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Old February 17th, 2006, 09:00 PM   #41
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AP is supposed to become free from energy shortage by 2010 when the new power plants in various parts of state start their operations. so, more in the power sector.
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Andhra govt to promote border districts

The Andhra Pradesh government is setting its sights beyond the state's borders.

Buoyed by the FAB city project coming to Hyderabad, the YS Rajasekhara Reddy government is planning to promote economic activity in the districts bordering Karnataka and Tamil Nadu to attract investment in the state.

Reddy was obviously overjoyed by Hyderabad beating six other cities in bagging the $ three billion FAB city project to manufacture microprocessors and semi-conductor silicon chips.

"The Devanahalli airport near Bangalore is just 60 km from the Andhra border. To go from Devanahalli to the Electronic city in Bangalore, one has to cross the entire city, which is terribly congested. Fortunately while coming towards the AP border, there is no traffic,'' said Reddy.

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The Andhra Pradesh government signed the Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) for the FAB city project with SemIndia within a week of announcing the project.

The move was aimed at shutting the door firmly on Bangalore's hopes to make the company reconsider its decision.

"Coming from the US after 35 years, to see that the governments here move so fast shows India has changed,'' said Vinod Aggarwal, President and CEO, SemIndia.

The state government now wants to make use of its geographical proximity to the international airports in Bangalore and Chennai by setting up Special Economic Zones in Anantapur and Nellore, neighbouring Karnataka and Tamil Nadu respectively.





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Old February 20th, 2006, 10:32 PM   #43
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Farm sector outlay up in Andhra Pradesh budget

Rural reconstruction and the farm sector in particular received priority as Andhra Pradesh Finance Minister K. Rosaiah presented the 2006-07 budget Monday with no fresh levies.

The Congress government in its second budget after assuming power has once again focussed on irrigation, allocation for which has been raised to Rs.100 billion, a jump of 51.15 percent over the current year's outlay.

Plan allocations for rural and urban development have considerably increased. "We have earmarked Rs.16.02 billion towards panchayat raj and rural development. And a sum of Rs.10.24 billion for urban development," Rosaiah said.

A sum of Rs.15.25 billion has been allocated for the welfare sector, Rs.5.66 billion for education and Rs.12.22 billion for infrastructure facilities.

The overall budgetary expenditure in the ensuing financial year will be Rs. 635.28 billion. The size of the 2005-06 budget was Rs.553.31 billion.

The financial year would end with a budget deficit of Rs.943.2 million after taking into account the closing negative balance for the current fiscal.

"The government is determined to continue efforts to project Andhra Pradesh as the most convenient and favourable investment destination for domestic and international investors," Rosaiah said, and announced that Hyderabad would host the India International Trade Fair in 2006.

The average per capita income in the state is expected to increase by 10.25 percent during 2005-06 and reach Rs.25,526.

the overall budget increase is pretty impressive. and the gov't is taking no chances with rural development. $2 Billion+ for irrigation is huge. but after years of under-investment, i guess it's needed.

but if i was to make this budget, i would:

1. reduce irrigation allocation to 80 billion (Rs. 8000 crores)
2. increase education budget to 10.66 billion (Rs. 1066 crores)
3. increase urban development allocation to 20.24 billion (Rs. 2024 crores)
4. increase infrastructure spending to 17.22 billion (Rs. 1722 crores)


so take out 2000 crores from irrigation and put that into education, urban development, and infrastructural facilities.


also, if anybody have the list of states with their per capita income, it'd be great.
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Old March 6th, 2006, 09:47 PM   #44
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AP bid to attract FDI bears fruit

The Andhra Pradesh Government has been on a relentless exercise to attract big foreign companies, such as Volswagen and Intel, to set up manufacturing facilities in the State.

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Old March 7th, 2006, 12:59 AM   #45
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hindu is not opening on my comp for some reason.

anyway, hindu is pretty accurate but there really hasn't been any news about talks between AP gov't and intel. or may be they're just keeping it down....

it'll be interesting to see where Tessolve comes up.
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Old March 7th, 2006, 01:14 AM   #46
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even im facing the problem to open hindu website..whats wrong

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i think it works now.
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Old March 13th, 2006, 09:27 PM   #48
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Stage set for SEZ land acquisition

With the legal hurdles cleared, the stage is now set for acquisition of the land required for the Special Economic Zone in which the Rs. 6,500 crore-ONGC refinery forms part of it. The Kakinada SEZ Private Limited, the special purpose vehicle created for land acquisition, after overcoming all the initial problems, is getting ready to go ahead with the first phase acquisition from March 17. It has already set up its local office in Venkatnagar deploying a senior executive who has had over three and half decades of administrative experience in various key industries, to look after the land acquisition.

The personnel engaged by it include three retired officials, well-experienced in land matters, including an RDO and MRO, besides a land surveyor. Of the total 9,869 acres identified that forms a contiguous block, five kms away from the deep water port, spread across twelve villages, only 4,146 acres are proposed to be acquired in the first phase. This land is spread to six villages -- Nemam, Panduru, Thammavaram, Penumarti, Thimmapuram and Pandravada.

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Since the Kakinada SEZ private limited wanted to avoid further delays, it is understood to have decided to go for direct purchase of the land from the concerned ryots paying a flat rate of Rs. 3 lakhs per acre as against the Rs.1.05 lakhs proposed by the Government under land acquisition guidelines. Already several ryots had volunteered to hand over their lands agreeing to the price of Rs.3 lakhs per acre.

On the inaugural of SEZ office on Friday alone, as many as ten members of a single family presented their documents to dispose of the 15 acres of land in Thondangi area. According to SEZ private limited sources, offers were ready for handing over of 1,290 acres of land at Rs.3 lakhs per acre rate and the amounts disbursement would commence from March 17 in a big way.

The ONGC officials and representatives of Infrastructure Leasing and Financial Services Limited, and The Kakinada Sea Ports Limited, who are the consortium members, are likely to attend the grand inaugural of land purchase. "We want the local people to welcome the establishment of SEZ that paves the way for rapid industrialisation. As many as eleven industrial units would immediately come up generating a lot of employment opportunities. Our aim in going for direct purchase, paying higher amount was to avoid heartburn among the ryots, remarked an official of the SEZ.

great progress made. it's amazing that officials are moving so fastly on all these major projects. something that we rarely see and also something that is only evident in AP presently.

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Old March 13th, 2006, 10:02 PM   #49
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MPSEZ at Satyavedu

The State Government is finalising a proposal to set up a Multipurpose Special Export Zone (MPSEZ) on the Sathyavedu-Varadaiahpalem track in Chittoor district, in view of an enthusiastic response from NRIs to set up industries in the State.

Situated close to the National Highway connecting Chennai-Kolkata, the MPSEZ covers nearly 1,500 acres spread over 16 villages is being set up in Sathyavedu constituency taking advantage of its close proximity to the NH-5 and to Chennai as well.

The Government would issue the required notification in this regard shortly and would initiate the land acquisition process with a total financial outlay of Rs. 150 crores.

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very positive developments are under way in AP. offcials are on their heals. and there seems to be a sense of competition, which is very good. a large-scale industrial area is still lacking in our country. hopefully one of these proposed industrial estates turns out to be one which could attract huge investments.
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Old March 15th, 2006, 09:15 PM   #51
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AP govt in Rs 13,000-cr power deal

The government-owned AP Power Generation Corporation (APGenco) and Infrastructure Leasing and Financial Services (IL&FS) have entered into an MoU for preparatory project development work for setting up two power projects totaling 3,700 mw at a cost of Rs 13,000 crore.

http://dnaindia.com/report.asp?NewsID=1017029



AP is well on the way to become a power surplus state by 09-10. APGENCO is aiming for this and the several projects that have either started construction or under planning will lead the way to being power surplus.
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Old March 19th, 2006, 10:39 PM   #52
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10 IT parks get SEZ status in AP

The Government of India’s inter-ministerial board on Friday cleared proposals to accord special economic zone (SEZ) status to 10 IT parks in Andhra Pradesh.

Of them, six are proposed to be set up by private players while four will be developed by the state government through the Andhra Pradesh Industrial Infrastructure Corporation (APIIC).

Speaking to Business Standard, K Ratna Prabha, secretary, information, technology and communication, said it was a significant development that a quarter of the 40 IT SEZs cleared by the Centre belonged to Andhra Pradesh alone.

Among the six IT parks cleared for SEZ status in the private sector, three belong to Hyderabad-based Satyam Computer Services Limited, two of which will come up in Hyderabad while the third is proposed to be set up by a company in Visakhapatnam. The remaining three IT parks are proposed to be set up by Computer Associates, L&T and Raheja Group in Hyderabad.

The four IT SEZs proposed by APIIC that received SEZ clearance are – one in Hyderabad, two in Visakhapatnam and one in Vijayawada.

This apart, the Union ministry has also given conditional clearance to Ramky Group to declare part of the Vizag Pharmacity project as SEZ.

Other than the IT parks, the projects that received SEZ status in the state include the 200-acre Gems and Jewellery Park proposed to be set up by the Gitanjali Group near Hyderabad and the shoe manufacturing facility-cum-park proposed to be set up by the Apache Group near Tada in the coastal district of Nellore.

While the Gitanjali Group has proposed to create direct and indirect employment for 50,000 people through manufacturing operations in gems and jewellery park, Apache has offered to create 30,000 jobs over a period of few years. The state industries department has lobbied for the SEZ status to both these projects owing to huge employment potential they offer to lower strata of the population.

In Hyderabad, the size of the IT SEZs proposed to be developed are in 25 acres by Satyam, 26 acres by L&T and in 30 acres by Computer Associates, sources said.

It is for the first time that so many projects and parks proposed to be set up by private companies in the state have received the SEZ status. At present, there are two SEZs functioning in the state – Vizag SEZ being run by the government, and the other by a private pharma company in Vizianagaram district.

The projects or parks that receive SEZ status would be treated as deemed foreign territories, which enjoy several duty exemptions including a limited period income tax exemption besides other incentives offered by both the Centre and the state governments.
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SEZs in AP

here is the list of some approved or in the process of approvment SEZs in the state:

Chippada, Visakhapatnam, A.P. ________________ Divi Labs (Pharma)

Hyderabad__________________________________ DLF Commercial Developers Pvt. Ltd. (IT)

Hyderabad__________________________________ WIPRO (IT)

DLF Universal Limited_________________________ Hindupur near Devanhalli, A.P. (Multi Product)

Hyderabad__________________________________ Gems SEZ

Kolthur Village, Sameerpet Mandal, Ranga Reddy Distt, Andhra Pradesh.____________ Biological E. Ltd (Biotech)

Lemarthi, Visakhapatnam District, Anhdra Pradesh_______ Ramky Pharma city (India) Limited (Pharma)

Bahadurpalli Village, Ranga Reddy District, Andrhra Pradesh ____________________ Dr. Reddy’s Laboratories Ltd (Pharma)

Madhapur, Ranga Reddy District, Andhra Pradesh___________ K. Raheja IT Park (Hyderabad) Pvt. Ltd. (IT)

Madhurawada, Visakhapatnam, A.P._______________APIIC, IT&C Dep't. of AP (IT)

Nanakramguda Ranga Reddy District, A.P.___________APIIC, IT&C Dep't. of AP (IT)

Shamshabad, Hyderabad_________________DLF Univeral Limited (IT)

Madhupur, Hyderabad__________________AP Techno Projects (IT)

Nanakramguda Village, Ranga Reddy District, A.P._____________Computer Associates (IT)


+3 SEZs for Satyam, 3 SEZs by APIIC







TN, Maharashtra, Punjab, and Gujarat have more SEZ approvals currently than does AP. Brandix, Fab City, Apache Footwear weren't even mentioned.
the Petrochemicals SEZs in Hyd and near kakinada and Vizag also weren't mentioned. the Skoda SEZ too is still in the planning stages.
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Old March 21st, 2006, 03:05 PM   #54
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Venkateswara institute gets 60 acres

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The proposed Rs 60-crore project to construct the Sri Venkateswara Institute of Medical Sciences (SVIMS), General Hospital and the Sri Padmavathi Medical College (SPMC), at Renigunta, near Tirupati in Andhra Pradesh has got a shot in the arm.

The State Government has decided to give away 60.66 acres of land free of cost near Renigunta, according to the Chairman of SVIMS Executive Board and Chief Minister, Dr Y.S. Rajasekhara Reddy.

The Tirumala Tirupati Devasthanam (TTD), has committed to give Rs 30 crore for the project. SVIMS and SPMC cater to the medical needs of the people in the Rayalseema region of the State.

The Chief Minister also permitted the SVIMS to start construction work with the Rs 10 crore available with them.
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Old March 21st, 2006, 08:55 PM   #55
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after all, YSR has to do something for his own people........ to get their votes
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Old March 23rd, 2006, 12:55 AM   #56
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Andhra plans to leverage competitors` infrastructure

Andhra Pradesh has not one but three international airports to facilitate the flow of investments into the state, chief minister Y S Rajasekhara Reddy recently said while speaking on the natural advantages the state enjoys in terms of attracting new investments.

Apart from the upcoming greenfield international airport near Hyderabad, the chief minister was also referring to the other two international airports at Chennai and Bangalore in the neighbouring Tamil Nadu and Karnataka states as they are within two-hour journey from border areas of Andhra Pradesh.

The state administration was quick to take the hint from the CM. It has drawn up massive plans to develop thousands of acres of land in the border areas so that investors get readily available infrastructure to set up their units in the state.

As part of the execution of the chief minister’s strategy to utilise the competitor states’ infrastructure to its own advantage, the Andhra Pradesh Industrial Infrastructure Corporation (APIIC) issued notification for acquisition of over 12,000 acres of land at Satyaveedu in Chittoor district a couple of days back. APIIC vice-chairman and managing director B P Acharya confirmed that a notification was issued for land acquisition at Satyaveedu.

While some of the remote parts of Nellore and Chittor districts are in close proximity to Chennai, bordering areas in Anatapur district adjoining Hindupur town are much closer to the new Bangalore International Airport. These places are already attracting the attention of investors, including realtors like Raheja’s.

Land acquisition in Satyaveedu is considered as a minor effort when compared to the similar plans contemplated for other areas. As per the information, the government is planning to acquire about 50,000 acres of land in Hindupur, which according to some, will take less time to reach from the Bangalore International Airport than from the Bangalore city owing to traffic snarls. Similarly, the industries department officials have identified over 25,000 acres of land at Tada in Nellore district which is very near to Chennai. It may be recalled that APIIC has chalked out plans to invest up to Rs 2,000 crore to acquire lands having potential for industrial development all across the state.

The state government has already tasted its first success by convincing the Apache group to set up its manufacturing unit near Tada as the place enjoys close proximity to Chennai and the Chennai international airport.

It is the first company in recent times to prefer Andhra Pradesh to Tamil Nadu. The Andhra government offered a good bargain in terms of land and other incentives for the proposed shoe manufacturing unit near Tada, which is as good as Sriperambudur in terms of its distance to Chennai.

The government now wants to develop social infrastructure like hospitals with modern facilities and schools with international standards at Tada to attract more investors to this area where vast extent of land is available.

But, like any other programme this too has its share of problems. For instance, even though Hindupur is very near to Bangalore, the connectivity between the two points is still considered a problem. A state government official has gone to the extent of alleging that the Karnataka government has intentionally kept the Bangalore-Hindupur road in a bad shape.

According to him, previous efforts by the Transport, Roads and Buildings department of the Andhra Pradesh government to develop this road stretch in Karnataka limits at its own cost had not yielded results due to indifference shown by Karnataka officials.






DAMN!!! IT'S NOT JUST TALK.....THERE'S ACTUALLY SOME ACTION!!!!
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Central (IWAI) funds for national waterways :

http://inwww.rediff.com/newshound/sh...erabad&rLink=0

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State submits plans for 11 more water routes to Centre
Friday March 24 2006 00:00 IST
HYDERABAD: Encouraged by the Centre’s decision to consider declaring the water routes between Bhadrachalam and Rajahmundry and also from Wazeerabad to Vijayawada as national waterways, the State Government has submitted proposals to consider 11 more waterways and develop them for inland navigation purpose.

It was more than a decade ago that the State Government submitted proposals to the Inland Waterways Authority of India (IWAI) to sanction the Charla-Rajahmundry waterway (Rs 100 crore) and develop the integrated canal between Kakinada and Chennai (Rs 450 crore) with 100 per cent Central assistance.

However, in its communication few months ago, the IWAI informed the State Government that two waterways - one each on the river Godavari and the river Krishna - were likely to be declared as national waterways.

The feasibility study for both waterways was conducted by RITES of the Indian Railways.

After declaration of these two routes as National Waterways, the Centre through IWAI will develop them with its funds and also with proactive support of the State Government, the IWAI said and called for proposals to develop canals having depth of 2 m or more which were suitable for navigation purpose.

Following the IWAI request, the State Government has submitted plans for 11 canals for pre-feasibility study and they include Kurnool-Kadapa canal, Penna river, Nizamsagar, Jawahar canal, Godavari delta system, Thungabhadra canal, Nagarjunasagar Project, Pochampad, Vamsadhara, Somasila and Rajolibanda Diversion Scheme canal.

According to official sources, the Central funds would be utilised for strengthening of banks and bunds, locks, gates, construction of wharfs, river ports and jetties and develop infrastructure for tourism.

Once completed, the project would help in improving connectivity and serviceability of the fisherman to market centres and growth centres, increase in marketing facilities of agricultural, industrial and aqua products.

“Growth in rural economy will have direct benefits like improved access to health, educational, commercial and market centers,” sources told this website’s newspaper.

The waterways would also reduce transport cost and eliminates transport constrains, improve connectivity to ports with major towns and cities, promote tourism and increase in revenue due to inflow of tourists, sources said.
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apologize for posting politics but this is very important for the state of AP.

http://www.dailyindia.com/show/11399...this_year:_Rao

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Separate Telangana will become reality this year: Rao

Central Minister for Labour and Telangana Rashtra Samiti (TRS) chief K. Chandrasekhara Rao Friday said that statehood to the Telangana region in Andhra Pradesh would become a reality this year.

Rao also declared that he would quit the central cabinet if TRS failed to achieve this goal in 2006.

He told newsmen at Hanamkonda in Warangal district that he would return to New Delhi April 30 and come back only when the formation of a separate state was announced.

Rao, who is in the region to celebrate the Ugadi festival, plans to step up efforts for a separate Telangana with the support of both the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) and the Congress.

He claimed that with BJP president Rajnath Singh's recent announcement favouring Telangana, a bill in the parliament for carving out a separate state would get the support of 184 MPs.

The TRS president, whose party is a constituent of the Congress-led United Progressive Alliance (UPA) government, cautioned the Congress against going back on its commitment on the issue.

'Congress should not forget the fate of N. Chandrababu Naidu (of Telugu Desam Party). If it goes back on its promise, it will also meet the same fate,' he said. Naidu was trounced in the 2004 assembly elections.

Asking Congress legislators and MPs from the region to speak out in favour of a separate state, Rao said he would meet with some of them.

'The atmosphere was never so conducive for a separate Telangana,' he said claiming that more than 400 MPs would support the bill.

Rao had quit Telugu Desam Party and founded TRS in 2001 to revive the demand for a separate Telangana. The party fought the 2004 elections in alliance with the Congress and won 26 assembly and five Lok Sabha seats.

The demand for separate statehood to Telangana comprising 10 districts, including Hyderabad, is more than three decades old. More than 300 people had died in violent stirs in the early 1970s.
SOME 3000 cops in telangana region are being repatriated to their native districts in AP in a phased manner. all this definitely indicates that formation of Telangana is not far from reality. in the next couple of months some decision will be taken on this regard.

what does this mean for the development of Hyderabad and Telangana and the rest of Andhra as a whole??? honestly, i'm keeping my fingers crossed.....i hope the centre doesn't give hyderabad district to telangana.
if it does, then Telangana Rashtra Samithi better be good enough to handle such a mega city. the city has already become a major center for hitech companies. i'm sure MS, Sonia, YSR, and all others will remember this before taking any decision.

best solution, i think, is to make Hyderabad a 2-state capital like chandigarh. in fact, i'd say make hyd into a union territory and increase the boundaries of the Hyd so future development is not a problem. all this better be quick and it better be a good vision that won't inhibit the growth of the current AP state in general.


pls do add y'all's views about this. i'm keeping my fingers crossed......
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Hyderabad is not ideally located for the city to be made the capital of two states. If it was near the border then there would not be much problem. i think either Visakapatnam or Vijayawada would be made the capital of Andhra.



Chandigarh does not belong to either state. Rather, the city is administered by the central government and hence classified as a union territory. Its very difficult to make Hyderabad as a UT, Telengana will not be ready to give away the city to the central govt.

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obviously TRS is not gonna say we'll give away hyd and you give the state. it's a deal and centre should make it clear to Rao and everybody else that to gain telangana, they'll have to lose something. if that's not possible, then one thing should be clear. Hyd is nerve-center for india's development (along with other major cities) and these ppl are not gonna screw up Hyd with their petty and populist politics. for example, there should be no reservations for private companies and all that bull crap.
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