Nov 16
Path to Progress
Path to Progress
THAT the under-construction Mumbai Trans Harbour Link (MTHL) is billed as India’s longest sea-bridge itself qualifies it as a soon-to-be major infrastructural marvel. But what is more significant is that MTHL will bridge the physical and metaphysical gaps that exist between Mumbai and Navi Mumbai even after 50 years of the latter being conceived.

When completed, the sea-bridge will easily pip the Bandra-Worli Sea Link, which is currently India’s longest over the sea. Beyond the distance and the complexities that L&T will face – and resolve – our cover story also salutes the workmanship of engineers and workmen building this path to progress.
L&T’s sine qua non has been its sensitivity towards environmental sustainability, which is the central theme of the Company’s recently launched Integrated Report 2020-21 and, therefore, deserves a focused treatment. The future, undeniably, rests on how green we leave the earth for the future generations.
The commissioning of three crucial power supply facilities by L&T for the Dhaka Metro has enabled trial runs for Bangladesh’s first-ever urban transport system. We are happy to bring this and other interesting news to you.
As always, we look forward to your valuable comments and feedback at Letters2editor@Larsentoubro.Com
Yuvraj Mehta


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