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Infrastructure Today

Infrastructure Today

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COVER STORY - PORTS & SHIPPING: Asset Monetisation, a Challenge With the entry of more private players, asset monetisation is expected to introduce more vitality to port operations. However, a section of industry experts harbour concerns regarding the existing port infrastructure. INTERACTION: Efficiency's the Port of call Jagannarayan Padmanabhan Practice Leader & Director Transport & Logistics, CRISIL Infrastructure Advisory Hinterland Connectivity a Major Logistics Issue Kumar Ankit,Treasurer Indian Private Ports & Terminals Association (IPTA) INTERACTION - ROADS & HIGHWAYS: “40 km/day road capacity target is achievable!” In an interaction with INFRASTRUCTURE TODAY, Devendra Kumar Sharma, Business Unit Head, Roads, Bridges & Ports, TataProjects Ltd, highlights the things that would help achieve the government’s ambitious road capacity addition target. FEATURE - UNION BUDGET 2020-21: Infrastructure to Power India’s $5 Trillion March On New Year’s Eve, the Central Government unveiled the Rs 102-trillion National Infrastructure Pipeline (NIP) to boost annual investment in the sector. Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman expects the move to create jobs, improve ease of living, and provide equitable access to infrastructure for all. INTERACTION: “Revive PPPs on a war footing!” Vinayak Chatterjee, Co-Founder & Chairman, Feedback Infra. FEATURE - STEEL: Is a Recovery on the Cards? The year 2020 has begun on a high note for the steel industry as green shoots of a revival become increasingly visible. With an increased infrastructure spend from the government and automobile industry gaining momentum, the steel industry is likely to regain traction. POWER TODAY - COVER STORY: CROSS-WIRING TO ILLUMINATE SOUTH ASIA REGION The formation of a robust cross-border framework in the South Asia region is expected to bring down the cost of electricity and allow India to achieve the flexibility to regulate the intermittency of power generated by its wind and solar farms.


Established in 2003, INFRASTRUCTURE TODAY is India’s premier magazine for nation builders, focusing on policy, finance and implementation issues with reason, intelligence and objectivity.

The most read magazine in India on the infrastructure sector, this publication by ASAPP INFO GLOBAL GROUP is circulated in around 800 cities across the country among industry stakeholders, business leaders, policymakers and change agents. With its insightful interviews, policy analyses, case studies, project and technology updates, statistics, trends and executive profiles, backed by meticulous editing and vibrant design, the magazine has won accolades aplenty, including the ‘Best Single Issue’ award at The Tabbies.