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Old January 14th, 2014, 09:33 AM   #121
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Japan to invest at Shendra - Bidkin DMIC: CM

An international standard industrial area will come up in Shendra-Bidkin belt near Aurangabad under Delhi-Mumbai Industrial Corridor (DMIC) as Japan has shown its keenness to pump in huge investment, said Chief Minister Prithviraj Chavan.

"A high-level delegation met me on Sunday and expressed their willingness to invest at three places.
This will help boost industrial development of Aurangabad district. Japanese tourists flock to Aurangabad every year. Recently first phase of Ajanta-Ellora development project was implemented in collaboration with Japan last year. Second phase of this development project will be implemented soon."



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Old January 14th, 2014, 09:38 AM   #122
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Proposed Development Plan of Shendra - Bidkin Industrial Area (SBIA)

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Old January 15th, 2014, 08:04 AM   #123
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DMIC - SBIA (Shendra Bidkin Industrial Area)

What does DMICDC has to say about 'Aurangabad'.

Aurangabad has significant potential for growth in various manufacturing sectors with Aurangabad District already an established location for automobile and automobile-related manufacturing. Aurangabad will be developed as the showcase for Maharashtra‘s strengths in manufacturing and technology— automobiles, textiles, apparel, consumer durables, and green industry and venue for manufacturing-related research and design, and high-tech hub centrally located within the state.

The strategic location of the Shendra- Bidkin Industrial Area places it at the convergence of Maharashtra‘s production, manufacturing, and tourism (historic sites). The industrial area also has the potential to become a niche for meetings, incentives, conventions, and exhibitions. It is expected to be well connected by roads, rail, and air and will have good connectivity to the ports.

The Shendra- Bidkin Industrial Area will spur demand for a wide array of spin-off businesses and will offer the full array of services required for a mega-scale industrial park and the communities located within it. As such, the Shendra- Bidkin Industrial Area is expected to generate huge employment and to add value and exports to the Aurangabad District and Maharashtra as a whole. The broad vision for the Shendra-Bidkin Industrial Area is to become a showcase of Maharashtra‘s leading manufacturing industries‘ with the following principles:

• Integrate smart growth within a new sustainable township.

• Identify high-value manufactured products with high export potential.

• Maintain a unique cultural heritage.

• Provide a healthy quality of life.

The Shendra Bidkin Industrial Area will be developed as a new industrial township, according to a comprehensive land use framework of international standards. The industrial area will offer parks and open space, public transportation, pedestrian and bicycle trails, and other amenities.

This new industrial township will extend from the additional Shendra near Shendra Industrial Estate of MIDC to the town of Bidkin. Located in Shendra just 10–15, kilometers from downtown Aurangabad and 8 kilometers east of the Aurangabad airport, this industrial area is envisioned as a new satellite community to the city of Aurangabad.

The industrial location is strategically positioned and directly connected to the major state highways and the national rail network. The area will provide direct connections through the city of Aurangabad on new expressways leading to National Highway (NH) 211 and the north-south State Highway (SH) 60. Additional regional roads will be provided to connect potential future areas of industrial expansion in and around the town of Bidkin. Because of the industrial area‘s connectivity, visibility, and strategic location, the area will provide an ideal site for investment and employment growth for years to come.

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Old January 19th, 2014, 03:13 PM   #124
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The DMIC dream!

Experts assert that when implemented fully, the DMIC would change the face of Aurangabad and Marathwada. To discuss various aspects and potential of the project, AurangabadFirst invited a panel comprising Marathwada Zonal Council chairman of the Confederation of Indian Industries Rishi Bagla, vice-president of the Chamber of Marathwada Industries and Agriculture Munish Sharma, Vyapari Mahasangh leader Ajay Shah and trade unionist Dr Bhalchandra Kango. Reproducing the parts of the enlightening conversation!



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Old January 26th, 2014, 10:17 AM   #125
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Shendra - Bidkin Smart City Project discussed at World Economic Forum

Accenture shows interest in a meeting with CM at Davos.



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Old February 1st, 2014, 05:53 AM   #126
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New state entity to boost industrial corridor on cards

Clara Lewis TNN

Mumbai: The state government is all set to announce a special purpose vehicle for the ambitious Delhi Mumbai Industrial Corridor (DMIC).

Apurva Chandra, principal secretary, industries, said the announcement is likely to be made within a week. The government is also expected to announce the shareholders’ agreement—the Union government and the Maharashtra government are partners—and the power distribution agreement.

The state government will have a 51% share in the project and is expected to invest Rs 50 lakh crore in terms of land, money and other incentives up to 2050, said sources. In phase I, the corridor will be developed at Shendra-Bidkin in Aurangabad and at Dighi in Raigad. Shendra-Bidkin is being developed as a planned industrial township with Japanese assistance and includes a multimodal railway hub. At Shendra-Bidkin, the proposal is to acquire 8,400 hectares till 2050. “Around 900 hectares have already been acquired. We have received consent for another 2,200 hectares. These will be acquired over the next three months,” said an official from the Maharashtra Industrial Development Corporation. The plan is to set up textile, electronic manufacturing units here.

At Dighi port industrial township, the proposal is to acquire 25,000 hectares till 2050. In phase I, the proposal is to acquire 6,500 hectares of which 15% of developed land will be handed over to the project-affected people. The focus will be on heavy engineering units.

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Old February 1st, 2014, 08:00 AM   #127
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Land measurement for second phase of Delhi-Mumbai Industrial Corridor project ends

Ranjana Diggikar,TNN | Feb 1, 2014, 04.17 AM IST

AURANGABAD: The district administration has successfully completed the measurement process of 2,351 hectares of land that will be acquired in Bidkin for the Delhi-Mumbai Industrial Corridor (DMIC) project. The administration now expects that the farmers will get Rs 1,300 crore as compensation for the acquired land by March-end.

District land acquisition officer Sambhaji Adkune said, "The administration supported by land record officials completed the process of measurement of 2,351 hectares of land to be acquired under the second phase of the DMIC project. The work was speedily completed under the directives of district collector Vikram Kumar in just 30 months."

He said the administration is hoping that the state government would soon sanction Rs 1,300 crore to be distributed to the beneficiaries by March-end.

Pradeep Kumar Patil, deputy director, land records (Aurangabad division), said, "The work was expedited by using electronic total station (ETS) machines. The devise has helped in reducing time and manpower as well."

"Moreover, four teams comprising employees of various departments including surveyors from land records department, Maharashtra Industrial Development Corporation and revenue department employees were presses into service for the purpose. Manpower from various districts such as Ambad, Jalna, Parbhani, Aurangabad and Paithan were deputed for the work. Around 50 ETS machines were pressed into services," said S R Joshi, deputy superintendent of land records office, Paithan.

"Though it took about five months to complete measurement of 500 hectares of land in the first phase at Karmad, it took only 30 months to complete the work in the second phase at Bidkin because of team work," he added.

Meanwhile, of 2,351 hectares, the district administration has received consent letter for acquisition of 2,100 hectares of land from 2,297 farmers.

Land acquisition in the second phase under the DMIC project is being carried out in five villages — Bidkin, Banni Tanda, Bangal Tanda, Nilajgaon and Nandalgaon.

Adkune said though the administration has received consent letters from 95% of the farmers, 63 farmers have raised objections and hearing on their grievances is in progress. "The land acquisition process gained momentum after the state industries minister Narayan Rane offered a compensation of Rs 23 lakh per acre to the farmers at a meeting on October 23, 2013, in Mumbai," he said.

"The acquisition of 555 hectares of land at Karmad was completed under the first phase of DMIC in October 2012, in which the beneficiaries were offered Rs 23 lakh per acre," he added.

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Old February 1st, 2014, 10:41 AM   #128
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Old February 2nd, 2014, 01:52 PM   #129
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Old February 4th, 2014, 01:58 PM   #130
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Old February 14th, 2014, 02:38 PM   #131
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Chavan promises 36 MoUs worth Rs 1 trln by Feb-end in DMIC

Press Trust of India | Mumbai
February 14, 2014

Maharashtra will sign agreements entailing investment of over Rs 1 lakh crore in Aurangabad region under the ambitious Delhi-Mumbai Industrial Corridor by the month-end, Chief Minister Prithviraj Chavan said today.

"We will be signing 36 MoUs with companies who will be investing in the DMIC zone in Aurangabad-Shendre region. These are mainly infrastructure projects. Over Rs 1,00,000 crore worth investments are likely to come," Chavan said at an industry event here.

DMIC is an ambitious project which envisages boosting the manufacturing in the regions between the National Capital and the financial capital Mumbai. As a part of the project, Maharashtra has decided to develop the Shendre-Bidkin belt near Aurangabad in the backward Marathwada region.

Chavan added that in the past few months the state has taken a slew of initiatives on the industrial and infra development front, including inviting bids for the Navi Mumbai airport.

He further said the development of the Mihan international air cargo hub in Nagpur too was on track.

The Chief Minister said formation of a stable government after the elections was very crucial for economy.

"Will there be same coalition or an arrangement of similar ideology or a marriage of convenience? This will decide what impact it will have on growth. If forming government itself has too many compromises, it will not be good for the country," said Chavan, who heads a Congress-NCP alliance government in the state.

He said there are two risks to the growth: economic uncertainty and political instability. "There has been a slowdown in the global economy and we have seen similar impact here as well. But now we are witnessing some signs of revival both in the global as well as the domestic economy. At the same time, political uncertainty is also posing a risk for growth," he said.

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Old February 16th, 2014, 03:42 PM   #132
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DMIC to attract Rs.1L cr investment, says CM



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Old February 22nd, 2014, 07:49 AM   #133
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DMIC second phase on track.

The district administration has presented a Rs 1314-crore compensation proposal to the Maharashtra Industrial Development Corporation (MIDC) on Thursday. Farmers will get compensation before March




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Old February 22nd, 2014, 06:31 PM   #134
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DMIC project picks up speed, second phase on track

Ranjana Diggikar,TNN | Feb 22, 2014

AURANGABAD: The district administration has sent a proposal in regard with the second phase of land acquisition process of 2,246 hectares in Bidkin for the Delhi-Mumbai Industrial Corridor (DMIC) project to the state government for approval under MID Act, 1961, section 32 (1) and has demanded approval of Rs 1,314 crore as compensation for the farmers.

District land acquisition officer Sambhaji Adkune said, "The DMIC land acquisition process has gained momentum. The district administration has forwarded the proposal to the state seeking permission for acquisition of 2,246 hectares."

"After the government gives its nod the further process of payment of compensation to farmers would start. The administration is expecting Rs 1,314 crore which would be paid as compensation to Bidkin farmers under the second phase of land acquisition by March-end," he said.

"The administration, supported by land record officials, completed the process of land measurement of 2,351 hectares," he said. The district administration has received consent letter for acquisition of 2,100 hectares from 2,297 farmers.

The corridor covers a distance of 1,482 km and passes from seven states. The DMIC in Maharashtra covers Mumbai, Thane, Raigad, Nashik, Aurangabad, Ahmednagar, Pune, Dhule and Nandurbar districts and influences on 18% of the total area of the state. Out of all these cities covered Aurangabad is part of the DMIC Early Bird project which includes Shendra-Bidkin Industrial Park and International Convention centre and has been proposed over an area of 8,340 hectares.

The land acquisition in the second phase under the DMIC project is being carried out in five villages - Bidkin, Banni Tanda, Bangal Tanda, Nilajgaon and Nandalgaon.

The land acquisition of 555 hectares of land at Karmad was completed under the first phase of DMIC land acquisition project in October 2012, in which the beneficiaries were offered Rs 23 lakh per acre.

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Collector & MIDC officials of Aurangabad on Japan visit for DMIC (development) training.



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Delhi-Mumbai corridor deal to be sealed today.

The state will finally seal the pact with the Centre for the Delhi--Mumbai Industrial Corridor project (DMIC). Union commerce and industries minister Anand Sharma and CM Prithviraj Chavan will ink the agreement on Monday.

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Shri Anand Sharma at signing of state support agreement & share holders agreement for DMIC project in Maharashtra



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The first phase of the Delhi Mumbai Industrial Corridor (DMIC) with an investment of `17,391 crore was launched by Maharashtra Chief Minister Prithviraj Chavan on Monday in the presence of the union minister for commerce and industries Anand Sharma.



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Preliminary plan is ready
Detail Plan being prepared by Hong Kong based Architects.


l International standard Exhibition-cum-Convention Centre will be built at Shendra on 60,000 square ft of land. Rs 900 crore will be spent on this centre.

l DMIC project's first phase will generate around 60,000 job opportunities. Aurangabad's share in state industrial produce will grow up by 5 to 7 per cent.

l International standard industries will come up in the DMIC project. The project will generate 3 lakh direct jobs.


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Old March 4th, 2014, 07:48 AM   #140
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First phase of DMIC project launched in Maharashtra

ENS Economic Bureau | Mumbai | March 4, 2014

The Maharashtra government on Monday launched the first phase of the Delhi-Mumbai Industrial Corridor (DMIC) project, which has the potential to generate industrial output of Rs 20 lakh crore and manufacturing jobs of 38 lakh by 2042.

The state government will take up the development of Shendre-Bidkin Industrial City at Aurangabad in the first leg, which will have an investment of Rs 17,319 crore.

The state government and the DMIC Trust have formed a joint venture for developing these projects wherein the state will have 51 per cent stake, while the rest will be held by DMIC. “Our contribution will be in the form of providing land, while the Centre’s contribution would be to the tune of Rs 3,000 crore for each township project.

For the rest, we have tied up with the Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA),” Maharashtra chief minister Prithviraj Chavan said after the formal signing of the shareholder and state support agreements. The Shendre-Bidkin project is expected to generate 5 lakh jobs.

Commerce minister Anand Sharma said: “The DMIC will drive the industrial growth of the country by creating wealth as well as employment. The six states through which the corridor passes will be linked to the National Manufacturing Policy.” The DMIC project will be developed in two phases. The first phase, in addition to Shendre-Bidkin industrial city, includes an exhibition and convention centre in Aurangabad, and a multi-modal logistics park at Karmad and water supply scheme for Shendre.

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