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Old November 14th, 2006, 11:47 PM   #2261
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Almost 50 yrs after independence, this is the first time that the TN ministers had a say in the things running in delhi. for fifty yrs the central ministers were partial and they supported the North/West India[almost neglecting TN - may due to its then anti Hindi protests]. This is the first time were the Center/State coordination is workin a bit.

Take the plan allocations for the state by center, you can see in the Article by MG,the plan allocations for TN is very less compared to the other states. AP has more per capita plan allocations compared to other southern states...Recently YSR thanked our PM for allocating max funds to AP than other states. CBN had influence on the Center during his regime and brought about great things to AP. Now TN has good relations with the Center and is trying to make most of it.

Well, Maran is just projecting Chennai as a destination and he has got nothing to do with the decisions made by big MNCs.even u might have heard abt Maran fighting with the finance ministry for the SemIndia pjt[that single investment in AP outscores all the investments made in TN]...

to add my point that Maran is not the only factor, take the case of Nokia or Flextronics[or anyother investment for that matter]: only Chennai provides them with talented labour[large pool of ITI/polytechnics], best airpot in India[time to deliver the cargo is the best among the airorts in india]+ one of the best port [actually 2] in india. And not all are flocking to chennai.

CBN, during his regime, made H'bad from zero to hero by bringin in Microsoft, Oracle,etc ..this was really astonishing and accolades poured in from every corner, even from TN.. b'cos he was able to attrct MNCs by showcasing the infrastructure of H'bad.. he had very strong voice in the center and he was able to get more fund allocations compared to other states and invest them to develop world class infrastructure[as far as i know only during the CBN regime the infra of AP improved considerably]..meanwhile TN got very little plan allocations during that corresponding period[not even now - u can even compare the per capita plan allocations made to each state]. All know that though TDP didnt have minister in the then BJP ministry, AP was the largest beneficiary. CBN was able to get the maximum for AP...

While there are many advantages AP is enjoying even now, they are a bit not visible explicitly. whereas only thing every one sees is Maran... incidentally it was Maran's father[late murasoli maran] who wanted SEZ in India.. and now AP has more SEZ than anyother state.


your point: AP got lot of funding during TDP and CBN regime.
reality: that is not true. in irrigation, AP's budget was Rs. 4000 crore and total plan outlay was about 7500 crore in 2002-03. TN got about 6000 crore in plan outlay and the budget was about the same as AP.
considering the proportional sizes of the two states and the respective population, i could even argue AP got less than what it should have. only now, while the Congress is controlling two-thirds of the house is AP getting 15000 crore. MH is getting 12000 crore. not sure about TN's current plan outlay. also, don't forget AP's plan outlay lagged behind significantly during 80s and most of 90s due to political differences between state and centre. that is the reason why, as other states forged ahead, AP stagnated in irrigation and agriculture. whether you look at road density, rail density, or any kind of infrastructure, TN received significant funding from Centre during the past 3 decades, and once again the rise of TDP in AP caused a political rift between centre and state and for the size and population of AP, the funding was woefully inadequate. that is how AP has landed below the national average in infrastructure (road density, highway density, etc etc).

after congress came to power in 2004 in a landslide victory, AP has started receiving so much funding. in fact, finally now the funding that AP is getting is a compensation for what was lost in the previous decades. to set the state on right path agri and irrigation need some real boost (i mean massive boost) and so the funding. even with this funding, AP will def lag behind TN, MH, Haryana, Punjab atleast till 2010-2012 in terms of the overall productive efficiency of the respective sectors.
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Old November 14th, 2006, 11:59 PM   #2262
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http://www.cpasind.com/reports/08-So...Comparison.pdf

Its really good to see TN standing tall, in a recent ranking of states in 'India Today', TN was ranked 4th.

Here the author compares the Maharashtra, Gujarat and TN based on various economic and social indicators before coming to a conclusion...
Heres the final rating and the conclusion:

Ranking of the States:
Finally, in order to see the overall performance of these three better off states of India; we
constructed a simple ranking table based on the various socio economic indicators
considered in the study. Based on the average of the rankings for the various parameters
Maharashtra comes first among the three and Gujarat and Tamil Nadu are fighting for the
second position.

Ranking Table
Indicator Maharashtra Gujarat Tamil Nadu
State GDP 2 1 NA
Gross Industrial Output 2 1 3
Per Cap Income 3 2 1
Profile of Agriculture 1 3 2
Net Area Irrigated 3 1 2
Credit Deposit Ratio 1 3 2
Power Generation 3 1 2
Per Capita Electricity
Consumption 3 1 2
Pop. Below Poverty Line 2 1 3
Crude Birth Rate 1 2 3
Crude Death Rate 2 3 1
Infant Mortality Rate 1 3 2
Life Expectancy at Birth
Male 2 3 1
Female 2 3 1
Literacy Rates 1 3 2
Human Development Index 2 1 3
Cumulative Average Score 1.94 2.00 2.00


Overall ranking :

Maharashtra : 1
Gujarat : 2
TN : 2



Conclusion:
The comparison between the two prosperous states Maharashtra and Gujarat of western
India and the most prosperous state of South, Tamil Nadu concludes with giving
Maharashtra the lead position. An in-depth analysis of the socio-economic indicators
shows that, Maharashtra has the best performance in five out of fifteen indicators
considered above and is ranked at number 2 in most of the indicators while Gujarat is
either the best or the worst performer. Higher plan allocation to Gujarat from the 8th Plan,
and higher Central assistance and loans granted during the NDA government has helped
Gujarat to develop its infrastructure and industry
. On the other hand, Maharashtra has
done well in terms of agricultural production and poverty reduction. Maharashtra has
also done better in increasing literacy levels and other social indicators. The point to be
noted is unlike other two states Maharashtra is at the last position in only a few
indicators, simultaneously the best performer in one third of the indicators and hence,
securing the first rank overall among the three states.
Its good to see that AP's neighbour TN is #2 at the national level on socio economic rankings.
There are many Andhraites settled in TN and many Tamilians in AP.
So, its a reason to feel happy about, for all of us.

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Old November 15th, 2006, 12:09 AM   #2263
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http://dipp.nic.in/fdi_statistics/india_fdi_index.htm - Ministry of Commerce and Industry

http://dipp.nic.in/fdi_statistics/in...i_july2006.pdf

STATEMENT ON REGION-WISE/STATE-WISE BREAK-UP FOR FDI INFLOWS1 RECEIVED (as reported to Regional Offices of RBI)(from January 2000 to July 2006)
Amount of FDI Inflows Ranks RBI’s - Regional Office2 State covered Rupees in crore US$in million %age with
FDI inflows
(in rupee terms)
1.
NEW DELHI
DELHI,
PART OF UP & HARYANA
25,864.25
5,732.7
24.18
2.
MUMBAI
MAHARASHTRA, DADRA & NAGAR HAVELI, DAMAN & DIU
23,718.14
5,239.0
22.16
3.
BANGALORE
KARNATAKA
7,572.32
1,676.6
7.08
4.
CHENNAI
TAMIL NADU & PONDICHERRY
7,128.94 Rupees in crore
1,560.0 US$in million
6.67 %age with FDI inflows (in rupee terms)
5.
HYDERABAD
ANDHRA PRADESH
3,864.87
849.7
3.61
6.
AHMEDABAD
GUJARAT
3,733.33
826.1
3.49
HYD/AP has to do a lot more to catch up with the big Four !
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Old November 15th, 2006, 12:13 AM   #2264
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http://www.business-standard.com/com...Left=0&chkFlg=

Genpact leads ITeS-BPO, followed by WNS, Wipro
BS Reporter / New Delhi November 15, 2006
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Genpact has become the leading ITeS-BPO company with 19,700 employees, according to the just-released Nasscom and Dun & Bradstreet (India) study. It is followed by WNS, Wipro BPO, HCL Technologies BPO Services and ICICI Onesource.

The listing parameters used in the 2006 edition are employee size, verticals serviced and locations of delivery centres. According to Nasscom list Genpact leads the chart with 19,700, while the 2,3,4,5 spot was occupied by WNS (7,500), Wipro BPO (12,900), HCL Technologies BPO Solutions (7,500) and ICICI Onesource Ltd (8,000) respectively. The subsidiaries of large IT services companies constitute 4-5 per cent of the Indian outsourcing market, and are witnessing strong growth. This is apparent from Nasscom's FY06 ranking of the Top 15 ITeS-BPO companies.

While Wipro and HCL continued to remain among the Top 5 companies, TCS made it to the Top 15 list and Infosys climbed three places to seventh position in the 2005-06 ranking, as compared to the previous year. With consolidation and M&A activity taking place in this industry segment, it is likely that we will see some new entrants in the top 15 list in 2007.

The ITeS-BPO segment accounts for 20 per cent of the total IT industry, says Nasscom, and the segment is estimated to have grown by 38.5 per cent y-o-y to reach $7.2 billion in financial year 2006. This segment is estimated to have added around 100,000 employees this year, taking the total employment to 415,000.

In the Indian outsourcing landscape, captive outsourcing organisations account for 65 per cent of the total ITeS-BPO exports from India, while third-party operations make up the remaining 35 per cent. Of this, the top 10 third party players dominate, with a large 30 per cent share of the pie.

The study also indicated that Bangalore was the favourite destination among ITeS and BPO companies for investment with 18 per cent, while Mumbai (17 per cent) was second, followed by Chennai (16 per cent) at the third spot.

The initial list of companies was compiled using Dun & Bradstreet India's internal database, supplemented by secondary sources. Employee size was then selected as the basic criterion for shortlisting companies. In view of the volatile nature of the BPO business, a cut-off of 150 employees was selected to ensure a stable sample size. This resulted in the list being pruned down to over 200.
Hyd may be #5 or or #6 here ...
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Old November 15th, 2006, 12:15 AM   #2265
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BLR/Chennai/Hyd together has to do a lot of catch up to match NCR and Mumbai!!
nearly half of the FDI inflows goes to NCR and Mumbai!
There are so much talk about Southern Metros out growing Northern.
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Old November 15th, 2006, 12:17 AM   #2266
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BLR/Chennai/Hyd together has to do a lot of catch up to match NCR and Mumbai!!
nearly half of the FDI inflows goes to NCR and Mumbai!
There are so much talk about Southern Metros out growing Northern.
If we (BLR/Chennai/Hyd) keep up the same pace, it wouldn't be difficult.
may be, we can do it by 2010.
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Old November 15th, 2006, 12:20 AM   #2267
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R2I - True!

I think its because none of the southern metros do not have supporting tier II or tier II cities.

NCR - Well known story - Delhi -Noida/Gurgaon/Jaipur etc
Mumbai - Navi Mumbai/ Pune

not much can be said of coimbatore,vizag, mysore, mangalore and the success of these cities are yet to be scripted.
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Old November 15th, 2006, 12:31 AM   #2268
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Old November 15th, 2006, 12:38 AM   #2269
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URL: http://www.thehindu.com/2006/11/15/s...1517810300.htm

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Burning streetlights during the day raise YSR's hackles

HYDERABAD: Noticing that streetlights in Banjara Hills were switched on even during daytime on Tuesday, Chief Minister Y.S. Rajasekhara Reddy called the Central Power Distribution Company Limited (CPDCL) chairman Saiprasad over phone and enquired if the timers fixed to regulate the functioning of the lights were not functioning.

Dr. Reddy asked Mr. Saiprasad to take up an inquiry and let him know the finding. The Chief Minister was proceeding to the inaugural function of a children's hospital at around 9.30 am when he noticed the streetlights glowing. He slowed down his vehicle and asked his personal secretary to call Mr. Saiprasad.

Questioning the official whether CPDCL did not coordinate with the Municipal Corporation of Hyderabad in the matter of streetlights, he asked why there should be so much of wastage of power.

Dr. Reddy reminded Mr. Saiprasad that the CPDCL had already distributed 1,980 million units more than last year.
wonder why no citizen from B'hills noticed it and brought it to the notice.
don't they know we have a severe shortage of power ...

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Old November 15th, 2006, 12:42 AM   #2270
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don't understand the point of those stats. if your whole point is that AP gets more funding than TN, then it is totally justified.

coming to tier II cities, B'lore has the biggest advantage in that: mysore, mangalore, etc. it will take quite an initiative from GoAP to develop a good tier II city around hyderabad. but i don't think that's necessary. Hyd's dev will follow a different method. i think it will expand considerably over the next decade or two and border areas like Shamshabad, Madhapur, Uppal will expand in those directions and new townships will form.
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Old November 15th, 2006, 02:08 AM   #2271
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This is my first post. There is lot of information posted here - thanks to all. I will look forward to contributing to this forum regularly whatever I can.

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Old November 15th, 2006, 02:12 AM   #2272
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This is my first post. There is lot of information posted here - thanks to all. I will look forward to contributing to this forum regularly whatever I can.

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Old November 15th, 2006, 02:17 AM   #2273
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This is my first post. There is lot of information posted here - thanks to all. I will look forward to contributing to this forum regularly whatever I can.

Thank you,
Pradeep
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Welcome to the forums, Pradeep.
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Old November 15th, 2006, 02:39 AM   #2274
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Increasing number of golf-based residential developments in India

Just happened to read this article, which talks about the increasing golf-based residential projects in India, including Hyderabad.

http://www.business-standard.com/lif...o=264462&tab=r

I hope this post is in tune with this forum.
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Old November 15th, 2006, 02:54 AM   #2275
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http://www.cyberabadtimes.net/2006/1...d-alliance.asp
Tuesday, November 14, 2006
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SemIndia bets on AMD alliance
SemIndia chairman Vinod K Agarwal is hopeful of taking the relationship with Advanced Micro Devices (AMD) forward once the semiconductor policy is announced.

SemIndia has started phase 1, which is assembly, test, mark and pack (ATMP) project, at Fab City. The company is expecting to start validating the facility for customer qualification and production in 2007.
The company already has a technology transfer agreement with AMD for its semiconductor unit in the proposed Fab City at Hyderabad. Any equity participation commitments from AMD will be determined only after a suitable policy from the central government is out, Agarwal said.

"AMD's marketshare gains showcase the prowess of its technology...We are extremely happy that we have made an excellent selection. Also the process is fine-tuned so we can do a 'copy exact' and avoid any technology risks," he said.

According to him, the largest foundry company in the world, Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Corporation (TSMC), started about 20 years back with a similar kind of partnership as SemIndia has with AMD with Philips.

Today, due to proper incentives from Taiwan in these 20 years and also due to TSMC's excellent execution, its annual revenue is close to $10 billion a year and market capitalisation is close to $50 billion. This demonstrates what is possible in this area, he added.


On the road map for their manufacturing operations in the backdrop of fast advancements in fabs in terms of power and efficiencies, Agarwal said the only way to manage the dynamics was to work very closely with customers. SimIndia's road map is tied to the road map of its potential customers such as AMD and Broadcom, he said.
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Bartronics set to make chips in AP

Bartronics India is planning to set up a chip manufacturing base in Hyderabad at an investment of Rs 160 crore. This would be done in collaboration with Singapore-based Watchdata Technologies, from which Bartronics currently sources these chips from.

The company plans to commence operations of this facility by early 2008. The project would be funded through a mix of debt and equity. "Now that we have tied up with Watchdata Technologies for sourcing and marketing of smart card based products in India and its neighbouring countries, we will look at backward integration. The step forward in this would be manufacturing our own chips," Bartronics managing director and CEO Sudhir Rao told. This would be part of the second phase of expansion, for which it would raise around Rs 225 crore to Rs 250 crore.

The company is also considering setting up an office in Bahrain to cater to the Middle East. This office would focus on the smart cards and RFID markets.
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your point: AP got lot of funding during TDP and CBN regime.
reality: that is not true. in irrigation, AP's budget was Rs. 4000 crore and total plan outlay was about 7500 crore in 2002-03. TN got about 6000 crore in plan outlay and the budget was about the same as AP.
considering the proportional sizes of the two states and the respective population, i could even argue AP got less than what it should have. only now, while the Congress is controlling two-thirds of the house is AP getting 15000 crore. MH is getting 12000 crore. not sure about TN's current plan outlay. also, don't forget AP's plan outlay lagged behind significantly during 80s and most of 90s due to political differences between state and centre. that is the reason why, as other states forged ahead, AP stagnated in irrigation and agriculture. whether you look at road density, rail density, or any kind of infrastructure, TN received significant funding from Centre during the past 3 decades, and once again the rise of TDP in AP caused a political rift between centre and state and for the size and population of AP, the funding was woefully inadequate. that is how AP has landed below the national average in infrastructure (road density, highway density, etc etc).

after congress came to power in 2004 in a landslide victory, AP has started receiving so much funding. in fact, finally now the funding that AP is getting is a compensation for what was lost in the previous decades. to set the state on right path agri and irrigation need some real boost (i mean massive boost) and so the funding. even with this funding, AP will def lag behind TN, MH, Haryana, Punjab atleast till 2010-2012 in terms of the overall productive efficiency of the respective sectors.
Please see the link below for the details:
http://planningcommission.nic.in/pla...7/andh02_7.pdf - APs allocations by the planning commisson
http://planningcommission.nic.in/pla...2-07/tn2_7.pdf - TNs allocations.

Also http://www.cpasind.com [Name of the article : 'First and Last in south'].

Leave alone the entire allocations, just compare the per capita allocations of AP and TN which wd give you the exact picture.

Also check this first post in the link:
http://skyscrapercity.com/showthread...351803&page=24.

According that post, allocations will be more for less economically developed and more populous state. In that case TN wd have received less amt for the past 2-3 decades.
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This is my first post. There is lot of information posted here - thanks to all. I will look forward to contributing to this forum regularly whatever I can.

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Old November 15th, 2006, 10:47 AM   #2279
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HYDERABAD: Have you ever-tried a walk on the stretch from SR Nagar to Panjagutta? If not just try it out. It would a nightmare. In fact, this is the similar case with many major roads in the city where walking is just impossible and the pedestrians are facing untold difficulties.
Thanx to upcoming mall and multiplex (ADLABS) at Ameerpet . This stretch is gonna be a real hell for motorists as well as pedestrians.

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The city roads are no longer safer to the pedestrians. Several main roads do not have foot-paths at all. Albeit they exist on some roads they are invisible as they are seen as a safe heaven for encroachers. As a result, a stroll on the city roads means a passport to hell.
I guess foot-paths are built just to give sleek look to the roads. Most of the foot-paths are not continous. If we try to walk on them, we always end up hitting a tree, electricity pole, transformer or encroachers, ultimately forcing them to jump onto the road.
albeit these interrupts, still if someone wants to use them, the height to which foot-paths are raised poses a problem. It's really strenous to 'jump' onto and off the foot-path.

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Most of the foot-over-bridges constructed in recent past remained as monumental pieces. As pedestrians need to climb almost double the steps in foot-over-bridges when compared to sub-ways, practically no one prefers them. “We can not avoid people crossing roads in busy junctions with out constructing a large number of sub-ways in the city,” he added.
dont know about FOB's, but here at dilsukh nagar, it's a big hit. The reason for its success might be the big granite median and flow of traffic which forces them to use FOB.
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The FOB at Secundrabad Rlwy Station is also quite popular, from what I've seen. I don't undestand why people seem to think theyre not doing their job.

Similarly, the HPS FOB seems to be quite successful, but its not as highly-trafficked as the other 2 FOBs.

They need a few FOBs in Hitec-City, FTR. They can start by building them near the Cyber Towers (and BTW the Hitec-City main road is desperately lacking in sidewalks. Building them will require a lot of demolition due to the shops).

As for all those transformers, why can't they bury them under Hyd's sidewalks? If there's a heat issue, they can build them on elevated pillars, 8ft up in the air.

As for the tree issue...

The problem is not the trees themselves, but rather, where they are placed. They are usually placed in the middle of the sidewalk as opposed to the traffic side. Planting trees on the traffic side of a sidewalk is good from a pedestrian psychology point of view since it adds to an overall perception of security from getting run over by traffic.

The height problem can be remedied by cutting in small steps at crosswalks. The current height is needed since low sidewalks are most likely going to be used as parking lots.
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