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Old October 29th, 2006, 09:14 AM   #2061
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flash news.....

I just saw in TV that Reliance retail's first shop is opening today at Banjara Hills.
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Old October 29th, 2006, 10:03 AM   #2062
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Where is this new Reliance shop?

As for the bicycle lane/sidewalk issue, why not make the bicycle lanes 1.5ft instead od 2.5ft and put 6ft sidewalks instead of 5ft ones?

New layout:

6ft sidewalk:8ft parking lane:1.5ft bicycle lane:32ft 4-lane carriageway:5ft median:32ft 4-lane carriageway:1.5ft bicycle lane:8ft parking lane:6ft sidewalk.

Last but not least, FOBs should be built at the following locations:
  • Nagarjuna Circle, just after the end of the Punjagutta Flyover, on Both Rd. #1 and Rd. #2
  • GVK One, at the Rs. #7 (I.K. Road) and Rd. # 4 Roundabouts
  • F9, at Rd. #10 Jn, over all the existing crosswalks on rd. #1 and on Rd. #10 at the Jn.
  • Care Hospital, at Rd. # 11 Jn.
  • Taj Banjara, to allow the hotel's guests direct access to the pedestrian shopping district.
  • Rd #12 Jn, with FOBs over all the existing crosswalks on the Jn.
  • Masab Tank Jn. paralell to the existing flyover.
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Old October 29th, 2006, 03:10 PM   #2063
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Tourism projects worth Rs.7 bn coming up in Hyderabad

Hyderabad, Oct 29 (IANS) A world-class spa, a training centre in spa technology and hospitality, five-star hotels and an urban entertainment centre are among the key tourism projects coming up in and around Hyderabad with a total investment of Rs.7 billion.

Andhra Pradesh has attracted about Rs.9 billion of private investment in tourism projects during last two years while the state government has spent Rs.2 billion on the sector.


Tourism Minister J. Geeta Reddy Sunday disclosed these figures while releasing a new investor-friendly tourism policy.


The state already claims to be the number one in domestic tourism. 'Almost 89 million domestic tourists are coming to Hyderabad every year,' she said.


Replying to the argument that a large number of tourists were pilgrims visiting the famous temple of Lord Venkateswara at Tirupati, she said: 'A lot of them come to Hyderabad which has become a major hub of business tourism in the country.'


A five-star hotel with more than 250 rooms and 100 service apartments is coming up near Hitec City, the IT hub, at an estimated cost of Rs.5 billion. The Hilton group also plans to develop a hotel in the area, which already has a world-class convention centre and a five-star hotel developed by the Dubai-based Emmar group.


New Delhi-based Indian Hotels and Health Resorts Hospitality Private Limited, the owners of famous Ananda spa in Himalayas, and the state government are jointly setting up a world class spa, hotel and training centre in spa technology and hospitality on 14.94 acres at Nanakramguda on the outskirts of Hyderabad at a cost of Rs.1 billion.


The other major project is an urban entertainment centre on 5.61 acres of land at Basheerbagh in the heart of the city. The centre, to be developed with an estimated cost of Rs.1.37 billion, will have a mega shopping mall, multiplexes, business convention centre, ethnic bazaar and theme parks.


Geeta Reddy said a health spa, hotels, multi-theme park, convention centre and urban entertainment centre were also coming up in the coastal city of Visakhapatnam.


To attract new investment in the sector, the government will offer various incentives including investment subsidy of 20 percent of the project cost subject to a maximum of Rs.2 million. To encourage upgradation to international standards, selected hotels will be offered an incentive of 15 percent of the project cost.


In another move to promote tourism, the state government had a tie-up with Air Deccan to link Hyderabad with popular tourist destinations outside the state like Goa, Coimbatore and Cochin.


The tourism department has appointed shooter Amit Sanghi and golf player P. Krishna Reddy as its brand ambassadors.

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Old October 29th, 2006, 04:32 PM   #2064
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India's Reliance to open first stores this wk in retail foray

HYDERABAD, India (AFX) - Reliance Industries said it will open a series of stores here this week in a pilot project as part of its efforts to set up a nationwide chain of retail stores on the lines of Wal-Mart of the US.

The 11 'neighbourhood' stores, to be called Reliance Fresh, will sell groceries and other goods from Friday as a pilot project to 'understand customer needs,' Reliance said.

'We are starting a pilot journey of listening to customers and learning from them,' said Mukesh Ambani, chairman of Reliance Industries whose main business is petroleum refining.

Ambani has said he wants to make the company's new stores arm, Reliance Retail, a 'Wal-Mart in India' and has set an annual sales target of 25 bln usd by 2011.


Reliance plans to invest 7-8 bln usd in setting up its stores arm that will cover 1,500 Indian cities and towns in the country, said a senior Reliance official.

It will sell a host of products from food and clothes to consumer durables in a mix of formats from convenience stores to hypermarkets.

'Indians are changing to consumers who buy from compulsion because they want something, not because of necessity,' the Reliance official who did not wish to be named said.

The first stores will range in size from 2,000-5,000 square feet.

'The company will continuously fine-tune its offerings based on customer responses' over the next few months in different locations and using various formats, the official said.

But Reliance aims to ramp up operations swiftly and have 4,000 stores by 2010 with some as big as 150,000 square feet, the official said.

'We want to reach out to more than 60 percent of the population in four years time,' the official told Agence France-Presse.

The retail company aims to be India's biggest private-sector generator of jobs and eventual employ some 500,000 people, he said, adding at least 25,000 have already been hired.

Reliance has been racing to set up deals with state governments to establish rural hubs to buy fruit, vegetables, pulses and dairy goods from farmers as it moves to build a 'state-of-the-art supply chain spanning the entire country,' the official said.


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Old October 29th, 2006, 05:11 PM   #2065
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So for a rough estimate, let's take a road width of 100ft. Then, subtract 10ft (5ft on either side) for sidewalks. Then 5ft for the center divider. That's 85ft. Then, make 10ft (5ft on either side) into dedicated parking lanes (with tiles, like on Necklace Rd), then 5ft (2.5ft on either side) into dedicated bicycle lanes. That gives us 70ft. We then divide it by 8ft (standard lane width on surface streets) to give us 64ft with a remainder of 6ft. Of the 6ft remainder, 3ft on either side should be added to the parking spaces, making them 8ft wide each. Of the remaining 64ft, they should make 32ft carriageways (4 lanes each) on either side of the median.

To refresh your memory, here's my proposed layout again:

5ft sidewalk:8ft parking lane:2.5ft bicycle lane:32ft 4-lane carriageway:5ft median:32ft 4-lane carriageway:2.5ft bicycle lane:8ft parking lane:5ft sidewalk...
sounds good.
however, this is gonna be one of the busiest feeder routes for HIAL bound traffic.
and all the hotels and malls enroute are expected to provide parking for their customers
plus, there will be private parking facilities.
also, an express bus (Sec-bad - Begumpet - HIAL) via this route is not ruled out.

so, how about making it a 10 lane carriageway...

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Old October 29th, 2006, 05:22 PM   #2066
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Hyderabad Update V

Hyderabad Update V

(contd from Hyderabad Update IV)

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Lets continue in the new thread (Hyderabad UpdateV):

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Old October 29th, 2006, 05:26 PM   #2068
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So for a rough estimate, let's take a road width of 100ft. Then, subtract 10ft (5ft on either side) for sidewalks. Then 5ft for the center divider. That's 85ft. Then, make 10ft (5ft on either side) into dedicated parking lanes (with tiles, like on Necklace Rd), then 5ft (2.5ft on either side) into dedicated bicycle lanes. That gives us 70ft. We then divide it by 8ft (standard lane width on surface streets) to give us 64ft with a remainder of 6ft. Of the 6ft remainder, 3ft on either side should be added to the parking spaces, making them 8ft wide each. Of the remaining 64ft, they should make 32ft carriageways (4 lanes each) on either side of the median.

To refresh your memory, here's my proposed layout again:

5ft sidewalk:8ft parking lane:2.5ft bicycle lane:32ft 4-lane carriageway:5ft median:32ft 4-lane carriageway:2.5ft bicycle lane:8ft parking lane:5ft sidewalk...
sounds Good to me.

however, this is gonna be one of the busiest feeder routes for HIAL bound traffic.
and all the hotels and malls enroute are expected to provide parking for their customers
plus, there will be private parking facilities.
also, an express bus (Sec-bad - Begumpet - HIAL) via this route is not ruled out.
most of the star hotels in the city would also start plying their courtesy pickup vans thru this route.

so, how about making it a 10 lane carriageway...

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Andhra, the next big tourism destination

Syed Amin Jafri in Hyderabad | October 29, 2006 20:08 IST Rediff.com

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About a dozen major tourism projects are under implementation in Andhra Pradesh at a capital cost of Rs 700 crore. A few more projects costing a few hundred crores of rupees are also on the anvil, according to Minister for Tourism Dr J Geeta Reddy.

Speaking to newsmen after launching the AP Tourism Policy 2006 on Sunday, Reddy said that the new projects included star hotels, urban entertainment centre, health spas, multi-theme park, convention centres, food courts, etc.

The Delhi-based Indian Hotels and Health Resorts Hospitality Private Limited and the state government is setting up a world-class spa, hotel and training centre in an area of 14 acres at Nanakramguda on the city outskirts at an estimated cost of Rs 100 crore. The project is scheduled for completion by September 2007.

To bridge the demand supply gap for star hotel rooms in Hyderabad, which requires 2,000 additional rooms per day for 2006-07, the government has decided to set up a five-star hotel with 250 rooms and 100 service apartments through private participation of a consortium consisting of My Home Constructions Pvt Ltd, VBC Pvt Ltd and Eastern India Hotels Ltd at a project cost of Rs 214 crore.

An urban entertainment centre with mega shopping mall, multiplexes, business convention centres, ethnic bazaar and other unique theme parks is coming up at a 5.61 acre at Bashirbagh in the City. A consortium of Pantaloon India Limited and SBPL INFRASTRUCTURE LTD is developing the Rs 137.53-crore project.

A food courts project at Lower Bank Bund near Hussainsagar lake in the city is being developed by Hyderabad Expo Trade Centre Pvt Ltd at a cost of Rs 7.5 crore. The project is scheduled for inauguration by the end of December. A budget hotel to cater to the needs of middle class domestic tourists is also being developed at Lower Tank bund on a 2.88-acre site at an estimated cost of Rs 40 crore. A multi-level car parking lot is being developed at a cost of Rs 10 crore at Lower Tank to cater to the needs of tourists.

An eco-friendly spa with organic food restaurant is planned at Durgam Cheruvu (Secret Lake) in Jubilee Hills area. A drive-in-theatre-cum-parking facility with ethnic food courts is also planned opposite Shilparamam near Hitec City at Madhapur...
don't we need another multilevel parking lot in Basheerbagh?

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Old October 29th, 2006, 08:30 PM   #2070
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AP TOURISM PROJECTS IN PIPE LINE

Sl.No. Name of the Project and Location Cost of Project (Rs.in Crs.)

1. Three Star Hotel at Madhapur (Shilparamam)................ 20.00

2. Three Star Hotel at Durgam Cheruvu,Hyderabad............ 20.00

3. Five Star Hotel at Madhapur (Shilpa-kala Vedika), Hyd . 100.00

4. Urban Entertainment Centre at Basheerbagh, Hyderabad. 100.00

5. Multi Level Car Parking at Lower Tank Bund, Hyderabad.... 10.00

6. Budget Hotel at Lower Tank Bund, Hyderabad... ... ... ... . 40.00
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Old October 29th, 2006, 09:27 PM   #2071
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India's top 50 cities based on quality of life to live in...
Hyd ranks #35 on a scale of 50
some of the smaller towns/cities with huge industrial bases have scored better
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Oxford to set up research centre in India

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Mumbai, Oct. 29: Oxford University, the oldest varsity in the English speaking world, may be breaking new ground with plans to set up its first business research centre outside UK in India to study the sub-continent nation’s rapidly expanding economy. The university will invest £10 million initially to set up its first business research centre, which will study a wide span of issues in the country starting from infrastructure and education to social entrepreneurship and business taxation, Oxford “Said Business School” dean Prof. Colin Mayer said.

“This is the first centre outside UK and will be a huge commitment as far as Oxford is concerned. There will be a study centre in Oxford that will lead the research works in India,” he said. The centre is expected to be operational by next year. “For outsiders, the growth of India is a lesson to learn and for the country, there are a lot of challenges. We are bringing in international attention to the success of India and trying to involve the policy makers and the corporate India to address issues related to infrastructure and education in the country,” Prof. Mayer said.

The Oxford’s India centre will have representatives from the business world as well as from the policy decision makers, he added. “The policy makers and the business heads will guide the centre. We are in the process of designing the nature of advisory board of the centre in India,” Prof. Mayer said. Maintaining that the country has got a lot of entrepreneurship excellence, Prof. Mayer said Oxford has plans to polish those skills. “As the next step, we will be training the entrepreneurship talent in India. The country has got a huge managerial expertise and entrepreneurship skills,” he said.
does Hyd get lucky ...
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Old October 30th, 2006, 12:18 AM   #2073
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thanks for the updates babji.Sad to hear about the ranking of hyderabad,how come it has a low rank?does it include the suburbs?
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thanks for the updates babji.Sad to hear about the ranking of hyderabad,how come it has a low rank?does it include the suburbs?
I think, its just the kind of sampling they have taken.
If you look at Salem, for example, its big town/small city with a huge industrial base. SAIL etc. almost every house hold is an employee or a small business owner, or a farmer etc, so they could certainly lead a better life, have better law and order, provide better education to their kids.

so are Kochi (Ports and tourism and remittances?) Ghaziabad (Industry?) and Visakha (VSP and Port, Navy etc).
Hyd is a 400 year old city, mostly middle class house holds, still growing in all 4 directions...

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Bolarum-Falaknuma chord line to ease train traffic

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HYDERABAD: The Hyderabad Division of South Central Railway is proposing to lay a 20- km chord line connecting Bolarum and Falaknuma to assist free flow of local trains and ease traffic congestion at Secunderabad station.

The proposed line provides a supplement way for local trains to ply on the Lalaguda and Seetaphalmandi routes there by making it easy for residents of Malkajgiri, Moulali and Seetaphalmandi to reach Falaknuma and Bolarum without stress.

Hyderabad Divisional Railway Manager Rajiv Vishnoi says Secunderabad station is saturated in terms of traffic. Once the chord line is laid, trains can ply directly and need not halt at Secunderabad.

Tenders have been called and work on the chord line will be completed by March 2007.


should they extend local trains to Shamshabad?
should they increase frequency?

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Sunday, October 29, 2006
Kukatpally : Aint No price higher
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House-owners earlier used to collect Rs.2,500 to 3,000 as rent, but they are now collecting Rs.8,000. A fully furnished duplex flat commands a price tag of Rs.1.5 crore while an ordinary double-bed room flat is for Rs.25 lakhs. A mere 200 square yards of plot commands a price of Rs. 50 lakhs these days.

Such is the demand for houses in Kukatpally, which a few years ago was but a sleepy little colony with few basic amenities to boast of, that software engineers are ready to shell down six months rent as advance payment. Truly, a trend unheard of in the city till date.

As the locality is just few kilometres away from the cyber hub at Madhapur, where several IT companies have sprang up, techies prefer tolive here rather than go for the plush bungalows of Banjara Hills, Jubilee Hills, Somajiguda, Punjagutta and Marredpally areas where traffic congestion abounds.

One of the factors that contributed to the sudden rise in rental prices is the new Spinal Road that connects Hitec City main road with Jawaharlal Nehru Technological University (JNTU). "Due to the new access, it hardly takes us 10 minutes to reach the Hitec city from the JNTU side," says U. Shiva Prasad, a resident of Phase-III in Kukatpally Housing Board Colony. Earlier, reaching Madhapur from here would have entailed a long and circuitous route touching Miyapur and Hafeezpet.

Several new ventures grounded by leading real estate companies have supplemented the boom here. And the entire area appears set for a major facelift what with the announcement of a multiplex theatre, a star hotel and shopping mall by Madhucon Projects Limited. This is to come up on a nine-acre site located on Mumbai National Highway NH-9 right in front of the JNTU campus. City-based Indu Projects Limited is coming with an integrated township "Fortune Fields" at Kukatpally. Houses for rent are not easily available in certain areas like Phase-VI and IX. Employees going abroad on an official assignment, say, for a couple of months, prefer to hold the premises by paying up rent for the period of absence rather than vacate the place.

Taking advantage of the growing demand, many a house-owner has jacked up his rental. "For instance, house-owners earlier used to collect Rs.2,500 to 3,000 as rent, but they are now collecting Rs.8,000," an industrialist K. Chandra Mohan Reddy, a resident of Phase-IX in Kukatpally, said.

"This area is well connected by train services from the Hitec City and bus facility from Kukatpally main road. It also has hospitals, cinema theatres, bus depot, shopping malls and restaurants catering to the needs of residents who are mostly settlers from different regions in the State," says an official of the Andhra Pradesh Housing Board.

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Policy delay may hit Andhra Fab City venture

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SemIndia Would Take Up Project’s Phase Two Only When Policy Is In Place


ADELAY in announcing the semiconductor policy by the Centre could impact the proposed $3-billion fab project in Andhra Pradesh. SemIndia, which is promoting the project, has got an offer of 50% cash subsidy by the German government for locating the project there. It is understood that SemIndia would take up the capitalintensive, second phase of the project in Andhra Pradesh only when policy is in place. “SemIndia is embarking on two different projects. First, setting up its own fab costing $3 billion, which will make wafer chips. The other is an infrastructure project built over 1,200 acres that will facilitate semiconductor manufacturing called Fab City. The proposed semiconductor policy will help the project directly because without the incentives implied in the policy there cannot be any Fab in India,” SemIndia chairman Vinod Agarwal told ET, in an e-mail .
The company has sought a 25% cash subsidy on the total project cost. For now, in the absence of a policy, the company has decided to start the first phase of the project, a sophisticated assembly and test facility. The first phase, requiring $100-million investment, will take 12 months to be operational. The company is raising $30 million in equity and the rest in debt. Mr Agarwal points out that, internationally, governments were offering cash benefits to the tune of 30%-35%. “We are waiting for a policy, which can incentivise our project, making it more viable. Besides, we are investing in developing the infrastructure around the facility as part of the Fab City project. In other countries, the entire infrastructure will be provided by the government free of cost to the fab company.” At present, the Andhra Pradesh government has earmarked 300 acres to the Fab City, of which 75 acres has been handed over to the company for the manufacturing facility. “Fab City will house about 200 suppliers as key partners without whom a capital intensive project like a fab facility cannot survive,” said Mr Agarwal. SemIndia vice-chairman Bob Kondamuri said the company would start the second phase of the fab facility only if policy guidelines were in place. The first phase, which involves assembly, testing, manufacturing and packaging of chip will be completed by June next year.
“It will have a capacity to generate $400 million in revenues. We have already received orders from seven big players for this. In the second phase, we will set up wafer manufacturing facility.” he said.
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I wonder why GoI is still sleeping on the Semiconductor policy.
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sounds Good to me.

however, this is gonna be one of the busiest feeder routes for HIAL bound traffic.
and all the hotels and malls enroute are expected to provide parking for their customers
plus, there will be private parking facilities.
also, an express bus (Sec-bad - Begumpet - HIAL) via this route is not ruled out.
most of the star hotels in the city would also start plying their courtesy pickup vans thru this route.

so, how about making it a 10 lane carriageway...
Another possibility (though somewhat pricey) is this: a 4-lane elevated viaduct can be built on top of the center divider (it's 5 feet in my proposal so that's plenty of space for pillars), catering to through traffic and with off ramps at (a) the two roundabouts, (b), and (c) Masab Tank jn, with ramps towards the Airport Expwy as well as towards Khairatabad. The viaduct can start at at J V R park, with ramps connecting to the upcoming Punjagutta Flyover and to Rd #2. Traffic headed towards the airport can use the elvated viaduct, and local traffic headed towards local destinations on Rd #1 can use the ground level. The design speed of the viaduct should be 80 km/h, with 65km/h on the ground level (which will still have stoplights and roundabouts).
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I am sure semiconductor policy will be announced by this year end.
Looks like lots of investors are keen on semindia. Once the semiconductor policy is announced then it will intresting to see its progress. One thing is for sure , semindia is going to be a big hit.
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