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Thursday, July 11, 2024
TopicNavi Mumbai International Airport

Topic: Navi Mumbai International Airport

Of kings, caves, and farmer leaders: The significance of MVA govt’s name changes in Maharashtra

The former MVA government agreed to change the names of Aurangabad, Osmanabad, and the Navi Mumbai airport. The decision turned out to be among the last the Uddhav cabinet made. 

Flights from showpiece Navi Mumbai airport to take off by 2024, developer assures in writing

Navi Mumbai International Airport Ltd achieved a 'major milestone' two months ago, giving authorities confidence to complete much-delayed project by December 2024.

Mumbai international airport gets $750 million from private bond sale to Apollo

The airport's operator, controlled by the Adani Group, sold 7.25-year dollar notes to funds managed by Apollo in order to refinance existing debt and fund new capital expenditure.

2022 could be year Mumbai begins to shed ‘under-construction’ look, authorities have a plan

Major projects such as Mumbai Trans-Harbour Link & underground Colaba-Bandra-Seepz Metro taking shape in city. With Covid hitting work, Mumbai has become jungle of concrete & iron.

Infra projects to boost connectivity in 129 villages around Mumbai, MMRDA wants planning rights

MMRDA has identified 129 villages in the region & categorised them into 8 ‘growth centres’, wants to be special planning authority to ‘avoid haphazard development’

Navi Mumbai International Airport construction will help boost Indian economy: Bhupendra Shah

Bhumiraj Group CMD Bhupendra Shah says the proposed airport will generate employment opportunities.

On Camera

In contest between private broadcasters and Prasar Bharati, sport will be the ultimate loser

Prasar Bharati can offer high-definition sports content, but risks falling short on delivering user experience that private broadcasters invest heavily in.

94% of agricultural & allied output out of MSP net, govt needs to find alternatives, says SBI report

The research report also pointed out that only few states benefit from govt's procurement policy. It added that a legal guarantee for MSP would lead to the neglect of non-MSP crops.

Germany banks on stealth and technology to bag India’s submarine project

Indian Navy is set to finalise a technical report following field evaluation trials of air independent propulsion systems offered by German company TKMS and Spanish firm Navantia.

Modi's new universe: the normal irritants of democracy & awkward chai with Rahul Gandhi

Changed reality for Modi govt in its 3rd innings is by no means rise of a new phenomenon. It's a return to old normal where even majorities had to routinely wrestle with storied million mutinies.