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Old June 12th, 2013, 05:11 AM   #6321
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Old June 12th, 2013, 05:28 AM   #6322
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Sterlite is good for our economy but everyone must accept that it emits pollution. People nearby sterlite had their soil tested and it had 10 times higher cadmium, arsenic levels. But it's no good it should have never been in that place had it been in a place like dcw near sea they wouldn't have faced any problems. No other place is going to accept sterlite they will face strong opposition being the only copper plant in India they are not going to close it. So only option is to use it to our advantage in the best possible way and plz don't accept any more dirt industry in our city. in the recent report by health organisation which was presented a few months ago tuticorin is the unprecedented king of pollution by a massive margin ahead of hubli, Coimbatore, salem.
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Sterlite is not the only copper smelter in India.

One question to anyone who opposes Sterlite. Where is Housing near Sterlite. Only Sterlite quarters opposite to Main Plant entrance. Secondly the nearest village in madathur. It is fully inside the SIPCOT. it is nearly three kms away from sterlite. Then how can people near sterlite complain that their life is affected. No person in madathur or purdur pandiyapuram complain.

Secondly, Sterlite cannot be placed near sea. We have the biosphere and any polluting industry cannot be placed near sea to 15 Kms. Hence, the fine of Rs. 100 crores to Sterlite.

As already said by our Blackpearl, only after 2009 and above the pollution has occurred, due to other major power plants etc.

"The Bhopal disaster, also referred to as the Bhopal gas tragedy, was a gas leak incident in India, considered the world's worst industrial disaster.[1] It occurred on the night of 2–3 December 1984 at the Union Carbide India Limited (UCIL) pesticide plant in Bhopal, Madhya Pradesh. Over 500,000 people were exposed to methyl isocyanate gas and other chemicals. The toxic substance made its way in and around the shantytowns located near the plant.[2] Estimates vary on the death toll. The official immediate death toll was 2,259. The government of Madhya Pradesh confirmed a total of 3,787 deaths related to the gas release.[3] Others estimate 8,000 died within two weeks and another 8,000 or more have since died from gas-related diseases.[4][5] A government affidavit in 2006 stated the leak caused 558,125 injuries including 38,478 temporary partial injuries and approximately 3,900 severely and permanently disabling injuries."

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bhopal_disaster

It is an indication that the Bhopal plant is pesticide plant and not a copper smelter. We have our pesticide plant " SPIC" and "TAC". Who opposes it>?

Hence people fear of Bhopal like incident is baseless.

If still you people say that Sterlite only pollutes or all bla bla bla. then you have been mesmerized by the Vaiko type people. They have political and financial gains. But people who hear, sorry for them

The people who say TAMIL TAMIL have their children and grand children studying in foreign convents. not even a single subject Tamil. But you???????

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Old June 12th, 2013, 06:05 AM   #6323
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Smelter Plant, Birla Copper
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Phone : 912641256004/5/6/9 extn 2034
Fax : 912641256002/3
Email : birlacopper@adityabirla.com

Sterlite is not the only copper smelter in India.

One question to anyone who opposes Sterlite. Where is Housing near Sterlite. Only Sterlite quarters opposite to Main Plant entrance. Secondly the nearest village in madathur. It is fully inside the SIPCOT. it is nearly three kms away from sterlite. Then how can people near sterlite complain that their life is affected. No person in madathur or purdur pandiyapuram complain.

Secondly, Sterlite cannot be placed near sea. We have the biosphere and any polluting industry cannot be placed near sea to 15 Kms. Hence, the fine of Rs. 100 crores to Sterlite.

As already said by our Blackpearl, only after 2009 and above the pollution has occurred, due to other major power plants etc.

"The Bhopal disaster, also referred to as the Bhopal gas tragedy, was a gas leak incident in India, considered the world's worst industrial disaster.[1] It occurred on the night of 2–3 December 1984 at the Union Carbide India Limited (UCIL) pesticide plant in Bhopal, Madhya Pradesh. Over 500,000 people were exposed to methyl isocyanate gas and other chemicals. The toxic substance made its way in and around the shantytowns located near the plant.[2] Estimates vary on the death toll. The official immediate death toll was 2,259. The government of Madhya Pradesh confirmed a total of 3,787 deaths related to the gas release.[3] Others estimate 8,000 died within two weeks and another 8,000 or more have since died from gas-related diseases.[4][5] A government affidavit in 2006 stated the leak caused 558,125 injuries including 38,478 temporary partial injuries and approximately 3,900 severely and permanently disabling injuries."

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bhopal_disaster

It is an indication that the Bhopal plant is pesticide plant and not a copper smelter. We have our pesticide plant " SPIC" and "TAC". Who opposes it>?

Hence people fear of Bhopal like incident is baseless.

If still you people say that Sterlite only pollutes or all bla bla bla. then you have been mesmerized by the Vaiko type people. They have political and financial gains. But people who hear, sorry for them

The people who say TAMIL TAMIL have their children and grand children studying in foreign convents. not even a single subject Tamil. But you???????


no need to bring in Tamil here, Vaiko is doing politics like many others and without some truth people would not come in support of him. Sterlite should make effort to convince people that it takes strict pollution control measures. I feel Vaiko is doing good and he should not stop only with this issue.

The last time i went to my native i could see the Tamirabarani river the lifeline of Tnelveli and Tuti district in some places had become dumpyards. Ordinary people do not have powers to stop such things. There are some companies that started sucking the already depleted water source and the govt officials and local leaders were only after money without any care for the other environmental impact of their deeds.
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Old June 12th, 2013, 07:03 AM   #6324
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Four killed in fire at matchstick unit in Tamil Nadu

can we stop all the match factories in tuticorin, because of these fire accidents.???????????????????????????????????????????

http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/c...w/20538632.cms

we need technology in the matchstick, fireworks companies. major fire accidents are only from sivakasi and kovilpatti. still india are far behind the china in introducing the technology, No report of major fire accidents from the Japan and china companies. It happens only in india.
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Old June 12th, 2013, 07:18 AM   #6325
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Smelter Plant, Birla Copper
India / Gujarat / Ghogha /
http://wikimapia.org/687680/Smelter-Plant-Birla-Copper

http://www.birlacopper.com/

Hindalco Industries Ltd
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Dist Bharuch Gujrat
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Phone : 912641256004/5/6/9 extn 2034
Fax : 912641256002/3
Email : birlacopper@adityabirla.com

Sterlite is not the only copper smelter in India.

One question to anyone who opposes Sterlite. Where is Housing near Sterlite. Only Sterlite quarters opposite to Main Plant entrance. Secondly the nearest village in madathur. It is fully inside the SIPCOT. it is nearly three kms away from sterlite. Then how can people near sterlite complain that their life is affected. No person in madathur or purdur pandiyapuram complain.

Secondly, Sterlite cannot be placed near sea. We have the biosphere and any polluting industry cannot be placed near sea to 15 Kms. Hence, the fine of Rs. 100 crores to Sterlite.

As already said by our Blackpearl, only after 2009 and above the pollution has occurred, due to other major power plants etc.

"The Bhopal disaster, also referred to as the Bhopal gas tragedy, was a gas leak incident in India, considered the world's worst industrial disaster.[1] It occurred on the night of 2–3 December 1984 at the Union Carbide India Limited (UCIL) pesticide plant in Bhopal, Madhya Pradesh. Over 500,000 people were exposed to methyl isocyanate gas and other chemicals. The toxic substance made its way in and around the shantytowns located near the plant.[2] Estimates vary on the death toll. The official immediate death toll was 2,259. The government of Madhya Pradesh confirmed a total of 3,787 deaths related to the gas release.[3] Others estimate 8,000 died within two weeks and another 8,000 or more have since died from gas-related diseases.[4][5] A government affidavit in 2006 stated the leak caused 558,125 injuries including 38,478 temporary partial injuries and approximately 3,900 severely and permanently disabling injuries."

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bhopal_disaster

It is an indication that the Bhopal plant is pesticide plant and not a copper smelter. We have our pesticide plant " SPIC" and "TAC". Who opposes it>?

Hence people fear of Bhopal like incident is baseless.

If still you people say that Sterlite only pollutes or all bla bla bla. then you have been mesmerized by the Vaiko type people. They have political and financial gains. But people who hear, sorry for them

The people who say TAMIL TAMIL have their children and grand children studying in foreign convents. not even a single subject Tamil. But you???????

No one said that Sterlite is the only industry that is polluting tuticorin. If you take in that way sorry i couldn't help you. Please don't talk about tamil here unnecessarily no one started talking. I strongly mentioned one thing don't bring any more dirt industry because even before the start of sepc, nlc, cep the pollution of our city is at an highly alarming level. That's that i neva came here to argue that Sterlite is bla bla...
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Old June 12th, 2013, 07:19 AM   #6326
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no need to bring in Tamil here, Vaiko is doing politics like many others and without some truth people would not come in support of him. Sterlite should make effort to convince people that it takes strict pollution control measures. I feel Vaiko is doing good and he should not stop only with this issue.

The last time i went to my native i could see the Tamirabarani river the lifeline of Tnelveli and Tuti district in some places had become dumpyards. Ordinary people do not have powers to stop such things. There are some companies that started sucking the already depleted water source and the govt officials and local leaders were only after money without any care for the other environmental impact of their deeds.
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we should encourage good politicians like vaiko and communist party leader because they only fought for poor peoples

High court protects the Tamiraparani river by ordering "Sand mining is not allowed for 5 years". this is possible because of these leaders. But still sand mining are happening in tirunelveli and tuticorin districts because of ADMK and DMK leaders who are not doing this job. they encourage the corruption in Govt sectors. proud to have Tamiraparani river which flowing all over the year even in drought condition. if you go to vaigai and cauvery flowing areas like madurai, tiruchy, tanjore, salem etc , they have no water in this river. we should thanks to these leader like vaiko and communist party leader

Low knowledge people in tuticorin get aware of what happening around the Sterlite company.

this makes the pressure on sterlite and other companies to make the more safest. i support the sterlite to reopen but assure of people health condition beacuse 2000 families are dependent on sterlite
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Old June 12th, 2013, 07:36 AM   #6327
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no need to bring in Tamil here, Vaiko is doing politics like many others and without some truth people would not come in support of him. Sterlite should make effort to convince people that it takes strict pollution control measures. I feel Vaiko is doing good and he should not stop only with this issue.
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Tuticorin has never changed in regards to dumping of garbage. Normally, if you reside for sometime in Bangalore and come back to Chennai, you will feel, it is a dumpyard. It is natural.

Again for the last 10 years the garbage disposal system has greatly changed in Tuticorin. They are dumped outside on Tuticorin - tharuvaikulam road. There are enough facilities for garbage disposal. The mayor and others are doing their best. Regarding the sand on the roads, works are being undertaken to solve the same with the help of Highways department.

Regarding Vaiko, The supposed sterlite emissions took on 23rd. Vaiko entered on 28th. people started agitation Sterlite stopped on 30th. My question is
1) What work does Vaiko does i.e what are his earnings
2) How can be run a political party without any supporters and income agencies
3) Why is he always opposed to industries in particularly tuticorin district.
4) If he really against pollution, why not he stage dharna near Kodankulam. There too major problems. it is also inside the biosphere. he is not there.
5) He has never opposed SPIC, or TAC. both are pesticide companies ruining the sea water.
6) What good has he done for his constituency, Vilathikulam. People in that area hate Vaiko. He has not even raised a voice for vilathikulam. If you visit that place, you will find it very dry without anything for more than 20-30 kms stretch on any direction. No agriculture, no houses, no water. Even the proposed colleges have not come. We belong to the Vilathikulam constutency. He cant even get 10 votes from the total constituency

He tried to oppose the liquor manufacturers in TN. got sum bash from them and then finally quieted. he staged a walk. but now silent.

I am not against any politicians. But be careful of such people who make money from your ignorance and support.
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Old June 12th, 2013, 07:40 AM   #6328
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we should encourage good politicians like vaiko and communist party leader because they only fought for poor peoples

High court protects the Tamiraparani river by ordering "Sand mining is not allowed for 5 years". this is possible because of these leaders. But still sand mining are happening in tirunelveli and tuticorin districts because of ADMK and DMK leaders who are not doing this job. they encourage the corruption in Govt sectors. proud to have Tamiraparani river which flowing all over the year even in drought condition. if you go to vaigai and cauvery flowing areas like madurai, tiruchy, tanjore, salem etc , they have no water in this river. we should thanks to these leader like vaiko and communist party leader

Low knowledge people in tuticorin get aware of what happening around the Sterlite company.

this makes the pressure on sterlite and other companies to make the more safest. i support the sterlite to reopen but assure of people health condition beacuse 2000 families are dependent on sterlite
He did not raise voice against Sand Mining in his own constituency. In vaipar river, every day more than 2500 lorries stole sand. He did not even mention a single word on it. Three times road was laid in one year because of this sand smuggling. There are real leaders. But do not say Vaiko.

Again, as per geology, Tamparaparani is a perennial river and all others are seasonal (only due to rain). FYI.
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12,000 saplings fall prey to new layouts

Twelve thousand saplings, planted by the Tamil Nadu Road Sector Project (TNRSP), have been destroyed in various parts of the State in the last one year, mainly due to formation of new layouts.

The project is an arm of the State Highways Department under its road widening project. Funded by the World Bank, it is being implemented on two stretches – one from Arcot to Tiruvarur and from Nagapattinam to Tuticorin.

K. Asokan, Assistant Conservator of Forests, who is on deputation to the project, said in most places saplings were destroyed during the formation of new layouts; and, in a few other places, they were damaged or burnt by vandals.

Efforts were on to create awareness among people about the raising of saplings along highways, he said. Under the project, 86,500 saplings were planted at a cost of Rs 4.05 crore.

The saplings are maintained for two years. On an average, maintaining a sapling for a year required Rs 300, according to Mr. Asokan.

D. Vijayabaskaran of Green Cross Exnora, who is engaged in planting saplings in and around Alwarpet here on his own, faces a similar problem. He says that in the city, whenever a showroom came up or a new shop opened, the first victim would be a sapling. Passers-by either broke the branches or destroyed the saplings.

Naturalists complain that there is no legal provision to penalise those cutting trees or damaging growing saplings.

A Forest department officer said as per the guidelines of the Madras High Court, if a tree on a road is cut, 10 saplings have to be planted to compensate the felling. The World Bank, during a project funded by it, insisted that four saplings have to be planted when a tree is removed on the highway.

Absence of strict laws results in such violations.

The State government should take steps to introduce legal provisions to penalise the offenders severely, the naturalists added.

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Tuticorin has never changed in regards to dumping of garbage. Normally, if you reside for sometime in Bangalore and come back to Chennai, you will feel, it is a dumpyard. It is natural.

Again for the last 10 years the garbage disposal system has greatly changed in Tuticorin. They are dumped outside on Tuticorin - tharuvaikulam road. There are enough facilities for garbage disposal. The mayor and others are doing their best. Regarding the sand on the roads, works are being undertaken to solve the same with the help of Highways department.

Regarding Vaiko, The supposed sterlite emissions took on 23rd. Vaiko entered on 28th. people started agitation Sterlite stopped on 30th. My question is
1) What work does Vaiko does i.e what are his earnings
2) How can be run a political party without any supporters and income agencies
3) Why is he always opposed to industries in particularly tuticorin district.
4) If he really against pollution, why not he stage dharna near Kodankulam. There too major problems. it is also inside the biosphere. he is not there.
5) He has never opposed SPIC, or TAC. both are pesticide companies ruining the sea water.
6) What good has he done for his constituency, Vilathikulam. People in that area hate Vaiko. He has not even raised a voice for vilathikulam. If you visit that place, you will find it very dry without anything for more than 20-30 kms stretch on any direction. No agriculture, no houses, no water. Even the proposed colleges have not come. We belong to the Vilathikulam constutency. He cant even get 10 votes from the total constituency

He tried to oppose the liquor manufacturers in TN. got sum bash from them and then finally quieted. he staged a walk. but now silent.

I am not against any politicians. But be careful of such people who make money from your ignorance and support.

I am not talking about garbage in Tuticorin, i have little idea now about that. I am talking about garbage inside river bed or the sides of it. Tuticorin city gets its drinking water from here, which will be a major health problem.

I am not sure about your questions regarding Vaiko, but i think without people support he cant do such things against a big company like Sterlite.

But for a small city like Tuti, the number of polluting industries are more. new ones should be started in faraway places, like in the north of the district where there is very sparse population.
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I am not talking about garbage in Tuticorin, i have little idea now about that. I am talking about garbage inside river bed or the sides of it. Tuticorin city gets its drinking water from here, which will be a major health problem.

I am not sure about your questions regarding Vaiko, but i think without people support he cant do such things against a big company like Sterlite.

But for a small city like Tuti, the number of polluting industries are more. new ones should be started in faraway places, like in the north of the district where there is very sparse population.
Ok got your point. you are talking of tirunelveli. The water is treated at Vallanad and sent to Tuticorin distribution. even fourth water line is approved and work started.

Mr. Vaiko does not have any support from people. he has taken 8 years o repeated appeals for stopping Sterlite. The same was immediately Stayed by Supreme court. But in the event of March 23, the people did not strike initially against sterlite. but only on advent of Vaiko, this was taken place.

Tuti is not a small city, it has the potential of becoming the world's most preferred industrial site. It has one of the safest ports in all the world and that too around the year. Well connected with railways and roadways, availability of more than 20,000 acres of empty industrial lands. etc

But it is less industrialized than cuddalore and Hosur,that have come-up only in 10-15 years. The projects like Tata titanium etc have been sent back only by political intrusion.

Hence, please be aware and stop supporting such politicians, who work for their own gains.

We want more of sterlite, power plants, Sethu project, automobile industry, chemical industry etc
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my point to stress is that as we have our due respect for industrialisation , but justful respect to environment should also be due. No chemical industry is free from pollution, but a rescue act for the environment should be in balance. there are other form of industries like engineering, automobile, IT ..etc but none other than mere chemical industries are flowing into tuticorin that makes me feel that tamilnadu is a state with chennai as its mouth and tuty as its ass, all polluting industries are only here. can anyone name one single industry in tuty that is not polluting the environment. green zones should be maintained in excess to perform a rescue act and other forms of industries should be encouraged in future and not chemical anymore
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my point to stress is that as we have our due respect for industrialisation , but justful respect to environment should also be due. No chemical industry is free from pollution, but a rescue act for the environment should be in balance. there are other form of industries like engineering, automobile, IT ..etc but none other than mere chemical industries are flowing into tuticorin that makes me feel that tamilnadu is a state with chennai as its mouth and tuty as its ass, all polluting industries are only here. can anyone name one single industry in tuty that is not polluting the environment. green zones should be maintained in excess to perform a rescue act and other forms of industries should be encouraged in future and not chemical anymore
Well most of us from south of Chennai get to see only the southern and central side of Chennai... take a drive from Chennai Port towards Thiruvottiyur, Manali and Ennore and you will know how many chemical factories are there in Chennai.... it is much higher than tuticorin.... yes there is no copper smelter, but then there is fertilizer plant, oil refinery, ennore power plant - the oldest plant in TN, North Chennai TP, Vallur TP...

Yes completely agreed that the environment should be preserved at all costs.. and we should not allow any more thermal and chemical plants in tuticorin.. may be they can come up in places 30km beyond tuticorin town area where vast areas of land is still available.. take for example Maniyachi which has good railway connectivity but largely under developed and the northern region of Ettayapuram and Vilathikulam taluks.

We should also make sure that the existing plants follow pollution control measures and there should be zero tolerance towards polluting industries and strict fines imposed.. Also TNPCB should take environment impact assessment of Tuticorin as a whole and not set norms for individual factories. The norms should be set at the region level so that the sum of emissions of all factories will be within the permissible norms.
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TNSTC Tuticorin to be operational from this december.Due this we may have more buses,new routes,increased frequencies and new buses to our city as well as district....
Source:Today's Dinamalar newspaper.......
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Source:Today's Dinamalar newspaper.......

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Thanks for sharing this good news. If TNSTC Tuticorin connects primarily Tuticorin with Kearla and Delta cities of TamilNadu, it will spare us from writing for trains to these regions and concentrate more on trains that connects Tuticorin with New Delhi, Kolkata and Mumbai.
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தூத்துக்குடி மாவட்டத்தில் உயர்கல்வி படிக்கும் குழந்தை தொழிலாளர் மாணவர்களுக்கு நிதிஉதவி கலெக்டர் ஆஷிஷ்குமார் வழங்கினார்

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தூத்துக்குடியில் சூறைக்காற்றில் மரங்கள் மின்கம்பங்கள் சாய்ந்தன

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Old June 13th, 2013, 05:17 AM   #6339
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HC reprieve for 15,000 salt pan workers in Tuticorin

MADURAI: In a major relief to about 15,000 people engaged in salt pans in Tuticorin district, the Madurai bench of the Madras high court has stayed the order of the tahsildar's demanding land from the salt producers in Mullakadu village.


On June 3, the tahsildar passed orders directing the salt producers in Mullakadu village in the district to handover their land to the authorities for the construction of a new shipping yard.

Challenging the order, the Kovalam Pasuvandarai Thanpadu Siriya Alavu Uppu Urpathiyalargal Sangam represented by its secretary P Sekar filed a writ petition before the Madras high court bench.

When the matter came up before Justice N Kirubakaran for admission, the petitioner's counsel reminded the court about the 'Salt Satyagraha' agitation conducted by Mahatma Gandhi in 1930.

The counsel said that to oppose the harassment by the British at that time, Gandhi staged the protest. Now, the authorities have passed orders depriving the rights of the salt producers in Mullakadu, which has about 15,000 people engaged in salt production and that they are not aware of any other work other than this, he contended.

To protect the people engaged in salt production, the government have given them land on lease for many years now fixing the lease rent at Rs 2 per acre. The lease period ended on June 30, 2003.

Following the expiry of lease in 2003, a representation for renewal of lease was sent to the state's revenue secretary and the same is still pending. In the meantime, the authorities passed orders affecting the livelihood of salt producers, the counsel said.

The court was also told that even though there is an alternative and suitable place in Kulasekarapattinam for the new shipping yard, which requires land of not less than nine metres depth, the authorities have chosen the present site at Mullakadu without conducting a feasibility study.

Besides, the present project at the proposed site will fetch huge amounts from the state exchequer to excavate the sand available within three metres of depth in Mullakadu, the counsel added.

Following it, the judge stayed the tahsildar's order and ordered notice to the revenue secretary, the district collector of Tuticorin and two others and posted the matter to July 1.

It may be recalled that people involved in salt production in the district staged a protest on May 27 in front of the collectorate along with their family members opposing the authorities' act to take over their land for the construction of state's first ship building yard in the village.

Within one week of the protest, the tahsildar passed orders against their wishes.

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Old June 13th, 2013, 05:25 AM   #6340
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Ashwin,

Thanks for sharing this good news. If TNSTC Tuticorin connects primarily Tuticorin with Kearla and Delta cities of TamilNadu, it will spare us from writing for trains to these regions and concentrate more on trains that connects Tuticorin with New Delhi, Kolkata and Mumbai.
Great News.

Can someone scan an post the same.
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