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Old December 4th, 2006, 11:27 PM   #101
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FM's speech about Nanguneri SEZ and Tuticorin

‘‘If the Tuticorin Port has to be exploited, a large multi-product SEZ is essential,’’ Chidambaram said urging the entrepreneurs to take up the cause of the speedy implementation of Nanguneri SEZ, which, he said, would play an instrumental part in the development of southern districts if promoted.

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Old December 5th, 2006, 07:37 PM   #102
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Guage conversion work on progress over the pamban railway bridge in Rameshwaram. Going by earlier announcements it should be ready early next year.

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Nice Pic

Hope they get it done quick.

Tuticorin posts record cargo handling in Nov

The Tuticorin Port Trust (TPT) has created a record in November, handling 18.03 lakh tonnes of cargo in a single month, according to an official press release.

The previous record was 16.03 lakh tonnes handled inAugust, 2005.

The port also created a new record on November 30, by unloading 6,013 tonnes of urea in bulk at Berth No. IV from the vessel, m.v. Pessada, in a single day, the release added

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Rubber industry park near Nagercoil at a cost of Rs 14.50 crore

Chief Minister M Karunanidhi said in assemby that a rubber industry park would be set up at Chembagaramanpudur near Nagercoil in Kanyakumari district at a cost of Rs 14.50 crore. The government would take steps to implement proposed projects in this year itself.

He said the DMK government during its earlier regime itself had initiated steps to set up the rubber industry in Kanyakumari district and added that so far 150 acres of land had been acquired and the government was in the process of acquiring 100 more acres of land for this project.

To Congress Whip Peter Alphonse's question, he said the government had been taking steps to set up industries in southern districts. He recalled the initiatives taken up by former Union Minister for Industries Murasoli Maran to establish Nanguneri Technological Park, but it couldn't materialise following change of government.

The government has the report of Justice Ratnavel Pandian Committee that was set up to recommend steps for industrial development in southern districts, he said and added that the government would also implement the recommendations of the committee for the development of the southern districts.

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Old December 9th, 2006, 12:24 AM   #105
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Baalu to start work on 9th berth at Tuticorin port

Foundation stone laying ceremony for the construction of 9th berth at Tuticorin port to start tommorrow. Road work from port to check post in harbor and commissiong of dredging at zone B(fishing harbor) are also to be started tommorrow.

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GAUGE CONVERSION OF QUILON-TENKASI SECTIONS IN SOUTHERN RAILWAY

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Gauge conversion of Quilon-Tenkasi, Tenkasi-Tirunelveli and Tirunelveli-Tiruchendur sections have been taken up as part of Quilon-Tiruvelveli-Tiruchendur and Tenkasi-Virudhunager gauge conversion project (357 kms.). On this project, gauge conversion of Tenkasi-Virudhunagar (122 kms.) has already been completed and commissioned. Gauge conversion of Quilon-Punalur (45 kms.). Tenkasi-Sengottai (8 kms.) and Tirunelveli-Tiruchendur (61 kms.) sections have been targeted for completion during 2006-07. However, progress on Quilon-Punalur is affected because of land disputes and Tirunelveli-Tiruchendur due to slow progress and failure of contractors. These sections are expected to be completed during 2007-08.

On Tenkasi-Tirunelveli (72 kms.) section, bridge works have been taken up and is planned for completion in next 2-3 years. The balance portion of this project from Punalur to Sengottai is a Ghat section where final location survey has been completed and detailed estimate is under process. No target has been fixed for completion of gauge conversion of this section. There is no proposal at present for introduction of long distance trains from Tiruchendur.

This information was given by Shri R.Velu, Minister of State for Railways in a written reply to a question in the Rajya Sabha today.
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Once the SETHU Canal is built, this port will become huge....It can compete with Singapore...They should develope this into a mega city before it becomes big.
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Old December 9th, 2006, 12:22 PM   #108
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Once the SETHU Canal is built, this port will become huge....It can compete with Singapore...They should develope this into a mega city before it becomes big.
Actually you are right, thats why the TN Govt. is trying to push developments in south TN, esp Madurai. Tuticorin is being connected to Madurai airport for cargo handling. The SEZ, IT parks, Industrial park, coming up in Madurai and around is also being done with the view of Tuticorin.
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Old December 9th, 2006, 02:57 PM   #109
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Will sea port at Colachel affect Tuticorins prospects?

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The State Government’s appeal to the Central Government to develop the existing Colachel fishing harbour in Kanyakumari district into an international transshipment hub port has created apprehension among the business community here over the prospects of Tuticorin Port being severely affected or minimised to a considerable extent.

The expansion plan of the inner harbour and the outer harbour of the Tuticorin Port in a phased manner at a cost of Rs 4571.75 crore under the National Maritime Development Project (NMDP)-Phase I and II-will further enhance the port’s infrastructure.

Though some members of the Tuticorin Hub Port Development Council (THPDC) concede that Colachel has some advantages like the natural depth of about 15- meter-draft and the minimal distance from the major sea routes, they say that it cannot be a better choice than the Tuticorin Port, which receives more mainline vessels from Europe and the US next only to the Mumbai Port.

According to an expert study undertaken by Tuticorin Port Trust, a copy of which is available with ‘The New Indian Express,’ among Chennai, Cochin, Tuticorin, Colachel and Vizhinjam ports, Tuticorin Port has the best chance, followed by Chennai and Cochin, to be developed into a transshipment port in South India.

Even in terms of the network of established services, hinterland, connectivity (including the ongoing projects) and the existence of established port facilities, Tuticorin had an edge over any other port in the south, it said.

The study further revealed that weather played an important part in Tuticorin Port scoring over the proposed Colachel Port. The sea off Colachel was rough and unstable by nature, unlike off Tuticorin Port. During the tsunami havoc two years ago, no big damage was caused to Tuticorin Port whereas Colachel was one of the worst tsunami-hit areas in the country, the study further stated.

The only advantage of the Colachel Port was its strategic location on the east-west sea routes, it said.

Though the members brushed aside the advantage, they did not rule out the possibility of development of Coalcehl into a port becoming detrimental to the interests of the Tuticorin Port as the construction of the Navha Sevah Port affected the business prospects of the Mumbai Port.

CPM district secretary Kanagaraj, whose party in Kanyakumari district is lobbying for the Colachel Port, said the importance being given to setting up an international transshipment port at Colachel would create a favourable situation to Vizhinjam for which the Kerala Government was lobbying hard.

Colachel, being situated within 40km from Vizhinjam Port, too would be another advantage for Kerala’s claim for making Vizhinjam a transshipment port,’ Kanagaraj claimed.
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Old December 9th, 2006, 03:14 PM   #110
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I think after the completion of Sethu Samuthiram Project, Colachel will over strip Cochin and Colombo not Tuticorin. The southern tip location of Colachel, is at entry point of SSP. Thats why Kerala Govt. is very much against Colachel. I think both Colachel and Tuticorin will compliment each other as Entry-Exit spots of the SSP.

Bringing up the Colachel port is a big political master stroke by TN Govt. both Nationally and Internationally. Giving a cord to Kerala in this Maritime business will be a blunder as TN had experienced in other projects.

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I want Colachel port to be developed and create a healthy competition to the other ports in this region. South needs more projects and let us hope that the political parties don't mess up the few projects that the South gets once in a while.
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Does anyone know that TamilNadu is the only state to have 3 major ports(Chennai, Tuticorin and Ennore(though its corporatized)). Colachel if develped would be another major port because of its location. Just with basic infrastructre colachel port can be developed quickly, because no dredging is needed as of now. I am sure to implement this project, there would be hindrance from nearby state(Kerala), not nearby port(Tuticorin).
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Does anyone know that TamilNadu is the only state to have 3 major ports(Chennai, Tuticorin and Ennore(though its corporatized)). Colachel if develped would be another major port because of its location. Just with basic infrastructre colachel port can be developed quickly, because no dredging is needed as of now. I am sure to implement this project, there would be hindrance from nearby state(Kerala), not nearby port(Tuticorin).
Three major ports of Tamilnadu will get 13284 Crore for development. Also this article says that Tuticorin port is the leading port in the country.

http://www.dinamani.com/NewsItems.as...%AAZLm&Topic=0
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Second phase of dredging works inaugurated

Tuticorin: The second phase of dredging works at the fishing harbour here, was inaugurated by the Union Minister for Shipping, Road Transport and Highways, T.R.Baalu, here on Sunday.

"Under this phase, 60,000 cubic metres of silt would be removed from the harbour bay and the approach channel by the Kerala State Maritime Development Corporation Limited at a cost of Rs. 1.44 crore. The works would be completed before the end of the current fiscal," he said.

The depth would then be increased to 3.3 metres. The silt would be deposited in the sea about 12 km from shore.

During the first phase, 35,000 cubic metres of silt was removed for a width of 21 metres from the wharf.

Mr. Baalu said the dredging works were carried out to upgrade the facilities at the harbour at an overall project outlay of Rs. 5.04 crore.

The Minister for Animal Husbandry, P. Geeta Jeevan, the Chairman of Tuticorin Port Trust, N.K. Raghupathy, the Collector, R. Palaniyandi, and the Joint Director of Fisheries, Prabhakaran, were present.

Later, Mr. Baalu inaugurated a new building at Das Navis Matha Girls HSS school here, which was built under the Coastal Community Development Programme (CCDP) of the Sethusamudram Ship Channel Project (SSCP).

The Minister said the CCDP was carried out to provide sustainable livelihood opportunities to fishermen and establish infrastructure such as roads, buildings and drinking water in the coastal villages, spread over six districts. "These developments, aimed at the welfare of coastal communities, would set off the impact of SSCP on fisherfolks, if any," he added.


Stone laid for Berth 9



Later, Mr. Baalu laid the foundation stone for the Berth 9 at the Tuticorin Port and inaugurated the work of widening and strengthening port roads.

He said the berth, to be constructed on an outlay of Rs. 44.57 crore, would be a westward extension of Berth 8 and it was designed to handle large sized mainline vessels of 65,000 DWT (dead weight tonnage) with a maximum draught of 12.8 metres.

Mr. Baalu said about six hectares of sea area behind the berth would be reclaimed, using dredged materials extracted during the deepening of harbour basin and the channel, as a back-up area.

This back-up area would be paved with heavy-duty cement concrete blocks, he said adding that the berth will be made of pile foundations of 1,200 mm diameters with Reinforced Cement Concrete deck.

Mr. Baalu said the new berth would augment the cargo handling capacity of the port by another two million metric tonnes per annum.


Port roads to be widened



The Minister said the port roads for a length of 11.725 km would be either widened or strengthened on an outlay of Rs. 16.83 crore.

"At present, 3,900 vehicles were registered at the green gate of the port a day, which was expected to touch 6,000 during 2007." The existing two-lane V.O.C. Road to a length of 4.165 would be converted into four-lane traffic. Besides, four-lane South Breakwater Road, and two-lane Dr. Ambedkar Road, Container Yard Road and North-South Road, totalling 7.560 km stretch, would be strengthened.

"The road works would be completed within 12 months," he added.

N.K. Raghupathy, Chairman of TPT, Geeta Jeevan, Minister for Animal Husbandry, A.K. Bhalla, Joint Secretary (Ports), spoke.


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Centre to focus on enhancing port infrastructure: Baalu

Tuticorin: The Central Government will focus on augmenting port infrastructure to match the 10.44 per cent annual growth in the cargo traffic in the country, T. R. Baalu, Union Minister for Shipping, Road Transport and Highways, said.

Speaking to mediapersons here on Sunday, he said during the last fiscal year, the 12 major ports and 187 minor ports in toto handled 568 million metric tones of cargo against a total capacity of 600 million metric tonnes.

He cited projections that the country will be earning $200 billion per annum by 2009, an increase from the $135 billion trade traffic recorded in the port sector last fiscal, which underscored the need for enhancement of port infrastructure.

Thus, the ports together needed capacity to handle at least 1,300 million metric tonnes of cargo by 2012, and facilities to handle 2,000 million metric tonnes by the end of the 12th Plan.

He said as part of augmentation of port facilities, a major port was planned at Colachel.

"The State Government has accorded a `no objection certificate' to the project and the Ministry would now conduct a feasibility study within the next eight months, before going in for Cabinet approval," he said.

He reiterated that a port at Colachel would not jeopardise the growth of Tuticorin port.

They would complement each other, he said.

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Container scanners would be established Tuticorin, Chennai, Kandla and Kochi ports in a phased manner, he said.

"This will help the Customs department to discharge its statutory functions smoothly," he added.

Saying that creation of multi-lane highways were necessary for economic growth, the Minister said construction of an expressway from Vadodara to Mumbai (400 km) would be completed shortly. Similarly, six-lane traffic would be established in 6,500 km in phases. "During the first phase, six-lane traffic would be established between Bharuch and Surat for 100 km," he said.

He said inland water transport facilities would be created from Kakinada to Puducherry over 1,095 km at a cost of Rs. 495 crore.

Mr. Baalu said dredging at Sethusamudram Ship Channel Project was progressing smoothly. "We have dredged 8.6 million cubic metre at Palk Strait so far," he added.



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Dredging near Adam's Bridge begins today.

Sethusamudram project dredging

The dredging of Adam's Bridge, the southern end of the Sethusamudram project, is to start from today (Monday, December 11) in the presence of the Union Shipping Minister, Mr T. R. Baalu. An estimated 48 million cubic metres of silt will be removed over the next two years to achieve a draft of 12 metres by end 2008.

The state-owned Dredging Corporation of India, which has been entrusted with the job, will deploy three of its own dredgers immediately — one cutter suction dredger and two trailer suction hopper dredgers. "We'll need more dredgers which may have to be acquired on charter but not immediately, may be after the next monsoon," said Mr N. K. Raghupathy, Chairman of the Tuticorin Port Trust and also CMD of the Sethusamudram Ship Canal Project, indicating that the dredging of Adam's Bridge was a critical job.

Dredging Corporation of India has also been engaged in dredging the northern end of the channel for more than a year now. It may be noted that the cost of dredging for the entire project has been revised upwards from the original Rs 1,720 crore to Rs 2,170 crore to take into account the impact of service charge which became effective from April 2005.

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Does anyone know that TamilNadu is the only state to have 3 major ports(Chennai, Tuticorin and Ennore(though its corporatized)). Colachel if develped would be another major port because of its location. Just with basic infrastructre colachel port can be developed quickly, because no dredging is needed as of now. I am sure to implement this project, there would be hindrance from nearby state(Kerala), not nearby port(Tuticorin).
Lol, not to create an argument...but to put the facts right.

- Colachel does not have a natural harbour and hence needs extensive breakwater construction. It also has a rocky sea bed and hence needs significant hard-rock dredging (blasting) to reach even 12-15 m.

- Whereas Vizhinjam has a natural port formation and existing depths of 18-23 m, Tuticorin has less than 9 m and Colachel about 12 m.

- Tamilnadu is not the only State to have multiple major ports. Gujarat has Kandla, Hazira, Mundra and others. In fact, it is now the top maritime state in India.

- I don't think there is any hinderance from Kerala towards Colachel and Tuticorin. In fact, given the current composition of the Union Cabinet, there are concerns that it is the other way round.

Finally, India will require 100 million TEUs of container handling capacity by 2015. Vizhinjam, Colachel and Tuticorin combined will not make up for more than 15-20 % of this at most. So, considering all three have strategic locations, there is no cause for cut-throat competition, rather for co-opetition.

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Old December 11th, 2006, 09:19 AM   #118
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- Colachel does not have a natural harbour and hence needs extensive breakwater construction. It also has a rocky sea bed and hence needs significant hard-rock dredging (blasting) to reach even 12-15 m.
The benefit of hard-rock sea bed is that it doesnt need to be dredged often like other sandy sea beds. All the ports in India get constant desilting because of gulf stream, which is much stronger in the western coast and the importance of TN ports is that it sandwiched between Srilanka and India protected from Gulf stream.

Traditionally in coastal Tamil Nadu, sea is classified based on the water current by gender as Male and Female, and most of the sea in TN coast are Female. The Female sea is good for port and fishing and it can eventually become Male and vis versa. The mood and character of the sea is never static, therefore for choosing a sea port, for any given time then situation is not an advantage or disadvantage.

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- Whereas Vizhinjam has a natural port formation and existing depths of 18-23 m, Tuticorin has less than 9 m and Colachel about 12 m.
Vizhinjam has its advantage, and the advantage of Colachel is its strategic location and Tourism (Kanyakumari). Vizhinjam is having higher depth because the place is away from the maritime routes to get silted. Tuticorin is one of the natural port, an ancient port, but still get stilted as it is used extensively.

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- I don't think there is any hinderance from Kerala towards Colachel and Tuticorin. In fact, given the current composition of the Union Cabinet, there are concerns that it is the other way round..
Ohya, couple of months ago, whole group of Kerala MPs made a trip to Delhi against Colachel project put forwarded by T.R. Balu. They projected Vizhinjam and voiced against Colachel. Well in a federal union, one should always get the fair chance as and when it comes. Political advantage is also benefit, it does not come like a lottery. It means the people votes in consensus focused towards a leadership for development.

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- Finally, India will require 100 million TEUs of container handling capacity by 2015. Vizhinjam, Colachel and Tuticorin combined will not make up for more than 15-20 % of this at most. So, considering all three have strategic locations, there is no cause for cut-throat competition, rather for co-opetition. Cheers!
Well good then you wont be against Colachel kind of project.

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Lol, not to create an argument...but to put the facts right.

- Tamilnadu is not the only State to have multiple major ports. Gujarat has Kandla, Hazira, Mundra and others. In fact, it is now the top maritime state in India.

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Bingo! well said. Apart from having many major/minor ports, Gujarat has longest coastline in India. Can someone tell the capacity of ports of Gujarat/MH/TN?
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Bingo! well said. Apart from having many major/minor ports, Gujarat has longest coastline in India. Can someone tell the capacity of ports of Gujarat/MH/TN?
Tamil Nadu Ports
Chennai (Major)
Tuticorin (Major)
Rameswaram
Valinokkam
Kattupalli
Ennore (Major)
Pamban
Colachel
Cuddalore
Thiruchopuram
Kanyakumari
PY - 03 OIL FIELD
Nagapattinam
Tirukkadaiyur
Mannapad
Punnakkayal


Gujrat Ports
Kandla
Mundra
Dholera
Hazira
Maroli
Mithivirdi
Positra
Vijaydurg
Simar
Vansi-Borsi

Maharashtra Ports
Bombay
Alewadi
Dighi
Dabhol
Jaigad
Ratnagiri
Rozi (Bedi)
Redi

If anyone knew more than this can add up

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