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Old January 13th, 2010, 09:36 PM   #81
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Footwear park in Malapuram

Footwear park: Kinfra to invest Rs 17.5 crore
http://www.metrovaartha.com/2009/10/...ware-park.html
The Kerala Industrial Infrastructure Development Corporation (Kinfra) will invest Rs 17.5 crore, excluding the cost of the land, in the proposed footwear park in Malappuram.

The park will have, besides developed plots, all basic infrastructure such as power and water supply systems, communication facilities, common facility centre and effluent treatment plant. It will also have a modern facility for testing of all raw materials used for footwear and footwear components, especially textile and plastic materials.

According to Kinfra officials, the thrust areas will be non-leather gents and ladies footwear, children’s footwear, footwear components manufacture, sports footwear and safety footwear.

The area to be allocated for setting up the units will be 90 acres out of the total 120 acres being identified for the park. The balance 30 acres will be kept aside for establishing common facilities. The park is expected to provide direct employment to 3,250 people and indirect employment to another 6,500 people.

The official said that apart from the footwear park, Kinfra had a host of other new projects in the pipeline. These include a mega food park in Wayanad, spices park in Idukki, industrial park in Kannur, rubber park at Ranni, advanced technology parks in Thrissur and Kozhikode, non-conventional energy park in Palakkad, marine park at Beypore in Kozhikode and an electronics park in Kasargod.

Besides, some of the ongoing projects of Kinfra include agro food business incubation centre at Kakkancherry in Malappuram, integrated textile park in Palakkad, textiles park in Kannur and a Special Economic Zone (SEZ) for food processing industries in Malappuram.

NEW PROJECTS of Kinfra
Mega Food Park, Waynad
Spices Park, Idukki
Industrial Park, Mattannur, Kannur
Industrial Park, Kollam
Rubber Park, Ranni
Integrated Infrastructure Developoment Centre, Kidangoor
Advanced Technology Park, Thrissur & Kozhikode
Kera Park, Kodakara, Thrissur District
Non-Conventional Energy Park, Palakkad
Marine Park, Beypore, Kozhikode
Kinfra Food Processing Park, Konni, Pathanamthitta
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Old February 23rd, 2010, 06:13 PM   #82
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Ponnani port master-plan approved

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The master-plan, submitted by the consultant for the development of Ponnani port has been approved by the technical committee appointed by the Kerala Government.
The committee evaluated the plan, prepared by the Chennai-based Malabar Ports Private Ltd., at a recent meeting and has sent its report to the Government for final approval that will pave the way for the floating of a global tender for identifying the private partner for developing the port.

PPP, BOT model
The project, which is proposed to be developed in three phases at a total outlay of around Rs 2,000 crore, will be implemented through public-private participation (PPP) and on build-operate-transfer (BOT) basis. The first phase, slated to be completed within three years after the commencement of the work, is estimated to cost Rs 763 crore.
The technical committee, headed by the Calicut Port Officer, Capt Hari A. Warrier, has recommended that a model study be undertaken, before the commencement of the construction work, on the extent of siltation and sedimentation in the existing port as also after the development of the major port.

Tourism
The committee has also referred to the tourism project planned on the northern side of the existing port and recommended discussions with the Tourism Department on issues such as land acquisition for the project before taking up the development of the port.
According to the plan, the new port will have both rail and road connectivity for the movement of cargo to hinterland destinations. The rail connectivity over a distance of 13 km, which will require acquisition of nearly 100 acres of land, is estimated to cost Rs 101 crore.

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Angadipuram-Malapuram-Kozhikode rail line

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Tender has been called for Tanur-Guruvayur line.

The survey report of Nilambur-Bathery-Nanjangud (Mysore) rail line (236 kms) has been submitted to Railway Board and sent for appraisal of Planning commission.

The survey report of Angadipuram-Malappuram-Kozhikode line (77 kms) has also been submitted to Railway Board.

Hope Mr.E.Ahmed sahib takes genuine interest?????

MP’s plea

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Staff Reporter writes from Malappuram: P.V. Abdul Wahab, MP, has appealed to Union Minister of State for Railways E. Ahamed to develop railway services on the Shoranur-Nilambur route.

In a memorandum to the Minister, Mr. Wahab pressed for the regularisation of the Nilambur-Ernakulam passenger train and introduction of a direct train from Nilambur to Thiruvananthapuram.

Currently, the Railway runs a special train (0673 and 0674) between Nilambur and Shoranur. This train proceeds to Ernakulam as a regular service (649).

Pointing out the huge popularity of this service, Mr. Wahab requested the Minister to regularise the train as Nilambur-Ernakulam Passenger.

According to Mr. Wahab, 12,000 passengers travel daily on the five pairs of trains on the Nilambur route. An average 6,000 passengers board at Nilambur and Angadipuram alone. The block stations of Nilambur Road and Angadipuram have been upgraded to D category stations based on commercial earnings from the five passenger trains.

Mr. Wahab said a late evening passenger train from Nilambur and a direct express train to Thiruvananthapuram would go a long way to help the people of Malappuram and Wayanad in Kerala and Nilgiri in Tamil Nadu. At present, Nilambur is the only broad-gauge section in Kerala without a direct train to the State capital.

Although the Railway started two unreserved ticketing system counters at Nilambur, the passenger reservation system sanctioned for Nilambur was yet to be functional. A separate third counter should be sanctioned exclusively for it.

New platform

Mr. Wahab requested construction of a high-level platform on the western side of Nilambur Road station. “A new platform adjacent to the main road opposite to the existing station building is a necessity as passengers cannot reach the station when the level crossing gate is closed,” he said.

Another demand Mr. Wahab made was introduction of crossing facilities at the Kulukkallur and Melattur stations and upgrade of Melattur to a block station. “Palakkad division has already recommended crossing facilities at Kulukkallur and Melattur,” he said.

He said the track renewal work of Nilambur line started way back in 2003 was yet to be completed. He demanded that the work be completed soon to enable a uniform section speed of 75 kmph for passenger trains. Frequent overhead communication and block instrument failures used to badly affect traffic on the Nilambur route. Mr. Wahab demanded that the work on the sanctioned optical fire cable (OFC) be entrusted to Rail Tel Corporation and multi-aspect colour light signal work be expedited.

Mr. Wahab reminded his party colleague of the importance of the proposed Nilambur-Sulthan Bathery-Nanjangud rail line and Angadipuram-Kozhikode line linking Malappuram and Karipur. “Although a survey was completed, these projects were not sanctioned owing to lack of political will. Realisation of these projects will change the face of Malappuram and Wayanad,” he said.

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Kidney Dialysis Center (KDC), Malapuram

Kidney Dialysis Center Project

KKMA LAUNCHED THIRD CHARITABLE KIDNEY DIALYSIS CENTER IN KERALA


Kuwait: Kuwait Kerala Muslim Association (KKMA), the leading social welfare organization of Indian nationals in Kuwait has opened its third charitable KKMA Kidney Dialysis Center (KDC) in Malappuram of Kerala State.
The KKMA Kidney Center, a joint venture between Kuwait based social welfare organization of Indian nationals and Shamsul Ulama Nadakkavil Hospital (SUMH) in Kerala was inaugurated on Wednesday, April 9th 2008 by Mr. Khalid Sulaiman Al Omar, Chief Operations Officer (COO) of Zain Telecommunications, Kuwait.

The inaugural function held at SUMH was inaugurated by K.T. Jaleel, member of legislative assembly. K.P.A. Majeed, general secretary of IUML Malappuram district delivered the event’s main speech. K. Siddikh, chief patron of KKMA, Sageer Trikarpur, chairman KKMA, N.A. Muneer, president KKMA also were present. The program was presided over by Dr. M. Govindan, president of doctors club in Malappuram. Mohammad Shameem, general manager of Burgan Al Kuwait, Salim Karuvambalam, chairman of educational standing committee of Malappruam district committee, and representing various organizations Abdul Majeed Baqavi, K.V
Unni Krishnan, K.R. Balan were also present. Dr. Mohammadali, chairman of SUMH welcomed the audience.

Mr. Al-Omar expressed his happiness to be part of such a socially important project in India. Zain COO also presented an appreciation award to KKMA in recognition of its social service in Kuwait and India. KKMA chairman Sageer Trikarpur, chief patron K. Siddikh and president N.A. Muneer jointly received the award in presence of a large number of KKMA officials and well wishers .

The KDC Malappuram is a part of KKMA’s visionary project to have one KDC in every district of Kerala State, India. The first of its kind center was opened at IQRAA International Hospital and Research Center in the city of Calicut in June 2006. In September 2007, the Association opened its second center at Daya General Hospital in Trichur.

The Charitable Kidney Center Project is KKMA’s visionary project to have one KDC in every district of Kerala State, India.

http://www.kkma.net/news-KDC%20Malap...uguration.html
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KSIDC's Abattoir Project in Malapuram

Abattoir Project

The Ministry of Food processing, Govt of India has formulated a scheme for assisting the setting up of modern abattoirs / modernizing existing abattoirs in the country on a private public partnership model. KSIDC is the nodal agency for the scheme in the State. The abattoir projects will be implemented with the involvement of local bodies and private investors / exporters on a BOO / BOT basis. The first project of its kind is proposed to be developed at Malappuram Municipality with private assistance.

http://www.ksidc.org/ongoing-projects.php
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CLT-MPM rail line

New lines
. Thalassery –Mysore line
. Chenganoor- Thiruvananthapuram line through Adoor
. Kozhikode-Malapuram-Angadipuram line
· Dindigal –Kumali line
· Punalur-Thiruvananthapuram line
· Madurai-Kottayam line

http://www.asianetindia.com/news/ker...vm_131196.html

thanx to ahmedji..
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New lines
. Kozhikode-Malapuram-Angadipuram line
thanx to ahmedji..
This is just another eyewash. The Kozhikode-Malappuram-Angadipuram line is senseless without extending the existing Nilambur line to Najancode. Surveys like these are simply wasteful expenditure of money that could have been used elsewhere.

Malappuram Dist has nothing in the budget except for the Nilambur-Shornur Passenger, Pune-Ernakulam superfast (assuming that it has stops atleast at Tirur, Kuttipuram) and probably the new Calicut-Trivandrum Janashtabdi express, if Tirur is lucky enough to get a stop. So the main line just has a biweekly train (and a possible 5 day train). Extension of the Cannanore-M'lore to Calicut also helps to an extend. Of the newly declared passenger trains, he could've started the Calicut-Cannanore passenger from Shornur.

To me, the survey for this line is just to fool the people of Malappuram into believing that they got something great.
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This is just another eyewash. The Kozhikode-Malappuram-Angadipuram line is senseless without extending the existing Nilambur line to Najancode. Surveys like these are simply wasteful expenditure of money that could have been used elsewhere.

Malappuram Dist has nothing in the budget except for the Nilambur-Shornur Passenger, Pune-Ernakulam superfast (assuming that it has stops atleast at Tirur, Kuttipuram) and probably the new Calicut-Trivandrum Janashtabdi express, if Tirur is lucky enough to get a stop. So the main line just has a biweekly train (and a possible 5 day train). Extension of the Cannanore-M'lore to Calicut also helps to an extend. Of the newly declared passenger trains, he could've started the Calicut-Cannanore passenger from Shornur.

To me, the survey for this line is just to fool the people of Malappuram into believing that they got something great.

Your "senseless" comments are purely baseless. Don't under-estimate anybody. He is a man who gave Malapuram a Passport office with no possibilies. The commencement of a new passport off. within a stretch of 50 kms is only happened for the case of Malapuram in India's history. This is the reason malapuramites have high expectations on him (regardless of party).
This line has nothing to do with Nanjangud line. This line is not meant for that.
It is for the sake of Karipur airport , Malapuram town and Angadipuram area (also Perinthalmanna). Later on, this line can use as a byepass :
CLT-MPM-ADPM-TSR in addition to one that passes through Tirur & Kuttipuram; like Kottayam does in Ekm-Tvm route. The least distance is through Alapuzha. But both lines are used.
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Nilambur-Trivandrum train required

The biggest disappointment in this budget is the negligence of
Nilambur-Trivandrum Express. At least a Nilambur-Ekm train should have been included in the list.
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The biggest disappointment in this budget is the negligence of
Nilambur-Trivandrum Express. At least a Nilambur-Ekm train should have been included in the list.
There should have a train in the Nilambur-Trivandrum Express stretch. Otherwise Venad express could have been extended to Nilambur.
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Your "senseless" comments are purely baseless. Don't under-estimate anybody. He is a man who gave Malapuram a Passport office with no possibilies. The commencement of a new passport off. within a stretch of 50 kms is only happened for the case of Malapuram in India's history. This is the reason malapuramites have high expectations on him (regardless of party).
This line has nothing to do with Nanjangud line. This line is not meant for that.
It is for the sake of Karipur airport , Malapuram town and Angadipuram area (also Perinthalmanna). Later on, this line can use as a byepass :
CLT-MPM-ADPM-TSR in addition to one that passes through Tirur & Kuttipuram; like Kottayam does in Ekm-Tvm route. The least distance is through Alapuzha. But both lines are used.
I am not underestimating anyone. EAhamed has done a lot of good things including the passport office. Even the last railway budget was good.

But this budget has got nothing much for Malappuram Dist. There is really nothing to get excited about a new survey. You know very well how these surveys work. They have been surveying for the Tanur/Tirunavaya/Kuttipuram - Edapally coastal line since 1980 (and it still continues).

Kottayam is not a bypass route, the Kottayam line came first and then came the shorter Alappuzha line. Also the rail patronage is much higher in Kottayam than in Alappuzha.

IF the coastal line comes into being, we already get two routes from Clt to Ekm. So what is the point in a 3rd Clt-Mpm-Adpm-Ekm route (which would be the longest of the three)? If the Nilambur-Nangancode line comes up, atleast one can say that Clt-Mpm-Adpm is the shorter route from Cannur to B'lore. Putting a few places in one's constituency on the rail map, should not be the main intention of a railway line (right now this line just looks like that).

The most important thing (which has been pending since time immemorial .....) for Malabar is to complete the doubling and electrification. Unless this is done, they'll use it as an excuse in not giving us more trains. Enough funds should be alloted to complete this project at the earliest.

There were also other pressing but simpler things he could've done like a train from Nilambur to TVM (All they've to do is extend the Venad Xpress which sits idle in Shornur), give daily status to Yeshwantpur, a new train that allows the people of Malabar to reach EKM at 8 in the moring (i.e. office time) are a few ...

This is why I said the new survey (which the MP himself once said is not economically viable) is just an eyewash. May be he got pressurized by the local leaders and decided to do his part (people will say ...... atleast he tried ).
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....They have been surveying for the Tanur/Tirunavaya/Kuttipuram - Edapally coastal line since 1980 (and it still continues).
And so many IR officials become rich and fat
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And so many IR officials become rich and fat
The problem with these surveys is as I mentioned in a previous post ... they do one now, conduct a resurvey after 5 years and after another 5 years decide to go with the 1st survey. By that time a lot of things would've changed. These were some of the obstacles for the Tanur-Edapally link. By the time they decided to aquire land for the proj, a 2 crore ROB (which was sanctioned and completed after a lot of lobbying) had already come up on the existing track. The proposed track was coming just 50 meters away from the existing one. So the 2 crores and the hardwork literally goes down the drain. Add to it all the new panchayat roads that had come up over the years (there were some panchayats that would get two lines running at a distance of 50 meters apart)..... so naturally who will support a rail line that undoes all the development in an area? And they say the people are against development.
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FORD showroom opened in Malapuram

FORD INDIA GEARS UP FOR NEW FIGO DEMAND BY OPENING 28 NEW RETAIL LOCATIONS IN A SINGLE DAY
http://www.ford.com/about-ford/news-...new-figo-32045

NEW DELHI, India, Feb. 16, 2010 – Ford India, preparing for next month’s launch of the all-new Ford Figo, today opened 28 new authorized Ford dealer facilities in 24 cities, improving market availability and service facilities for its full line of vehicles.
Placing dealerships in close proximity to city centers – where they are conveniently located for customers – has been a core focus area for Ford as the company continues to broaden its product portfolio.
Enhancing the ownership experience is Quick Service, a unique vehicle servicing process that allows routine service to be performed in less than 90 minutes. Quick Service bays are available in 45 dealerships across India.

All the newly-inaugurated showrooms are [email protected]² dealerships built according to Ford’s global standard to improve the ownership experience and ensure a long-term association with the Ford brand.
In the past two months, over 1700 dealer personnel from 97 cities have attended in-depth training sessions on Ford Figo.

New facilities have opened in New Delhi, Sangrur, Haldwani and Gwalior in the North; Durgapur, Dhanbad and Guwahati in the East; Hyderabad, Chennai, Warangal, Vellore, Salem, Vijayawada and Malappuram in the South; and Bilaspur and Mehsana in the Western region.

New showrooms and workshops also are now located in Jaipur, Thane, Ahmednagar, Pune, Vapi, Ahmedabad and Cochin.
New Ford 3S (Showroom, Sales and Service) Dealerships

City - Dealership
Salem - Rockcity Ford
Durgapur - Banerjee Ford
Guwahati - Himatsingka Ford
Haldwani - Pal Ford
Mehsana - SP Ford
Vijayawada - Lakshmi Ford
Sangrur - Bhagat Ford
Motinagar, Delhi - Harpreet Ford
Gwalior - Samadhiya Ford
Bilaspur - Simon Ford
Warangal - Sri Sri Sri Ford
Vellore - Sarvesh Ford
Malappuram - PVS Ford
Hyderabad - Fortune Ford

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Tirunavaya-Guruvayur line

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I am not underestimating anyone. EAhamed has done a lot of good things including the passport office. Even the last railway budget was good.

But this budget has got nothing much for Malappuram Dist. There is really nothing to get excited about a new survey. You know very well how these surveys work. They have been surveying for the Tanur/Tirunavaya/Kuttipuram - Edapally coastal line since 1980 (and it still continues).
IF the coastal line comes into being, we already get two routes from Clt to Ekm. So what is the point in a 3rd Clt-Mpm-Adpm-Ekm route (which would be the longest of the three)? If the Nilambur-Nangancode line comes up, atleast one can say that Clt-Mpm-Adpm is the shorter route from Cannur to B'lore. Putting a few places in one's constituency on the rail map, should not be the main intention of a railway line (right now this line just looks like that).

The most important thing (which has been pending since time immemorial .....) for Malabar is to complete the doubling and electrification. Unless this is done, they'll use it as an excuse in not giving us more trains. Enough funds should be alloted to complete this project at the earliest.
This is why I said the new survey (which the MP himself once said is not economically viable) is just an eyewash. May be he got pressurized by the local leaders and decided to do his part (people will say ...... atleast he tried ).
For your information :
A sum of Rs.25 crore had been earmarked for the 35-km Tirunavaya-Guruvayur line.
Rs.25 crore for the 116-km Angamali-Sabarimala line
My friend, these funds are for the implementation of the project and not for survey.
http://www.thehindu.com/2010/02/26/s...2653370400.htm
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Aligarh University Campus, Chelamala, Malapuram

AMU handed over land for Malappuram centre
http://twocircles.net/2010mar07/amu_...am_centre.html
Malappuram: The first piece of land for the special centre of Aligarh Muslim University in Malappuram was handed over in a grand festival at Perinthalmanna on Saturday March 6. The documents of the land were handed over by Kerala Education Minister Sri M.A. Baby to the AMU Vice Chancellor, Prof: P.K. Abdul Azis.
The program which started at 8.30 in the morning with a huge procession consisting of ministers, political leaders and common men from the KSRTC bus stand undoubtedly gave excitement and proud to each one in the state.

By 10.00 the group reached the ground specially designed for this prestigious program. The 123 acres of land from the Chelamala included in the Eelamkulam village of the district was handed over in front of the ocean of human irrespective of their caste and creed.

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I could still cherish those days I have visited Thirunavayya and Thavanoor.
Quoting an old post. My mother's family home is at Tavanoor. The bharathapuzha is just 500 mts from there. Its real fun floating in the BIG river.

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My friend, for the last one year, i'm in Abu Dhabi, UAE. Thats why, unfortunately i don't have enough collection of photos of my hometown and nearby areas. Still, i'll try my best to get it available for you guys.

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putuPonnani Bridge progess

this got posted in todays e paper. does anyone have quick snaps

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Official websites of Malappuram :

http://www.kerala.gov.in/malapuram/

http://www.mlp.kerala.gov.in/inf.htm

http://malappuram.nic.in/

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