The Economic Times: In the 1990s, entry of private players in the telecom created a revolution, erasing the long waiting lists. These projects demonstrated that government-only approach need not remain the norm for constructing, operating and maintaining large infrastructure projects. Since the turn of the century public-private infrastructure projects have become more common and diverse in India.Airports, highways, rail links and shipping ports are among the successful ventures of the 21st century. It seems, finally, that India has found a way to make serious inroads against its infrastructure deficit. Read more…..