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Old September 30th, 2011, 04:09 PM   #2701
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tuticorin view of old harbour.. 2004 snap.



tuticorin snow basilica church



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"sagar southern" a very nice hotel placed near tuticorin near a bird sanctuary

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Old September 30th, 2011, 04:38 PM   #2702
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Old September 30th, 2011, 04:51 PM   #2703
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CPF exposed the hidden plans of coastal energen power plant through this map

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Old September 30th, 2011, 05:56 PM   #2704
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GREEN TECH FOUNDATION GIVE GOLD MEDAL FOR TUTICORIN PORT FOR WELL MAINTAINING THE SURROUNDING OF PORT. For the last 3 years tuticorin port got silver medal for this year 2011' tuticorin port got gold medal..central environmental welfare and environmental scientists give this precious award to tuticorin port


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Old September 30th, 2011, 06:04 PM   #2705
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About coastal energen power plant,


தூத்துக்குடி | Coastal Energen Pvt Ltd| Tuticorin | 1200 MW Power Plant
Project Website: http://www.coastalenergen.com/

Coastal Energen Pvt Ltd (ENERGEN), the Power Generating Flagship Company of the Coal and Oil Group, is setting up a 1200 MW coal fired thermal power plant in the district of Tuticorin in the State of Tamil Nadu , India.

Our maiden power project in Tuticorin, Tamil Nadu, South India is a logical extension of our multi disciplinary capabilities building on our diverse strengths and leveraging our varied experiences in “Fuel Management” which gives Coastal Energen a distinct advantage as a low cost Power Producer.
Tuticorin has been identified by both the Central Government of India and State Government of Tamilnadu as a power generating centre for southern Tamilnadu lying as it does in the middle of the power corridor.

Situated only 13 kms from Tuticorin town, our project enjoys the following advantages:


Close proximity to a major town (13 kms)


Within 21 kms of a major port


Excellent road, Rail & Air connectivity


Excellent grid connectivity


The project has achieved fast progress since its inception.


Land fully acquired


PPA Agreement Signed


MOEF Clearance issued


Funding fully tied up and secured


BTG order finalized


Discussion with PGCIL for power evacuation


Engineering Consultants appointed


Manpower in place


Site preparation completed


Geo-technical investigations completed


Construction water and power in place


Water allocated by TWAD Board for process requirements
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Old September 30th, 2011, 06:06 PM   #2706
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About NTPL JV power plant,


தூத்துக்குடி | Tuticorin NTPL JV power plant | 1000MW

Location : Tuticorin
Capacity : 2 x 500MW
Total cost of the project without IDC : 4909 Crores
Name of the contractor : Main plant contractor M/s. BHEL Zero date : 12.05.2008
Schedule date of commissioning : Unit I - Mar.2012
Unit II - Aug.2012

Present stage of the project :
Site preparation works are under progress. LOA issued to M/s L&T for coal handling system of the project.
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Old September 30th, 2011, 06:08 PM   #2707
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About udangudi power plant,


உடன்குடி/தூத்துக்குடி | Udangudi Power plant | 1600MW

Location : Udangudi near Trichendur
Capacity : 2 x 800MW
Total cost of the project without IDC : 9083 Crores
Name of the contractor : Yet to be finalised
Zero date : Yet to be fixed Schedule date of commissioning : Unit I - Mar.2013
Unit II- Sep.2013

Present stage of the project :
Preliminary works are completed. Site specific studies such as EIA study has been completed. Public hearing are over. On receipt of approval from state level CZMA(Coastal Zone Management Authority), application will be filed to the MOEF for Environmental clearance of the project.

http://www.tneb.in/template_3.php?te...d=0&subcid=167
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* தூத்துக்குடி | Tuticorin | Spic Electric Power Corporation (Private) Ltd (SEPC)


* தூத்துக்குடி | Tuticorin | Sri City Infrastructure Dev. Ltd | 1000 MW Power Plants


* மனப்பட் (தூத்துக்குடி) | Manapad (Tuticorin) | Ind-Barat Power Pvt. Ltd | 1320 MW Power Plant


* 1,000 MW with Neyveli Lignite Corporation at Tuticorin


* The TNEB also proposes 1,000 MW expansion on its own at Tuticorin
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Old September 30th, 2011, 07:22 PM   #2709
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Nice work joe!

Tuticorin is gonna be the future powerhouse of TN
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excellent work joe
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Old September 30th, 2011, 09:05 PM   #2711
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GREEN TECH FOUNDATION GIVE GOLD MEDAL FOR TUTICORIN PORT FOR WELL MAINTAINING THE SURROUNDING OF PORT. For the last 3 years tuticorin port got silver medal for this year 2011' tuticorin port got gold medal..central environmental welfare and environmental scientists give this precious award to tuticorin port


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Well done Tuty Port trust....

Thanks Joe!
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About udangudi power plant,


உடன்குடி/தூத்துக்குடி | Udangudi Power plant | 1600MW

Location : Udangudi near Trichendur
Capacity : 2 x 800MW
Total cost of the project without IDC : 9083 Crores
Name of the contractor : Yet to be finalised
Zero date : Yet to be fixed Schedule date of commissioning : Unit I - Mar.2013
Unit II- Sep.2013

Present stage of the project :
Preliminary works are completed. Site specific studies such as EIA study has been completed. Public hearing are over. On receipt of approval from state level CZMA(Coastal Zone Management Authority), application will be filed to the MOEF for Environmental clearance of the project.

http://www.tneb.in/template_3.php?te...d=0&subcid=167

This project cannot finish by 2013, as project has not obtained all clearance.

The NLC power project also will miss the 2012 dates.

I have done a compilation of all thermal plants coming up around tuticorin sometime back... will repost it and try it make some latest updates...
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Old September 30th, 2011, 09:42 PM   #2713
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Date : May 15th, 2010, 01:58 AM

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The number of thermal power plants proposed is increasing and I felt it is good to make an master list for quick reference at a single place.


1. Tuticorin Thermal Power Station (TTPS)

Location : Near Tuty Port
Capacity : 1050 MW (5 X 210 MW)
Status : Fully Operational
Last expansion on 1992
Coal transported by conveyor from Port
Proposed Expansion by another 1000 MW was shelved.

2. Ind Barath

Location : Within 2 Kms from bypass road junction on Madurai Road, approximately 28 Kms from Port
Capacity : 210 MW (some reports have 126 / 189 MW , confirmed capacity awaited)
Status : Trial Runs ongoing, operational in the month of May 2010 (this month)
Coal requirement will be transported by road.


3. Neyveli TamilNadu Power Ltd (NTPL)

Location : Near Tuty Port, besides TTPS
Capacity : 1000 MW (2 X 500 MW)
Status : Construction in progress, Operational by 2012
Coal to be transported by conveyor from Port

4. Coastal Energen (Mutiara Thermal Power Plant)

Location : 3 Kms Off ECR, approx 30 KMs from Tuty Port
Capacity : 1200 MW (2 X 600 MW)
Status : Construction in progress, Operational by 2012
Coal likely to be transported by road from Tuty Port
Expansions plans to 3600 MW plant

5. Sterlite Captive Thermal Plant
Location : On Madurai By-pass Road near Milavittan Railway Station or Sterlite Complex, Approx of 18 Kms from Tuty Port
Capacity : 160 MW (2 x 80 MW)
Status : Construction in progress, Operational by 2011
Coal likely to be transported by road (possibility of rail also)

6. Ind Barath
Location : Near Ottapidaram, Approx 25-30 Kms from Tuty Port
Capacity : 450 MW (3 x 150 MW)
Status : In the progress of getting clearances, operational by 2012
Coal likely to be transported by road (possibility of rail also)

7. SPIC Electric Company
Location : Near Tuty Port, Site not known
Capacity : 525 MW (Not confirmed)
Status : In feasibility analysis, operational by ????
Coal likely to be transported by conveyor (not confirmed)

Total Capacity : 4595 MW
Operational : 1050 MW

Every 200 MW plant requires around 1 million ton of coal. By 2012, another 3000 MW will be operational requiring around 15 million tonnes of coal to be imported by Tuty port. Of which nearly 10 million tonnes will be transported by road. Clearly the Tuty by-pass road needs an expansion to 6-lane by 2012.

Then I need to make mention about the other projects in Tuty District
1. Udangudi Power Corporation Ltd
Location : Before Udangudi, 11-12 Kms from Tiruchendur in ECR to Kanniyakumari
Capacity : 1600 MW (3 x 800 MW)
Status : In the progress of getting clearances, operational by 2015
Coal likely to be transported by conveyor

2. Ind Barath
Location : Near Manapad (Approx 25-30 Kms from Tiruchendur in ECR to Kanniyakumari)
Capacity : 1320 MW (2 x 660 MW)
Status : In the progress of getting clearances, operational by 2015
Coal likely to be transported by conveyor

There is also likelihood of another power plant proposal near Vembar (50 KMs from Tuty in ECR Road to Ramanathapuram), this is unconfirmed news but some kind of preliminary work is going on.

I will be updating the list whenever we get any status update on the above projects.

Cheers !
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Old September 30th, 2011, 09:46 PM   #2714
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On November 28th, 2010, 09:50 PM

Link : http://www.skyscrapercity.com/showpo...postcount=1505



Just thought of reposting an earlier compilation we have done on the list of thermal power plants coming in Tuty district. Hopefully during this year end vacation I will try to get some snaps. Cheers!

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The number of thermal power plants proposed is increasing and I felt it is good to make an master list for quick reference at a single place.


1. Tuticorin Thermal Power Station (TTPS)

Location : Near Tuty Port
Capacity : 1050 MW (5 X 210 MW)
Status : Fully Operational
Last expansion on 1992
Coal transported by conveyor from Port
Proposed Expansion by another 1000 MW was shelved.

2. Ind Barath

Location : Within 2 Kms from bypass road junction on Madurai Road, approximately 28 Kms from Port
Capacity : 210 MW (some reports have 126 / 189 MW , confirmed capacity awaited)
Status : Trial Runs ongoing, operational in the month of May 2010 (this month)
Coal requirement will be transported by road.


3. Neyveli TamilNadu Power Ltd (NTPL)

Location : Near Tuty Port, besides TTPS
Capacity : 1000 MW (2 X 500 MW)
Status : Construction in progress, Operational by 2012
Coal to be transported by conveyor from Port

4. Coastal Energen (Mutiara Thermal Power Plant)

Location : 3 Kms Off ECR, approx 30 KMs from Tuty Port
Capacity : 1200 MW (2 X 600 MW)
Status : Construction in progress, Operational by 2012
Coal likely to be transported by road from Tuty Port
Expansions plans to 3600 MW plant

5. Sterlite Captive Thermal Plant
Location : On Madurai By-pass Road near Milavittan Railway Station or Sterlite Complex, Approx of 18 Kms from Tuty Port
Capacity : 160 MW (2 x 80 MW)
Status : Construction in progress, Operational by 2011
Coal likely to be transported by road (possibility of rail also)

6. Ind Barath
Location : Near Ottapidaram, Approx 25-30 Kms from Tuty Port
Capacity : 450 MW (3 x 150 MW)
Status : In the progress of getting clearances, operational by 2012
Coal likely to be transported by road (possibility of rail also)

7. SPIC Electric Company
Location : Near Tuty Port, Site not known
Capacity : 525 MW (Not confirmed)
Status : In feasibility analysis, operational by ????
Coal likely to be transported by conveyor (not confirmed)

Total Capacity : 4595 MW
Operational : 1050 MW

Every 200 MW plant requires around 1 million ton of coal. By 2012, another 3000 MW will be operational requiring around 15 million tonnes of coal to be imported by Tuty port. Of which nearly 10 million tonnes will be transported by road. Clearly the Tuty by-pass road needs an expansion to 6-lane by 2012.

Then I need to make mention about the other projects in Tuty District
1. Udangudi Power Corporation Ltd
Location : Before Udangudi, 11-12 Kms from Tiruchendur in ECR to Kanniyakumari
Capacity : 1600 MW (3 x 800 MW)
Status : In the progress of getting clearances, operational by 2015
Coal likely to be transported by conveyor

2. Ind Barath
Location : Near Manapad (Approx 25-30 Kms from Tiruchendur in ECR to Kanniyakumari)
Capacity : 1320 MW (2 x 660 MW)
Status : In the progress of getting clearances, operational by 2015
Coal likely to be transported by conveyor

There is also likelihood of another power plant proposal near Vembar (50 KMs from Tuty in ECR Road to Ramanathapuram), this is unconfirmed news but some kind of preliminary work is going on.

I will be updating the list whenever we get any status update on the above projects.

Cheers !

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Update on September 2011


1. Tuticorin Thermal Power Station (TTPS)

Location : Near Tuty Port
Capacity : 1050 MW (5 X 210 MW)
Status : Fully Operational
Last expansion on 1992
Coal transported by conveyor from Port
Proposed Expansion by another 1000 MW was shelved. .
The proposed expansion is now revived and TNEB is now looking at a 1 X 800 MW after the new govt was formed.
Too early to see an application for clearance for this project.



2. Ind Barath

Location : Within 2 Kms from bypass road junction on Madurai Road, approximately 28 Kms from Port
Capacity : 210 MW (some reports have 126 / 189 MW , confirmed capacity awaited)
Status : Trial Runs ongoing, operational in the month of May 2010 (this month)
Current Status : Operational
Coal requirement will be transported by road.


3. Neyveli TamilNadu Power Ltd (NTPL)

Location : Near Tuty Port, besides TTPS
Capacity : 1000 MW (2 X 500 MW)
Status : Construction in progress, Operational by 2012
Current Status : In my opinion this will be operational by mid 2013
Refer one of the tenders from BHEL which is the main contractor for the plant construction. The tender is for 12 months and the start of the job is Oct 2011which is very unlikely.
http://www.bhelpssr.co.in/data/tende...ech%20spec.pdf

Coal to be transported by conveyor from Port

4. Coastal Energen (Mutiara Thermal Power Plant)

Location : 3 Kms Off ECR, approx 30 KMs from Tuty Port
Capacity : 1200 MW (2 X 600 MW)
Status : Construction in progress, Operational by 2012
Current Status : Not very sure on the current status. Good progress but not sure if it will be operational by 2012.

Coal likely to be transported by road from Tuty Port
Coal will be eventually transported by rail from the port using the Tuty-Madurai new line. The proposal for a coal jetty near their plant has not taken off
Expansions plans to 3600 MW plant
Public hearing for the first expansion 2 * 800 MW held in May 2011 , In general no news available in public about the project for a long time now.

5. Sterlite Captive Thermal Plant
Location : On Madurai By-pass Road near Milavittan Railway Station or Sterlite Complex, Approx of 18 Kms from Tuty Port
Capacity : 160 MW (2 x 80 MW)
Status : Construction in progress, Operational by 2011
Current Status : I dont know the current status of this project
Coal likely to be transported by road (possibility of rail also)
Coal will be transported by rail, rail slidings commissioned

6. Ind Barath
Location : Near Ottapidaram, Approx 25-30 Kms from Tuty Port
Capacity : 450 MW (3 x 150 MW)
Status : In the progress of getting clearances, operational by 2012
Current Status : Based on news this project will be operational as scheduled in 2012
Coal likely to be transported by road (possibility of rail also)

7. SPIC Electric Company
Location : Near Tuty Port, Site not known
Capacity : 525 MW (Not confirmed)
Status : In feasibility analysis, operational by ????
Current Status : Doubtful given the fact SPIC is still in trouble
Coal likely to be transported by conveyor (not confirmed)

Total Capacity : 4595 MW
Operational : 1050 MW

Every 200 MW plant requires around 1 million ton of coal. By 2012, another 3000 MW will be operational requiring around 15 million tonnes of coal to be imported by Tuty port. Of which nearly 10 million tonnes will be transported by road. Clearly the Tuty by-pass road needs an expansion to 6-lane by 2012.

Then I need to make mention about the other projects in Tuty District
1. Udangudi Power Corporation Ltd
Location : Before Udangudi, 11-12 Kms from Tiruchendur in ECR to Kanniyakumari
Capacity : 1600 MW (2 x 800 MW)
Status : In the progress of getting clearances, operational by 2015
Current Status : Govt working on speeding up the implementation, however it is likely to be operational only by 2015
Coal likely to be transported by conveyor
Govt is also looking at adding 1 more unit of 800MW, no dates as of now.

2. Ind Barath
Location : Near Manapad (Approx 25-30 Kms from Tiruchendur in ECR to Kanniyakumari)
Capacity : 1320 MW (2 x 660 MW)
Status : In the progress of getting clearances, operational by 2015
Current Status : On course for 2015
Coal likely to be transported by conveyor

There is also likelihood of another power plant proposal near Vembar (50 KMs from Tuty in ECR Road to Ramanathapuram), this is unconfirmed news but some kind of preliminary work is going on.

Current Status : No further news on the same

I will be updating the list whenever we get any status update on the above projects.

Cheers !

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Not sure if Coastal Energen will be getting clearance for this jetty at Pattinamaruthur.
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Coastal Regulation Zone Information
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Coastal Regulation Zone of Tuticorin District:



Geographic Location:

Tuticorin district coast extends from Vembar to south of Manappad. Geographically it is located between 8� 9'00''-9� 7'30'' N latitude and 78� 2'30''-78� 25'00''E longitude. This district covers an area of 4,621sq.km.

Fig: Coastal Regulation Zone Information of Tamil Nadu : Tuticorin District

Physiography:

There are two physiographic features in the coast of Tuticorin district. That is in the coastal belt between Vembar to Thiruchendur, there are raised beaches with sand bars parallel to the present coastline. The sand bars are trend towards north to south direction. In the coastal area between Thiruchendur to Manappad , there are sanddune and terridune complexes.

Geology:

The stretch comprises mainly of Archeans Quaternary and recent geological formations.

Geomorphology:

The following coastal geomorphologic features commonly occur in the coast.


*Beach
*Beach ridges
*Cliffed coast.
*Sand dunes
*Beach Terraces
*Spits
*Caspates

*Salt marsh
*Terrisand

The coast line from Vembar to Tiruchendur is developed by sediment accretion except for the Thiruchendur and Manappad which have cliffed coast resulting from erosions of mounds of Quaternary sediments. South of Tuticorin, near the mouth of Korampallam odai, huge sand bar has developed into a northward trending beach cap 4km from the main shore. The south of Tiruchendur coastline is marked by a narrow beach, beyond which extends the coastal ridge from Manapadu to Kudangulam over which sand dunes and beach terraces have developed. The quaternary sandstones are exposed as wave cut platform the entire coast from Periyatalai to Uvari.

Natural Resources:
Water


Sedimentary formations are traversed in coastal area, comprising of sand, clay, sandstone, calcareous sand with shell inclusion, laterite, Archaean formation, granite gneisses, charnockite, pegmatite and quartzite. Dug cum bore wells and shallow tube wells are prominent in this area. The water table has been highly depleted due for extraction of ground water for irrigation.
Mineral
This coastal belt is rich in garnet, ilmenite and monazite sands. Near the mouth of Kallar and Vaipar river mouths concentrations of ilmenite and garnet sands are observed.
Flora and Fauna
From Surangudi to Tuticorin the sea is filled with occasional coral reefs and algal patches. There are submerged huge rocky patches which themselves form an ecosystem of algae, sea fans and pearl oysters. The coastal region between Vilathikulam, Ottapidaram and Srivaikundam taluks have extensive backwater areas. From Tuticorin to Chinnamuttam the coast is absolutely sandy and is the best nesting ground of sea turtles.

Human Settlements:

Tuticorin district comprises of nine-taluk viz. Tuticorin, Vilattikulam, Kovilpatti, Ottappidaram, Srivaikundam, Tiruchchendur, Sattankulam and sankarankovil. The important occupation of this district people is cultivation, fisheries and other marine related occupations. The total population of this district is 14,55,920 in this 7,09,760 are males and 7,46,160 are females.

Tourism:


Ayanar Sunai, Panchalam Kurichi, Kazhugumalai, Ettayapuram and Tiruchendur are important tourist spots in this district.

Industries:

This sector of Tamil Nadu coast entails major activities such as harbour fishing, salt production, shell fishing etc. The industrial activities include Fertilizer, Chemical units, Heavy water Project and Thermal power Station.

Climate:

The factors that influence the climate of this stretch are the two monsoon winds, the proximity of sea and the dwindling height of the Western Ghats. Due to the absence of hill ranges of considerable height, the monsoons do not precipitate heavy showers. The southwest monsoon also brings showers in the months of June and July and this season is locally called as Saral

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great updates.

You made my work easier. I am preparing an excel list for the 63,000MW project under proposal, planned, construction, commissioning for TN. You have excellently compiled for Tuticorin area.. With your permission you can I use these status for my sheet?

After compiling everyone, I will post it in our power thread.

Many projects in Nagai and Cuddalore area looks to be mere paper project. But yet even if TN can make 25% of that 63,000MW by 2020 we will back in full swing for industrialization.

Un-interrupted power and also cheap tarric is the main key for fast industrialization.
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Tuticorin-Dwarka Express train from March next: DRM

Tuticorin-Dwarka express train (Vivek Express) services, which were announced in the current railway budget, will be introduced before March, 2012, A.K. Goel, Divisional Railway Manager, Southern Railway, Madurai, has said here on Friday.

After getting an approval from the Railway Safety Commissioner, the bypass railway line, which is adjacent to Vanchi Maniyachi, would be thrown open to passenger trains from Tuticorin to Tirunelveli and vice versa, he replied on a query.

Passage of trains along bypass track to Tirunelveli could reduce journey hours much to the likes of passengers, he said.

On electrification project for cargo trains, he said that erection of poles with power lines was at the nearing stage of completion but transformer facilities at power sub-stations had to be set up alongside, subsequently.

The project was likely to be commissioned after six months, he said. A team of track men had been involved in executing night patrol along railway tracks to avert any attempts of sabotage.

Surveillance had been increased onboard trains to ensure safety of passengers, Mr. Goel said. Mr. Goel along with officials, including T. Venkatasubramanian, Additional Divisional Railway Manager, and S.R. Raguraman, Senior Divisional Operating Manager, were at Milavittan railway station on the inauguration of railway siding project of Sterlite Copper.

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Old October 1st, 2011, 08:26 AM   #2720
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Do you have the link for this article ? the image is not so visible to understand what is marked.. Thanks!
i'm also not able to get a clear image.. search in google images - coastal regulation zone map. click it and enter into that website
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