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Old October 30th, 2006, 04:32 PM   #2081
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Motorola Opens Software Center in India

NEW DELHI — Motorola Inc. on Monday opened a new telecom software development center in southern India as of part of its efforts to expand operations and counter the dominance of rival Nokia Corp. here.

The new Research and Development Center in Hyderabad will employ more than 1,000 engineers, Motorola said in a statement.

The statement didn't disclose how much the company was investing in the center.

The announcement came nearly four months after Motorola decided to invest US$100 million to build a handset and telecom equipment plant near another southern Indian city _ Chennai.

The U.S. electronics maker currently has six research and development centers in India. The company began operations in the country in 1991 and employs around 3,000 software engineers, who design nearly 40 percent of the software used in Motorola phones worldwide.

"Software is a major driver of technology and our Hyderabad facility's focus on software engineering addresses a key aspect of our global operations," Motorola Chairman and CEO Edward J. Zander was quoted as saying in the statement.

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Old October 30th, 2006, 11:46 PM   #2082
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YSR wants hardware boom

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Chief Minister Y.S. Rajasekhara Reddy has asked Motorola Inc., a Fortune 100 global communications leader, to consider locating its hardware manufacturing facilities in the State.

Inaugurating Motorola's Research and Development facility here on Monday, the Chief Minister said that in addition to the talent pool of technocrats and engineers available in the State, the Government was willing to extend full support to improve the infrastructure. Though the State had been witnessing significant growth in the software segment, the growth on the hardware side was not along expected lines.

Dr. Reddy said the Motorola management could consider harnessing human resources from Jawahar Knowledge Centres, set up as a "last mile" requirement for training students coming out of colleges to suit the industry needs. Motorola's new facility, involving an investment of over Rs. 60 crores, has been developed on 2.3 acres with a built in space of 1.67 lakh sq. ft and has capacity to house 1,000 members.
Motorola chairman and CEO Edward J. Zander said the new facility would be involved in development of software solutions for the company's mobile phones and also work on developing software for low cost infrastructure solutions including WiMax Technologies.

Motorola Chief Technology Officer Padmashree Warrior said from a humble beginning with handful of employees in 1998, the company had increased its strength to 800. The new facility would be involved in the development of cutting-edge technologies in handset network and connected home products segment. Union Mines Minister T. Subbarami Reddy and others also spoke.
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Old October 31st, 2006, 12:43 AM   #2083
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Metro rail minimum fare to be Rs 8

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Hyderabad, Oct. 30: The minimum fare of the proposed metro rail is likely to be Rs 8 and the maximum Rs 19. Officials, however defend the rather steep rates, stating that it would not be much of a burden in 2010 when the project would be on rails, so to say. At the proposed rate, a passenger travelling from Miyapur to LB Nagar and back will have to pay Rs 38.

There will be an escalation clause in the project agreement and a regulatory authority will review the fares as and when necessary. This means that there is the possibility of a fare hike in the future. The Mass Rapid Transport System was proposed as a solution to the heavy traffic congestion in the city. Authorities expect the metro rail to carry at least 16 lakh passengers every day to their destinations.

The estimated cost of the project is Rs 8,760 crores and it will cover 66 km in three routes. An empowered committee headed by chief secretary J. Harinarayana will discuss fare and other related issues of the metro rail project on November 1. The committee’s proposal will later be submitted for the approval of the Cabinet.

“The government has directed us to give top priority in safeguarding the interests of the commuters while finalising the agreement,” said MRTS project director N.V.S. Reddy. The State government feels that if the fare is reduced, foreign companies may not come forward to take up the project. It is learnt that the government may hold a pre-bid conference for six short-listed consortia of companies in November and will finalise the tenders as early as possible.

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Old October 31st, 2006, 01:03 AM   #2084
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I don't think the proposed fares are that high. It would take a lot more if anyone hires an auto or a taxi in the same route.

Although , the rates might be a bit higher than the normal RTC rates.......u are required to pay up for the world class network that the metro is providing us with.

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Old October 31st, 2006, 01:40 AM   #2085
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Tourism projects worth Rs.7 bn coming up in Hyderabad

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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 31st, 2006, 08:50 AM   #2086
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Cool Singapore Airlines keen on Hyderabad airport project

Source: Great Andhra

http://www.greatandhra.com/business/...re_airport.php

Another strong company into the fray......

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The ground-handling arm of Singapore Airlines (SIA) is keen on a new airport project in the Indian city of Hyderabad, the chief executive said in a published report Tuesday.

Singapore Airport Terminal Services (SATS) has 'expressed interest' in the project, Ng Chin Hwee told The Straits Times, adding that it is in discussions with potential partners.

SATS recently won all three contracts it had bid for at Bangalore's new airport in cargo, passenger handling and catering.

Hyderabad's airport is scheduled to open in 2008.

SATS' overseas business earned 15.6 million Singapore dollars ($10.1 million) in the quarter, which ended Sep 30, a 1.3 percent hike over the corresponding period a year ago.

It has 16 joint ventures in eight Asian countries, including India and China.

'We have always articulated that we would like to expand regionally,' Ng said.

Prospects are bullish in Asia and the Middle East, he added.
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Old October 31st, 2006, 03:50 PM   #2087
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CinePlanet: Upcoming 4 Screen Multiplex.

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Old October 31st, 2006, 07:28 PM   #2088
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CinePlanet: Upcoming 4 Screen Multiplex.

Where is this multiplex coming up?

I saw that Maheshwari/Parameshwari theatre complex in Abids has been dismantled. Does anyone know what is coming up in that place?
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Old October 31st, 2006, 11:17 PM   #2089
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Autos in city to have Digital Meters and Audiometers soon

http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/a...how/264122.cms

Soon you will stop whining about exorbitant fares charged by auto drivers in the city.

After dilly dallying for some time, the government on Tuesday finally issued GO 213 making it mandatory for all auto rickshaws in the state to install digital meters. These meters would replace the conventional ones that are prone to tampering. The digital meters that are in vogue in Delhi and Bangalore have proven to be tamper-proof. In the last assembly session, transport minister Kanna Lakshminarayana had told the members that digital meters would be made compulsory in a month's time.

In the state, the 3.8 lakh auto rickshaws would have to install digital meters with audiometer facility. The audiometer at the end of the journey announces the fare and the distance travelled. In the city, there are nearly one lakh auto rickshaws. Each digital meter is expected to cost Rs 1,300 to Rs 1,500. However, there are no digital meter manufacturers in the state. The transport department will collect data on the dealers and retailers in the state who could supply the required number of meters. The GO was issued by the government after months of stringent opposition by auto drivers' unions.

The government has asked the state transport commissioner to implement the provision after duly collecting the logistics of availability.

"By one year, all autos in the state would have to fall in line and install the meters. For new autos, digital meters could be made mandatory in the coming weeks," a transport official told TOI on Tuesday.
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Old October 31st, 2006, 11:19 PM   #2090
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City buses may run on bio-fuel soon

http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/a...how/264193.cms

After experimenting with various fuels, state-owned Andhra Pradesh State Road Transport Corporation (APSRTC) is all set to introduce bio-diesel as an alternative fuel in its bus fleet in the city.

The bio-fuel experiment was taken up by the city region of APSRTC to curb pollution. The experiment concluded in September and results were out early this month.

Initially, the experiment was done on a bus of Dilsukhnagar depot under controlled conditions on the L B Nagar-Sanatnagar route on June 5, 2005. In a bid to expand the range of study, the experiment was extended to 30 buses of Hyderabad II, Picket and Cantonment depots at random in the last few months.


The experiment was conducted on different categories of buses and makes, including city and long-distance services with varied run-life and on different bio-fuel types comprising diverse proportions of bio-fuel and diesel. Various variants of bio-diesel like B5, B10 and B20 fuel types were used. Barring a minute performance drop in kilometre per litre, the bio-fuel concept fared better with acceptable levels of emission, according to APSRTC officials.

Bio-diesel is an alternative clean fuel which is bio-degradable and non-toxic free of sulphur and aromatics. It is derived from vegetable oil fats. Neighbouring Karnataka is also experimenting with the fuel on 100 of its buses.

The experiment was suspended for 25 days due to lack of bio-fuel supply from the private organisation that supplied the fuel at a discounted price of Rs 25 per litre.

The oil content was also giving out a fishy smell and it was not feasible to carry the experiment further with passengers complaining of bad odour in buses.

The experiment was resumed later. "The results have proved satisfactory. The corporation will call for tenders to procure the fuel," said APSRTC chief mechanical engineer (operations) P V D Jaya Shanker Prasad.
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Old November 1st, 2006, 12:34 AM   #2091
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HUDA seeks control over 36 villages
Tuesday October 31 2006 09:12 IST Newindpress
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HYDERABAD: Unable to control the spurt in construction activity in as many as 36 villages on its periphery, the Hyderabad Urban Development Authority (HUDA) has urged the State Government to bring the entire area covered by GO MS 111 of 1996 under its jurisdiction.

The GO was issued following the Supreme Court’s direction to the State Government not to allow any activity resulting in groundwater pollution within 10 km radius of the catchment areas of Osmansagar and Himayatsagar, which are among the major sources of drinking water for the twin cities.

Only 48 of the total 84 villages covered by the GO fall in the limits of either HUDA or the newly constituted Hyderabad Airport Development Authority (HADA).

In a letter to the State Government last month, HUDA said it was increasingly becoming difficult for it or HADA to enforce town-planning regulations in the 36 villages as they are governed by Gram Panchayats.

“The haphazard construction activity outside HUDA and HADA limits will also be a violation of the Supreme Court directive,” HUDA said.

“In view of their contiguity and location, we have requested the Municipal Administration and Urban Development (MA&UD) Department to bring 35 villages under HUDA limits and one under HADA jurisdiction,” HUDA officials told this website's newspaper.

According to the officials, the move will fetch additional revenue to the two urban development authorities in the form of fee and development charges for layouts.

“Even if the development charges are fixed at Rs 10 per sq m, the urban bodies will get around Rs 40,000 per acre, which is quite substantial and can be pumped into various other developmental activities. It will also help curb the unauthorised lay-outs being issued by the gram panchayats,” they said.

According to MA&UD officials, the proposal is under consideration of the State Government and orders bringing the 36 villages under the jurisdiction of the two urban bodies will be issued soon.
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http://www.cyberabadtimes.net/2006/1...offshoring.asp
Wednesday, November 01, 2006
Hyderabad tops offshoring Competitiveness
neoIT, a leading services globalization consulting firm, today issued the Global City Competitiveness Report which analyzes twenty-four cities in terms of their current and future attractiveness for services globalization.
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http://www.cyberabadtimes.net/2006/1...offshoring.asp

The Global City Competitiveness Report provides enterprises a perspective on the current strengths and weaknesses of various cities in order to find a fit that meets their global sourcing requirements.
In 2004, neoIT issued the first Offshore City Competitiveness Report, ranking twenty seven Indian cities based on their attractiveness for offshoring. In the past two years, since the groundbreaking report was issued by neoIT, multiple sourcing centers of excellence have emerged across the globe, with India home to several of the most established cities.

"There have been many changes in the past two years, with more cities emerging in the race to service global organizations," stated neoIT CEO, Atul Vashistha. "This trend is fueled by clients utilizing a portfolio approach that spans the globe and the need to identify new destinations as more established destinations become hard-pressed to keep up with the demand for services. Our goal is to provide timely information so that neoIT clients can make informed decisions on choosing global sourcing destinations that will best meet their needs."

neoIT identified two key determinants of location and scored locations based on these variants:

Generic factors which are independent of the country from which the work is offshored, or the industry of the offshoring enterprise: Human capital, costs, infrastructure, environment and risks fall into this category

Enterprise-specific factors: factors which are dependent on the source country, industry of the enterprise, or the specific processes being offshored. These include language compatibility, physical proximity, socio-economic affinity and sector-specific expertise availability.

Ranking generic factors exclusively, the cities of Delhi, Bangalore, Hyderabad and Mumbai top the list. Ho Chi Minh City, Manila, Shanghai and Moscow are the highest ranked cities outside of India.

Based on enterprise-specific factors, the white paper looks at several case studies and applies selection criteria to rank the best cities for each example. In addition, the research paper examines factors that will shape the market in three to four years, and predicts the future competitiveness based on the talent pool in each city.

The Global City Competitiveness Report provides enterprises a perspective on the current strengths and weaknesses of various cities in order to find a fit that meets their global sourcing requirements. For service providers looking to expand services delivery capability, the report can help identify locations of untapped labor pools and strong support infrastructure that facilitates such growth.

Source: Yahoo!


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Old November 1st, 2006, 03:50 AM   #2093
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i saw that Maheshwari/Parameshwari theatre complex in Abids has been dismantled. Does anyone know what is coming up in that place?
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Hyderabad gems SEZ to start operations by next June

Hyderabad, Nov 01: The diamond and jewellery manufacturing units at Hyderabad gems SEZ (special economic zone) would commence their operations by June next year.

The first batch of 1,000 trainees at the diamond and jewellery training centre on the city outskirts, today received appointment certificates from Andhra Pradsh Chief Miniter Y S Rajasekhara Reddy.

The trainees would be absorbed into the diamond and jewellery manufacturing units coming up at the SEZ, Mehul Choksi, chairman of Gitanjali Group, the promoters of the gems SEZ, told reporters after a delegation of the company met Chief Minister at the secretariat.

After handing over the appointment orders to the trainees, the chief minister expressed happiness over creating jobs to the local unemployed youth.

The trainees would be paid Rs 750 to Rs 1,500 during the training period and after absorption would be getting not less than Rs 3,500 per month.

The diamond and jewellery training centre is the first unit to be completed as per the schedule at the SEZ.

"The induction of the first batch of trainees is a realization of our primary objective and a matter of great pride. The SEZ will help bring prosperity to the region," Choksi said.


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Old November 1st, 2006, 11:15 AM   #2096
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CinePlanet – The new four screen

CinePlanet, a new multi-plex at Kompally is the third multiplex after Pra-sad’s and PVR, to come up in Hyderabad. To be built on a total area of 63,000 sq.ft., Cine Planet will be jointly leased by D. Suresh Babu, owner of Suresh Production and Sunil Nar-ang of Asian Theatres. It is situated on NH7 which is known as the entertain-ment zone as it also has other entertainment places like Runway9, Dhola-ri-
whereas, one screen will have 900 seats. The equip-ments installed in the mult-iplex includes Westrex Xenon projectors, Hark-ness Hall screens, Speaker and Amplifiers by Electro Voice and the seats ins-talled by Baba & Sons. Aslam Associates is the architectural firm in charge of the designing of the project.
CinePlanet will have two theatres on the ground flo-or while the other two will

The CinePlanet multiplex at Kompally, Hyderabad

dhani etc.
The multiplex will have four screens out of which three screens will have a seating capacity of 500
be housed on the secon-dfloor of the structure. The other features of the project include food court spread over 9,000 sq.ft. on
the third floor, gaming zone, shop-ping mall, etc. It has a parking area for around 500 cars.A total of 30,000 sq.ft. is reserved for
commercial purpose. Cine-Planet is on the last stage of construction and will open its door for the cineg-oers in few months

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I saw that Maheshwari/Parameshwari theatre complex in Abids has been dismantled. Does anyone know what is coming up in that place?
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G.S.Center Point, Punjagutta Crossroads

Seven floors of shopping and office space.
- 1,60,000 sft of shopping space
- 90,000 sft of office space
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G.S 24 Carat , Ameerpet

Seven floors of shopping and recreational space.
1,80,000 sft of shopping space on 4 floors.
30,000 sft for entertainment, restaurant and conference facilities.
30,000 sft exclusively for a multiplex theatre.
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Parsvnath Developers plans Rs 70cr project in Hyd

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New Delhi-based real estate player, Parsvnath Developers Limited, is on the course to set up a commercial project in Hyderabad, involving an investment of Rs 60-70 crore.

The proposed project will comprise a shopping mall, five-star hotel and multiplex with a total built-up area of four lakh square feet.

Addressing mediapersons in connection with the company's forthcoming initial public offering here on Tuesday, Parsvnath Developers' managing director Sanjeev Jain said, “We have purchased 2.5 acres of land at Kukatpally at a government auction at Rs 18 crore per acre for the proposed project. We are currently in the process of preparing a project report and will soon submit the same to the Hyderabad Urban Development Authority (Huda). It will take another two-three months for receiving final approval from the authority.”

The project will entail an investment between Rs 60 crore and Rs 70 crore, excluding the land cost, according to Jain.
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