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Published On: Mon, Nov 13th, 2017

Infrastructure Projects In India

 

Infrastructure Projects In India

Infrastructure Projects In India will be the ones that will make the country developed and powerful.  Modi government has also launched lot of ambitious signature projects that would change the face of the country. Infrastructure Projects In India will be the ones that will make the country developed and powerful.  Modi government has also launched lot of ambitious signature
Some of the upcoming Infrastructure Projects In India include Sagarmala Project that aims to promote port- led direct and indirect development and provide infrastructure to transport goods to and from ports quickly, efficiently and cost- effectively. This project plans are on to implement the projects worth Rs 5,00,000 crore under the ambitious programme by mid-2019. Bharatmala Project is another one worth Rs 14,000 crore project linking India’s vast west-to-east land border from Gujarat to Mizoram. It links road network in coastal states from Maharashtra to West Bengal.
Another important project that will come up is Mumbai Trans Harbour Link, Shivaji Memorial that will be country’s longest sea bridge at 22.5 km.  Mumbai’s suburbs will be connected with the mainland across the harbour through sea bridge and a viaduct. The project will cost around Rs18,000 crore and completed by 2019. It will connect Sewri in central-east Mumbai with Nhava Seva across the harbour. Also the Arunachal Pradesh on rail map has brought Arunachal Pradesh on the railway map of India which will be the country’s longest rail-cum-road bridge — the 4.94-km long Bogibeel bridge over Brahmaputra. The government also wants to convert all meter-gauge tracks in the northeastern states to broad-gauge. The above are some of the ambitious projects declared by the government which will help the country to develop in all ways.

 

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