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Old December 28th, 2008, 04:07 PM   #41
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JPL to increase Tamnar plant capacity to 3,400 MW over 4 yrs

RAIGARH: Jindal Power Ltd plans to increase the electricity generation capacity of its Tamnar power plant in the district by 2,400 MW to 3,400 MW
over the next four years.

The company has placed orders worth Rs 5,040 crore with Bharat Heavy Electricals Ltd (BHEL) for suppling equipment to raise the plant's capacity by 2,400 MW, JPL Chairman and Managing Director Naveen Jindal said.

BHEL, under the agreement, would supply and service boilers and auxiliaries, including electrostatic precipitators, steam turbines, generators and generator controls, station control and instrumentation and transformers among other things, Jindal said.

Jindal Steel and Power Ltd (JSPL), the parent company of JPL, would invest more than Rs 10,000 crore in the Tamnar block over the next four years, he said.

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Old October 13th, 2009, 12:17 PM   #45
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Tata Steel’s Chhattisgarh project today got the approval of the villagers in the Lohandiguda block of Bastar district.

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The public hearing, attended by around 500 villagers, was organised by district magistrate M.S. Paraste to seek their approval on environmental issues. “It (the hearing) went off well. Villagers have given consent to the Tata proposal,” Paraste told The Telegraph from Lohandiguda. The state administration will now send the results of the public hearing to the Centre for its environmental clearance.

Tata Steel plans to build a 5.7-million-tonne plant in Chhattisgarh at a cost of Rs 19,500 crore. The company had signed a memorandum of understanding with the Chhattisgarh government in June 2005 but delay in land acquisition put brakes on the project. Maoist insurgencies made matters worse.

The Tatas have sought 5,050 acres for the project. The state is acquiring the land for the company. Paraste said the government had given compensation to 80 per cent of the people but was yet to take possession of the land.
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Old November 26th, 2009, 08:47 AM   #46
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Naxalites stop work on NH project

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Naxalite guerrillas have reportedly stopped the construction work of four-lane road between Nagpur and Durg on the National Highway (NH) No 6 near Rajnandgaon in Chhattisgarh.

This is for the first time rebels had targeted the road construction work on the NH. Though, they have been opposing roads in the interior areas where they have sway to restrict the movement of security personnel.

The contract for the 332-km four-lane road between Nagpur and Durg had been bagged by the Nashik-based Ashoka Buildcon Limited. The construction work was in progress between Chichola (Maharashtra) and Baghnadi (Chhattisgarh) when threats from Naxalites came.

The pocket between Chichola and Baghnadi in Rajnandgaon district where the work was in progress had been one of the worst Naxal infested areas in central India.

Highly placed sources in police department told Business Standard that Naxalites had demanded huge money from the construction company. Since the company declined to meet the demand, Naxalites called the company's base office in Rajnandgaon and warned the officials of dire consequences if they continued with the work.

When contacted at Ashoka Buildcons Rajnandgaon and Nagpur offices, the employees declined to comment on the issue. They, however, admitted that the construction work had been stopped since last two days.

A senior police official in Rajnandgaon, Prakhar Pandey, said that they were unaware of any Naxal threat to the construction company as the latter had not lodged any official complaint with the police.

The officials and employees at the base office of the company are in panic. Sources said they had been asked to remain on alert.
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Old April 16th, 2010, 11:32 AM   #47
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Chhattisgarh to invest Rs.2,000 crore on infrastructure

Chhattisgarh's ruling Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) will invest Rs.2,000 crore on infrastructure in Maoist-infested Bastar region, Chief Minister Raman Singh said Wednesday. The government will invest Rs.2,000 crore during the next three years to boost infrastructure in Naxal-hit Bastar region,' Singh told reporters. He said the government has formed a committee headed by chief secretary P. Joy Oommen to look into development work in Bastar, mainly related to infrastructure, such as the construction of roads, bridges, schools and hospitals.


The government's announcement to invest Rs.2,000 crore on infrastructure development in violence-hit Bastar has come about a week after Maoists carried out the biggest ever attack on policemen in Dantewada district April 6 in which 76 para-military Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) personnel were massacred.


The 40,000 sq km forested Bastar region is made up of five districts - Narayanpur, Kanker, Bastar, Bijapur and Dantewada. Describing the insurgency-hit Bastar as the 'toughest area', Singh said: 'The fight against Maoists in the region will be long drawn and the state government will be able to assert its authority in Maoist-controlled pockets and also succeed in restoring peace in Bastar in the coming three years.'



'I have spent a lot of my energy trying to spell out the gravity of the Naxal problem but it's only in the past one year that they (central government) have realized the threat posed by Naxals,' the chief minister remarked.


'The Naxal issue should be kept aside from politics. It should be viewed in the context of the country and democracy,' he observed.


The minister slammed human rights groups for being silent on the Dantewada massacre.


'Human rights groups and so called intellectuals in the country are saying the police offensive against Maoists should be suspended but not a single word of criticism has come in so far from them regarding the killing of 76 policemen in Dantewada,' Singh lamented.

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Old July 17th, 2010, 05:20 AM   #48
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Coming up in Chhattisgarh: India's 21st century city


RAIPUR: In the news more for its chronic insurgeny and tribal poverty, Chhattisgarh will soon boast of one of India's most advanced, eco-friendly modern cities that will be the new capital of the mineral-rich state.

Located about 20 km east of the present capital Raipur, Naya Raipur has been designed on the lines of Malaysia's hi-tech capital complex at Putrajaya, outside Kuala Lumpur, and is expected to cater to the infrastructural needs of
industry and trade in the region.

"Some 90-95 percent land acquisition has been completed and we are shifting to a new state secretariat building in Naya Raipur, the 21st century's first high-tech modern city of India, any time late this year, followed by head of department buildings within the next three-four months," N. Baijendra Kumar, vice-chairman of the Naya Raipur Development Authority (NRDA), told IANS.

NRDA is the nodal agency to implement the new capital project, being built on an area of 8,000 hectares between National Highway-6 and National Highway-43 and in close proximity to the airport.

The shift to the new capital will be a leapfrog for Chhattisgarh, which was carved out of Madhya Pradesh in November 2000 in deference to local aspirations.

The state secretariat, the sheet anchor of the administration, has been operating from an old hospital building. The assembly is housed in a central government research centre.

"NRDA has been spending Rs.180 crore for state secretariat building, Rs.200 crore for various head of the department buildings, Rs.300 crore for road, Rs.156 crore for the water project, Rs.160 crore for electricity and Rs.160 crore for transport," said Kumar.

He said the bulk of the projects in Naya Raipur are coming up on public-private-partnership (PPP) basis.

Naya Raipur will have a world-class convention centre, a five-star hotel, an IT SEZ, a gems and jewellery SEZ, a garment park, a theme residential township with an 18-hole golf course, an amusement park, super specialty hospitals, commercial office space, museum, art galleries, entertainment parks, botanical garden, a law university, an education hub, a cultural centre, malls and a sports complex.

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Old August 28th, 2010, 02:20 PM   #49
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Chhattisgarh to build 40 rural shopping complexes

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Chhattisgarh's Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) government will build Atal Bazars or shopping complexes in 40 village panchayats this fiscal, a statement said Tuesday.

The state government has set aside Rs.5 crore for constructing the Atal Bazars in fiscal 2010-11, the statement said.


The government floated the Atal Bazar scheme, named after veteran BJP leader for former prime minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee, in fiscal 2007-08 to inspire villagers to take up commercial activities.


The government is to build such shopping complexes only in village panchayats having population more than 3,000 people.
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Old August 28th, 2010, 02:22 PM   #50
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NMDC acquires land for Rs 14,000cr Chhattisgarh steel project

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NEW DELHI: State-owned NMDC on Friday said it has completed the acquisition of 1,948 acres of land required for its upcoming Rs 14,000 crore steel plant in Chhattisgarh.

"... The company has acquired a total of 1,948 acres of land in two phases required for the above project till date," the country's largest iron ore producer said in a filing to the Bombay Stock Exchange.

NMDC had earlier this week completed the acquisition of 1,788 acres of land for its maiden steel venture at a gross investment of Rs 90 crore. It was awaiting the transfer of around 160 more acres of government land, out of which 63 acres fell in forest areas, which has now come through.

NMDC Chairman and Managing Director Rana Som said, "We have concluded the acquisition process in a record 10 months. This was possible as Steel Minister Virbhadra Singh and Chhattisgarh Chief Minister Raman Singh led from the front. We carried the community along with us, instilled confidence in them for the plant."

The company is hopeful of starting construction work on the steel plant in the 2010 calender year. Land acquisition for the project, which was announced two years back, started in October, 2009.

Besides the central and state government's efforts, Som is learnt to have himself spearheaded the land acquisition process.

"The CMD was himself present in all the hearings of Gram Sabha. Apart from compensation, he has promised jobs to every individual. The community has been made to understand the importance of the project to change their lives," a senior official involved in the land acquisition process said.

Chhattisgarh is one of India's tribal-dominated states. As much as Rs 1.54 lakh crore worth of projects of global firms like ArcelorMittal and Posco in the states of Jharkhand and Orissa have been stalled for nearly five years now due to protests by the locals.
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Old September 23rd, 2010, 06:26 PM   #52
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Chhattisgarh's new 660 MW plant to start by December

Raipur, Oct 9 (IANS) The National Thermal Power Corporation (NTPC) will commission the first of the three 660 MW units of a new power plant in Chhattisgarh's Sipat village by December, a state government release said Saturday.

'The first 660 MW of the total 1,980 MW Sipat expansion project of the NTPC will be commissioned by December while the second unit by March 2011,' the release said.

Two units of the Sipat plant in the state's Bilaspur district produce 1,000 MW and as part of its expansion plan, the company plans to generate 1,980 MW additional power with three units of 660 MW each.

Sipat units will be the first in the country to operate on super-critical boilers that burn less fuel to produce electricity as compared to the conventional boilers.

The NTPC has agreed to set up its regional office in Chhattisgarh's Naya Raipur - which will replace Raipur as capital of the state.
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L&T bags Rs 1,449 cr order from DB Power

MUMBAI: Engineering and construction major Larsen & Toubro (L&T) on Tuesday said it has received order worth Rs 1,449 crore from DB Power for the Bhaskar Group company's Chhattisgarh project.

L&T will execute the balance of plant (BOP) package for DB Power's 2x600 mega watt thermal power plant in Chhattisgarh, the company said in a filing to the Bombay Stock Exchange.

The Balance of Plant is the sum of all equipment for safe operation as well as the technical coordination of all concerned parts of a power plant.

The total time period for completion of the project is 31 months, which was received following the international competitive bidding which involved also domestic bidders, it added.

The company will design, engineer, supply, erect and commission the BOP equipment and systems on an engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) basis.

Shares of the company were trading at Rs 2,023.95, up 0.54 per cent from the previous close on the Bombay Stock Exchange.
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Tata Steel moves closer to getting Centre’s nod for Chhatisgarh plant

Providing a much-needed fillip to Tata Steel, a high-powered committee of the environment and forests ministry has recommended granting environmental clearance to the company’s proposed 5.5 MT integrated greenfield steel plant in Chhattisgarh, to be built at an expenditure of nearly Rs 20,000 crore. But, the clearance is not without riders.

In a recent meeting, the Expert Appraisal Committee (EAC) of the ministry recommended granting environmental clearance to the company’s proposed project at Lohandiguda Block in Bastar. Along with the plant, the company also got the EAC’s nod for setting up a 625 MW partly-gas fired captive power plant. Noting that the steel maker had already acquired 1,565 hectares needed for the project, the panel asked the company to develop a green belt on at least 516 hectares (33 per cent of the area). “Tata Steel has been told to spend Rs 1,688 crore towards environmental pollution control measures,” according to a ministry official. More importantly, the Ratan Tata-promoted company “has been categorically told to earmark at least 5 per cent of the total project cost towards CSR and submit a time-bound action plan to the ministry in this connection”.
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Guys,
I see a lot of power projects being announced in Chattisgarh.

1) how many of these are Appoved?
2) how many of these are under constructions?
3) How is Chattisgargh able to get over the problem of Land Acquisition that so many other states are facing? (ex: Karnataka - which can't seem to get any decent power project off the ground- esp the UMPP)
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Guys,
I see a lot of power projects being announced in Chattisgarh.

1) how many of these are Approved?
2) how many of these are under constructions?
3) How is Chattisgargh able to get over the problem of Land Acquisition that so many other states are facing? (ex: Karnataka - which can't seem to get any decent power project off the ground- esp the UMPP)
1) Don't consider all the power projects mentioned in the news having MOU's because most of them get expired... so only those which have a financial closure and coal linkages done can be considered to move forward..

2) this can be known by tracking the news of every project... generally where land acquisition starts or is completed can be said to be U/C..... because that is the sign that MOEF and other clearances obtained + settlement with locals..

3) the case with karnataka's UMPP is because the large requirement of land at least 4000acres due to this the posco's and arcelormittal's steel plants are still stuck(note that these both are 12 million tonne plants and require min of 4000 acres).. i think that acquiring land for such projects can be difficult because there are several people from tribals/villages/govt. that own the land and it takes time for negotiation.... whereas with small projects it takes less time... and UMPP will be exciting to see in orissa because 3 are planned for the particular state..
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exactly - I noticed Orissa and Chattisgarh to be two states where power projects seem to be progressing with aplomb!!! Still - I mentioned karnataka since its not just UMPP that stucks, there are many others that fail to see light of day (starting from Cogentrix back in the 90s).
Good info though - I was just curious as to with all the "approvals" - how much MW Totally Chattisgarh will be generating by 2015-2017!!
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exactly - I noticed Orissa and Chattisgarh to be two states where power projects seem to be progressing with aplomb!!! Still - I mentioned karnataka since its not just UMPP that stucks, there are many others that fail to see light of day (starting from Cogentrix back in the 90s).
Good info though - I was just curious as to with all the "approvals" - how much MW Totally Chattisgarh will be generating by 2015-2017!!
hmm....

these two including jharkhand gets most of the power plants due to proximity to various coal fields and ports(imported coal)... i think that orissa will have at least 30-35k MW of power projects with similar amount U/C by 2017-19 same with jharkhand so that total is around 80-90k MW... this is very important if we want double digit growth and also an average 9-9.5% growth over next 10 yrs
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Chhattisgarh to get 2,000 MW power from NTPC project

Raipur, Nov 25 (IANS) Chhattisgarh signed a power purchase agreement Thursday with India's largest power producer, the National Thermal Power Corporation (NTPC), to get 50 percent power from its upcoming 4,000 MW coal-fired power plant.

Chhattisgarh will get 2,000 MW at Rs.2.59 per unit from NTPC's coal-fired project that will come up at Lara village in the state's northern coal-abundant Raigarh district.

Subodh Kumar Singh, managing director of the Chhattisgarh State Electricity Distribution Company signed on the power purchase agreement here on behalf of the state government in the presence of Chief Minister Raman Singh while M.K.V Rama Rao, NTPC's executive director (commercial), signed for his company.

NTPC had signed memorandum of understandings with the Chhattisgarh government in July 2009 for setting up five units each of 800 MW with ultra super critical technology. The Central government has already allocated coal mine for the project that is scheduled to begin power generation in 12th fifth year plan.
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