PPP News

Rajasthan minister says 300 government schools to be run on PPP mode

There would be no extra burden on parents and students, and facilities such as mid-day meals will continue, Rathore said, adding teachers working in those schools will be incorporated in other government schools.

Nowhere in the world has PPP in Metro rail fully succeeded, says E Sreedharan

India’s Metro Man, 85, former DMRC head and now adviser to Metro projects in many cities, tells The Indian Express what he finds wrong with New Metro Policy.


PPP framework needs to be reoriented: Goyal

If India has to develop at the kind of pace that is expected, and provide bare necessities to its people by 2022, then clearly the 'PPP' model is unavoidable, Goyal said.

Cong discuss poll strategy, Brar missing

Manpreet and Brar used to be close when they had left SAD (Badal) to form the PPP. But their relationship soured and Brar left the party to join Congress.

Amarinder-Manpreet meeting triggers speculation of alliance

The meeting, kept under wraps by both the sides, took place on Sunday, a day before Amarinder had to leave for Delhi to attend the ongoing Parliament session.

No invite from Cong for Bathinda rally yet; Capt the leader I respect most: Manpreet Singh Badal

Manpreet Singh Badal, chief of the People’s Party of Punjab (PPP) which had allied with the Congress for the 2014 Lok Sabha polls, speaks to Divya Goyal on the road ahead with Capt Amarinder Singh having taken over the Punjab Congress


Maharashtra govt nod still awaited, Shivajinagar station redevelopment get delayed

The redevelopment plans were submitted by the Pune division to the railway board, and the design was approved as well.

Centre plans public-private participation to revive country’s degraded forests

Step to help government reduce carbon emissions by 35 per cent by 2030.

On tap

The aim of reforming urban water supply through PPP mode should be to improve access and promote competition

100 per cent divestment: Unlocking the private potential

In the past three years 1,427 road projects were sanctioned, of which 437 are running behind schedule, 101 are under dispute and 1,022 projects have been completed while 57 were terminated.