The integrated terminal at Kolkata's Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose International Airport opened in January 2013. Built at a cost of Rs2,325 crore (Rs23.25bn) by a Thai-Indian consortium, Italian-Thai Development Public Co-ITD Cementation, the new terminal can handle 25mn passengers annually.
Kolkata Metro, which started operations in 1984, was the first metro rail in India. This was followed by successful operations in Delhi Metro.
While Bangalore has started metro services, other cities like Hyderabad, Jaipur, Gurgaon, Chennai, Mumbai, Kochi and Mumbai are likely to introduce metro trains soon.
Built to reduce travel time between South Mumbai and the Eastern suburbs, the Eastern Freeway connects P D'Mello Road to the Eastern Express Highway at Ghatkopar.
Built by Mumbai Metropolitan Region Development Authority (MMRDA) at a cost of $200mn, it covers a distance of 16.8km.
Built at a cost of Rs1.3 bn, the Indore Bus Rapid Transport System (BRTS), with air-conditioned buses, covers a distance of 11.7km.
The entire stretch of BRTS in Indore covers 106km, connecting all major corridors in Indore.
One of India's biggest engineering marvels, the Indian Railways plans to complete the Chenab bridge in Jammu and Kashmir by 2016
At a height of 1,053 feet, India will have the highest railway bridge in the world by 2016.
The 1.3-km-long bridge is a part of the 73-km-long Katra-Dharam section of the Udhampur-Srinagar-Baramulla Rail Link (USBRL) project being executed to provide rail connectivity to the Kashmir valley.
With the introduction of the Howrah-Dhanbad double decker express train in 2011, India joined the big league of European countries that run air-conditioned double decker trains.
Its average operating speed is 62 km/hr and the maximum limit is 110 km/hr.
Currently, there are four double decker express trains in India. The Indian Railways started its services between Delhi and Jaipur, followed by a double decker service in the Mumbai-Ahmedabad route.
The most recent addition is the Chennai-Bangalore air-conditioned double decker train.
Yamuna Expressway is a 6-lane, 165km long, controlled-access expressway, connecting Greater Noida with Agra in Uttar Pradesh.
Built at a cost of Rs12,839 crore (Rs 128.39bn), it is India's longest six-laned controlled-access expressway stretch.
Several residential, commercial, industrial and recreational developments have been planned on either sides of the Expressway.
Banihal-Qazigund tunnel is India's longest railway tunnel, covering a distance of 11.215km and connecting connecting Bichleri Valley of Banihal with Qazigund area of Kashmir Valley.
Also called the Pir Panjal railway tunnel, it is 8.40m wide and 7.39m high.
Commercial operations started from 27 June 2013 reducing the distance between Quazigund and Banihal by 17km.
Pir Panjal Railway Tunnel is also Asia's third longest railway tunnel.
Gujarat International Finance Tech-City or GIFT is designed to provide high quality physical infrastructure for tech and finance companies looking for an ideal base in India.
Spread across an area of 986 acres, the Rs60,000 crore (Rs600bn) project will have special economic zones (SEZ), international education zone, integrated townships, an entertainment zone, hotels, a convention center, an international techno park, Software Technology Parks of India (STPI) units, shopping malls, stock exchanges and service units.
The project is undertaken by a Joint Venture company formed by Gujarat International Finance Tec-City Company and Gujarat Urban Development Company Limited and Infrastructure Leasing & Financial Services (IL&FS).
India has planned a group of solar parks in Gujarat, India.
Charanka Solar Park is the biggest solar park with a group of 17 thin-film photovoltaic (PV) power systems, on a 4,900-acre area in Patan.
The solar park is expected to save around 900,000 tonnes of natural gas annually.