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Old August 18th, 2006, 10:15 PM   #1
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Trichy Region Projects thread

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Old August 18th, 2006, 10:22 PM   #2
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Atleast in this thread please stick to Trichy only pls do not include tuticorin, tirunelveli etc.

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Old August 18th, 2006, 10:29 PM   #3
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Atleast in this thread please stick to Trichy only pls do not include tuticorin, tirunelveli etc.

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I think we should consider Thanjavur, Karur also in this topic.
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Old August 18th, 2006, 11:26 PM   #4
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A model of Tiruchi airport




The Airports Authority of India (AAI) has taken up major development works at trichy airport

Giving details on the projects, K. Ramalingam, Regional Executive Director of AAI, Southern Region, told The Hindu that construction work was in progress for a new terminal building at Tiruchi airport along with associate services. While the terminal building project was being taken up at a cost of Rs.74 crore, the runway extension work has been completed. Work was also in progress for constructing a new fire station. The AAI has also approved the new apron expansion project and the Rs.44-crore work had been awarded.

http://www.hindu.com/2006/08/19/stor...1910540500.htm
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Old August 18th, 2006, 11:33 PM   #5
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I think we should consider Thanjavur, Karur also in this topic.
Same as posted in Madurai region.

Madurai region thread can represent south TN (When Trinelveli or Tuticorin projects shoots up we can split south TN into further divisions)

Trichy region thread can represent middle eastern TN and

Coimbatore can represent middle western TN.
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Old August 18th, 2006, 11:36 PM   #6
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Is there any official website for the Trichy airport ?
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Old August 19th, 2006, 12:16 AM   #7
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When we are starting threads for specific cities it will be good to focus on that particular city only. Of course sattellite towns or smaller towns located near that city will be a part of the thread. This will make the quality of the thread much better by bringing out more city specific infrastructure issues and projects. For development in all other towns and small cities we have TN economy and infrastructure thread.

@Maduraiselvam-Its important to stick to projects and not make this into a news thread or a human resource thread. There is a thread on education - under infrastructure and economy for such post on universities and any genral discussion in chaibar. I am just saying this because having posts organized brings out the best in the city.

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Old August 19th, 2006, 02:05 PM   #8
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When we are starting threads for specific cities it will be good to focus on that particular city only. Of course sattellite towns or smaller towns located near that city will be a part of the thread. This will make the quality of the thread much better by bringing out more city specific infrastructure issues and projects. For development in all other towns and small cities we have TN economy and infrastructure thread.
@Maduraiselvam-Its important to stick to projects and not make this into a news thread or a human resource thread. There is a thread on education - under infrastructure and economy for such post on universities and any genral discussion in chaibar. I am just saying this because having posts organized brings out the best in the city.
Sorry I had to write this is in public instead of a private message.
In some cases like developing cities like Madurai, Coimbatore and Trichy there arent as much projects that Metros are getting. Then the development of these areas would depend on the development in other sectors, not just buildings and infrastructure related projects. The term PROJECT doesnt mean buildings and bridges, rather it include ecomomical and developmental projects. We definitely know what we are doing, and also know to highlight the best of the city and we are doing it; thanks for you advice. How is that anything other than Chennai project gonna be called as TN development? I think i am one of the bigger contributor for TN infrastructure thread as well. Come out to down south and see how things are working, depend and grow around a major city.
For instance project thread for Trichy and Madurai region thread was successful and forumer contributed a lot and now they realise that they have more to say about their own region. Now it has become two seperate threads and this will happen again for Madurai thread when other bigger cities in south wants to draw its attention. This is how one can project a city in the first hand, enabling it to stand on its own later with better developments.

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Old August 19th, 2006, 03:35 PM   #9
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Sorry I had to write this is in public instead of a private message.
In some cases like developing cities like Madurai, Coimbatore and Trichy there arent as much projects that Metros are getting.____________________

You can include Madurai and Trichy in that category, but in Coimbatore topic, discussion is going only on Coimbatore and not on Pollachi, Mettupalaiyam, Ooty etc etc.,
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Old August 19th, 2006, 04:20 PM   #10
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Ur observation_______________________________________--
Sorry I had to write this is in public instead of a private message.
In some cases like developing cities like Madurai, Coimbatore and Trichy there arent as much projects that Metros are getting.____________________

You can include Madurai and Trichy in that category, but in Coimbatore topic, discussion is going only on Coimbatore and not on Pollachi, Mettupalaiyam, Ooty etc etc.,
My dear, before making any comments read the Coimbatore project thread completely.
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Old August 19th, 2006, 06:35 PM   #11
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Proposal to bring 500 hectares of wasteland under jatropha cultivation

Through District Watershed Development Agency programme to extract bio-diesel

TIRUCHI: The Agriculture Department has proposed to cover 500 hectares of wasteland under jatropha plantation in the district through the District Watershed Development Agency (DWDA) programme.
The objective of the programme is to promote jatropha plantation for the extraction of bio-diesel to reduce foreign exchange through the import of crude oil.
It would also develop the wasteland for agrarian purpose, Joint Director of Agriculture (in-charge) V. Rethinavelu said.
He was speaking at a function to inaugurate the training programme on jatropha cultivation at Ulundankudi village near Manachanallur on Friday.
Explaining the other advantages of jatropha, he said that the organic matter of the soil would get enriched and soil erosion would be checked.
Free from grazing by the livestock, jatropha was also resistant to pest attack.
It would generate employment with job opportunities round the year. It would also protect the environment as it is free from pollutants, particularly sulphur or benzene in the smoke.
Referring to the salient features of bio-diesel, Mr. Rethinavelu said the unused hydrocarbons were very less and there was no residue in the engine and silencer.
Returns from jatropha can be had from the second or third year of planting. As a temporary measure, inter-cropping can be resorted to by raising vegetables, pulses etc., during that period.
The yield from jatropha would last for about three decades, he said.
The officers from Lalgudi Farmers Training Centre, Elangovan, Mariaravi Jeyakumar and former assistant director, M. Jayaraman, who were the resource persons, gave tips on cultivation and harvest techniques. The members of the DWDA and local farmers participated in the programme.

http://www.hindu.com/2006/08/19/stor...1924770300.htm
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Old August 23rd, 2006, 05:47 AM   #12
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NHAI begins four-laning work of trichy-tindivanam

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The National Highways Authority of India (NHAI) has commenced work on four-laning of 204 km Tindivanam-Tiruchi stretch of the National Highway 45 at a cost of Rs. 1,200 under BOT (Build-Operate-Transfer) scheme.

Activities such as land-acquisition, cutting of trees and shifting of service and other utility lines are under way.

The work is being undertaken under three packages:

Tindivanam-Ulundurpet (70.2 km), Ulundurpet-Padalur (92.7 km), and Padalur-Tiruchi (40 km). It will commence shortly.

The total land width of the stretch after acquisition will be 60 metres.

The current land width is 45 metres. The work will take a maximum of three years for completion, according to informed sources.

While the existing two-lane highway will be strengthened, another two-lane will be laid anew.

The first two packages are likely to involve an expenditure of Rs. 450 crore each, and the third entails a cost of Rs. 300 crore.

The third package encompasses construction of two new bridges, across the Cauvery and the Coleroon respectively.

Meanwhile, the four-laning work along the Tiruchi-Madurai stretch of National Highway 45-B is progressing as per the plan of NHAI.

The entire four-lane for a length of 124.7 km is being laid along a new alignment with geographical corrections in two packages:

Tiruchi - Thuvarankurichi (60.9 km), and Thuvarankurichi-Madurai (63.8 km).

The work, warranting duration of 30 months, started during February 2006, and is slated for completion by August 2008.

Four-laning of the 55 km Tiruchi-Thanjavur stretch of National Highway 67 is expected to commence shortly.

The survey has been completed, sources said, confirming that the work on laying a new by-pass road between Thuvakkudi and Jeeyapuram along Mathur, Panjapur, and Ramji Nagar is also on the anvil.

While the four-lane roads will facilitate horizontal growth of the city, the by-pass road is basically meant for movement of trucks and goods carriers, in order to ease traffic congestion in the city, sources added.
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Nice to see that Trichy-Madurai four laning is progressing well. This will be a big relief for the drivers in this curvy road.
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Nice to see that Trichy-Madurai four laning is progressing well. This will be a big relief for the drivers in this curvy road.
I think when traveling from Madurai to Trichy at some smaller towns like Melur, Viralimalai, Manaparai, etc. the roads are very scary. The traffic need to planned by bypassing the towns, instead of going into narrow roads inside the town.

I hope the NH being layed is bypassing these places.
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Old August 23rd, 2006, 07:29 PM   #15
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Web developement companies in Trichy

I saw these webdevelopment companies in Trichy and believe me one is in rural area (Pulivalam)

http://www.iteamtechnologies.com/index.htm
http://www.rajaramsystems.com/contacus.html
http://www.harshainfotech.com/

I am not sure if they belong to same people.But it needs lot of courage to start and I wish them luck...
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I think when traveling from Madurai to Trichy at some smaller towns like Melur, Viralimalai, Manaparai, etc. the roads are very scary. The traffic need to planned by bypassing the towns, instead of going into narrow roads inside the town.

I hope the NH being layed is bypassing these places.
Hi Selvam,
If I remember correctly, bypasses are planned at these places. Anyways, there won't be scope for four laning in many of those towns, I guess. So, naturally four laning will have bypasses as they will aim to avoid traffic hassles.
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The policy will comprehensively cover all sectors of the IT industry

Plans to set up IT parks in Madurai, Tiruchi, Salem and Tirunelveli
Separate policy for IT hardware manufacturing, biotechnology


CHENNAI: Tamil Nadu will soon get new industrial and information technology policies and revive the IT task force, Chief Minister M. Karunanidhi, who also holds the IT portfolio, told the Assembly on Wednesday.

The State Government has decided to formulate the new IT policy with a view to consolidate the gains made so far and propel the industry into a higher growth trajectory. The policy would comprehensively cover all sectors of the IT industry.

A separate policy for IT hardware manufacturing and biotechnology would also be formulated. The IT task force would have representatives of the IT industry and the objective behind constituting it was to identify the infrastructure requirements. Replying to the debate on the demand for grants to the IT Department, the Chief Minister said there were plans to establish information technology parks in Madurai, Tiruchi, Salem and Tirunelveli. The decision to set up IT parks in other cities, he explained, was taken with the objective of spreading the IT revolution that at present was concentrated around Chennai.
According to Mr. Karunanidhi, a second Tidel Park will be set up at Taramani in Chennai. The State Government in association with the Software Technology Parks of India would also establish an IT park in Coimbatore.

The State Government, the Chief Minister said, would provide exemption from the general and central sales tax "without any limit" on the sale of computers manufactured by companies with an investment exceeding Rs.100 crore in the SEZs in Tamil Nadu. This concession would be given for 10 years from the commencement of commercial production. The announcement comes in the wake of the Budget speech in which the Finance Minister said special concessions would be granted to companies setting up computer manufacturing facilities in the State. The incentives are for increasing the use of computers and making them affordable.

The Indian Institute of Information Technology, Design and Manufacturing, a national centre of excellence announced by the Union Human Resource Development Ministry, is to be located in Chennai.

Noting that the first phase of the IT Expressway project, to develop six lane road between Taramani and Siruseri, at a cost of Rs.205 crore was progressing, Mr. Karunanidhi said in the next phase similar work would be initiated over 25 km from Siruseri to Mahabalipuram.

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The policy will comprehensively cover all sectors of the IT industry

Plans to set up IT parks in Madurai, Tiruchi, Salem and Tirunelveli
Separate policy for IT hardware manufacturing, biotechnology

http://www.hindu.com/2006/08/24/stor...2406350400.htm
Hi, may be when you post the same article both in Madurai and Trichy thread the relevant content alone could be cut out and posted.
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3,000-acre multi product SEZ in Perambalur

Chennai , Aug. 23

The Tamil Nadu Industrial Development Corporation (TIDCO) will promote a joint venture company for oil and natural gas exploration, production and distribution, announced the Chief Minister, Mr M. Karunanidhi, in the Assembly on Wednesday.

Replying to the debate on the demand for grants to the industries department, he said that the objective would be to enhance the energy security of the State.

Natural gas resources have been identified in the Cauvery Basin and the Krishna-Godavari Basin, which could be exploited. The new company would set up a Statewide natural gas distribution network. TIDCO would soon identify a private sector partner.

To acquire new land

The Chief Minister also announced plans to acquire over 2,000 acres land near Sriperumbudur and Oragadam (on the Chennai-Bangalore highway) to expand the existing industrial estates. The State Industries Promotion Corporation of Tamil Nadu (SIPCOT) will set up a 250-acre special economic zone (SEZ) at Oragadam for automobile component manufacturers.

Chennai accounts for over 35 per cent of the automobile components manufactured in India. Many of the component manufacturers also cater to the export market. The SEZ would meet the needs of new investors and those planning expansion, he said.

With the industrial development rapid in these areas, a Rs 300-crore plan to upgrade the 24-km stretch of road between Singaperumal Koil and Sriperumbudur and the 20-km road between Vandalur and Wallajahbad would be taken up. These would be developed as 4-lane and in important stretches as 6-lane roads, he said.

Multi-product SEZ

TIDCO would also set up a 3,000-acre multi product SEZ in Perambalur district to attract investments of Rs 5,000 crore. Over 3,000 acres of land has been identified near Perambalur about 250 km south of Chennai. Initially, garment units and light engineering units would be established with 250 acres set aside for each of these sectors.
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200 micro enterprises to be promoted

Under a Science and Technology Entrepreneurship Development project in Tiruchi

TIRUCHI: About 200 micro enterprises would be promoted in the Tiruchi region by the Tiruchi District Tiny and Small Scale Industries Association (TIDITSSIA) in the next four years under a Science and Technology Entrepreneurship Development (STED) project funded by the Department of Science and Technology (DST).
The National Science and Technology Entrepreneurship Development Board of the DST has sanctioned Rs.38 lakh to the TIDITSSIA to identify the projects and prospective entrepreneurs, provide necessary training and guide them right through their ventures. All the projects will be in the manufacturing sector.
The TIDITSSIA had identified six core areas — garment manufacturing, food processing, imitation jewellery (synthetic diamond polishing), finished leather products, business process outsourcing and mechanical products — for promoting the micro enterprises, the TIDITSSIA president, S. Sridharan, said.
The first venture, a garment manufacturing unit floated as a partnership venture by five first generation women entrepreneurs at Karumandapam in Tiruchi, is to go on stream shortly. The unit, with about 50 modern sewing machines, would take up job works for a Karur-based handloom made-up goods manufacturer. A nationalised bank had, in principle, agreed to advance credit, M. Pushpareka, team leader of the project, said.
Twenty other projects and entrepreneurs have been identified in the city under the sector. The projects would come up at Tiruvanaikovil, Palakkarai, Tiruverambur, Woraiyur and Subramaniapuram and were in the final stages of assessment and sanction by various banks, S.Abdul Rasheed, Secretary, TIDITSSIA said.
While garment manufacturing will be exclusive for women, projects in other sectors will be for men. Food processing would be the other sector to be promoted this year and the association had identified the products and was working on finalising the marketing tie-ups, C.Ramaswamy Desai, Project Director, TIDITSSIA-STED, said.

http://www.hindu.com/2006/08/30/stor...3023420100.htm
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