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Jaiprakash Associates bags orders of Rs 2,079cr from Bhutan
Jaiprakash Associates today has bagged two contracts worth Rs 2,079 crore from Bhutan. The contracts have been awarded by Punatsangchhu-II Hydroelectric Project Authority, Bhutan. The orders ...
Indian power companies planning to develop four projects
State-run power firms are planning to develop four projects in Bhutan as a means ...
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DoD identifies SJVN, MOIL for disinvestment in 2014-15.
The government has identified Satluj Jal Vidyut Nigam (SJVN) and manganese-ore miner MOIL as possible candidates for 10% disinvestment ...
Alstom T&D India to supply power transformers in Bhutan.
Alstom T&D India has bagged a contract worth Rs. 55 crore for supplying power transformers in Bhutan. "Alstom T&D India has been ...
JSW Steel to increase steel capacity to 40 million tonnes by 2025.
Steel major JSW Steel today said it has prepared a blue print to increase overall steel capacity to 40 million tonnes per annum by ...
Modi lays foundation stone for Kholongchu project.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi laid the foundation stone for the 600-MW Kholongchu hydro-electric project, a joint venture between India ...
SJVN Signs MoU for development of Kholongchhu Hydroelectric Power Project in Bhutan.
SJVN Ltd. has informed BSE regarding "SJVN Signs MoU for carrying out pre-construction activities for development of Kholongchhu Hydroelectric ...
M&M signs MoU with Bhutan for Electric Vehicles.
Mahindra and Mahindra, the Mumbai-based utility vehicles and tractor manufacturer, recently signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) ...
Carmakers plug into Bhutan's electric drive.
It is not too often that you see Bhutan make news in the automotive world. Yet this country played host to Carlos Ghosn, CEO of Nissan ...
Jaiprakash Associates bags orders worth Rs 9.13 bn from Bhutan
Jaiprakash Associates has been awarded two contracts worth Rs 9.13 billion by Mangdechhu Hydroelectric Project Authority, Bhutan for ...
SJVN to submit reports on two Bhutan projs this year
State-run SJVN plans to submit detailed reports on the 650 MW Kolongchu and the 600 MW Wangchu power projects in Bhutan to the neighbouring ...
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Implementation of Punatsangchhu-II HEP.
Dagachhu Hydropower Project.
SJVNL plans to set up Kholongchu hydro electric project in Bhutan.
Punatsangchu II hydel power plant.
Punatsangchu-I Hydro Power Project : Jaiprakash Associates has awarded Civi works
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