Railways, Ports, Airports, Water, Telecom and Urban Infrastructure. Each issue provides usable value for the reader: from business environment and financing options to models of contracts and industrial land creation. You will always find in IT top people and organisations sectors, through independent contributions, incisive interviews. The top institutional analysts contribute to IT as well. The magazine is present in high-power seminars and conferences, is referred to by business leaders, and displayed on many a corporate boardroom coffee table.