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Old November 22nd, 2006, 12:01 PM   #81
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If there is any trade / industry association in Tuticorin, we can arrange a seminar on Tuticorin through their platform. All the relevant and interested companies / agencies / associations can be invited.
Why not the SPEED 2006, where the CII Madurai Zone also representing the Tuticorin region, ELCOT and other trade and industrial associations of this region would be present. If many private companies and industries show keen interest then surely seminar showcasing Tuticorin and Tirunelveli would be a great success for this region.
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Old November 22nd, 2006, 04:35 PM   #82
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Mr. Shiv Nadar of HCL evinced keen interest during Connect 2006 that he will contribute for the development of Thiruchendhur (his native) / Tuticorin area.

The regional bigwigs (without Political interference) can rope in TNMB (HQ @ Tuticorin) and HCL for development of the area. Adhityan family can also help.

Tuticrin port is the main attraction and Nanguneri SEZ is a boon for this region.

If there is any trade / industry association in Tuticorin, we can arrange a seminar on Tuticorin through their platform. All the relevant and interested companies / agencies / associations can be invited.

A wonderful idea to start with. Almost all chapters are there in Tuticorin like All India Chamber of Commerce, FICCI, CII etc...I am pretty sure that they will be ready to host and make the stage ready for you.
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Severe congestion at Tuticorin port

There is a severe congestion at Tuticorin port. Twenty vessels were waiting outside the port this morning, and ten more expected to arrive in the next three days.

Waiting vessels are carrying cargo such as logs, rock phosphate, wheat, granite and copper concentrate. "This is the first time in the last four-and-a-half years that such a situation has happened in the port," according to Mr N.K. Raghupathy, Chairman, Tuticorin Port Trust.

"We were working ahead of time in the last five years. However, the present situation is putting too much pressure on the port's performance. We are handling more than our capacity," he told Business Line.

Except for coal and oil jetties, the capacity utilisation at all other berths were over 100 per cent, Mr Raghupathy said.

Handling capacity

In the last 21 days of this month, the port handled 12.06 lakh tonnes of cargo compared with 9.35 lakh tonnes last year - around 30 per cent increase. The port is handling around 80,000 tonnes a day compared to the capacity to handle around 55,000 tonnes a day, he said.

"We are growing at a rapid pace, and we need to speed up our development activities at the port," he said.

The port trust procured three high capacity cranes for around Rs 20 crore and issued tender for two wharf cranes. It recently procured a 45-tonne Bollard Pull Tug — M.T. Tuticorin — from Tebma Shipyards Ltd, Mr Raghupathy said.

Ninth berth to be constructed at Tuticorin port at a cost of Rs. 46.6 Crore

The port trust would take up construction of the ninth berth at a cost of Rs 46.6 crore. The Kolkata-based ITD Cementation would construct the berth and the foundation stone for this would be laid on December 10, he said.

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Old November 24th, 2006, 01:21 PM   #84
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Work on the Rs.19-crore super-specialty block and 50 Lakhs maternity ward at Tuticorin hospital would commence this financial year and completed within a year.

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Tuticorin: A new maternity ward will be established on the Tuticorin Medical College and Hospital premises, on an outlay of Rs.50 lakh, according to V.K. Subburaj, State Health Secretary.

The construction would commence this financial year and the facility would start functioning in the next fiscal.

Speaking to The Hindu here on Friday, he said that the present maternity ward with 100 beds was insufficient to cater to the increasing number of in-patients.

The department would distribute quality mattresses and bed linen for all the 600 beds at the hospital.

Work on the proposed Rs.19-crore super-specialty block at the hospital would commence this financial year and completed within a year.

Modern canteens would also be established — one near the hospital and another near the hostel for house surgeons.

On the large number of posts lying vacant at the hospital, and reported to be crippling its effective functioning, he said that steps would be taken to fill the 200-odd vacancies.

He said that instructions had been issued to the Director of Medical Education, Director of Public Health and Director of Medical Services to fill the vacancies at the earliest.
http://www.hindu.com/2006/10/30/stor...3011730100.htm
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Old November 25th, 2006, 01:08 AM   #85
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Railway junction to get a facelift

TIRUNELVELI: The railway junction here, which is expected to be bustling with more activity once the Tirunelveli - Tiruchendur metre gauge conversion activities start from next January, is all set to get a facelift and more infrastructure facilities, the Divisional Railway Manager, Madurai, Hemant Kumar, has said.

After flood entered the Railway Colony here, the residents, largely women, detained the Quilon-Madurai passenger train at the junction for about 15 minutes from 1.05 a.m. on Friday, demanding immediate steps to drain the floodwater.

The protestors gave up their agitation after Railway Police and other railway officials assured them that concrete measures would be initiated to solve this problem.

In this backdrop, Mr. Hemant Kumar, accompanied by a team of officials, visited the Railway Colony and inspected the junction.

During an informal chat with the reporters, he said that steps had been taken to drain the water and permanent measures would be in place soon to avoid flooding in future.

Mr. Kumar said a new administrative building for Tirunelveli Railway Junction would come up at an estimated cost of Rs. 1.02 crore as work on this project would be completed before next September.

Traffic on the Tirunelveli-Tiruchendur meter gauge line would be stopped from December 31 to facilitate gauge conversion work, to be completed within seven months.

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The first platform of the junction would become the main platform once the conversion works were completed and this platform would be extended to accommodate 24 coaches, he said.

To ease traffic congestion around the junction, Mr. Kumar, who had discussions with City Police Commissioner, G. Uma Ganapathi Sastry, said that the road close to the railway parcel office would be widened to ensure free flow of traffic, and a parking bay created for cars, autorickshaws and two-wheelers.

The road now being used by the VIPs to board train at junction could be extended up to Madurai Road, so that traffic management around this busy spot would be easier, Mr. Sastry suggested.


http://www.hindu.com/2006/11/25/stor...2508120300.htm
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Old November 25th, 2006, 03:54 AM   #86
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Panel clears Tuticorin Port Trust project

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The Public-Private Partnership Appraisal Committee has cleared a proposal to convert the eighth berth at Tuticorin port as a second container Terminal on build, operate and transfer (BOT) model.

"The committee cleared the project in its last meeting, but we are yet to receive a formal communication. Once we receive the communication, we will issue a tender for Request for Proposals from bidders," Mr N.K. Raghupathy, Chairman, Tuticorin Port Trust, told Business Line.

Container terminal

The port trust plans to convert its eighth berths into a container terminal at a cost of Rs 150 crore. Five companies, including PSA-Sical, Chettinad Logistics, Larsen & Toubro and Dubai Ports, are in the fray for the project, he said.

The committee, on the lines of the Public Investment Board, consists of members from various government departments and scrutinises major public-private partnership projects before implementation.

For the fiscal ending March 31, 2006, the port handled 3.21 lakh TEUs (twenty foot equivalent units) compared with 3.07 lakh the previous year - a 4.47 per cent growth. The present private container terminal is operated by PSA-Sical on BOT.
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Old November 25th, 2006, 06:19 AM   #87
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World Park Hotels on expansion mode

COIMBATORE: World Park Hotels, an upcoming hospitality management company in South India, is on expansion plans and will shortly come up with the concept of no frills budget class hotels in the sub metro cities of Tamil Nadu and Karnataka targeting corporate customers as well as tourists. Its Managing Director, T. N. C. Vijayasarathy, told The Hindu that the company had planned budget hotels in Tuticorin and Kanyakumari by 2007-end and followed by a heritage concept resort in Thanjavur by mid-2008. It is also finalising deals to manage hotels in Hyderabad and Mysore. The company from the family of LIFCO publishers, Chennai, presently has hotels at Madurai. For details log onto www.worldparkhotels.com and www.hotelroyalpark.in. Running a chain of hotels in the State since 1996, the company has opened a luxury hotel, that is, Royal Park in Rameshwaram.

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Old November 26th, 2006, 12:35 AM   #88
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Deployment of artificial reefs along Tuticorin coast begins

To protect biodiversity and augment fish population

Tuticorin: The Department of Fisheries has commenced the deployment of 400 artificial reefs in the inshore waters along the Tuticorin coastline on Saturday, to protect the biodiversity and augment the fish population in the Gulf of Mannar.
The artificial reefs made of concrete structures that `caricature' the coral reefs were placed at two places, which were identified by the Central Marine Fisheries Research Institute (CMFRI).
"The inshore waters about 10-12 km from Vellapatti village and at about 10 kms from Vembar village, both at a depth of 8.5 metres, were selected as sites for deployment," Collector R Palaniyandi told.
On the choice of sites, H.M. Kasim, Principal Scientist, CMFRI, said "sunrays effectively touch the sea bottom only in the inshore waters, which was essential for the primary production of single cell algae and secondary production of micro organisms, on the reef structures, that subsequently act as source for food and breeding for fish."
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Of the 400 artificial reefs, 130 were classified as well ring modules, 140 as reef fish modules, and the remaining as grouper fish modules. R. Amal Xavier, Assistant Director of Fisheries, said the reefs were constructed by the Tamil Nadu State Apex Fisheries Co-operative Federation Limited on an outlay of Rs.14,52,600 earmarked under the Fisheries Development Mission of the State Government, which aimed at enhancing the marine fish stock through setting up of artificial reefs.
"The entire deployment of reefs would be completed over the next two days and the conditions of the reefs would be periodically monitored by the CMFRI scientists using underwater cameras," he added.
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Dr. Kasim said the reefs deployed would become a full-fledged habitat for fish in 3-6 months, after micro algae and fouling organisms developed on its structures. "The non-migratory fish species such as perches, snappers, serranids, groupers, ornamental fish, octopus and cuttle fish, which live close to the sea bottom, would prefer the reef, which acts an abode for them since lot of natural reef were destructed in the tsunami and owing to indiscriminate fishing," he added.

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I just came to know - Tuticorin Chamber is 100 years now

Tuticorin: The Tuticorin Chamber of Commerce and Industry has turned `100' on Friday.

Established on November 24, 1906, as Tuticorin Chamber under the chairmanship of M. J. Milligan, an European, it was subsequently re-christened in 1967 to obtain its present name.

Started with 12 European members, the Chamber opened its membership to the Indian merchants and companies on the eve of Independence in 1947.

The Chamber at present has 26 members in its fold, which included 10 corporate members like SPIC and Tamilnad Mercantile Bank, eight shipping companies and eight individuals.

"Traditionally, the Chamber was very selective in awarding membership, with focus on high quality of service to the merchant fraternity and hence the list of representatives remained short, without any overcrowding," says P.S. Sundaram, its secretary.

However, the chamber now plans to slightly enlarge the membership repertoire to 50 during the centenary year, after growing pressures from the traders and professionals (i.e., 24 more members to be inducted).

According to Mr. Sundaram, professionals like chartered accountants will be inducted as members.

"Our aim is to use the wisdom of the members to train youngsters on entrepreneurial skills and make them bring more capital to Tuticorin," he says.

On the `vision' of the Chamber, Mr. Sundaram said that it would put pressure on the Centre to augment the facilities at the Tuticorin port on a war footing, for the growth of trade and tourism in the region.

The Chamber is now planning to take up the request for more number of North-bound trains from Tuticorin and pressure the Centre strongly.

"We will ask for frequent shuttle trains to connect Milavittan with Maniyachi, so that the public can have access to all trains coming from Tirunelveli going to Chennai and other destinations in the North, at Maniyachi," Mr Sundaram says.


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PPP appraisal panel gives go-ahead for TPT’s second box terminal

The proposal to convert the eighth berth at Tuticorin Port into a second container terminal on build, operate and transfer (BOT) basis has been approved by the Public-Private Partnership Appraisal Committee, it is learnt.

The Committee, on the lines of the Public Investment Board, consists of members from various government departments, which scrutinise major public-private partnership (PPP) projects before implementation.

Tuticorin Port Trust (TPT), however, has reportedly not yet received a formal communication to this effect. When it does receive the communication, TPT will initiate the process of issuing a tender for Request for Proposals from bidders.

Five companies, including PSA Sical, Chettinad Logistics, Larsen & Toubro and DP World, are reportedly in the fray for the Rs 150-crore second terminal project.

The present private container terminal at the Port is operated by PSA Sical. It registered a throughput of 3.21 lakh TEUs in 2005-06.


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Six major ports to be developed as world-class cruise terminals and promoted as integrated Indian cruise circuit

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The government has identified six major ports, which will be developed as world-class cruise terminals and promoted as integrated Indian cruise circuit. YOU may now enjoy dutyfree shopping at six major ports. The government is considering to provide duty-free shopping facilities at Mumbai, Mormugao, Kochi, New Mangalore, Tuticorin and Chennai. All this to make cruise tourism more attractive. These ports will also be equipped with ATM services, restaurants and foreign exchange counters.
http://epaper.timesofindia.com/Repos...sh-skin-custom
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Shriram EPC with the technology from EcoSecurities is in the process of setting up a 42MW wind-mill project in Tirunelveli

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Two Tamil Nadu companies are in the process of popularising clean development mechanism among small and medium scale industries to reduce industry emissions.

Empee Sugars and Shriram EPC will adopt technology from EcoSecurities, a global company in the business of developing and commercialising carbon credits - certificates issued for reducing emission of greenhouse gases which cause global warming - for their power projects.

EcoSecurities, with 16 different technologies, is one of the world's leading buyer of carbon credits in 26 countries. EcoSecurities buys carbon credits - in the form of points given for adhering to clean emission norms - from firms in developing countries, and then sells it to developed countries that have exceeded the emission restrictions so that the total emission globally remains within permissible limits. It is capable of buying more than 121 million such carbon credit.

'We are in the process of setting up a 42MW wind-mill project in Tirunelveli,' Ram Kumar of Shriram EPC said.

The first phase of the 20MW project is complete and the remaining 22MW is to be completed by March 2007.
'Whatever credits we earn will be passed on to our customers. As a stand alone, windmill projects are not viable, so we have entered into a partnership with EcoSecurities,' Ram Kumar noted.
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Vedanta completes copper smelter capacity expansion in Tuticorin

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Vedanta Resources PLC said it has completed the full commissioning of its Korba aluminium smelter and has increased its Tuticorin copper smelter capacity.

The metals and mining company said the aluminium smelter is expected to reach its full capacity of 245,000 tpa by the end of this financial year.

The company added that the Tuticorin copper smelter has been de-bottlenecked to expand its capacity to 400,000 tpa.

This 100,000 tpa capacity increase has been achieved ahead of schedule, Vedanta added.
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Functional problem delays 4 laning work on NH 7A connecting Tuticorin to NS corridor

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Tuticorin : The tardy execution of four-laning of the National Highway 7A, which connects the Tuticorin Port to north-south corridor of the National Highway Development Project at V.M. Chatram in Tirunelveli, causes concern among the industrial fraternity and technocrats.

Though the National Highways Authority of India began the work on the 47.2 km long NH 7A in March 2004 with a lot of fanfare, the project subsequently was caught in the cobweb of `functional red-tapism' and they failed to finish it before August 2006, the scheduled month of completion.

All that the works the NHAI carried out, so far, were to strengthen the road surface on a few kilometre stretch wherever it was wide. Since the strengthening was done on one-half of the stretch, the other part remains vulnerable to the motorists.

Official sources said that the pace of work did not gain momentum owing to `certain functional problems' and delays in the acquirement of land spread over 47 hectares. "We are now trying to expedite disbursement of compensation to the owners of lands, houses and commercial establishments, which were to be acquired for the widening of the road, so that the entire four laning would be completed before December 31,2007," the sources said.

But technocrats and industrialists have doubt over the NHAI's new claim. "It's hard to believe that they will be able to evacuate 20 temples, 200 edifices, and shift about 50 kilometres of pipeline and about 1,000 electric poles, before four-lane the entire stretch, all within next 12 months."

Raja Sankaralingam, president, SIPCOT Industrialists Association, feels that delays in the road infrastructure projects will have cascading effect on the industrial potential of Tuticorin, as it remains one of the best transportation modes of cargo movement, both inward and outward from the port.

"The speedier execution of road projects will also attract more capital to the town faster," he adds.
http://www.hindu.com/2006/12/03/stor...0302770200.htm
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Sethusamudram Ship Canal Project and Tuticorin port update

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On the Sethusamudram Ship Canal Project, Mr. Baalu said dredging operations on the Palk Straits were progressing well. On December 11, dredging work on the Adams Bridge would begin with special dredging ship owned by the Dredging Corporation of India stationed there. On December 9, work on the Ninth Berth in Tuticorin Port costing Rs. 75 crore will also commence.
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Finance Minister P Chidambaram's special address at 'SPEED 2006'

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He stressed the need to promote the SEZ at Nanguneri, for which the foundation stone was laid five or six years ago.

"We have the Tuticorin Port broad gauge track and four- lane road work is on. We must have a large multi-product SEZ at Nanguneri for developing the southern districts, which can use infrastructure facilities," he said.

Investments are needed for infrastructure development, which should keep pace with economic growth or else productivity would be affected as in the case of Tuticorin port, Chidambaram said.
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It will be great to have this cruise.

My dream is to make small islands closer to Tuticorin (Nala Thani Theevu, Muyal Theevu, etc.) as tourist destinations. If a private company like VGP(hailing from this region), Water world, Athisayam, etc. could install a theme park in these islands and make 'a cruise and theme park' experience for the tourists.
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It will be great to have this cruise.

My dream is to make small islands closer to Tuticorin (Nala Thani Theevu, Muyal Theevu, etc.) as tourist destinations. If a private company like VGP(hailing from this region), Water world, Athisayam, etc. could install a theme park in these islands and make 'a cruise and theme park' experience for the tourists.
Enviro Concerns and Defence issues may not allow this to happen.
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Enviro Concerns and Defence issues may not allow this to happen.
Environmental concern could be address at any level, esp. these places are lying in the normal Maritime zone so there wont be any problem. Actually these islands are deserted and bringing some vegetation will help the Environment.

Defence issue, no way. Its very far from International water body. Except Mullai theevu, which is very south, other islands in Tuticorin will have no problem in the defence issue. The Indian Navy has a very strong control of this region.
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Need for developing Tuticorin Port stressed

Monday December 4 2006 13:16 IST
MADURAI: The Tuticorin Port should be developed in order to promote ‘cruise’ tourism, said Tuticorin Port Trust (TPT) Chairman N K Raghupathy.

Speaking at the CII’s ‘SPEED 2006’ conference on ‘Development of cruise tourism and air connectivity in southern districts of Tamil Nadu’, he said the Tuticorin port, which had ‘‘better facilities than Panama’’, would be able to attract more cruise ships carrying tourists if road links to places of tourist importance like Rameswaram and Kanyakumari were developed.

The port, he said, had all advantages like a clear water harbour and clean berths and was ideally located, providing an ingress to South Tamil Nadu.

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