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Old October 3rd, 2010, 03:10 AM   #5781
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I am all ok criticizing things but should also praise good things if you are neutral.
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So I don't like to join the debate and fill the thread here. ..................
Same pinch for both the above points I haven't seen you praising Jaya like you do for Stalin now for her role in development of this corridor. (nor I have seen you criticizing DMK for majority of the bad things they do). Talking about her contribution the following comes to my mind immediately. (No intention to project Jaya here, just couldn't resist pointing out your neutral stand)

Ford and Hyundai projects were finalized by Jaya in 1996, which then new Chief Minister Karunanidhi in 1996 said, what one government has done the succeeding government should not undo and went on to implement it(and hats off to him for that, for once he acted mature enough in his life). I hope you agree that those 2 were the catalyst for Sriperumbudur - Oragadam industrial corridor development. Texmaco and Flextronics opened shop in her following stint too(2002 & 2005).

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Old October 3rd, 2010, 03:12 AM   #5782
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I was happy about the meetings he had with South Korean industry leaders such as Samsung. It marks a new trend in TN to market the state to foreign investors. I was lamenting the remarkable lack of interest and indifference shown by TN leaders in the past when Karnataka and AP went after investments aggressively. Now, seeing the trend reversal I am happy about it.
Fair enough I thought you were happy about coouvam
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Old October 3rd, 2010, 05:47 PM   #5783
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GST Ride Tambaram - SPKoil

Most of the pics are taken today

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Residential appmts Urappakkam

2. Vandalur Park(bt located at Urapakkam)


Shot at 2010-10-03


Shot at 2010-10-03

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Another Residential appmts Urappakkam

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Another Residential appmts Urappakkam (From Akshaya Homes)

Lot of residiential projects are going on at Urapakkam

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Another Residential appmts Urappakkam

6. Estancia, Potheri



7. SRM, Potheri



8. Metropolis - Akshaya Homes, Maraimalai Nagar







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Old October 3rd, 2010, 05:51 PM   #5784
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Chennai is changing.
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Old October 3rd, 2010, 07:27 PM   #5785
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Pictures in no.5 are in Guduvancheri. Not in Urapakkam
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Old October 3rd, 2010, 10:56 PM   #5786
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Both 4 and 5 are just opposite to each other.

Its just next to urapakkam but defenitely well before guduvancheri.

But may be it might fall in the limits of guduvancheri.
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Old October 4th, 2010, 02:07 PM   #5787
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Elections coming up in May We'll wait and see if anything will materialize out of this. Appreciation before we see anything on ground is called hero worship.
You should be crazy !! Don't know how to appreciate others ??? Did you see Karunanithi , jaya or MGR went to tour like that ?? This guy (stalin) do better before talk. He knows very well that common man (majority voters) won't understand the necessity of this tour, but he still working hard for that ....
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Old October 4th, 2010, 10:00 PM   #5788
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IIT-Madras sets up US-type research park

http://www.thehindubusinessline.com/...0550710300.htm

The tall building stands out as you branch off the busy Old Mahabalipuram Road and drive along a tree-lined street. It is a warm afternoon and as you walk up to the building you are tempted to linger outside for a while, thanks to a strong and pleasant breeze.

There are quite a few people lounging outside, either having their lunch sitting under a tree's shade or simply enjoying a few minutes break before they get back to their work stations. Work on the building is not fully complete — some finishing touches are being given on the outside, while inside there is a lot of activity going on.

Research park

This is the first of the three planned buildings at the research park being put up by the Indian Institute of Technology-Madras at Taramani — Chennai's hub for educational and research institutions. Ginger, the Tata Group's budget hotel brand, has opened an 85-room facility on the top floor of IIT-M Research Park.

The IITM Research Park, adjacent to the IIT, provides space for research by companies with greater and sustained interaction with the IIT and its faculty. The companies can also tap into the IIT's student pool.

Cos moving in

A number of software companies including Tata Consultancy Services, Cognizant Technology Solutions, Amada Soft India and ARCI have taken space. Others such as BHEL, Nissan and Caterpillar have also booked space. Nissan plans to carry out research on fuel cells, while Caterpillar will focus on a number of areas including product development.

Collaborative work

“What we are trying to do here is collaborative work,” says Dr Sandhya Shekhar, Chief Executive Officer, IITM Research Park. The idea is to bring together three distinct entities — industry with its knowledge of the market, faculty members with their domain expertise and students with their ability to be highly creative, and make research relevant to what is required on the ground.

This is how university research parks function elsewhere and IIT Madras has modelled its research park on some of the best in the US.

“There is humongous amount of energy within the campus, which lies largely untapped. By co-locating a research park adjacent to the IIT, we can tap that,” says Dr Shekhar.

Tapping talent

Companies no longer need to wait for a summer project or a vacation to be able to employ the students. The students can engage with the companies so that they learn a lot and at the same time bring creativity to the companies. “If you get fresh ideas from students, that is, like a burst of energy,” she adds. The students will be able to participate in research work even when their academic programme is underway, making the course more wholesome.

This is the first of the three buildings that will come up on the campus, which when fully built will have about 1.6 million sq ft of space. It will have seven conference rooms, an auditorium and a food court.

Dr Shekhar recollects a feedback she got from someone in Purdue University, who told her, “don't worry about the research, it will happen. Worry about the food. If you have good food, research will follow.”

Entrepreneurship

IIT-M identified the need to nurture entrepreneurship as one of the objectives of the research park and has housed an incubation centre for start-ups at the park. It feels that the ecosystem — of start-ups being able to tap the experience of larger companies and at the same time being mentored by IIT faculty members — would help nurture and grow the start-ups.

Without getting into the rental rates for space at the research park, both at the incubation centre and for larger companies, Dr Shekhar emphasises that the project is not a real-estate proposition. The rentals will be much lower than that prevailing outside, but still the intent is different, she adds.

Space allotment

There will be a screening committee for requests for space in the research park, according to her, to find out the intent behind asking for space.

“We have something unique and proprietary to our business model, which is the credit system,” she adds. This credit system, will measure the level of interaction between the companies and IIT. “They have to earn a certain amount of credits to continue in the research park.”

“We would like good research happening here, good ideas emanating from here, strong IP (intellectual property) being generated, those would be the metrics on which we would like to measure ourselves,” Dr Shekhar adds.

Ginger hotel

The Tata group's Ginger group of budget hotels has opened its first hotel in Chennai on the 11 {+t} {+h} floor of the research park. A lot of companies felt a need for a hotel in the vicinity — one that is functional, neat and would serve as a kind of transit accommodation.

A search on Ginger Hotels' Web site reveals a “special intro rate” of Rs 1,499 for a room for one night for an adult (Rs 1,749 with taxes) and a “standard rate” of Rs 1,999 (Rs 2,249 with taxes).
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Embassy Property to develop first integrated township in Chennai

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Embassy Property Developments Limited, a property development company, is developing, through its associate company, RGE Constructions and Development Private Limited, Embassy Residency, Chennai which covers 25 acres and is the first integrated township in close proximity to Chennai city. Embassy Residency is located in Perumbakkam near Chennai city.

The project comprises 2,037 two-bedroom apartments, 556 three-bedroom apartments and 528 units for the Economically Weaker Section ("EWS"). The first phase offers apartments ranging between 650 sq. ft. to 1,400 sq. ft.

The project has environmentally friendly features such as atmospheric potable water, rain water harvesting, energy saving devices such as solar power water heaters and yard lighting, and clay hollow bricks used for non-load bearing partition walls. The indoor and outdoor attractions of the project are landscaping and lagoons, a gymnasium and fitness centre, swimming pool, jogging track, play area for children, pharmacy, a school, day care centre, bank with safe deposit lockers, café, a clubhouse, 24-hour security and a multipurpose hall.

Embassy Property Developments Limited is a leading real estate development company in India. The company, together with its Promoters, has 25 years of experience in real estate development, having developed an aggregate of 24.54 million sq. ft. of developable area in the commercial, residential and retail segments of the real estate market. The company’s projects are primarily based in Bangalore, and it has a growing presence in southern and western India, as well as a presence in overseas locations such as Malaysia and Serbia.

The company has completed 62 domestic and international commercial projects comprising a developable area of 18.73 million sq. ft. In addition, the company has also completed 19 residential projects comprising a developable area of 5.30 million sq. ft. Some of Embassy’s noted clients are Alcatel-Lucent, Atos Origin, ANZ, Cognizant, Computer Science Corporation, Fidelity, Geometric, IBM, LG Soft India, McAfee, Mercedes-Benz, Microsoft, NetApp, Nokia Siemens Networks, Supervalu, Target, Vodafone and Yahoo!.

Embassy Property Developments Limited has recently filed its Draft Red Herring Prospectus (“DRHP”) with the Securities & Exchange Board of India to enter the capital market with its initial public offering of its equity shares. The offer consists of a fresh issue of equity shares with a face value of Rs. 10 each, at a price to be decided through the 100% book building process. The Equity Shares offered through this Issue are proposed to be listed on the Bombay Stock Exchange Limited and the National Stock Exchange of India Limited.

The joint global coordinators and book running lead managers to the issue are UBS Securities India Private Limited and Nomura Financial Advisory and Securities (India) Private Limited. The other book running lead managers are Citigroup Global Markets India Private Limited and Edelweiss Capital Limited, while Karvy Computershare Private Limited is the registrar to the issue.
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'Keep Pallikaranai project in abeyance'

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The National Environment Appellate Authority (NEAA) has ordered that the project for the Integrated Municipal Solid Waste processing plant of 1400 TPD capacity at Pallikaranai by the Chennai Corporation on the outskirts of the city be kept in abeyance till October 20.

Member of the Authority J.C. Kala passed this order on an appeal from V. Srinivasan of Tiruvanmiyur challenging the environmental clearance granted by the Tamil Nadu State Level Environment Impact Assessment Authority (TNSEIAA).

The NEAA issued notice to the TNSEIAA, the Tamil Nadu Pollution Control Board and the Chennai Corporation and posted the appeal for further hearing on October 20.

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வணிக வளாகங்களில் ஏற்படும் பார்க்கிங் பிரச்னைக்கு தீர்வு காண, சென்னை புரசைவாக்கத்தில் ஏழு அடுக்குகள் கொண்ட "மல்டி லெவல் கார் பார்க்கிங்' அமைக்கப்பட்டுள்ளது. தமிழகத்தில் முதல் முறையாக அமைக்கப்பட்டுள்ள இந்த நவீன, "கார் பார்க்கிங்' பார்வையாளர்களை வெகுவாக கவர்ந்துள்ளது.

மக்கள் தொகை பெருக்கத்திற்கேற்ப வாகனங்களும் பெருகி வருகின்றன. ஆனால், அதற்கான சாலை மேம்பாடு உள்ளிட்ட கட்டமைப்பு வசதிகள் இல்லாததால் போக்குவரத்து பிரச்னை பெரிதாகி விடுகிறது. இதற்கான சாலை விரிவாக்கம், மேம்பால சாலை என பலகட்ட முயற்சிகள் செய்து வருகிறது. இதுதவிர அடுக்குமாடி வணிக வளாகங்களும் பெருகி வருவதால், "பார்க்கிங்' பிரச்னையும் அதிகரித்து விட்டது. இதற்கு தீர்வு காணும் வகையில் வணிக வளாகங்களில், "பார்க்கிங்' வசதியை சி.எம்.டி.ஏ., கட்டாயமாக்கியுள்ளது.

இந்த நிலையில் பார்க்கிங் பிரச்னைக்கு தீர்வு காணும் வகையில், தமிழகத்தில் புது முயற்சியாக, 'மல்டி லெவர் கார் பார்க்கிங்' சென்னையில் அமைக்கப்பட்டுள்ளது முன் மாதிரியாக உள்ளது. சென்னை புரசைவாக்கத்தில் சமீபத்தில் புதிதாக துவக்கப்பட்ட, "சரவணா ஸ்டோர்' அடுக்குமாடி வணிக வளாகத்தில் ஏழு அடுக்கு கொண்ட "மல்டி லெவல் கார் பார்க்கிங்' வசதி செய்யப்பட்டுள்ளது. இதில் ஒரே நேரத்தில் 56 கார்களை பார்க்கிங் செய்ய முடியும். காரை கொண்டு போய் நிறுத்தினால் போதும்; டிரைவர் தேவையில்லை. "சுவிட்ச் ஆன்' செய்தால் போதும் லிப்ட் வழியாக கார் மேலே போகும். எந்த தளத்தில் பார்க்கிங் செய்ய காலியிடம் உள்ளதோ, அங்கு தானாகவே கொண்டு போய் நிறுத்தப்பட்டு விடுகிறது. இந்த மாதிரி மல்டி லெவல் கார் பார்க்கிங் வசதி டில்லி, மும்பை போன்ற நகரங்களில் உள்ளது என்றாலும், தமிழகத்தில் இதுவே முதல் முறை. இதற்கு சி.எம்.டி.ஏ., அங்கீகாரம் அளித்துள்ளது. புரசைவாக்கத்தில் அமைந்துள்ள இந்த கார் பார்க்கிங் வசதியை பொதுமக்கள் பொருட்காட்சி போல வேடிக்கை பார்த்துச் செல்கின்றனர்.

இதுகுறித்து சி.எம்.டி.ஏ., அதிகாரிகள் கூறும்போது,"வணிக வளாகங்களில் பார்க்கிங் பிரச்னை ஏற்படுவதைத் தவிர்க்க நவீன வசதிகளுடன் கூடிய கார் பார்க்கிங் வசதி அவசியம். புரசைவாக்கத்தில் அமைந்துள்ளது, "மல்டி லெவல் கார் பார்க்கிங்' ஒரு முன்மாதிரி. இதுகுறித்து விழிப்புணர்வு ஏற்படுத்தும் முயற்சியில் சி.எம்.டி.ஏ., ஈடுபட்டு வருகிறது' என்றனர். இனி பெரிய அளவில் அமையும் வணிக வளாகங்களில் இதுபோன்ற, "மல்டி லெவல் கார் பார்க்கிங்' வசதி செய்ய சி.எம்.டி.ஏ., அறிவுறுத்த உள்ளது.
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Old October 6th, 2010, 08:15 AM   #5792
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Modern abattoir at Pulianthope by end 2010

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Mayor M Subramanian on Tuesday announced that the Rs 48-crore project to modernise the city’s oldest slaughterhouse at Pulianthope, would be completed soon and inaugurated by December-end.

Briefing reporters after inspecting the ongoing modernisation work under design-build-operate-transfer (DBOT) contract, Subramanian said, “After several delays, work on one of the the country’s oldest slaughterhouses began in September 2009 and the abattoir will be modernised in the lines of the civic body’s Villivakkam abattoir, which has got an ISO quality certification.”

Of the existing total 10-acre facility at the slaughterhouse, modernisation work is being carried out only in about four-acres and the remaining six acres will be developed full of greenery, the Mayor informed.

Accommodating the concerns of the locals on slaughtering goat and small-time businessmen involved in the meat trade from the abattoir, Subramanian said, “It has been decided to allow slaughtering of 500 goat per hour against the previously planned 250.”

Besides, a dedicated complex would be constructed for small time businessmen linked to meat trade here, he added.

The purpose of the project was to serve hygienic, disease-free meat for the public and to create an eco-friendly environment as per the norms of the Ministry of Food Processing Industries and the Tamil Nadu Pollution Control Board.

Under the project, fully mechanised state-of-the-art slaughtering facilities with an effluent treatment plant, composting, bio-filter, quality control lab, chillers and freezers to store meat would be set up.
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Old October 6th, 2010, 09:58 PM   #5793
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For the last 4 years, number of industries have come up in Sriperumpudur-Oragadam area. These projects are not dreams but reality. Huawei and LG are in the pipeline. Without the present govt, these 2 industrial clusters wouldn't have grown this much and you cannot dispute this fact. If you are closing your eyes and ears, nothing can be done.

I am all ok criticizing things but should also praise good things if you are neutral. Unfortunately some people only criticize things and couldn't look at the postives. They won't change and I don't care about it. After all, the educated minority do not decide elections here. So I don't like to join the debate and fill the thread here. You can keep criticizing every thing and any thing (spread awareness) and but not sure how that will influence the uneducated majority who decides election results.
IF you dont care why should you reply to his views. you care three much sir. thats why u r replying.
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Old October 6th, 2010, 10:02 PM   #5794
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Same pinch for both the above points I haven't seen you praising Jaya like you do for Stalin now for her role in development of this corridor. (nor I have seen you criticizing DMK for majority of the bad things they do). Talking about her contribution the following comes to my mind immediately. (No intention to project Jaya here, just couldn't resist pointing out your neutral stand)

Ford and Hyundai projects were finalized by Jaya in 1996, which then new Chief Minister Karunanidhi in 1996 said, what one government has done the succeeding government should not undo and went on to implement it(and hats off to him for that, for once he acted mature enough in his life). I hope you agree that those 2 were the catalyst for Sriperumbudur - Oragadam industrial corridor development. Texmaco and Flextronics opened shop in her following stint too(2002 & 2005).
good rebutt kongutamila. very well told. subra please follow the same yardstick for all leaders. dont simply support all the wrong your favorite leader is doing and critisize all the good done by your unfavorite leader.
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Old October 7th, 2010, 03:15 AM   #5795
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good rebutt kongutamila. very well told. subra please follow the same yardstick for all leaders. dont simply support all the wrong your favorite leader is doing and critisize all the good done by your unfavorite leader.
Before providing free advice, please provide me a proof where I criticized any opposition leader. I only praised good initiatives done by govt. If any other leader comes to power tomorrow and take good steps, I will praise them too.
Some of you couldn't digest any praise on the current govt irrespective of good and bad things. that doen't mean every one should toe your line. After all it is democracy.

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Old October 7th, 2010, 08:48 AM   #5796
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Multi level cark park by Saravana stores, Purasawalkam.

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வணிக வளாகங்களில் ஏற்படும் பார்க்கிங் பிரச்னைக்கு தீர்வு காண, சென்னை புரசைவாக்கத்தில் ஏழு அடுக்குகள் கொண்ட "மல்டி லெவல் கார் பார்க்கிங்' அமைக்கப்பட்டுள்ளது. தமிழகத்தில் முதல் முறையாக அமைக்கப்பட்டுள்ள இந்த நவீன, "கார் பார்க்கிங்' பார்வையாளர்களை வெகுவாக கவர்ந்துள்ளது.

மக்கள் தொகை பெருக்கத்திற்கேற்ப வாகனங்களும் பெருகி வருகின்றன. ஆனால், அதற்கான சாலை மேம்பாடு உள்ளிட்ட கட்டமைப்பு வசதிகள் இல்லாததால் போக்குவரத்து பிரச்னை பெரிதாகி விடுகிறது. இதற்கான சாலை விரிவாக்கம், மேம்பால சாலை என பலகட்ட முயற்சிகள் செய்து வருகிறது. இதுதவிர அடுக்குமாடி வணிக வளாகங்களும் பெருகி வருவதால், "பார்க்கிங்' பிரச்னையும் அதிகரித்து விட்டது. இதற்கு தீர்வு காணும் வகையில் வணிக வளாகங்களில், "பார்க்கிங்' வசதியை சி.எம்.டி.ஏ., கட்டாயமாக்கியுள்ளது.

இந்த நிலையில் பார்க்கிங் பிரச்னைக்கு தீர்வு காணும் வகையில், தமிழகத்தில் புது முயற்சியாக, 'மல்டி லெவர் கார் பார்க்கிங்' சென்னையில் அமைக்கப்பட்டுள்ளது முன் மாதிரியாக உள்ளது. சென்னை புரசைவாக்கத்தில் சமீபத்தில் புதிதாக துவக்கப்பட்ட, "சரவணா ஸ்டோர்' அடுக்குமாடி வணிக வளாகத்தில் ஏழு அடுக்கு கொண்ட "மல்டி லெவல் கார் பார்க்கிங்' வசதி செய்யப்பட்டுள்ளது. இதில் ஒரே நேரத்தில் 56 கார்களை பார்க்கிங் செய்ய முடியும். காரை கொண்டு போய் நிறுத்தினால் போதும்; டிரைவர் தேவையில்லை. "சுவிட்ச் ஆன்' செய்தால் போதும் லிப்ட் வழியாக கார் மேலே போகும். எந்த தளத்தில் பார்க்கிங் செய்ய காலியிடம் உள்ளதோ, அங்கு தானாகவே கொண்டு போய் நிறுத்தப்பட்டு விடுகிறது. இந்த மாதிரி மல்டி லெவல் கார் பார்க்கிங் வசதி டில்லி, மும்பை போன்ற நகரங்களில் உள்ளது என்றாலும், தமிழகத்தில் இதுவே முதல் முறை. இதற்கு சி.எம்.டி.ஏ., அங்கீகாரம் அளித்துள்ளது. புரசைவாக்கத்தில் அமைந்துள்ள இந்த கார் பார்க்கிங் வசதியை பொதுமக்கள் பொருட்காட்சி போல வேடிக்கை பார்த்துச் செல்கின்றனர்.

இதுகுறித்து சி.எம்.டி.ஏ., அதிகாரிகள் கூறும்போது,"வணிக வளாகங்களில் பார்க்கிங் பிரச்னை ஏற்படுவதைத் தவிர்க்க நவீன வசதிகளுடன் கூடிய கார் பார்க்கிங் வசதி அவசியம். புரசைவாக்கத்தில் அமைந்துள்ளது, "மல்டி லெவல் கார் பார்க்கிங்' ஒரு முன்மாதிரி. இதுகுறித்து விழிப்புணர்வு ஏற்படுத்தும் முயற்சியில் சி.எம்.டி.ஏ., ஈடுபட்டு வருகிறது' என்றனர். இனி பெரிய அளவில் அமையும் வணிக வளாகங்களில் இதுபோன்ற, "மல்டி லெவல் கார் பார்க்கிங்' வசதி செய்ய சி.எம்.டி.ஏ., அறிவுறுத்த உள்ளது.

Ability to park only 56 cars in a 7 floor parking lot? Isn't it too less??

But still, such facilities are required in the 100s, not just one or two.
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Old October 7th, 2010, 10:05 PM   #5797
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Stalin's visit accelerates second wave of Korean investment in TN

http://www.thehindubusinessline.com/...0852171900.htm

White goods manufacturer, Samsung, which has a production facility near Chennai to manufacture television sets, intends to invest a further Rs 250 crore in Tamil Nadu. Its compatriot, Kun Hwa Machinery, has firmed up plans to invest Rs 135 crore in the State. Hyundai, the passenger car biggie, which also has two plants (on one premises) near Chennai, is looking at Tamil Nadu closely for its third unit.

The second wave of Korean investment into Tamil Nadu appears to have been touched off. This is the impression with which a high-level Tamil Nadu delegation, headed by the State's Deputy Chief Minister, Mr M.K. Stalin, returned home on Tuesday after a ten-day tour of Korea (and China).

Tamil Nadu's Industries Secretary, Mr Rajeev Ranjan, told Business Line today that the seminar in Seoul organised by the State, attracted a lot of attention, as it was attended by over 400 delegates.

Importantly, the level of interest in the State was very high, as was evident by the questions that were put forth to the visitors. “They know what is happening here. They came to the seminar well prepared,” Mr Ranjan said.

Mr Stalin had several high level meetings, the most important of which was perhaps the one he had with the Vice-Chairman of the Hyundai Group, Mr Eui Sung Chung. ‘He flew in from Paris” for the meeting, Mr Ranjan said.

The meeting has some significance because Hyundai India would very soon need to take a decision on where to locate its next plant. The company has two units in one complex at Sriperumbudur near Chennai. The two units have a combined capacity of 6,00,000 cars a year. Hyundai' sales (domestic plus exports) will soon hit this capacity.

Company officials say that the capacity can be expanded by about 70,000 cars, but not more. For further capacity, Hyundai would need to start investing right now, especially because further capacity creation would have to be on a greenfield, there being no further room at Sriperumbudur.

Hyundai has had some issues with labour and was once looking at Andhra Pradesh for locating its third unit.

It is not clear as to what transpired on this subject in the meeting that Mr Stalin had with Mr Chung, but Mr Ranjan says that the Tamil Nadu Government is keen on retaining Hyundai in the State. He had previously said that the Government could offer sites at Cheyyar, not very far from Sriperumbudur.

LG, Lotte

In addition to these companies, the other Korean white goods major, LG, is also keen on investing in the State. LG was also looking at the Sri City industrial estate in Andhra Pradesh, just across the AP-Tamil Nadu border, some 40 km north of Chennai, for locating a manufacturing facility. However, Tamil Nadu Government officials are confident that they would be able to pull LG in. While Mr Ranjan only says “let us see”, officials in the Industries Department invited this correspondent to “take a bet” that LG would choose Tamil Nadu.

Lotte is another Korean conglomerate — this company has a confectionary business in Chennai, which it bought from the Murugappa group a few years back. Now, Lotte is keen on getting into other areas as well. ‘Hospitality' and ‘convenience stores' have been mentioned in this context.

China visit

The delegation led by Mr Stalin also visited Shanghai and Beijing. The delegation met officials of the telecom equipment major, Huawei, which has said it would invest Rs 2,000 crore in the State.

The delegation found that the other Chinese telecom giant, ZTE, was also keen on setting up shop in Tamil Nadu.

“We also met officials of Foxconn and Nokia there,” Mr Ranjan said. “They are hoping to add more numbers in India.”
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Hmmm Sri City is proving to be a pain for Chennai now. The Sri-Oragadam industrial clusters along with ThervoyKandigai should be expanded fast to counter the land issue.
Little disappointing that no news on Kia was published.
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Initially I was thinking Sricity will complement Chennai but now it is becoming as competetion. TN govt should do some joint venture marketing with AP with high value added marketing in Chennai and low value hugh land consuming industries in Sricity something like that.
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Old October 8th, 2010, 05:41 AM   #5800
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Initially I was thinking Sricity will complement Chennai but now it is becoming as competetion.
It's completely understandable. Kudos to AP for exploiting the proximity to Chennai. They are doing what our government failed to do in Hosur Even after this on-job training from AP I doubt if TN will wake up.

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