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Nagarjuna bags highway project

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HYDERABAD: Nagarjuna Construction Company Ltd (NCC) has announced that it, along with its joint venture partners, has bagged the construction of the elevated highway project of the Bangalore-Hosur section.

This section is part of National Highway-7 from the Silk Board Junction to the Electronic City Junction in Bangalore and will be constructed on a BOT (build, operate transfer) basis.

A company release said it would have a share of Rs 255 crore in the Rs 765-crore project..

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