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Vinay Tonse takes helm as SBI MD, Vascon Engineers secures Pune hospital contract

EditorHari Govind
Published 2023/11/21, 06:32
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MUMBAI - State Bank of India (SBI) has appointed Vinay M Tonse as its Managing Director until November 2025, marking a significant leadership change at India's largest lender. Meanwhile, infrastructure development took a leap forward as Vascon Engineers bagged a ₹356.78 crore project to construct a hospital in Pune.

In the banking sector, SBI's announcement on Monday about Tonse's new role comes at a time when the bank is navigating through a rapidly evolving financial landscape. The appointment is expected to bring continuity and stability to the bank's operations.

On the construction front, Vascon Engineers' new project underscores the company's growing presence in the healthcare infrastructure domain. The Pune hospital project is a substantial addition to their portfolio and reflects the ongoing expansion in India's medical facilities.

In other industry news, Container Corporation of India (Concor) has partnered with Indraprastha Gas to bolster LNG infrastructure, indicating a strategic move towards cleaner energy solutions. This collaboration aims to enhance the availability and accessibility of liquefied natural gas across various sectors.

Additionally, Oberoi Realty has announced the launch of 'Forestville,' a new luxury residential project that caters to the increasing demand for upscale living spaces. This development signifies the company's commitment to expanding its footprint in India's luxury real estate market.

The Indian Railway Catering and Tourism Corporation (IRCTC) has also made strides by commencing operations at a new Rail Neer plant, which is set to increase its water bottling capacity significantly. Furthermore, IRCTC has opened up long-term train catering tenders, paving the way for enhanced service delivery in railway catering.

In the stock exchange sphere, BSE has made an additional investment of ₹78.57 lakh in India ICC, reflecting confidence in the growth potential of commodity exchange initiatives.

These developments across various sectors highlight India's dynamic economic environment and underscore the nation's commitment to growth and modernization in both financial services and infrastructure.

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