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  • Tacna House / PAR Arquitectos

    first_imgManufacturers: AutoDesk, Cutek, Arauco, Google, Haustek, Wet Proof ArchDaily 2018 Chile “COPY” ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/915751/tacna-house-par-arquitectos Clipboard Area:  135 m² Year Completion year of this architecture project Architects: PAR Arquitectos Area Area of this architecture project Tacna House / PAR Arquitectos Projects Save this picture!© Diego Elgueta+ 42Curated by Clara Ott Share CopyHouses•Maitencillo, Chile “COPY” ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/915751/tacna-house-par-arquitectos Clipboard Houses Photographs:  Diego Elgueta Manufacturers Brands with products used in this architecture project Design Team:Cristian Merino, Diego Ortiz, Francisco CortesEngineering:Alberto RamirezCity:MaitencilloCountry:ChileMore SpecsLess SpecsSave this picture!© Diego ElguetaRecommended ProductsDoorsECLISSESliding Pocket Door – ECLISSE LuceDoorsJansenDoors – Folding and SlidingWoodBlumer LehmannFree Form Structures for Wood ProjectsWoodAccoyaAccoya® CanalsText description provided by the architects. Based on the existing context, it is defined as a primary need to locate the main programmatic enclosures at the maximum permitted height according to regulations, in order to grant them the greatest possible unobstructed view.Save this picture!© Diego ElguetaSave this picture!Save this picture!© Diego ElguetaAccording to this and in response to a sloping terrain that descends towards the view; the principle of the swing appears as a project image; interpreted as a structural skeleton that allows to read a hanging suspended volume, which levitates on the ground alluding to the exposure condition of the corner site.Save this picture!© Diego ElguetaSave this picture!Save this picture!© Diego ElguetaIn this way the structure is considered as a scaffolding system, defined in laminated wood of section 10x40cm, detached from the volumetric body, composed by the assembled crossing of four beams of 10,5mts long and four double pillars of 6.0mts of height, placed punctually on a stone perimeter containment as a shoe that protects and establishes the lower level of the house.Save this picture!© Diego ElguetaAs a complement, vertical circulation is worked as a hierarchical element, as a central skylight, which orders, distributes and grants spatiality to the programmatic resolution of the house.Save this picture!© Diego ElguetaSave this picture!© Diego ElguetaIn relation to materialities, the use of wood as a unique material was privileged, both for economy and for its durability over time in saline environments.Save this picture!© Diego ElguetaThe structure of laminated pine is treated with 10% white waterproofing varnish of Cutek, for the exterior cladding 1″x4″ gross cover board treated with black waterproofing varnish and Wetproff smoke was used; as for the floorings, for the interior floor board was used 1”x5″ vitrified colorless and for outdoor deck table edged 1 1/2″x5″ impregnated.Save this picture!© Diego ElguetaProject gallerySee allShow lessFoster + Partners Design a House of Wisdom for Judah’s Scroll in SharjahArchitecture NewsSHoP Architects’ 111 West 57th Street Celebrates Topping Out near Central ParkArchitecture News Share Photographs Alvaro Cortés, Tomas Pardo Lead Architects: Tacna House / PAR ArquitectosSave this projectSaveTacna House / PAR Arquitectos Year:  CopyAbout this officePAR ArquitectosOfficeFollowProductWood#TagsProjectsBuilt ProjectsSelected ProjectsResidential ArchitectureHousesMaitencilloChilePublished on April 24, 2019Cite: “Tacna House / PAR Arquitectos” [Casa Tacna / PAR Arquitectos] 24 Apr 2019. ArchDaily. Accessed 11 Jun 2021. ISSN 0719-8884Browse the CatalogPanels / Prefabricated AssembliesTechnowoodPanel Façade SystemRailing / BalustradesMitrexIntegrated Photovoltaic Railing – BIPV RailingMetal PanelsAurubisCopper Alloy: Nordic BrassHanging LampsVibiaHanging Lamp – VOLConcreteKrytonCrystalline Waterproofing – KIMSkylightsLAMILUXGlass Skylight FE PassivhausPorcelain StonewareCosentinoSurfaces – Dekton® Chromica CollectionBricksFeldhaus KlinkerThin Bricks – ClassicGlassDip-TechDigital Ceramic Printing for Interior DesignWoodStructureCraftEngineering – FootbridgesAluminium CompositesCymat Technologies Ltd.Bundang Doosan Tower – Alusion™ Stabilized Aluminum FoamTable LampsRoss GardamDesk Lamp – OraMore products »Save想阅读文章的中文版本吗?Tacna小屋,“脚手架”支撑的观景住宅 / PAR Arquitectos是否翻译成中文现有为你所在地区特制的网站?想浏览ArchDaily中国吗?Take me there »✖You’ve started following your first account!Did you know?You’ll now receive updates based on what you follow! Personalize your stream and start following your favorite authors, offices and users.Go to my streamlast_img read more

  • Interview

    first_imgLest anyone suspect that atheism is no longer an issue, it’s “Reign of Terror Week” on The History Channel.  No fictional horror film could match what this series is revealing.  The episode Inside North Korea is a must see about the unbelievably horrible atrocities going on now in one atheist regime under the world’s worst living dictator, Kim Jong Il.  Global Prayer Digest says, “Being a Christian is illegal in North Korea, punishable by death or years of hard labor.”  If you thought routine, systematic evil went out with Hitler or Stalin, wake up!  It is happening, right now – evils just as bad or worse than anything from the 1930s and 40s – in communist countries that have not heard, or don’t care, that the foundations of their philosophical and political systems have collapsed.  It is doubtful any church or inquisition ever came close to the brutality and utter lack of conscience of the perpetrators of Nazi and communist genocides.  The episode Inside Pol Pot’s Secret Prison is a withering account of atrocities committed within the living memory of many of us: a systematic genocide rooted squarely in Darwinian principles.  These films are worth purchasing and sharing with pastors who are focused on their building programs or entertainers instead of the battle for truth.    Bizarre footnote: the mastermind of Pol Pot’s systematic executions, that ran like a conveyor-belt gas chamber, claims to have become a born-again Christian, and is awaiting trial in Cambodia.  Pol Pot died peacefully in 1998, and no Khmer Rouge member has ever been convicted of crimes against humanity.(Visited 6 times, 1 visits today)FacebookTwitterPinterestSave分享0last_img read more

  • Walk This Way: Body Designs Head to Toe

    first_img(Visited 165 times, 1 visits today)FacebookTwitterPinterestSave分享0 When you examine what makes us tick, you find intelligent design from the top down and from the bottom up.Complementary mechanisms for upright balance during walking (PLoS One). We usually walk without much conscious attention; some of us can chew gum at the same time. Given that the human body is much taller than it is wide, and uses only two legs instead of four, it has a challenge: keeping balance during motion. We actually fall forward with each step, and have to compensate at the right time. Babies learning to walk, and stroke victims in PT (physical therapy), know how hard that can be. Six physiologists tried to figure out the physics and signals involved.Lateral balance is a critical factor in keeping the human body upright during walking. Two important mechanisms for balance control are the stepping strategy, in which the foot placement is changed in the direction of a sensed fall to modulate how the gravitational force acts on the body, and the lateral ankle strategy, in which the body mass is actively accelerated by an ankle torque. Currently, there is minimal evidence about how these two strategies complement one another to achieve upright balance during locomotion. We use Galvanic vestibular stimulation (GVS) to induce the sensation of a fall at heel-off during gait initiation. We found that young healthy adults respond to the illusory fall using both the lateral ankle strategy and the stepping strategy. The stance foot center of pressure (CoP) is shifted in the direction of the perceived fall by ≈2.5 mm, starting ≈247 ms after stimulus onset. The foot placement of the following step is shifted by ≈15 mm in the same direction. The temporal delay between these two mechanisms suggests that they independently contribute to upright balance during locomotion, potentially in a serially coordinated manner.Now figure this out for basketball players, hurdlers, and gymnasts.Atomic resolution of muscle contraction (Osaka University). When you walk or flex a muscle, there are actual pushes and pulls going on at the subcellular level. The molecular motor myosin, which traverses actin membrances, is an “engineering marvel”, these scientists find. This machine is working out hard as you work out:At the molecular level, muscle contraction is defined by myosin molecules pulling actin filaments. New electron cryomicroscopy images with unprecedented resolution taken by researchers at Osaka University reveal unexpectedly large conformational changes in the myosin molecule during the pull. These findings, which can be seen in Nature Communications, provide new insights into how myosin generates force and a paradigm for the construction of nanomachines.To biophysicists like Keiichi Namba, professor at Osaka University, the ability of tiny molecules to generate large amounts of force seen in muscle make myosin an engineering marvel.5 Reasons Why Placentas Are Amazing (Live Science). This series by Mindy Waisberger tells readers amazing things about the life-support organ that nourished and protected us – and all placental mammals from mice to giraffes — in the womb. “It is the only organ that reproductive-age humans grow entirely from scratch,” she says. The organ is constantly adjusting to the baby within it, responding to hormones and secreting others. “Surrounding the placenta is a thin, protective layer known as the amniotic membrane, an intricate scaffold of proteins that carries nutrients and stem cells for fetal development.” Its ability to protect tissues is inspiring technologies for wound healing, she reports. Don’t be tempted to eat placenta, though: there’s no evidence it is healthy, as some claim.Characterization of the human aqueous humour proteome: A comparison of the genders (PLoS One). You might remember learning the parts of the eye in school, including the humorous parts: the aqueous humor behind the cornea, and the vitrious humor behind the lens. Unless you’re an opththalmologist, you may not have learned how much that aqueous humor does for you:Aqueous humour (AH) is an important biologic fluid that maintains normal intraocular pressure and contains proteins that regulate the homeostasis of ocular tissues. Any alterations in the protein compositions are correlated to the pathogenesis of various ocular disorders. … A total of 147 proteins were identified with a false discovery rate of less than 1% and only the top 10 major AH proteins make up almost 90% of the total identified proteins. A large number of proteins identified were correlated to defence, immune and inflammatory mechanisms, and response to wounding.A little inhibition shapes the brain’s GPS (Kings College London): Who needs directions, guys, when you have a GPS system in your brain? “Researchers from King’s College London have discovered a specific class of inhibitory neurons in the cerebral cortex which plays a key role in how the brain encodes spatial information,” this article says. Want to shoot some hoops? ” In their new study, the researchers reveal that one of the main classes of basket cells plays a key role in how the brain represents and remembers our environment, called spatial information coding.”Chew on this: Physics of chewing in terrestrial mammals (Nature Scientific Reports). No matter how hard or gently you chew, your muscles stay within limits of a power law based on your body mass. This is true for big and small mammals. “All of our experimental data stay within these physical boundaries over six orders of magnitude of body mass regardless of food types.”Gene analysis adds layers to understanding how our livers function (Weizmann Institute). For your daily Wonder Wander, Weizmann tells about your liver. What does the liver do? It lives, doh! But there’s a lot in that living:If you get up in the morning feeling energetic and clearheaded, you can thank your liver for manufacturing glucose before breakfast time. Among a host of other vital functions, it clears our body of toxins and produces most of the carrier proteins in our blood. In a study reported recently in Nature, Weizmann Institute of Science researchers showed that the liver’s amazing multitasking capacity is due at least in part to a clever division of labor among its cells.A genetic analysis showed nine different types of cells in this all-purpose organ. They’re arranged in a purposeful way, too: “The scientists also discovered that certain processes, such as the manufacture of bile, proceed across several different layers, in something like a production line.”Isn’t it wonderful what chance can do over millions and millions of years zzzzz… Wake up! That was a nightmare. Time to rise and become energetic and clearheaded. Thank your liver! Now, go live, walk, flex some muscles, and think logically.last_img read more

  • Kanana Park housing project launched

    first_img15 August 2012 Timred Jabaza has been waiting 22 years for a decent home – his long wait finally came to an end on Friday when President Jacob Zuma handed him the key to his new, fully furnished two-bedroom house. Jabaza was one of the first beneficiaries of the more than 200 new houses that Zuma handed over in Kanana Park, south of Johannesburg on Friday. Others who will be benefiting from the new homes include those were found living in uninhabitable conditions when the President visited Sweetwaters and Thulamntwana in 2010. Following that visit, the Gauteng provincial government and the City of Johannesburg began developing the Kanana Park housing project, which will incorporate the settlements of Thulamntwana, Sweetwaters and the two smaller informal settlements of Doornkuil and Bhekaphambili. A total of 3 101 houses are being built, 1 793 of which are government subsidised housing units, 756 social-rental units, and 552 bonded units. Parks, two sports grounds, two primary schools, a high school, a clinic, and commercial and light industrial sites are also being planned for the area. Jabaza’s daughter Kholeka Jabaza said it was wonderful to see one of her father’s dreams finally realised. “It wasn’t nice staying in a shack, especially at his age. It was not easy. My father has been waiting for 22 years, and his day has finally arrived,” she beamed. Kholeka was particularly pleased that Zuma, who had promised better living conditions for residents during his 2010 visit, had kept his word. “It’s been less than two years and already it’s happened. I’m so grateful. I just hope that he can do the same for everyone who has been living in those conditions,” she said. Patience Mehlomekhulu also spent the first night in her own decent home on Friday. The 74-year-old had been living in a shack with her grandchildren, where conditions were far from ideal. “It was so cold I could not sleep at night. Tonight I will sleep in my new house for the first time. I am very happy,” she said. Zuma, who was accompanied by a number of representatives from national and provincial government, also addressed a community meeting after handing over the houses. He said he was touched when he visited the area in 2010 and found that people were living in dire poverty. Plans were in place to develop the area and those plans were speeded up after his visit. “Everyone on the list will get a house … Everything takes time … things will not happen in one day, but at the end everyone will have a house,” Zuma assured residents. He also promised that there would be electricity and other services in the area. Gauteng Premier Nomvula Mokonyane said the Kanana Park housing projects would be a mixed development. Apart from the “give away houses”, houses would also be built for affordable rentals. “We are providing for families,” she said, adding that millions had been earmarked to build houses and develop the area. Source: SANews.gov.zalast_img read more

  • OpSource Launches an Enterprise Cloud on Amazon’s Coattails

    first_img3 Areas of Your Business that Need Tech Now steven walling Tags:#enterprise#Products Related Posts Massive Non-Desk Workforce is an Opportunity fo…center_img Just days after Amazon launched its Virtual Private Cloud to try and attract enterprises to EC2, OpSource has announced what it’s calling “the first true enterprise cloud.” OpSource is essentially offering a similar “hybrid cloud” operation that allows customers to access resources in the cloud over a secure VPN connection. IT can decide just how accessible their instances are and can apply the same type of firewalls and other security policies that they would in a datacenter. “Companies want to take advantage of the Cloud’s pay-only-for-what-you-consume and collaborative nature but they have been held back by the lack of security, performance and control,” said OpSource CEO Treb Ryan. The OpSource cloud aims to make up for that lack of security by translating traditional IT practices to the cloud. There will also be an SLA backed up by 24-hour support, which is basically standard if you want to be taken seriously in the enterprise space. Though OpSource will be hard pressed to seriously compete with Amazon’s enterprise cloud offering, the two companies do agree on one key fact. Both OpSource and Amazon are snubbing the movement towards the private cloud, where cloud-like architecture is moved into a completely separate enterprise environment. This short burst of announcements could signal a trend towards cloud computing, compromising just enough to meet the needs of enterprise IT and bring hold-outs into the fold.The one significant difference between the OpSource release and Amazon VPC is that the former supports a multi-tier architecture. The company is going to have to rely on speedy innovation and the addition of more features like that if it wants to capture significant market share from the EC2 juggernaut. The product will be fully launched at VMWorld next week and will leave private beta in early October. For a closer look now, you’ll need to apply here for the private beta. IT + Project Management: A Love Affair Cognitive Automation is the Immediate Future of…last_img read more

  • FIR against Bihar BJP chief, Kishanganj party candidate for violating code of conduct

    first_imgA case was filed against Bihar BJP president Sanjay Jaiswal and party candidate for Kishanganj Assembly by-poll Sweety Singh late on Saturday evening, for alleged violation of the model code of conduct. Kishanganj, along with four other Assembly seats and one Lok Sabha constituency, is scheduled to go for by-election on October 21.An FIR (No: 511/19) has been lodged against them after an allegedly incriminating video surfaced, in which Mr. Jaiswal is seen addressing local businessmen in Kishanganj and appealing to them to close their establishments on voting day and give ₹500 to each of their staff members to go and vote. “Our work will be done… it will also mean that you have donated ₹500 to Jaiswal”, the State BJP chief is purportedly heard saying.The incident took place on Thursday at the residence of Kishanganj Municipal Council Vice Chairperson Aanchi Devi. Mr. Jaiswal was camping at Kishanganj to ensure the victory of Ms. Singh. The candidate too is seen in the video. Out of bypolls for five Assembly seats, the BJP is contesting only in Kishanganj, leaving the other seats for alliance partner JD(U).Sub-Divisional Magistrate (SDM) Shanawaz Ahmad Niyazi said the case has been registered at Sadar (town) police station against them following a written complaint by Kishanganj Sadar Circle Officer Shafi Ahmad. “Further action will be taken against others too on the basis of the video and ongoing inquiry”, said Mr. Niyazi.Mr. Jaiswal said on Sunday said that he was only appealing to the businessmen to ensure that their staff vote and not denied their daily wages.Senior RJD leader Shivanand Tiwari said the video showed that the BJP will do anything to win the polls.last_img read more

  • TV Pilot Season 2018 By the Numbers

    first_imgHere’s the big-picture snapshot:Grand total: 74 (74 in 2017)Dramas: 45 (41 in 2017)Comedies: 29 (33 in 2017)Single-cam: 13 (23 in 2017)Multicam: 16 (7 in 2017)Here’s a closer look at Pilot Season 2018 by the numbers, including how all the studios fared. But first, here’s a look at how overall volume compares with the past few years:Network     2018     2017      2016    2015    2014    2013    2012ABC            22           24         24        25        27        24        24CBS            18           17         17        18        19        23        16Fox             11           13         19        15        16        16        16The CW       9             6           6          4          6          8          8NBC           14           14          22        23        27        27        23Totals         74           74         88       85        95         98        87ABC 22 (24 in 2017)With a comedy lineup that includes what could be the final seasons of Modern Family and The Goldbergs, ABC’s total volume was off only slightly from last season. Dramas remained even year-over-year as the network will have a TGIT hole to fill without Scandal and any new Shonda Rhimes-created dramas. (And that’s on top of saying farewell to Once Upon a Time.) The network may also have some Fox fare to select from if the proposed $52 billion merger brings studio 20th Century Fox TV and other assets into the Disney-ABC family. This season, ABC Entertainment Group president Channing Dungey is again looking for lighter dramas and its tried and true female-skewing fare.Big swing(s): The network has two straight-to-series orders: the Castle-like The Rookie, starring Nathan Fillion, and Take Two. (ABC’s untitled Kenya Barris family comedy has reverted to a pilot after Alec Baldwin balked at starring in the multicam.) Overall orders are even as the Big Four broadcast networks continue to buy largely from their vertically aligned studio counterparts (yes, even Fox).For the second pilot season in a row, a lack of outright cancellations has kept overall volume on par with 2017.Collectively, ABC, CBS, Fox, NBC and The CW ordered 74 new dramas and comedies — including a handful of straight-to-series pickups — as they look to reboots, light-hearted procedurals and multicamera comedies to cut through the clutter. In the months to come, the broadcasters will compete with cable and streaming outlets for top stars as they hope to find the next This Is Us or The Good Doctor for the 2018-19 season. LEAVE A REPLY Cancel replyLog in to leave a comment Facebook Advertisement Login/Register With: Advertisement Advertisement Twitterlast_img read more

  • Most actors have crocodile skin Soha Ali Khan

    first_imgNew Delhi: She has been in the industry for almost 15 years and comes from a family full of popular names including Sharmila Tagore, Saif Ali Khan and Kareena Kapoor Khan. Actress Soha Ali Khan says showbiz is not meant for thin-skinned people. She feels most actors have a “crocodile skin”. Soha made her acting debut with “Dil Maange More” in 2004. She was later seen in films like “Rang De Basanti”, “Khoya Khoya Chand”, “Tum Mile” and “Saheb, Biwi Aur Gangster Returns” among others. Also Read – I have personal ambitions now: Priyanka Asked if the acting profession comes with insecurities, Soha told IANS over an email: “People come with insecurities and the profession will exacerbate them if you are an insecure person. If you are made of thin skin, this is not the place for you or you will toughen up very fast.” “Most actors have crocodile skin and most people on social media, I think have crocodile skin. Because if you post something on social media and actually read the comments, some people will just be destroyed, but then you get used to it and like most human beings do, you adapt,” added the actress, who was here earlier this month for her association with BBLUNT. Also Read – Salman Khan remembers actor Vinod Khanna Soha feels being content is important. “You tend to realise that you can’t make everyone happy and the most important person you need to make happy is yourself,” she said. Stardom comes with an expiry date, has that thought ever crossed Soha’s mind? “No, life comes with an expiry date and stardom cannot be taken seriously because honestly when you go, you are not going to take your awards with you or your money with you. I mean people say that you leave behind something but I have seen enough famous people being forgotten and not being taken seriously,” said the 40-year-old actress. Soha, who is married to actor Kunal Kemmu, asserted that a lot should not be given away for glory. “People have short memories and they want to know the current favourite flavour of the month and that’s what life is now. So, I would say don’t sacrifice too much for stardom, it’s important to be happy in life. “If stardom makes you happy, great, but if it makes you unhappy then maybe you need to re-look at things,” said the mother of one. With over a decade dedicated to Hindi filmdom, Soha has not had an easy ride. She says there have been ups and downs but she has “grown as a person and as an actor”. “I have always wanted more opportunities. I feel like I have not been tapped fully as an actor but most greedy actors feel that way. I love my job; I have always enjoyed my career to be a part of my life and my entire life. I have always craved a balanced life… Being self-employed and being an actor gives you the flexibility to do something like that,” said Soha.last_img read more

  • WhatsApp reaches Nokia 8110 first in India

    first_imgNew Delhi: ‘Nokia 8110’ now supports messaging app WhatsApp and the update has reached the Indian market first, HMD Global, the home of Nokia phones, announced on Tuesday. The slider banana feature phone has intuitive tactile mechanics with slide to answer and end calls as well as a helicopter-style spin on its axis. “We’re so happy that our fans in India will get WhatsApp on ‘Nokia 8110’ first anywhere in the world,” said Ajey Mehta, Vice President and Country Head – India, HMD Global. Also Read – Swiggy now in 500 Indian cities, targets 100 more this year Running the web-based mobile operating system (OS) KaiOS, the 4G feature phone supports VoLTE calling and comes equipped with pre-loaded Google apps like Assistant, Maps, Search and other apps like Facebook, Outlook and Gmail. Priced at Rs 4,999, the feature phone is available offline as well as on Amazon.in, Flipkart.in and Nokia’s official website in traditional black and banana yellow colour variants. The feature phone was first announced in February 2018 at the Mobile World Congress (MWC) held in Barcelona.last_img read more

  • GAIL finishes contract award for Pradhan Mantri Urja Ganga gas pipeline project

    first_imgNew Delhi: State-owned gas utility GAIL India Friday said it has completed awards for all major contracts for the ambitious Pradhan Mantri Urja Ganga natural gas pipeline project that transverse from Jagdishpur to Haldia and Bokaro (Jharkhand) and Dhamra in Odisha. In a statement, GAIL said it has placed a Rs 475 crore order for steel pipes of about 280-kilometers to provide pipeline connectivity from Durgapur to Haldia, including spur lines to Kolkata in West Bengal. Also Read – Commercial vehicle sales to remain subdued in current fiscal: IcraThis completes contracting for the 3,400-km Jagdishpur (Uttar Pradesh) -Haldia (West Bengal) & Bokaro – Dhamra Natural Gas Pipeline (JHBDPL). “Till date, the company has committed over Rs 12,500 crore for the project,” GAIL said. The pipeline has already reached Barauni in Bihar and GAIL is ready for supplying gas to a refinery and upcoming fertiliser plant. The pipeline also supplies natural gas for Patna city gas distribution network (CGD). “This is a major milestone towards providing green fuel to the eastern part of the country,” it said, adding the work for balance portion is going on in full swing and is scheduled to be completed by December 2021 in a phased manner. The construction work of Dobhi-Durgapur Pipeline section is likely to be completed by December 2019 for supplying gas to Matix Fertilizers, Durgapur, West Bengal. Also Read – Ashok Leyland stock tanks over 5 pc as co plans to suspend production for up to 15 daysThe PSU is currently executing around 5,500 km of pipeline costing Rs 25,000 crore to provide gas supply largely to areas of eastern and southern parts of the country. Another 1,400 km pipeline involving capex of Rs 7,000 crore is under evaluation which is targeted to be completed by 2023. GAIL Chairman and Managing Director B C Tripathi said the company is committed towards creating the National Gas Grid to provide natural gas connectivity throughout the country.last_img read more