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Old February 5th, 2012, 04:39 AM   #101
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Chief Minister, Oommen Chandy has called for promoting ‘coir tourism,’ which will in turn be beneficial to the sector as a whole.

Inaugurating the Coir Kerala 2012, the international coir festival here on Saturday, Mr.Chandy said that the tourists should be attracted to the State using the facilities of the coir industry and also arrangements should be made for them to watch the process of producing coir.

The Chief Minister said coir sector, which employes 3.25 lakh people in the State, is a priority sector for the Government. Referring to the shortage of coconut husk as one of the difficulties faced by the State coir industry, he said that it was shameful that the State, which is the land of coconuts, was not able to procure the raw materials. “This is a challenge for us. We will utilize the services of various voluntary and self-help groups including the Kudumbashree for procuring the coconut husk,” he said.

He promised to take up with the Finance Minister the issue of disbursing special benefits to nearly 16,000 coir workers who had retired between 1989 and 2006.

Coir factory for Alappuzha, coir villages announced

Earlier, presiding over the meeting, Minister for Coir, Adoor Prakash announced that coir villages will be set up in Munabham and Palluruthy in Ernakulam district and the Detailed Project Report (DPR) for the same was being prepared. He announced that a coir factory embracing the modern technology will be set up in Alappuzha at a cost of Rs 24 crore. This factory will have a capacity to produce 600 kg of coir using automatic spin machine. He said that shortage of coconut husk, low wages, marketing issues were some of the problems facing the coir industry.

He said that recommendations of increasing incentives in the coir sector were submitted to the Centre. The minimum daily wages was increased from 200 to 285, he said. Union Minister of State for Power, K.C. Venugopal inaugurated the national pavilion. G. Sudhakaran, MLA delivered the key note address.

Earlier, a colourful procession was taken out in the town in connection with the Coir fest. The international fair which begins on Saturday will be open to public till February 7, while a parallel national fair to exhibit and sell coir products will be on till February 9.

A series of seminars and cultural programmes in the evening are also scheduled on the fest days.
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ALAPPUZHA/NEW DELHI: Coir exports are likely to grow by 24 per cent to Rs 1,000 crore in the current fiscal on growing demand from new markets like Russia and Latin America, Kerala's Minister for Coir Adoor Prakash said today.

Meanwhile, the Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises (MSME) Ministry has set a target to double coir exports to Rs 1,600 crore in the next five years. The strategy to double exports from around Rs 800 crore in the last financial year is a part of the ministry's recommendations to the Planning Commission for the 12th Five-Year Plan (2012-17).

"We expect coir exports to touch Rs 1,000 crore in this fiscal owing to increasing demand from new markets like Russia, Africa and Latin America," Prakash told reporters on the sidelines of 'Coir Kerala International Trade Fair' in Alappuzha.

Exports have grown at a healthy rate of over 20 per cent in the last nine months of this fiscal, Prakash said. He, however, added that there is a demand slowdown in major markets like the US and Europe due to fragile economic recovery there. The US and Europe account for about 72 per cent of the country's total coir exports.

The MSME Ministry's plan to double exports include developing unique items like coir jackets, coir umbrellas, coir hats, coir jewellery and popularise them with an "eco-friendly" image. Products made out of coir at present include mats, carpets, matting tiles, yarn, bags and decorative items.

"The Ministry of Environment and Forests is actively considering a proposal for granting eco-mark for coir and coir products. This will enhance the potential for marketing these items within the country and abroad," an MSME ministry official said.

The MSME Ministry has also sought a Budget allocation of Rs 870 crore for promoting the industry. The coir industry is facing problems like low productivity, scarcity of raw material and poor technology.
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ALAPPUZHA: The active participation of foreign buyers, especially from South Africa, in Coir Kerala--2012 is bringing new hopes for exporters and lakhs of common people who depend on this vanishing traditional industry.

Haroon Rajah, a large-scale importer from South Africa, told TOI that he was impressed with the variety and quality of the coir products in Kerala. "It is the first time I am here. I am extremely impressed with the quality and variety. I plan to import products worth $100,000 from Kerala. My company, HR Trading Company, has been distributing home products in South Africa since 1991."

"Our company was not aware of Kerala's coir products till we attended an exhibition on coir products held in South Africa last year. We were importing coir goods from Dubai, China, Thailand and Turkey. Last year I met Kerala's coir minister Adoor Prakash as part of an exhibition in South Africa, and he told me about Kerala's coir products. He also invited me here. The quality and style of the products here are incredible. So from now on, I will import coir products from Kerala," he says.

According to Rajah, people in South Africa, like Europeans and Americans, are these days decorating their homes with coir products. He says people from all walks of life in his country use coir products.

Ralph Langhammer, MD of Dubai-based Island View Distributors, which markets home products in the US, European countries and South Africa, said he planned to import coir products worth $1 million from Kerala.

Romulo N Arancon Jr, executive director, Asian and Pacific Coconut Community said Kerala's coir products had a lot of potential in international market. "When we hear the word 'coir', the first place that comes to our mind is Kerala. So people and government agencies should try to fully tap the potential of the coir industry," he says.

Coir minister Adoor Prakash said the response from international buyers was awesome. "We have held a lot of campaigns in foreign countries, and our efforts are beginning to bear fruit," he said.

Coir Kerala is a six-day international marketing exhibition to promote coir industry. It's being attended by buyers from 32 countries. Forty two coir exporters and three public sector undertakings have set up stalls here. The event will conclude on February 9.
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Rs 100 cr worth of deals inked at Coir Kerala

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ALAPPUZHA: It's been over a century since Lord Curzon exclaimed, "Venice of the East" on his visit to this port city in Kerala in the first decade of the 20 thcentury, wowed by the canals, backwaters, beaches and lagoons, and in no small measure by the ships that came calling from around the world for its stunning range of coir products. Since then, the Venice comparison has waxed and waned as the Alleppey of Curzon's days had a change in name to Alappuzha, its port status all but vanished, and the district is in the news each monsoon season for malaria and water-borne diseases.

The historic port town, however, refuses to be undone by a proliferation of mosquitoes or the listless growth of recent decades, and is hoping to a return to its glory days, beginning with what it has always been good at: Coir.

It may appear a throwback to the early 1900s in Alappuzha this week as coir enthusiasts and experts from around the world confer here, from countries as distant as French Polynesia, the Netherlands, Qatar and South Africa, discussing the latest innovations and product offerings in coir products, brought together by the state government's department for coir development. On Monday alone, business deals worth Rs 100 crore were signed.

Coir exports from the country are still short of the Rs 1,000-crore mark, but Kerala's coir minister Adoor Prakash is optimistic that the industry is on the verge of resurgence. "The coir meet here has attracted buyers from 32 countries, which underlines the potential that the state still has in the coir sector, and the global shift towards eco-friendly consumer and industrial products is a major window of opportunity for coir", says Prakash.

"Alappuzha is the Vatican of coir", says Kerala minister for labour, Shibu Baby John, who wants Kerala to stop debating past mistakes, and make a move forward. That would need coir products to be able to compete with their synthetic competitors. "We are trying to make them price competitive through productivity raise", says Rani George, special secretary, department of coir.

Kerala's director for coir development, K Madanan feels the Rs 817 crore export figure for coir does not convey the whole import of the sector from a socio-economic point. "The sector employs some 3.5 lakh people, which is of crucial social significance for this region. Product diversification and product quality are the two aspects that will define the prospects of the sector in the coming days", says he.

Coir has found its way from doormats to wall paneling and interior decoration and from garden pots to geotextiles, but a major window of opportunity is the packaging industry, feels NC Saha, director of the Indian Institute of Packaging. Saha says the fact that India's packaging industry accounts for only $14 billion out of the global industry size of $525 billion, and the fact that eco-friendliness is of great appeal in packaging, holds strong promise for the coir sector.

Some 50km north of here, Kerala's commercial capital Kochi is getting ready to hold a three-month long contemporary art exhibition modeled on the lines of the Biennale in Venice, while Alappuzha is banking on the coir sector for its revival. It is more than mere coincidence that the houseboats that have redefined tourism here, sport coir all over its body: Enough to make Lord Curzon be reminded of the Venice similarity were he to visit again.
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Minister proposes setting up coir city in Alappuzha

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The Union Minister of State for Power, Mr K.C. Venugopal, today proposed the setting up of a coir city in Alappuzha in order to give greater visibility and new markets to the high quality golden fibres produced in Kerala.

Speaking at the inauguration of the international seminar in connection with the Coir Kerala 2012 international trade fair, he said as the epicentre of coir production Alappuzha is well placed to host such a Coir City. Production techniques used in the coir sector range from the very traditional to the cutting-edge.

Both the State and the central governments are committed to ensuring that the benefits of scientific and technological developments in this field reach coir workers and enable modernisation of the industry. More needs to be done to address the challenges faced by the Kerala's coir industry, particularly the relocation of factories to other states, he said.

Mr Thomas Isaac, MLA, who delivered the keynote address, said the problem of husk shortfall can be resolved by bringing the procurement process under the employment guarantee scheme. Former Coir Board Chairman, Shri V.S.Vijayaraghavan, also spoke on the occasion, while Ms Rani George, Special Secretary, Department of Coir, delivered the welcome address.

A host of coir industry experts presented papers on various current and relevant subjects. Mr Romulo N. Arancon Jr, Executive Director of the Jakarta-based Asian & Pacific Coconut Community, spoke on the possibilities of marketing Coir Products in Asia and the Pacific.
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ALAPPUZHA: For over 150 years, the farmers of Kuttanad have toiled hard in the paddy fields that lie nearly two metres below sea level. And now, after a prolonged wait, their efforts are being acknowledged. That too in a big way!� �
The United Nations Food and Agriculutral Organisation (FAO)has recognised the region as a Global Agricultural Heritage Zone. In an official letter to the M S Swaminathan Research Foundation (MSSRF) chairman and agricultural expert M S Swaminathan, the organisation has informed that the ‘Kuttanad Below Sea Level Farming System’ (KBSFS), is unique in the world.
Kuttanad is the second heritage zone in the country to get this recognition from the FAO. Earlier, the tribal farming method in Koraput, Odisha, was recognised by the FAO as a Global Agricultural Heritage Zone last year.
“The MSSRF has submitted the project to the FAO with the help of the Kottayam Natural Society and the State Government. At the initial stage, the FAO has sanctioned an amount of $30,000, apart from issuing a certificate. The certification will now help the farmers and the state to continue this age-old technology to ensure food-safety for the country,” Swaminathan said.
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KUTTANAD: The Rs 1,840-crore proposal submitted by renowned agricultural scientist M S Swaminathan to mitigate Kuttanad's water logging problem, that has submerged thousands of hectares of paddy fields, is yet to take off.

The Swaminathan Foundation study recommended four key measures, including widening of the clogged Alappuzha-Changanassery canal, introducing more shutters to Thanneermukkom bund, renovating Thottappally spillway and removing man-made obstacles preventing the natural flow of Pamba river.

A TOI probe into the four projects shows that they remain pipedreams till date. The state is yet to prepare the mandatory detailed project report (DPR) for implementation of these projects. The whole package has been almost rendered ineffective due to lack of dynamic leadership and a central coordinating agency to implement it.

Swaminathan is as frustrated as the average Kuttanadan farmer who expected the package to be a panacea for all his worries. "The state government should immediately appoint a chief executive officer or a mission director for executing the projects in a mission mode," Swaminathan told ToI.

This was brought to the attention of chief minister Oommen Chandy after a review meeting of the package held November last. "The state has not responded to this issue till date," he said.

"There should be a coordinating authority to implement the project since there are many aspects of the package that has to be looked into. Also, the CEO should act as a chief coordinator for all projects handled by irrigation, water resources, agriculture and tourism department," Swaminathan said.

The Rs 160-crore Thanneermukkom project has been delayed as the irrigation department is yet to prepare a detailed project report. The department has not even bothered to consider a study done by IIT-Chennai suggesting modernisation measures.

There is similar apathy at the Rs 18-crore Thottappally spillway project. And in the case of Alappuzha-Changanassery canal widening project, the department completed an initial survey and demarcation process. But the interim report is yet to be prepared.

"Around 197 encroachments have to be removed along the canal. We are coordinating with the revenue department on this issue," said a senior official with the irrigation department.
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'Coir Kerala 2012' Scores Unprecedented Success

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Alappuzha: The International Expo 'Coir Kerala 2012', which commenced here on February 4, has been garnering an overwhelming response from prospective investors in the national and international scene and from domestic customers. The presence of public companies like Coir Corporation, Coirfed, Home Mattings, Coir Board, as well as various other private firms has ensured the participation of representatives from multinational companies at the Expo. The first three days of the event were dedicated exclusively for international seminars presented by eminent personalities in the field to educate interested investors about the emerging and as yet unexplored opportunities in the field.

"Coir is well placed to take advantage of the global trend towards green living," said renowned architect G Shankar, in the concluding session held on February 7, which focused on the use of coir and coir products in interior decoration

"At the application level, coir makes for an exceptionally strong and durable walling material. Tests on the compressive strength of coir plinth blocks have shown that they are stronger than regular burnt clay bricks. Coir and cement composites can be used as an ideal substitute for leaky reinforced roofs and dangerous asbestos sheets that have become a problem worldwide. Rendering done using a mix of coir and mud can considerably reduce the problem of cracking."

G Shankar also opined about the paths the industry should explore in popularising coir products across the world.
"At the industry level, attempts should be made to package coir aesthetically so that it appeals to a wider base of customers," he said. "Efforts should also be made to upgrade scientific knowledge and address the existing concern about the use of coir such as, threat of fire, dampening and termite attacks."

The international seminars, along with the presence of various stalls at the pavilion, attracted representatives of multinational companies from all around the world.

This session concluded the international seminars at Coir Kerala 2012. National seminars held on February 7 and 8.

The exhibition was opened to the public on February 6 and the response has been in thousands.

Beach umbrellas made from coir and cotton had a strong demand among foreign visitors. Carpets and mats made using coir products and colored using dyes derived from various herbal plants and roots capable of bringing relief to chronic ailments like 'vaatham' has been another major highlight at the exhibition. Bags, jackets and various other products for interior decoration were some of the other items on display at the exhibition.

The event concludes on February 9, 2012.
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ALAPPUZHA: The second phase of the outer bund construction in Kuttanad will begin on Saturday. Water resources minister P J Joseph will inaugurate the construction of the 65-km-long outer bund worth Rs 118 crore at a function to be held at Kavalam in Kuttanad at 5pm. Kuttanad MLA Thomas Chandy will preside over the function.

Kuttanad package project director-in-charge R Rajendran said that the 3,238-km-long outer bund would be constructed under the Rs 1,840-crore Kuttanad package and the total cost for the work would be about Rs 3,058 crore.

"The Centre has allotted 75 per cent of the total amount and the rest will be contributed by the state government," he said.

"In the first phase, we constructed a 4-km-long outer bund with Rs 15 crore. It was on September 4, 2010, that the first phase of the project was launched by former chief minister V S Achuthanandan. However, the work got delayed for a long period owing to technical problems. About Rs 118 crore will be spent on the second phase. Tenders have already been allotted for these works. Of the 3,238-km-long outer bund, concrete piles and slabs will be used for constructing the 193-km-long outer bund," Rajendran said.

Kodikkunnil Suresh MP will be the chief guest at the inaugural function. R Rajendran, district panchayat president U Pratibha Hari, district panchayat member Jacob Abraham, major irrigation wing chief engineer R Anil Kumar, Veliyanadu block panchayat president V K Venugopal and Champakkulam block panchayat president Ramani S Bhanu will speak on the occasion.
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Wow..thats a great picture. Proably one of the best city picture of Alleppy that I have seen. There is immense scope for Aleppy city development and beautification. Hope we will see a much changed face of Alleppy city in the coming future without damaging the natural beauty and uniqueness of this lovely place.

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thanks for the comment.....there are many pending projects resting on papers....we are looking forward to Emerging Kerala Meet this year....
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Work on the first IT building at Infopark, Cherthala, one of the three spokes of Infopark, Kochi, has been completed.

Already three companies have set up shop in the first IT building, occupying a total of 5,000 sq ft. Claysys Technologies, based at Infopark, Kochi, has opened its development centre, while Betrons Info Systems Ltd and Webna Web Solutions Pvt Ltd., both BPO companies, have set up shop. Two major IT companies recently evinced interest in the Park and visited and evaluated the potential of the park, sources said.

The completed IT building will accommodate 2,500 employees. The building has warm shell space and plug-and-play facilities. Other facilities include a conference hall, bank, ATM, cafeteria, etc.

The Cherthala Infopark is being planned on 66 acres in Pallipuram village. Sixty acres has been demarcated as Special Economic Zone.

The park had applied for a loan of Rs. 4 crore from the Ministry of Women and Child Development for the construction of a women's hostel with a day-care centre at the park. However, since the loan was not forthcoming, the park will soon begin the construction of the hostel utilising its own funds, sources said. The women's hostel, with 171 rooms, when completed can accommodate 300 women.

The advantage of the Cherthala Infopark is its proximity to Kochi, Kottayam and Alappuzha towns. The educated talent pool in and around Cherthala adds to the strength. The companies

That have set up shop at Infopark have employed some of the local people. Also, 500 to 600 employees of Infopark, Kochi, hail from Cherthala, Alappuzha and Mararikulam and a majority of them would prefer to relocate to places near their home.

The low rate per sq ft of space at Infopark, Cherthala, vis-a-vis Infopark, Kochi, is another plus point.
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