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Old August 18th, 2006, 03:18 AM   #121
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the first phase of the ORR compared to the rest is like comparing a mouse to an elephant

if they take so long to complete the first phase, how long will it take to get the rest done?
Its not just the size, it is the spirit that matters.

The first step is always the most important step.
Once you go thru the motions, the rest follows!
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Old August 18th, 2006, 03:36 AM   #122
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PJR taken to task by members at CLP meet
MLA raises Kokapet, Pothireddypadu issues
Expressed doubts about Jala Yagnam being beneficial to Telangana
Many MLAs accuse him of harming party's interest
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Hyderabad: Several members of the Congress Legislature Party (CLP) took exception to the stand of party MLA from Khairatabad, P. Janardhan Reddy, on issues like Pothireddypadu head regulator and Kokapet land sale and advised him to observe restraint. The outburst against the MLA reportedly began soon after the AICC general secretary and in-charge of AP Congress affairs, Digvijay Singh, left the committee hall of the Assembly where the CLP meeting was convened here on Thursday.

Mr. Janardhan Reddy is reported to have raised the issue of Pothireddypadu and Kokapet land sale accusing the Government of neglecting Telangana region and acting against the interests of farmers. He sought to know whether Rs.53, 000 crore Jala Yagnam programme would benefit Telangana at all as the share of the region in Krishna waters was insufficient.

This provoked several MLAs from Andhra, Rayalaseema and Telangana regions to take on Mr. Reddy accusing him of harming the party's interests "for personal reasons". Ministers Botsa Satyanarayana and Sabitha Indra Reddy cited the Jala Yagnam as a sign of Government's commitment to develop all regions. In fact, Telangana region was being given a greater focus by the present Government, they argued.

The PCC president, K. Keshava Rao, advised the CLP members to appreciate the Government's efforts in developing the State instead of levelling baseless accusations. He said every decision taken by the Government had the approval of a majority of Congress MLAs.

Towards flood relief: Earlier, Mr. Digvijay Singh and the Chief Minister, Y.S.Rajasekhara Reddy, asked the CLP members to apply themselves to the task of governance more seriously.

The meeting resolved that each Congress MLA would donate Rs. 10,000 and the Ministers and MPs Rs. 20,000 each for flood relief work in the State.
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Did not want to start a political discussion, but
What a change? Is Congress Party really out to clean up their image, or what?
PJR is a perfect example of "dead wood", the congress party should get rid off!
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Old August 19th, 2006, 02:19 AM   #123
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ORR: court stays land acquisition
Judge refers matter to Division Bench of High Court for serious consideration
Proceedings for Musi beautification project also stayed
Petitioners maintain ORR alignment was altered 114 times to favour "powerful" persons

HYDERABAD: The High Court has stayed further proceedings pursuant to the land acquisition notifications issued after the change in alignment of the Outer Ring Road (ORR) project at Kandlakoya village in Medchal mandal for two weeks.

The judge G. Raghu Ram also stayed the land acquisition proceedings near Uppal for the Musi beautification project. He was dealing with a batch of petitions filed by people affected by the two projects. The judge referred the matter to a Division Bench as the issues, including the environment angles, needed a serious consideration.

The petitioners, S. B. Kirloskar and others, levelled serious allegations against the Hyderabad Urban Development Authority (HUDA) and its Chairman D. Sudheer Reddy who is made a respondent, along with another Congress leader Amabti Rambabu. The petitioners maintained that the ORR alignment had been altered 114 times to favour a few "powerful" persons. Appearing on behalf of the petitioners, senior counsel S. Ramachandra Rao said that the HUDA was depriving the poor of their lands in the name of realignment. In his counter affidavit, the ORR Project Director, however, claimed that everything was as per law.
While disagreeing with the contention that a committee of six IAS officers was asked to look into the complaints, Justice Ram remarked that the public law did not recognise such committees. He felt that the counter affidavit was not forthcoming about serious issues raised by the petitioners.

In another batch of writ petitions, Dubba Narasimha Reddy of Uppal and others, challenged the proceedings initiated to acquire their land for Musi beautification project. Their counsel D. Prakash Reddy informed the court that hundreds of acres were being acquired, when the land on banks of Musi river was sufficient for setting up the sewage treatment plants. They complained that the authorities were not acting as per law and that they were trying to acquire the farmlands without proper exercise on deciding on the actual requirement.
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Old August 19th, 2006, 02:33 AM   #124
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Oh god, they better get on with work on the ORR already and stop dilly-dallying. This is getting ridiculous.

If this land acquisition issue is really taht big a deal, then they should at least continue with their road widening and, more importantly, some of their proposed ORR link roads should be grade seperated, as should the Inner Ring Road. This will improve connectivity throughout the Hyderabad Metro Area, not jsut among the outer suburbs.
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Old August 19th, 2006, 03:11 AM   #125
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ORR row: BJP plans `Chalo Assembly'
Dattatreya demands a judicial inquiry into alleged irregularities in land transactions

HYDERABAD: The Bharatiya Janata Party will organise `Chalo Assembly' on August 25 focussing on the alleged irregularities in land transactions in the Outer Ring Road (ORR) project.

Party secretary Bandaru Dattatreya in a press release demanded a judicial inquiry by a sitting High Court judge. Friday's stay by High Court on the implementation of the project has vindicated the allegations of the party, he said. Mr. Dattatreya said Mines and Geology Minister P. Sabita Indra Reddy, who hails from Ranga Reddy district, and the Hyderabad Urban Development Authority (HUDA) Minister, D. Sudhir Reddy, had no replies to their queries on the realignment of the road at several places. The alignment of the road was altered to protect the lands of some VIPs.

In a separate statement, CPI said a party delegation called on relatives of Pesarakayala Sattamma, who allegedly died of shock after losing her two-acre land under the project, at Pedda Amberpet in Hayatnagar.

Plea to YSR: Meanwhile, Kulavivaksha Vyatireka Porata Sangham urged Chief Minister Y.S. Rajasekhara Reddy to return the land auctioned by the HUDA at Kokapet to Dalits who were in its possession for the past several decades.
KVPS wanted the Government to stop victimising Dalits in the name of development. The Government should, instead, acquire the lands owned by the rich for the projects that were being proposed in and around the twin cities. KVPS would organise a round table on Saturday in protest against the forcible acquisition and auction of the lands of Dalits.

Members of political parties as well as the representatives of Dalits and weaker sections' organisations would attend the meeting.
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Old August 20th, 2006, 07:10 PM   #126
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(28) Dilsukhnagar-LB Nagar flyover (2006-2008)
(29) Uppal village-Ramanthapur flyover (2006 -2008)
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(30) Langar Houz Jn Flyover (2006 - 2008)

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Hyderabad: The construction of flyovers at Dilsukhnagar, Uppal Ring Road and Langar Houz junctions will commence in October. Their design, alignment and estimates have been readied and the tenders will be finalised in September.

The Hyderabad Urban Development Authority would construct these flyovers to ease traffic congestion at the junctions. M/s Span Consultants has prepared the designs and estimates for the proposed flyovers at Langar Houz and Dilsukhnagar, whereas the one at Uppal has been designed by M/s STUP Consultants.

The Dilsukhnagar flyover is estimated to cost Rs 55 crore,
the one at Uppal Rs 25 crore and
Langar Houz flyover Rs 11 crore.

In order to avoid land acquisition between Malakpet and Moosarambagh, changes have been made in the alignment of the flyover between Dilsukhnagar and Moosarambagh. Land acquisition for this project would be minimal. The length of this flyover would be 3.5 km with six ramps and two obligatory spans. This flyover would ease traffic congestion at Dilsukhnagar and provide direct access to the National Highway 9. The Huda was supposed to extend the flyover from Moosarambagh junction by about 100 metre towards Malakpet. Now, the authorities have decided to end the flyover at Moosarambagh junction on one side and Kothapet junction on the other in order to minimise land acquisition. The flyover has been linked with the proposed Metro Rail Corridor and it would go parallel to the rail corridor on both sides to provide unhindered access to the road traffic on the congested stretch.

The Uppal flyover is a bidirectional four-lane underpass along the Secunderabad-L B Nagar Ring Road. Extra land is needed for the loops of this flyover near Kendriya Vidyalaya School and police station. Its length is 690 metres and width eight metres. The length of the underpass is 408.5 metres and its width is 18.5 metres.

The 454 m long and 16.5 m wide flyover at Langar Houz will connect Nanal Nagar Chowk and Bapughat. It will have two lanes in each direction with two ramps, an obligatory span.

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Old September 3rd, 2006, 12:30 AM   #127
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Four senior Janashakti leaders arrested

KARIMNAGAR: The CPI(ML) Janashakti group suffered a body blow with the arrest of its Central Committee secretary and four other State Committee leaders of Andhra Pradesh, Maharashtra and Uttar Pradesh from a bus stand in Barabanki district of Uttar Pradesh on Thursday.

The arrested naxalites include Janashakti Central Committee secretary Kura Rajaiah alias Rajanna (59), a native of Boinwada in Vemulawada temple town, State Committee members of Andhra Pradesh Yerramreddy Narasimha Reddy alias Satyam (31) of Devaruppala in Warangal district and Nambhi Narsimhaiah alias Ram Pullaiah (53) of Adoni in Kurnool district.

Maharashtra State Committee secretary Ramakishan Pawar alias Ram (50) of Sakinaka in Mumbai and the district committee secretary of Biznur district of Uttar Pradesh Ashok Kumar Rajputh (50) of Ranipur of Biznur district were also nabbed. Rajanna joined the Janashakti some 30 years ago and was accused by the police of being involved in several cases of murder, extortion, arson and kidnapping. He was also instrumental in supplying arms and ammunition to the erstwhile People's War.

Disclosing this at a news conference here on Saturday, Karimnagar Superintendent of Police Devendra Singh Chauhan said that on credible information about the naxalites organising a meeting in Uttar Pradesh and also to execute pending non-bailable warrants against Kura Rajaiah, the special police party proceeded to Uttar Pradesh. The police nabbed the five naxalites near the Barabanki bus stand.

Arms, ammunition seized : The police also recovered a .32 pistol, one HE 36 hand grenade, 40 electric detonators, an 8 mm rifle, a 9 mm rifle, several cartridges, Rs. 3 lakh in cash, party literature and 36 important documents besides their personal belongings...
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this is a big catch - would it help control naxal menace in the state?
may be, such big fish must be holed up out side AP for security reasons.
hope the state police handle them carefully and extract more info.
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Old September 3rd, 2006, 04:54 AM   #128
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Four senior Janashakti leaders arrested

KARIMNAGAR: The CPI(ML) Janashakti group suffered a body blow with the arrest of its Central Committee secretary and four other State Committee leaders of Andhra Pradesh, Maharashtra and Uttar Pradesh from a bus stand in Barabanki district of Uttar Pradesh on Thursday.

The arrested naxalites include Janashakti Central Committee secretary Kura Rajaiah alias Rajanna (59), a native of Boinwada in Vemulawada temple town, State Committee members of Andhra Pradesh Yerramreddy Narasimha Reddy alias Satyam (31) of Devaruppala in Warangal district and Nambhi Narsimhaiah alias Ram Pullaiah (53) of Adoni in Kurnool district.

Maharashtra State Committee secretary Ramakishan Pawar alias Ram (50) of Sakinaka in Mumbai and the district committee secretary of Biznur district of Uttar Pradesh Ashok Kumar Rajputh (50) of Ranipur of Biznur district were also nabbed. Rajanna joined the Janashakti some 30 years ago and was accused by the police of being involved in several cases of murder, extortion, arson and kidnapping. He was also instrumental in supplying arms and ammunition to the erstwhile People's War.

Disclosing this at a news conference here on Saturday, Karimnagar Superintendent of Police Devendra Singh Chauhan said that on credible information about the naxalites organising a meeting in Uttar Pradesh and also to execute pending non-bailable warrants against Kura Rajaiah, the special police party proceeded to Uttar Pradesh. The police nabbed the five naxalites near the Barabanki bus stand.

Arms, ammunition seized : The police also recovered a .32 pistol, one HE 36 hand grenade, 40 electric detonators, an 8 mm rifle, a 9 mm rifle, several cartridges, Rs. 3 lakh in cash, party literature and 36 important documents besides their personal belongings...
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this is a big catch - would it help control naxal menace in the state?
may be, such big fish must be holed up out side AP for security reasons.
hope the state police handle them carefully and extract more info.



i would def say this is pretty huge.
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Old September 13th, 2006, 04:49 AM   #129
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HYDERABAD: Three months after the expiry of lease on Yatri Nivas, prime property at Secunderabad belonging to Andhra Pradesh Tourism Development Corporation, suspense continues over its renewal.

Steep hike : The property was given on 10-year lease to Amogh Hotels Ltd., on June 11, 1996 and the term ended on June 10 this year.

In view of the steep hike in the value of the property, even as APTDC Board met and felt the renewal of contract clause in the Joint Management Control agreement could not implemented in toto, a petition was filed by a contender in the High Court seeking direction to APTDC for issuing fresh tender notification to enable others to submit their tenders.

Petition dismissed: While the High Court, according to sources, dismissed the petition last Saturday, the Government is yet to decide on the recommendations submitted by the Board for renewal of lease on fresh terms.

The property that was originally given on a monthly rent of Rs. 2 lakhs is now yielding Rs. 3.1 lakhs and is worth much more considering the present market value. The lessee offered a rental of Rs.7.5 lakhs for renewal of lease which the 12-member board in its meeting in May this year declined on the ground that it was not reflective of market price. The present value of Yatri Nivas with an extent of 5,300 sq.yards is estimated to be between Rs. 19,000 to Rs. 50,000 per sq.yard.

Business share : Subsequently, the lessee who developed Yatri Nivas into a prime property, made a request for negotiating the price again. The Board which met again reportedly decided on a rental value of Rs.17 lakhs a month reflective of market price.

Though the renewal clause in JMC mentioned 20 per cent hike in the rent and two per cent business share, the board decided on the new figure based on prevailing market value and sent it to the Government, sources said.

Report sought : The Government had also sought a detailed report from the Board on the lease agreement and it was furnished to it. Meanwhile, pending disposal of petition, the lease was being renewed every month so far. With the court now dismissing the petition, the Government sought the advice of Advocate General on the recommendation of the board, it is learnt.

The Board is awaiting Government's response to their recommendations for further action on lease agreement.
APTDC seems to have gained expertise in making loss making deals.
is this due to lack of accountability or pure politics?

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Old October 1st, 2006, 03:53 AM   #130
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Rail Over Bridge work at Kukatpally to take off in Nov
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HYDERABAD: The long-felt need of IT professionals to have a Railway Over Bridge (ROB) to connect the Hi-Tec City with Kukatpally will soon be fulfilled. The Hyderabad Urban Development Authority (HUDA) has finally initiated the process for constructing ROB, which will take one year for completion.

Last year, HUDA laid a four-lane spinal road, which connected the JNTU junction at Kukatpally with Hi-Tec City junction, via Kukatpally Housing Board (KPHB).

This road has provided relief to the people of Kukatpally and surrounding areas, who otherwise had to take an extended detour via Ameerpet or Chandanagar to go to the Hi-Tec City. But the location of the railway track and the resulted in diversion of traffic via Railway under Bridge was impeding the otherwise free flow of traffic here.

The four-lane ROB to be built at a cost Rs 25 crore will be 910 metres in length and 21.5 metres in width. In addition, there will be two service roads of 280 metre length on both the sides, said Vivek Deshmukh.

Tenders for ROB have already been invited. They will be finalised by the end of October. “The works will commence in the first week of November. It will be completed in 15 months,” he added.

Meanwhile, HUDA has decided to construct two more flyovers at Uppal and Langer Houz to ease traffic congestion. The proposals will be finalized soon, he said.
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Hyd Flyovers (old, new n upcoming )

01. YMCA (Sec’bad) ................ 02. CTO Paradise
03. Begumpet Flyover............... 04. Airport Flyover
05. Masab Tank flyover............. 06. Sanatnagar Flyover
07. Khairatabad Flyover............. 08. Telugu Talli Flyover
09. Basheerbagh Flyover ........... 10. Tarnaka Flyover
11. Marreddypally Flyover ......... 12. RK Puram Flyover
13. Moulali (ECIL X Roads) ........ 14. Narayanaguda
15. Kompalli (Paradise-Medchal).. 16. Dabirpura (old city)
17. Jamai-Osmania (1998-2006)). 18. Hafeezpet (2006)
19. Balkampet (2006) ............... 20. Fathehnagar (2006)
21. Nalgonda crossroads (2006).. 22. Chandrayangutta (2006)
23. Punjagutta (2007) .............. 24. Greenlands (2007)
25. KPHB – HITEC City (2008) .... 26. Fathehnagar (2008)
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#25 is becoming a reality, at last.

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(27) Seetafalmandi (1999-2007)
(28) Dilsukhnagar-LB Nagar flyover (2006-2008)
(29) Uppal village-Ramanthapur flyover (2006 -2008)

(30) Langar Houz Jn Flyover (2006 - 2008)
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31. E Exp Hwy M’patnm – Rajen Nagar 11.5 KM 600 crore (2006-2008)
32. Secbad Bhoiguda- Secbad Clock Tower (via Bus Terminus) (2007-2008)
33. Nacharam Road Mallapur ROB Cherlapally (2006?)

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Old October 4th, 2006, 04:32 AM   #132
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who goes first...

#1: Lanco Hills Township project (1*90 + 12*20 storey) in 100 acres at Lanco Hills near Gachibowli (2007-2009)

#2: APIIC Business District 120 storey iconic tower in 90 acres at Manchirevula (2007-2008)

#3: TSI signature tower(s), ICICI joint venture in 12 acres at Nanakramguda (2007- 2009)

#4: Secunderabad Bus Terminus 28 storey Twin Towers in 10+ acres (2007-2008)

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Old October 4th, 2006, 06:03 AM   #133
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Awesome news everywhere in Hyderabad these days....and ofcourse in India.

We need to do more and plan for the future......i hope after the formation of Greater Hyderabad, a comprehensive plan should be developed by MCH to micro-plan into every small detail. Things like seperate Bus lanes, 2nd & 3rd phase planning of the metro, monrail as a feeder service to metro......etc.

I hope the MCH would also be more aggressive in promoting Greenery around the city.
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Old October 4th, 2006, 06:30 AM   #134
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hey when did they announce 28 storey twin towers near sec'bad bus terminal.
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i think it's been a while now and even Mr. Reddy has laid the foundation stone over there on Dussera i think.
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Secunderabad Bus Terminus

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The State Government has appointed Hyderabad Urban Development Authority as the executing agency for the Rs.250-crore project.

HUDA has invited Expression of Interest-cum-Request for Qualification from bidders of national and international repute for the project. The EOI is to design and build the bus terminus-cum-business centre on some 10 acres of land on Engineering, Procurement and Construction basis.

The authorities are planning to build a super structure with 28.5 lakh sft of carpet area, including 90,000 sft for covered parking area to accommodate at least 1,200 cars and 14,000 two-wheelers. The last date for submission of bids is September 14. The project is to be completed in 24 months.
The business centre will include 500 shops in 28-storey twin towers.
the new bus terminus-cum-business centre will have 65 bus terminals and
a multi-level parking facility to accommodate 1,200 cars and 14,000 two-wheelers.
there is also a proposal to construct a flyover from Bhoiguda to the Clock Tower.
subways will be built connecting the bus terminus with the railway station
there will be a provision to accommodate hawkers in the terminus
there is also a proposal to include the new bus terminus on the MRTS connectivity map

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Is the much publicised Fab City waiting and waiting and waiting for GoI announcement of hardware policy?
Is the Ministry of Finance (Mr P Chidambaram?) holding the Hardware policy?.
Is Mr Maran busy match fixing?
in the mean time...
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Finland-based manufacturer of printed circuit boards (PCBs) Aspocomp said it was investing $100 million to set up a new high density interconnections (HDI) PCB manufacturing plant. The plant, first in the country, will be based in Sriperumbudur. Aspocomp also supplies components to Nokia.
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Anniyan: Guys, Today i had a chance to speak to one of my close friend's uncle who holds a senior position in Intel. He was in the high level team which came to india in 2004 to study the location. He told me that Intel has already reserved the land in Siruseri, and they were interested only in Madras. They were very particular abt that the logistics and they wanted their plant to be located near the city itseems.
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I think 28F Twin Towers at Sec Bus Term. will go first because of the low height & should get fire clearance.
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I think 28F Twin Towers at Sec Bus Term. will go first because of the low height & should get fire clearance.
I would fully agree with you.
also, HUDA has already invited tenders for this project.
and RTC is in dire need of bus bays near and around Secbad stn
and HUDA need not worry about marketing the space - it will sell like a hot cake
and HUDA has gained expertise in project management - they should be able to complete it in time.
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Hey guys.....wht happened to the formation of HMRC?

It was supposed to be up in Sept. itself right!?
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