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Old September 17th, 2010, 12:44 PM   #1
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Kalaburagi Projects Thread

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State to sign a MoU with MATIMOP of Israel: Revised IT policy to be unveiled soon

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Similarly, the animation policy was aimed at giving a boost to the sector through establishment of academy and enhancing skills of creative people. He said that new IT parks were coming up in Mangalore, Shimoga, Belgaum and Gulbarga, while KEONICS was taking up a project for developing an IT Park in Mysore with “plug and play” facility for IT industries, particularly small and medium enterprises. http://www.c2clive.com/latestnewsdetail.php?id=2749
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Gulbarga got a thread..this was the city which i was thinking for a thread...thank you...!
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Gulbarga - Bidar distance 100km.

Gulbarga - Bijapur distance 100km.

Gulbarga 4th biggest city of Karnataka per 2001 census, with most likely of half million population by 2011 census:

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Projected 2010 city-wise population in k'taka:

all-india-rank name census1991 census2001 calculation2010

3 Bangalore- 2908018- 4301326- 5438065
39 Maisūru-- 493927- 755379- 1042354
47 Hubli----- 648298- 786195- 904916
78 Gulbarga-- 304099- 422569- 546554
94 Belgaum--- 326399- 399653- 465170
96 Davanagere 266082- 364523- 464963
102 Mangaluru- 347917- 399565- 439842

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Here is high court circuit bench building in gulbarga:

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Gulbarga to get its first mall in Jan 2011
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Gulbarga's first mall, Shradha mall, will become operational in January 2011. Being developed by Kalaskar Properties Private Limited (KPPL), the 1.45 lakh sq.ft mall will significantly improve the shopping experience of the people of the city.


K Vijaykumar, vice-president, KPPL, says, “Shradha is the first mall of Gulbarga. People of Gulbarga currently visit Hyderabad (220 km from here) during the weekends for all their shopping needs. With Shradha mall opening up shortly, they will have an excellent shopping and cinema-viewing experience, right in the heart of Gulbarga.”

The total investment on the project is estimated to be around Rs.25 crore. The mall will have a three-screen multiplex – with a seating capacity of 950 people and spread over an area of 41,000 sq.ft. The Kalaskar Group is in talks with top three multiplex operators. “Discussions are in the final stages with three leading operators in the multiplex category,” reveals Anil Kalaskar, managing director, KPPL.

One of the anchor tenants of the mall will be Big Bazaar, which will occupy 34,100 sq.ft area. The total chargeable area in the mall is 63,000 sq.ft, of which 36,393 sq.ft has been signed up. “Discussions are in advanced stages with many retail vanilla brands in the remaining area of the mall. The fit outs will be handed over to the retail brands by September 2010. The lease for the multiplex areas and the food court is yet to be finalised,” adds Vijaykumar.

The areas serviced by the mall would include Vittal Nagar, MB Nagar, Bramapur, Jagat, Khubha Plot Layout, Sangameshwar Colony and Darga Area, among others.
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Geodesic sets up new manufacturing facility in Bidar

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Geodesic Techniques, a leading provider of steel-intensive structures in India, today said it has set up a manufacturing facility in Bidar, Karnataka, at an investment of Rs 200 crore.

The company projected a revenue of Rs 1,000 crore over the next three years.

Majority of the investment is focused on the Bidar facility, which is already operational and would be formally inaugurated by the end of this calendar year, the company's founder and CEO, Srinidhi Anantharaman, told reporters here today.

"The new facility is designed to serve Geodesic's high volume large infrastructure projects like airport terminals, high rise steel buildings, signature structures, bridges and urban transportation initiatives," Anantharaman said.

Strengthening its manufacturing capabilities, the facility would position the company as a leading integrated design and build player and was expected to provide employment opportunities for nearly 5,000 people, he said.

The facility has a peak capacity of 65,000 metric tonnes per annum.
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Changing the face of Bidar

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It has been named the 22nd cleanest city in the country

NABARD recognises Bidar as model SHG district

The town generates 40 tonnes of garbage every day


Hygienic:The imported vacuum suction sweeper of the Bidar CMC

Bidar:How did Bidar, that was considered a dirty place three years ago, earn the distinction of being the 22 {+n} {+d} cleanest city in the country? Innovative ideas to achieve cleanliness, people's participation, and a responsive administration have helped the city achieve it.

Three years ago, there garbage was strewn on the streets and drains were overflowing. There was no concept of door-to door collection of garbage and there were no garbage dumping sites.

However, a coordinated effort by the district administration, the CMC, NGOs and SHGs ensured that Bidar is a much cleaner city now. In the first ever National City Rating by the Union Ministry of Urban Development, the tiny town has beaten cities such as Udupi, Belgaum, Bellary, Tumkur, Gulbarga and Hubli-Dharwad.

The Union Government's benchmarks were keeping the city free from open defecation; universal access to toilets for all, including the poor; elimination of manual scavenging; wastewater treatment; solid waste and storm water and recycling or reuse of treated wastewater, to ensure improved public health outcomes and environmental well-being.

Bidar has scored on three important areas — primary collection of garbage from houses, hygienic transportation of garbage and sanitary filling in landfill sites. Use of hi-tech machinery for cleaning of roads, drains, night soil pits and lifting and transporting garbage containers has helped.

“Nabard has recognised Bidar as a model SHG district. We decided to make use of it and we outsourced garbage collection and some other specified tasks to SHGs. It has been a huge success,” says Bidar CMC environmental engineer Abhay Kumar Habib. NGOs helped them choose SHGs. Women members of SHGs go door-to-door to collect garbage. SHGs were given 25 auto tippers on subsidy. This ensured that primary collection of garbage was complete within 35 hours. SHGs are also in-charge of cleaning drains, roads and footpaths.

The garbage is stored in dustbins placed in every ward. A trash truck picks up the containers and brings them to a site within the city. Two compactors pack garbage from 20 containers into one truck, reducing the need for movement of trucks.

Bidar generates around 40 tonnes of garbage everyday. The CMC has long-term plans to segregate this garbage and manufacture manure. “Now we are using sanitation fills to prepare manure. We plan to start harvesting very soon,” Commissioner S.R. Garwad said. “In a few months, we will distribute separate garbage bins for dry and wet waste to every household to segregate degradable and non-degradable garbage at the primary level. This will make manure production easier,” he said.

“The journey to fame has been hard and slow. But we achieved it with the cooperation of council members, NGOs and SHGs,” Deputy Commissioner Harsh Gupta said. “We were helped by the Backward Regions Grant Fund of the Union Government. We could buy 19 vehicles and other high tech equipment costing around Rs. 2.5 crore using the grant,'' he said. Three years ago, Bidar had three tractors and two small trucks. Now, it has 40 containers, four dumper placers, 30 auto tippers, a nala cleaning machine, an earthmover, 20 mobile toilets, a multi purpose jetting unit that cleans roads and underground drains, and a vacuum suction sweeping machine.
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Old September 19th, 2010, 05:03 AM   #8
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Gulbarga - Bidar distance 100km.

Gulbarga - Bijapur distance 100km.

Gulbarga 4th biggest city of Karnataka per 2001 census, with most likely of half million population by 2011 census:
But it has drowned to 6th position now,mangalore and belgaum has found the way..
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Cold storage unit to come up in Bidar

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BANGALORE: A cold storage unit will be set up in Humnabad in Bidar district in the next 18 months.

Agricultural and Processed Food Products Export Development Authority (APEDA) and Karnataka State Agricultural Produce Processing and Export Corporation (KAPPEC) signed an agreement in this regard here on Friday.

The need to set up a cold storage in Bidar district was felt as the district produces about 36,941 tonnes of fruits grapes, pomegranate, mango, banana, lime and 1,21,028 tonne of vegetables .

K J Devendrappa, Managing Director, KAPPEC, said APEDA had sanctioned Rs 6.5 crore for the cold storage
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But it has drowned to 6th position now,mangalore and belgaum has found the way..
yes i believe Sharifyaseen is true....Mangalore has grown very fast in last few years.
Kindly post any projected population figures that you have.
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Principal Agglomerations
Name A Cf 2001-03-01
1 Bangalore 5,701,456
2 Mysore 799,228
3 Hubli-Dhārwār 786,195
4 Mangalore 539,387
5 Belgaum 506,480
6 Gulbarga 430,265
7 Dāvanagere 364,523
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Gulbarga actually 6th even in 2001. City limits boundaries are outdated.
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Gulbarga textile park to see the light of day

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GULBARGA: If things go as planned, Gulbarga will have a textile park shortly. The process of establishing the Gulbarga textile park at an estimated `52.10 crore has already commenced, following the approval of Karnataka government under Suvarna Vastra Neethi. SPV Private Limited is setting up the park.

The main objective of the park is to enable small garment manufacturers of Gulbarga and surrounding districts overcome their organisational and structural dearth and augment and improve their traditional skills. SPV Private Limited will also help local manufacturers sell their products in the international markets.

There are about 250 small and medium manufacturers in Gulbarga, involved in garment manufacturing, providing employment to more than 3,000 persons, particularly women. "The textile park will boost the economic development of the region. The park, which will come up on 50 acres allotted at KIADB's Nandur Kesaratagi industrial area, will have international standards with stateoftheart technology. There will be well developed plots depending upon the capacity and requirement of manufacturers with uniform factory sheds, wide welllaid roads and adequate water, according officials.
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We are not responding to problems in HK region, says Yeddyurappa

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* Chief Minister warns officials working in north Karnataka
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BANGALORE: Chief Minister B.S. Yeddyurappa on Tuesday admitted that the Government headed by him had not been properly responding to the grievances of the people, particularly from the Hyderabad Karnataka region, and a few districts had remained backward on account of ineffective administration.

Mr. Yeddyurappa, who presided over a meeting on the development of the Hyderabad Karnataka region, said that a survey conducted by the Government revealed that lack of commitment among officials and apathy towards addressing peoples' grievances slackened the pace of development in the region. He would release the results of the survey in a week, he added.

Apart from historical reasons, lack of focus on development led to backwardness of the Hyderabad Karnataka region, he said. The Chief Minister warned that officials transferred to north Karnataka would be dismissed from the service if they refused to report for duty. Lack of commitment to public welfare, non-transparent administration, and neglect of development projects, and delay in utilisation of funds caused imbalances in development, he said.

Meet in Gulbarga

A Cabinet meeting would be held in Gulbarga on October 4 to chalk out plans for the development of Gulbarga, Yadgiri, Bidar, Raichur, Koppal, Bellary districts in Gulbarga division and Bijapur district in Belgaum division, he said.

Earlier, the Chief Minister chaired two Cabinet meetings in Gulbarga. Mr. Yeddyurappa said that he had received several complaints on collection of garbage, drinking water and other civic problems in Gulbarga city. All these problems should be solved before the Cabinet meeting and laxity on the part of officials would not be tolerated.

Noting that infrastructure development was a pre-requisite for the development of the region, Mr. Yeddyurappa directed the deputy commissioners and divisional commissioners to prepare action plans district-wise for allocation of funds for various projects. Several development projects had been taken up in backward districts according to the recommendations of the Nanjundappa Committee.

He said holding of elections in the State frequent was among other reasons for the slow progress.

He asked district-in-charge ministers to visit their districts every week to review progress. The Government would continue to pressure the Centre to grant special status to the region under Article 371.

All proposed development projects and schemes would be launched before the taluk and zilla panchayat elections to be held in December/January, the Chief Minister said.
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Coca-Cola to Build New India Plant
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NEW DELHI -- Coca-Cola Co. plans to invest a total of 5.5 billion rupees ($121 million) to build a new manufacturing facility in India and augment production capacity for soft drinks and non-carbonated beverages in one of its fastest-growing markets.

The factory will be built in the newly-created Yadgir district in south India's Karnataka state and will increase Atlanta-based Coca-Cola's total investment in India to more than $1.2 billion, T. Krishnakumar, chief executive of Hindustan Coca-Cola Beverages Pvt. Ltd., told Dow Jones Newswires.

"The company will invest 2.5 billion rupees to set up the facility," Mr. Krishnakumar said. "We have also provisioned to infuse an additional 3 billion rupees in the second phase."

Hindustan Coca-Cola is the wholly-owned bottling unit of Coca-Cola in India, Asia's third-biggest economy.

Mr. Krishnakumar said work on the new plant will start as soon as the company receives all the necessary approvals.

Building the new factory, one of Coca-Cola's biggest manufacturing facilities in India, will help the company bolster its presence in the market and allow it to better compete with Pepsico Inc. Both beverage giants are looking to drive sales in emerging markets such as China, India and Russia, where growth is much faster than in the U.S.

"The new manufacturing facility will help us cater to consumer demand in the states of Karnataka, Andhra Pradesh and Maharashtra," Mr. Krishnakumar said.

"By commissioning the plant, we want to ensure that we create adequate capacity to meet the projected growth in the packaged beverages market over the coming years," he added.

Coca-Cola's sales volumes in India have grown in the past 16 quarters, most recently surging 22% during April-June this year after expanding 29% in January-March, Mr. Krishnakumar said.

Separately, V. P. Baligar, Karnataka government's principal secretary of commerce and industry, said 250 acres have been allotted to Coca-Cola for the bottling plant.

The company has informed the government that its initial investment of INR2.5 billion will be made until 2013, followed by an additional 3 billion rupees during 2013-15, Mr. Baligar said.

"Coke's investment is very important, it should give a huge impetus to further investments in this region," he said.

Hindustan Coca-Cola has 23 manufacturing plants, covering about 65% of Coca-Cola's geographical presence in India. Coca-Cola also has 22 independent franchisee bottlers and 11 contract packer manufacturers in the country.

Mr. Krishnakumar didn't disclose the manufacturing capacity of the Karnataka factory but said it would add to the two bottling plants that the company operates in the state.

The new plant will produce sparkling beverages, including Coca-Cola's carbonated-drinks, as well as still beverages such as Kinley water and Maaza mango-based drink, Mr. Krishnakumar said, adding that the facility is expected to give a boost to local food processing industries as well as sugarcane farmers and mango growers.
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People in several north and central Karnataka districts had a respite Saturday after a week of heavy rains that claimed 17 lives and damaged property and crops estimated at over Rs.150 crore, officials said.

Bellary, Raichur, Gulbarga, Bidar, Dharwad, Koppal and Haveri in the north, Davangere in central part and Shimoga in Malnad region were hit by heavy rains in the last seven days with rivers and tanks and lakes overflowing.

Revenue officials of the districts said four people had died in Bellary, three each in Bidar and Gulbarga, two in Raichur and one each in Dharwad, Shimoga, Tumkur, Koppal, and Haveri.

Several hundred houses have been damaged in the rain-battered areas. Crops in over 25,000 acres had also been hit, they said, adding that precise estimates of the damage will be available after a detailed assessment.

'The loss would be over Rs.150 crore,' an official spokesperson said in Bangalore.

The monsoon which hit the state in the first week of June has been erratic and the last week's heavy downpour in large areas brought relief also as several reservoirs got good inflow.
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Vilaspur Lake View Resort in Bidar to Be Inaugurated on 1st November

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Jungle Lodges and Resort (“JLR”) will launch its lake view resort on 1st November on the banks of the Vilaspur Tank in Bidar in Karnataka.

Jungle Lodges and Resort is an eco tourism agency, owned and managed by Karnataka State Tourism Development Corporation. The Vilaspur Lake View Resort is JLR’s newest property and second resort in North Karnataka. JLR also owns Sloth Bear Resort in the ancient city of Hampi in Bellary district of North Karnataka.

JLR has built the Vilaspur Resort with assistance from the district administration, who allotted seven acres of revenue land adjacent to the forest for building the cottages. The resort will have 18 cottages, that can accommodate two campers each.

An official from the district administrations said, “We have retained ownership of the land. We also share 25 per cent of the total cost of the project estimated at Rs four crore.”

Vilaspur Tank is situated about 15 kms from the city of Bidar and is located in the interiors of the Khanapur Reserve Forest surrounded by dense forest and hills on all four sides. The tank is spread over 35 acres and has a catchment area of 200 acres of land.

Located in the lap of nature, the resort will have many nature related activities on offer for its tourist such as coracle rides and fishing in the tank and guided jungle treks. Campers will also be taken to see the various sites in and around Bidar including Bidar Fort, the Heritage Tombs at Ashtur and Choukhandi, Mohamud Gawan Madrassa, Amir Barid and Qasim Barid and the Baridshahi Deccan Garden. To further add to the appeal of the resort, water sport adventure activities may be developed in the Karanja Reservoir. Campers will also get to take part in boat races in the Paapnash Lake.

Bidar is located about 110 kms from Hyderabad city, in neighbouring Andhra Pradesh state, which has risen to the ranks of a professional IT city. Jungle Lodges and Resort is trying to tap the young and corporate tourist of the IT industry. The Vilaspur Resort can be an outing for corporate companies as an offer of incentives and to develop team work among employees. That apart, it is also an attractive option for nature enthusiast to explore the large tracts of dense forest land in Bidar and Gulbarga.
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Basic amenities lacking in Gulbarga

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Despite implementing various measures and carrying out so-called development works by the successive governments, Gulbarga city lacks basic amenities like drinking water, roads and drainage. The elected representatives feign ignorance about the plight of the residents of Gulbarga, who often reel under natural calamities.

Clogged drainage and roads, overflowing manholes, slushy roads, roadside garbage dumps and unclean market yards greeted the politicians during their campaigns in Gulbarga, which will go to polls today.

Many politicians who came for campaigning wondered as to how people live here. Former Union minister Jaffer Sharrief, who campaigned for Congress candidate Dr Ajay Singh, said politicians from this region lacked will to improve the life of people in this backward region.

BJP leader Shoba Karandlaje, who went round the city seeking votes for her party candidate, expressed her concerns over the living conditions. "I never imagined that Gulbarga, being such a big city in the region, has remained underdeveloped. It looks like a big slum," she remarked.

The city neither has a well-maintained drainage system nor a good water supply system. Residents of majority of the houses in new extensions have closed-pit toilets, while those in slums and old city areas go in search of open grounds or roadside bushes to relieve themselves.

Ambedkar Nagar, the first extension planned and developed by City Improvement Trust Board in the early '70s, still has no tar roads, water supply system and drainage.

Many houses use borewell water for drinking purposes. Over 60% of the city areas has no piped water supply system, though there is enough water in Bhima and Bennethora rivers. Less said the better on garbage collection and disposal.
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Four new 'food parks' approved for Karnataka

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The Centre has approved establishment of four new 'food parks' in Karnataka at an approved grant of Rs 4 crore each.

The food parks have been approved at Bagalkot, Jewargi, Hirriyur and Malur, an official statement said here.

Out of the total approved grant of Rs 16 crore, the amount released by the government till date is Rs 7 crore.

The southern state of Karnataka had three food parks previously.
Food parks are aimed at boosting high-tech infrastructure meant for agri or food processing sector along with value chain from farm to market that would help in attracting investment in food processing sector.

A total of 29 foodparks have been sanctioned all over the country so far.
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Introduction of new daily passenger between Bagalkot & Gadag

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South Western Railway (SWR) has decided to introduce one pair of passenger daily train (Train Nos 339/340) between Bagalkot-Gadag-Bagalkot.


Train No 339 Bagalkot-Gadag daily passenger will depart from Bagalkot at 1730hrs on September 27 and arrive at Gadag at 2000hrs on the same day, a SWR release said.

In the return direction, Train no 340 Gadag-Bagalkot daily passember will depart from Gadag at 0300hrs on September 28 and arrive at Bagalkot at 0440 on the same day.

As per the approval of railway board, it has been decided to increase frequency of Train nos 2251/2252 Yeshvanthpur-Korba-Yeshvanthpur Wainganga Express from weekly to bi-weekly with effect from October one from Yeshvanthpur and from October 3 from Korba.
Train No 2251 Yeshvanthpur-Korba Bi-Weekly Wainganga Express will run on Tuesdays and Fridays and Train No 2252 Korba-Yeshvanthpur Bi-Weekly Wainganga Express will run on Thursdays and Sundays, it said.
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