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Old April 19th, 2013, 10:21 AM   #4821
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Kerala water authority told to install pipelines


KANNUR: Chief minister Oommen Chandy has said that a strategy will be formed to address the water needs of the district and instructed all the MLAs from the district to hold meetings in their respective constituencies within three days to finalize the same.

"There is no fund constraint to implement schemes to resolve the water crisis in the state and if there is any administrative hurdles, that will be overcome to ensure that every person gets the drinking water," he said at the review meeting here on Thursday to evaluate the measures taken to handle the drought situation in the district as well as the drinking water scarcity in the district.

Since the Kerala Water Authority have already prepared a list of 34 locations where the drinking water pipelines can be extended using the existing projects, the chief minister also asked them to immediately install the pipelines and provide water.

The pipeline extension would require 125 km of pipes and the entire work is expected to cost around Rs 12.6 crore.

He said the government has given administrative sanction to the project for installing distribution pipeline in Kannur municipality, which would cost Rs 29 crore.

"Considering the emergency of the situation, we have also decided to relax the tender process to procure the pipes and other items for the emergency works in the state and it can be purchased in the same rate that was given by the district level purchase committee last year," he said.

In response to the complaint raised in the meeting that the Kerala State Electricity Board is not giving power connection to some water supply schemes of the local bodies as well as the KWA as they have to get huge dues from them, the chief minister said that the KSEB has been instructed to give the power connection till May 31 even if they have to collect the dues.

"Our plan is to streamline some long-term projects, including the conservation of the water bodies, building check dams, cleaning of wells and also water harvesting apart from water supply schemes, at the same time addressing the immediate needs of water," said Chandy, adding that all the ongoing projects should be completed within a year.

The chief minister also instructed the officials to immediately give water connections to all those who have applied for connection in the Japan-aided drinking water scheme. He also asked the officials to explore the possibility of linking the smalltime water supply projects with this scheme.

Referring to Pazhassi project, he said the shutters of the Pazhassi dam should be repaired immediately and asked district collector Rathan Kelkar to monitor the work to make sure that it is completed in time.

In the backdrop of the complaints that the rate given by the authorities to the tankers that supply drinking water is less, the CM gave the power to the district collector to take a decision on the rate based on the locations where the drinking water is supplied.

In view of the festival in Kottiyur temple in May last week, the authorities have been asked to address the water needs there immediately.

The meeting was also attended by ministers P J Joseph, K C Joseph, K P Mohanan, Adoor Prakash and also the people's representatives and senior officials of the district.
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Old April 19th, 2013, 10:22 AM   #4822
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Efforts will be made to get NAAC accreditation to Kannur varsity: Vice-chancellor

KOCHI: Kannur University's new vice-chancellor Khader Mangad has said that he will immediately make all efforts to get the National Assessment and Accreditation Council (NAAC) to the university within six months.

"As part of the efforts to get NAAC accreditation, the university will take steps to appoint permanent teachers in the academic departments, and put pressure on the government in this regard," he said after assuming the charge in the university on Thursday. The vice chancellor also said the university will provide all support to the colleges affiliated to the university to get NAAC accreditation.

Though Kannur University is a prominent university in the state, it is far behind of other universities when it comes to development and this problem will be effectively addressed he said, and added that the university will develop all infrastructure facilities for serious researches, which is the aim of a university. The plan is to develop the university as a post doctoral research centre, said Khader Mangad.

Also, steps will be taken to speed up the work of the university's central library building in the Thavakkara campus in Kannur town.

Since more than 14000 degree certificates are pending to be distributed to the students, the university will take steps to distribute the same at the earliest, and for this purpose temporary staff will be appointed, he added.

Also, steps will be taken to connect all the campuses by a computer network and the computerization of the university under the e-governance project will be completed before December, said the vice-chancellor.
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Old April 19th, 2013, 10:26 AM   #4823
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Funds promised to bring more villages under water supply



Chief Minister Oommen Chandy has said that the government will allocate funds for completing Kerala Water Authority’s (KWA) technically feasible proposals for pipeline extension to expand the area of water supply in the rural areas in the district as part of drought-relief measures.

The Chief Minister told a meeting held here on Thursday to review the drought-relief measures taken that the KWA had already finalised 34 proposals for extending the existing pipeline. These proposals envisaging a pipeline extension of a total 125 km was estimated at Rs.12.6 crore and was expected to benefit 10,000 households. He said that if the KWA could submit a report to the government by Friday, special fund would be sanctioned for carrying out the work.

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The Chief Minister announced that work on the Rs.29-crore project for replacing the existing water distribution pipeline in the Kannur municipal area had already been awarded.

Mr. Chandy said that as the State was now experiencing serious drought situation, panchayats had been given permissive sanction till May 31 for utilising up to Rs.5 lakh for work relating to water supply. The municipalities could spend up to Rs.10 lakh. The local bodies lacking own funds could utilise unspent funds in the last fiscal, he said.

Shortage of vehicles for supplying water being a major problem, the District Collector was given total freedom to take a decision on fixing rates for hiring the vehicles. A decision had already been taken to reschedule load-shedding in areas having water supply pumping facilities and treatment plants, to ensure that power disruption would be during a fixed time every day. The Chief Minister said that the government’s clear message was that water should be supplied in vehicles wherever there was water shortage. In a bid to avoid delay in the work tendering process, the government had allowed the departments and agencies concerned to adopt limited tender till May 31 to complete the process of awarding work related to water supply in three days.

Mr. Chandy said that administrative sanction for water supply-related work estimated at Rs.20 lakh each could be given at the district level till May 31.

He said top priority would be given for repairing and replacing damaged shutters of the barrage of Pazhassi reservoir.
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Old April 19th, 2013, 10:28 AM   #4824
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Pariyaram college takeover after talks, says Chandy

Chief Minister Oommen Chandy has said that a decision on the proposed takeover of the Pariyaram and Kochi medical colleges, now under the cooperative sector, will be taken through consultation with all concerned after getting reports from the respective District Collectors who have been directed to assess the assets and liabilities of the medical colleges.

To queries from mediapersons here on Thursday regarding Kerala Pradesh Congress Committee president Ramesh Chennithala’s reported assurance during his meeting with Communist Marxist Party (CMP) leader M.V. Raghavan that all procedures for the takeover of the Pariyaram medical college would be suspended till further consultation with the CMP leader, Mr. Chandy said he did not know the context in which Mr. Chennithala had made his statement.

The Collectors of Kannur and Ernakulam had been asked to assess the assets of the Kochi and Pariyaram medical colleges respectively. After the government got the reports, decisions would be taken after consulting with all people concerned, he added.

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Old April 19th, 2013, 07:28 PM   #4825
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MIMS , SIMS hospital projects in Kannur

I just read an old news article published in 'Hindu' . it was confusing. anybody know about this projects and future hospital projects in Kerala.

http://www.hindu.com/2007/06/12/stor...1207860300.htm

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An eco-friendly campus for varsity

The Kannur University’s new campus, which is coming up in this town, is all set to be an eco-friendly campus and a model for other campuses to be followed.

New Vice Chancellor of the university KhaderMangad has announced that the campus coming up at Thavakkara, which is close to the heart of this town, will be developed as an eco-friendly campus.

The new campus will include the administrative block and the university central library, among others. It will be the field for implementing various environment-friendly and conservational projects included in the university budget for 2013-14.

Major attractions of the campus at Thavakkara will be greenhouse herbal garden, solar energy system for the power requirement of the campus, a pond spread over 1.25 acre area, and an eco-friendly garden. The university budget has made an allocation of Rs.2 crore for the conservational and eco-friendly activities, as 2013-14 is being observed as solar energy year.

Solar plans

The university’s plan is to develop solar energy parks on all its campuses. Syndicate member K. Sajeev, who is in charge of developmental activities, says the university will rope in the services of ANERT for this. Equally important are the rainwater harvesting and water conservation activities planned by the university. The artificial pond being developed on the campus will be a model wetland area, he adds.

Agri park

Also planned is an agricultural park to be named ‘Kulirvanam.’

Though a library building was planned to be completed by January last, the work for constructing the five-storey building is still incomplete due to sluggish progress of construction works. When he assumed office, Dr. Mangad has said steps will be expedited to complete the library building.
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Old April 22nd, 2013, 04:45 PM   #4829
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A Kerala family may come in for $900 million Saudi bonanza

A family in Kerala, the Keyis of Kannur district, may have struck gold - the state government has taken up with the Centre the issue of about $900 million due to them, being held by the treasury of Saudi Arabia.

The state government is urging the Centre to intervene to ensure the transfer of the money, amounting, in the 1950s, to 1.4 million Saudi riyals (one riyal today is equal to Rs.14.40), which has been lying in the Saudi treasury for nearly six decades.

Speaking to IANS, P. Naseer, Director of the Minority Welfare Department, said that the Keyi family had, for over ten years, been trying to gain possession of the amount.

"The Kerala government has now appointed a special officer for this, to take up the matter with the Centre. The Centre will, in turn, have to speak to the Saudi Arabian authorities. The Keyi family has been trying for many years, but little headway has been made," Mr Naseer told IANS.

He said the matter was something he studied as part of his doctoral studies.

"The history of this treasure is like this: 136 years ago, a member of the Keyi family purchased land in the holy land of Mecca, and built a resting place for Haj pilgrims," Mr Naseer said.

"In the 1950s, when the authorities, as part of modernisation of the infrastructure in and around Mecca acquired this property, they set aside as compensation 1.4 million Saudi riyals. No one from the Keyi family has been able to effectively stake its claim to the money, with proper records," he explained.

As per Wakf rules, any property dedicated to Allah can be claimed by none other than the person himself or his descendants. The Keyi family is thus entitled to the money, the director of the state minority welfare department said.

"According to current estimates, the deposit that is with the Saudi treasury would now be worth more than Rs.5,000 crore (about $900 million). Under Saudi law, if the family gets the money, it will have to use it there itself. The sum is enough to build residential properties for accommodating the faithful who arrive in the holy land," Mr Naseer said.

Since 2001, the Keyi family has been attempting to claim the money. The then AK Antony government in the state had entrusted the matter to an official.

The present Oommen Chandy government has now appointed a special officer to liaison with the Centre and concerned departments in this regard.
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Fortune awaits Kerala family that built resting place in Mecca

A huge fortune seems to be awaiting a Muslim family of Malabar region of Kerala as efforts gained momentum to realise a long-delayed compensation for demolition of a resting place for Haj pilgrims built by it 136 years ago at Mecca.

The chances of realising the compensation, lying in the treasury in Saudi Arabia for decades, has brightened with the state government appointing an IAS officer for negotiations on behalf of the renowned "Keyi" family of Thalassery in Kannur district and the state.

The Saudi government had decades ago deposited 14 lakh Saudi riyal as compensation after the structure was pulled down as part of expansion of the holy city, sources close to the family said.

T O Sooraj, the nodal officer appointed by the government, said he would be making all efforts to get the amount released at the earliest.

"First, we would be collecting as many documents as possible to stake claim on firm grounds. I will be in touch with those pursuing the matter for long and also the family members seeking their co-operation in the endeavour," Sooraj told PTI.

He said the government would be pursuing the matter within the framework of Saudi laws. "They (Saudi authorities) have already admitted the family's claim. But we may have to prove the legal hiership," he added.

The building, known as 'Keyi Rubath' was built 136 years ago by a member of the family as a place of rest for pilgrims at Mecca. The family had then purchased the land and constructed the structure entirely on its own expenses.

The structure had been used by pilgrims, especially those from the Malabar region, before it was demolished some 75 years ago by Saudi authorities as part of expansion of the holy city to improve amenities for the pilgrims converging there in lakhs for Haj.

According to sources, the compensation was sanctioned as back as 1950s but the family could not claim it as they could not provide all documents to establish the ownership.

For many years, the Kerala government has been part of the negotiations and the Saudi government recently reopened the file at the intervention of the Ministry of External Affairs, the sources said.

The Keyi family, which has marital links with Kerala's lone Muslim royal house Arackal in Kannur, is one of the few Indian families which owned property in Mecca.

They acquired the property at Mecca when there was no restrictions to buy land there for religious or charitable purposes.

Welcoming the government's decision, family member and lawyer P V Sainuddin said it would extend total cooperation in the endeavour.

Asked in case they succeed in getting the amount would it be utilised for religious or charity, he said "that could be decided collectively by the family later."

"Our first task is to take our long quest to its logical conclusion. We will be extending total co-operation to the government and Indian embassy in that pursuit," Sainuddin, also a member of the state Wakf Board, told PTI in Kannur.

Sainuddin, who has a thick file of documents regarding the prized family asset and its history, said he would hand over to the government whatever documents it required in the matter.
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British sail ship visits Indian Naval Academy


Lord Nelson, a 55-metre long three-masted square-rigged sail-ship based in the United Kingdom arrived at the Indian Naval Academy (INA) at Ezhimala here from Kochi on Sunday as part of the Norton Rose ‘Sail the World Challenge’.

Informing this in a press release, the INA stated that the barque is similar in construction to the Indian Navy's sail-training ships INS Tarangini and INS Sudarshini. The vessel is unique in being among the very few 'tall-ships' in the world that have been specially designed and built to permit differently-abled persons to enjoy the adventure of sailing 'before the mast'.

The ‘Sail the World Challenge’, in which the Lord Nelson is participating, is a 50,000-mile journey, which endeavours to promote global equality and inclusiveness, the release said.

With the ship anchored off the Ettikulam Bay at Ezhimala, the ship's captain and crew visited the INA and interacted with cadets and officers. Welcoming the crew of the ship, Vice Admiral Pradeep Chauhan, Commandant, INA, reiterated the Indian Navy's whole-hearted support to the ship's epic voyage and lauded the crew for allowing differently abled people the opportunity to experience first-hand, the thrills of life at sea. Selected cadets of the INA also visited the Lord Nelson at anchorage, the INA informed. Since its launch in 1986, over 24,000 people, both able-bodied and differently-abled, have sailed on the Lord Nelson. This ship has features on board that enable people with physical or sensory impairments to take full and active part in sailing, including eight special cabins, which feature wider bunks, for wheelchair users.

A team of professional merchant seafarers, including a Master, First Mate, Second Mate, Bosun, Chief Engineer, Second Engineer, Medical Purser and Cook, form the crew of the ship.

The Lord Nelson embarked on her 23-month voyage from Southampton, U.K, on 21 October 2012, and arrived in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, on 9 December.
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NH widening: land survey under way

To be completed by January next year

Survey work for acquisition of land for widening the National Highway-17 passing through the district as part of the National Highway Authority of India’s (NHAI) project for developing the existing two-lane carriageway into a four-lane highway is progressing without much hassle, despite some local objections to alignment in some areas.

Officials of the land acquisition wing for the NHAI project here said that the ongoing survey work was expected to be completed by January next year.

Land value

It would take another four or five months for fixing rate through negotiation by the district-level purchase committee (DLPC) to be approved by the State-level empowered committee (SLEC), and for the actual handover of the land to the NHAI. The survey work was being done under two sections, namely Taliparamba and Thalassery.

The Taliparamba section covers land to be acquired in 12 villages in the Kannur and Taliparamba taluks. The land acquisition in this section is along the 44-km stretch from Karivellur to Pappinissery. The villages are Karivellur, Vellur, Korom, Pariyaram, Taliparamba, Morazha, Kunhimangalam, Cheruthazham, Kadannappally, Ezhome, Kallyasseri and Pappinissery.

Mandatory notification under section 3A of the National Highways Act was issued earlier in respect of land in the Karivellur and Kadannappally villages and parts of the Kunhimangalam village, the officials said, adding that the final notification under section 3D of the Act was issued now.

The acquisition process was now in the final stage, they said, adding that they should soon prepare the value verification report for the DLPC to fix the value of land.

The survey work was on in the 12 villages after 3A notification was issued in January last. Barring local objection to the proposed alignment in some places, the survey was going on without any roadblock, said Deputy Collector Lissy George, who heads the special land acquisition wing. The highway stretch to be developed in this section comprised proposed bypasses at Payyannur and Taliparmba, she said, adding that alignment of the bypasses was not finalised because of some local objection.

The landowners were mainly concerned about the reasonable price they should get for their land, she said. Ms. George said that the survey officials here were directed to complete the survey by June 30 so that the final notification could be issued by August 31.

Thalassery

In the Thalassery section, the land to be acquired is for the proposed Thalassery-Mahe bypass (14 km) that passes through the Kodiyeri, Thiruvangad, Thalassery, Eranholi, and Dharmadam villages.

The acquisition in Thiruvangad, Thalassery, Eranholi and Dharmadam was completed two decades ago. Acquisition in Kodiyeri village was completed in 2010 and the land value was fixed by the DLPC for the acquired land for a 2.5 km road stretch.

Approved rate

The land value approved by the State-level empowered committee (SLEC) was Rs.1.4 lakh per cent for garden land and Rs.54,000 for dry land. In the Chokli village, DLEC has fixed the rates, which are yet to be approved by the SLEC. The rates are as follows: Rs.2 lakh for garden land, Rs.1.7 lakh for wetland-turned-garden land, Rs.1.4 lakh for wetland and Rs.70,000 for marshy land.

Ms. George said that the survey work for the 23 km long Kannur bypass, which also formed part of the highway widening project, had also been completed in villages such as Elayavur, Chelora, Edakkad, Chembilode, Kadambur, Muzhappilangad and part of the Chirakkal village. The final notification issued in respect of the land in these villages would now be followed by preparations for fixing the rate by the DLEC, she disclosed.

Survey was yet to be done in Valiyannur, Puzhathi, and Pappinissery villages and part of the Chirakkal village because of some local concerns about the proposed alignment.


Work on in Taliparamba, Thalassery sections

Survey on for Thalassery-Mahe, Kannur bypasses

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Old April 24th, 2013, 01:19 PM   #4833
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Aslesh do you know the alignment? It seems villages like Morazha, Kadannappalli, Ezhome etc. are coming in picture. I think these places are away from the existing NH.

Also seen 10 page advertisement in Mathrubhumi & Manorama regarding this matter. Hope things will happen without problems.
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No I have no idea about Payyannur and Taliparamba bypass alignments. The article says alignment is not finalized. Kannur bypass alignment is also not finalized.
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I had a hope on this Chalad road widening process. But after seeing the widening I lost the hope. I think this is not even a short term solution. They should've tried to widen more. There are two advantages. The whole stretch will grow business-wise and a good link from Puthiyatheru to Kannur will come which will definitely help transport in various measures.
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Old April 25th, 2013, 06:17 AM   #4837
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It might get included in CRIP.
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What is that big project next to Skyline one?
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