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Nirbhay Kumar
New Delhi, August 18, 2020
Despite an ambitious target, public expenditure on infrastructure - the only functional engine of the economy - is dwindling. That spells bad news for economic recovery


BusinessToday.In
August 2, 2020
On July 29, the company had emerged as the preferred bidder for the said project, under hybrid annuity mode (HAM) with a bid cost of Rs 1,755 crore


BusinessToday.In
July 13, 2020
Share price of IRB Infra rose 4.27% to Rs 127 against previous close of Rs 121.80 on BSE


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E Kumar Sharma
July 22, 2017
A motley group of emerging infrastructure companies has seen rapid growth in recent years.


E Kumar Sharma
November 3, 2015
Apart from the choice of traditional EPC model, sharp focus on the segments, as well as a tight rein on costs, has helped these companies survive.


Manu Kaushik
October 26, 2012
Reports of allegedly dubious deals between Mumbai-based IRB Infrastructure and BJP chief Nitin Gadkari have opened a Pandora's Box for Virendra D. Mhaiskar, CMD of the Rs 3,258 crore IRB Infrastructure.


G. Seetharaman
May 7, 2012
The developers are grappling with financial fallout of less-than-expected traffic. Competition is also making things harder for them.


Virendra Verma
September 17, 2009
There are people who know what they are going to do in life right in college. Virendra D. Mhaiskar is one of them.


Virendra Verma
May 21, 2009
IRB Infrastructure’s focus on the toll road business is keeping its cash registers ringing.


E. Kumar Sharma and Virendra Verma
September 4, 2008
Infrastructure majors like Larsen & Toubro and HCC have been at the forefront of evolving into leaders in the build-operate-transfer (BOT) space. But they aren’t the only ones that have shifted gears from engineering and construction.


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