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Old January 18th, 2016, 03:48 PM   #4721
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Mamata Banerjee unveils Deocha-Pachami coal block

West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee today unveiled Bengal Birbhum Coalfields Ltd (BBCL), a special purpose vehicle created to develop India's largest coal mining project in Deocha-Pachami in Birbhum district.

Banerjee claimed the block will produce coal worth Rs 2.10 lakh crore and would attract an investment of Rs 22,000 crore, fueling changes in the economical dynamics of Birbhum and adjoining districts of the state.

The logo of BBCL has been designed by Banerjee herself.

Deocha Pachami coal block is the largest coal block in the country with 2,102 million tonne of coal in reserve.

Banerjee, however, did not talk about the land acquisition for the mining and rehabilitation for the pet project.
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FOUNDATION LAID - Rs. 22k cr coal project to start ops in 2019

Chief minister Mamata Banerjee on Monday said that the Bengal Birbhum Coalfields Limited -a Rs 22000 crore project -would start operations from 2019.

The CM, while laying the founda tion of the project, said: “The opposi tion was questioning the industriali zation process in Bengal. What will they say now? It will create direct em ployment of 1 lakh youths. Besides several lakhs will be employed indi rectly. There will be new township here at Deucha Pachami. New malls and markets will also come up“ This will be one of the biggest pro jects in Bengal, the CM said. “Those who say there are no industries please open your eyes and try to find out what we have done and how we are trying to bring in business,“ she said.

Though the coal block was allotted to seven power generation companies of different states, the Bengal government will benefit the most from this dedicated coal mining project. The Deucha-Pachami-Dewanganj-Harinsingha (DPDH) coal block in Birbhum with geological reserve of around 2100 million tonnes coal will be a major source of quality coal for the seven power generation companies of Bengal, Bihar, Karnataka, Punjab, Tamil Nadu, Uttar Pradesh and Himachal Pradesh .

State officials said that it would take time for the land acquisition in 21 villages and they fear that an acquisition proposal will be rejected by the land holders who are mostly tribals and people from minority communities. A senior official said that the acquisition process will start after the assembly polls. A company -West Bengal Mineral Development and Trading Company Ltd (WBMDTCL) -has been formed for the initial operations and a joint venture company -Bengal Birbhum Coalfield Limited -will be responsible for the final operations of lifting coal for power generation. As per the agreement signed by the representa tives of the seven companies, WBMDTCL will manage and supervise the operation of the coal block.Officials said that it would take time to start the actual excavation or production of coal.

WBMDTCL, a source said, will have to take care of the land acquisition following the existing land policy of the state government.

The coal block, measuring about 9.7 sq km at Pachami and Deucha and 2.6 sq km at Dewanganj and Harinsingha, has a good Santhal population. As per census report, the 2011 population of ten mouzas under the project area is around 20,000. Around 7,000 tribals and 5,000 people from different minority communities live in these villages.
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Old January 19th, 2016, 06:27 AM   #4723
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Fed up, a sand storm rages

About 100 villagers in Burdwan yesterday clashed with an alleged sand mafia gang near the Damodar, fed up with the district administration's inaction in curbing illegal sand mining that has caused parts of villages to cave in.

On the bank of the Damodar in Kanakpur, illegal sand mining has been going on for nearly five years in violation of rules, residents said. Rules prohibit any mining within 200 metres of a river but the site where sand is being dug out and lifted in Kanakpur, in Jamalpur block, is barely 20 metres from the Damodar.

The elaborate mining operation involving hundreds of sand pilferers, boats and machinery such as generators and sifters begs a question about the administration's role.

Last monsoon, the land caved in in patches in several villages along the Damodar's bank in Burdwan.

Shyamapada Dey of Shambhupur village, which is about 500 metres from the Damodar, said: "Several houses in my village are in danger. There are cracks in the walls of buildings. Some trees have fallen because of the soil is loose."

When this paper spoke to some sand traders, one of them said lifting sand was also a kind of " shilpo" or industry. "We have been in this sand business and have employed around 500 people," sand trader Lalan Miyan said.

He smiled and added: " Etao tho ekta shilpo (this too is a kind of industry).
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Project will benefit 226,000 people across 43,000 households, besides boosting irrigation, education, health and tourism
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January 19, 2016 Last Updated at 18:48 IST

Shapoorji Pallonji Group owned engineering firm, Sterling and Wilson on Tuesday said it has completed the commissioning of the entire grid-connected electrification project in Sagar Island in West Bengal which will benefit 226,000 people across 43,000 households in the area.

The project, which was funded jointly by the World Bank and the state government is poised to accelerate irrigation, support the local food processing industry and strengthen the education and health services besides giving a thrust to tourism in the area.
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Mamata plays development card

After bicycles for school students, it's shoes. Chief minister Mamata Banerjee played Santa Claus on Tuesday when she spotted some school students without shoes, on her way from Burdwan to Bolpur. Mamata called education minister Partha Chatterjee and asked him to arrange for shoes to primary school students in a week.

In a bid to announce new projects before the Model Code Conduct comes into force sometime next month, the CM in a hurry, laid foundation stones for 67 projects estimated at Rs 750 crore and inaugurated 33 projects adding up to Rs 48 crore. She also promised Rs 400 crore for improving power distribution in rural Burdwan and Rs 262 crore for power supply in town.
Mamata reassured farmers about her support by felicitating 60 farmers with cash awards of Rs 25,000 each. "We did in four years what the Left could not do in four decades. It is time to bid farewell to the politics of terror," the CM said. She reminded the gathering at the Mati Utsav at Burdwan's Sadhanpur that as many as 7.7 crore people will come under the food security project from January 27. Each of them will get rice or wheat at Rs 2 a kg upto five kilos a month. She accounted that over 30 lakh girl child were covered under the Kanyashree project and her government plans to distribute 40 lakh bicycles under Sabuj Sathi scheme. However, she stated that as time is running out before the polls her government will be distributing 25 lakh bicycles to the students by March.
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Pistol, FICN nabbed along Indo-Bangla border

: The Border Security Force (BSF), on Monday night, seized a pistol, bullets and fake Indian currency notes (FICN) of face value Rs 800,000 from along the Indo-Bangladesh border. While the pistol and bullets were seized near Petrapole in North 24-Parganas, the Bangladeshi smuggler carrying the FICN was nabbed in Kaliachak, Malda. Two have been arrested by the Bongaon police on charges of carrying the illegal weapon with the intention to smuggle it to Bangladesh.
"Around 11 pm on Monday, the 40Bn BSF received a tip-off an alert was received by troops of the 40Bn BSF of a possible movement of weapons couriers near the Petrapole Border Outpost. A special operation was launched at 11.40 pm. After midnight BSF stopped and searched BSF stopped two men on a motorcycle and from which they recovered and shortly after midnight a motorcycle was spotted near the International Border. The vehicle was stopped and a search revealed a plastic bag with a country-made 9 mm pistol, a magazine and eight rounds of ammunition. The two men were also were also carrying three mobile phones. The duo were handed over to the Bongaon police along with the seized items," a senior BSF officer said.
In the second case, the BSF received information regarding transaction of FICN near the Kaliachak Market on NH34. Around 6 pm on Monday, troops of the Sector HQ BSF, Malda launched a special operation with personnel from the Kaliachak police station. Around 6.45 pm, suspicious movement was noticed near the market. A person was nabbed and searched. He was A person carrying bundles of FICN wrapped in plastic of face value Rs 800,000 was nabbed. He was also carrying Rs 2,000, two mobile phones and a passport was also confiscated from him. During interrogation, the smuggler revealed that he is Anarul Islam (48), from Kharial (Monakasha) village of Shibganj, Chapainawabganj district, Bangladesh, say sources. He had entered India with a valid visa through the international check-post in Hili on November 1, 2015.
"Islam has been handed over to the Kaliaghat police station along with the FICN and other material. We are checking his connections with other FICN racketeers in India and Bangladesh. We suspect that Islam was at Kaliaganj market to hand over the FICN bundles to someone. We are trying to find out the identity of the receiver," a senior police officer said.
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Old January 20th, 2016, 07:24 AM   #4727
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What is the cash money to the farmers for ?
Also she can consider to make the cycle factory in the state as this will create jobs and help with Sabuj Sathi scheme.
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Old January 21st, 2016, 06:44 AM   #4728
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Sea of poppies, hotbed of violence

A fortnight after the Kaliachak violence where the police station was vandalised and torched on January 3, cops are convinced the planned attack was instigated by smugglers and illegal traders who thrive in the lawlessness at Kaliachak.
While smuggling of fake currency and arms has been a big racket for years, the explosion in poppy cultivation has added to the illegal activities that abound in this place bordering Bangladesh.
Grown by local farmers under the watchful eyes of the 'mafia', the poppy fields produce tonnes of opium.
For Class VI student Ibrahim of Sahbajpur, carrying a container of concentrated opium resin known as atha (glue) in local parlance across the border fetches Rs 100, a princely sum for people residing in these border lands. Children like Ibrahim and women are used as carriers to smuggle opium across the border. Crossing over to Bangladesh in the morning and returning before sunset is a common practice.
Finer products like heroin are carried back from there through Lalgola and Domkal. Around 750-800 gm of resin is required to produce 100 gm of heroin. The riches from the opium trade has reduced poverty.
Ismail Sheikh of Golapgunj, a daily labourer till recently, has come into wealth and built a pucca house and bought a motorcycle. How? He took 1 bigha land on contract for a year and sowed poppy. "Last October, we all took seeds of mustard or wheat but Ismail went for poppy. And we heard that he garnered over Rs 50,000 from the plot," said his neighbour Alim.
Ismail's isn't the only rags to riches story. Thousands of farmers in Malda, Nadia and Murshidabad have found the short cut to success within three-four months, dumping the uncertainty over ravi crop to welcome offers from some 'foreigners'.
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Old January 23rd, 2016, 06:21 AM   #4729
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The bomb factory explores yet again

TMC leader's brothers die as stocked bombs explode

Two persons, both brothers of a Trinamool Congress gram panchayat member, died in an explosion inside a house in Amodpur late on Thursday evening. The explosion was so strong that the house, a pucca structure on nearly 400 sq ft area, was completely flattened.
Though Jabir Hossain, the gram panchayat leader and the elder brother of the deceased, claimed criminals had hurled bombs, police suspect explosives went off while being moved or a crude bomb exploded while it was being made. The deceased have been identified as Sheikh Tarik Hossain (28) and Hafijul Sheikh (27). It is suspected that some others were also injured in the explosion but they were shifted to hospitals elsewhere to evade questioning by the police.
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Old January 26th, 2016, 01:49 AM   #4730
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IOC to invest Rs 3kcr in Haldia

Indian Oil Corpora tion's Haldia refinery is in expansion mode. A sum of Rs 3,240 crore is being invested in two units adjoining the plant here. While a cracker unit will come up by December 2017, another Fit preparation unit will be completed by the end of this year.

Haldia had earned the blacksheep tag by incurring a Rs 2,300 crore loss in 2014-15 when the public sector Nav ratna company clocked a re cord Rs 5,600 profit. It is hoped the new units will help the re finery make a turnaround.

IOC Haldia executive di rector A P Gangopadhyay sa id: We expect to make a turnaround in our financial per formance from 2018-19 onwards when both units go onstre am. Gangopadhyay added We have got land adjoining our present plant in Haldia from Hindustan Fertiliser Corporation. Both units will come up on that land. The smaller of the two units, a Fit preparation unit to produce lubricants, will be completed by December. We have earmarked Rs 140 crore for this project. While this will increase our revenue only marginally, the larger Rs 3,100 crore cracker unit will come up by December 2017. When this project producing petrol, diesel and kerosene goes onstream, the total capacity of the Haldia refinery will increase to 8 million tons annually from the present 7.5 million tons. Our challenge is to meet the project completion targets for both units.

The units will help IOC's Haldia operations make a financial turnaround, said Gangopadhyay . About 1,500 contractual labourers will be employed to set them up.When both units are commissioned, direct employment at IOC Haldia will increase by about 250, he added.

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Old January 28th, 2016, 07:01 AM   #4731
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Well another Mayawati indeed

' Mati' house for Ma Mati Manush CM



A faux mud-house, built to the chief minister's taste and fitted luxuriously within, was the one high point of Mati Utsav that concluded on Monday in Burdwan.

An official said the two-storey building, called "my house" by Mamata Banerjee, would not cost less than Rs 35 lakh. Another official who did not wish to be named said Rs 1 crore was spent on the house.

Mati Utsav, which started on January 19, did not yield a rich crop. Farmers did not come in droves to the fair ground at the Kalna Agriculture Farm. The venue, called Mati Tirtha, had around 25 stalls on agriculture as well as food. Clay models depicted various government projects such as the Anganwadi scheme.

Farmer House is made of cement and painted outside to look like a mud-house. Straw covers the verandah and corrugated sheets the roof, but the inside of the house is unlike other mud-houses.

The "cottage" has a hall on the ground floor. The first floor has two rooms - a master bedroom and a "waiting" room. All rooms have provisions for ACs, though not fitted yet. The building has been provided an electricity connection already and has four bathrooms.

Fitting rural surroundings have been created, not without a touch of aesthetics. A tulsi mandir adorns the entrance. Fifty-two betel nut trees and five coconut trees surround the house. The floor at the entrance is decorated with alpana of footprints of the goddess Lakshmi, traditional Bengali decoration for houses. A birdhouse has been set up on the side of the staircase. Flower plants and vegetable patches with tomato, chilli and brinjal plants add to the beautification.

Protected by security personnel, the house does not allow access to visitors

"The cottage has been designed and decorated following the directions of Madam. The interiors have been done up according to her wish, with cushions, cane furniture and a swing. Arrangements have been made for drawing and painting equipment. A large desk has been installed in her room, where she will write poems, stories and other things."

An assistant engineer of the agriculture marketing board, Prithviraj Ghosh, said: "All wooden furniture inside the cottage and the windows and doors have been made of teak wood from Siliguri. According to the chief minister's wish, we have designed the doors and windows based on old-world motifs. The cane swing has been put up in the verandah as she wanted it. Perhaps she will spend her evenings relaxing there."
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Centre takes over 7 Duncan gardens



The Centre has authorised the Tea Board to take over the management control of seven gardens of the G.P. Goenka-headed Duncan Industries in north Bengal, stepping onto a populist but tricky terrain left open by Mamata Banerjee ahead of the Assembly elections.

The Union ministry of commerce and industry invoked a rarely used section of the Tea Act of 1953 to take control of the gardens in the Dooars, saying they "are being managed in a manner highly detrimental to the tea industry and to public interest".
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Tata Metaliks DI Pipes gets environmental nod for expasnion at West Bengal plant

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I think if these tea gardens were left with the foreign companies then, we would have seen much better results.
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so that more starvation deaths happen. so that the jute tragedy of Bengal and cotton tragedy of Mumbai re-occur. At the end of the day the SG and Goenka have shaken hands making these tea garden works starve to death. Hence, Centre had to exercise control.
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I think if these tea gardens were left with the foreign companies then, we would have seen much better results.
It's the same story with the jUte mills dotting Bengal, where ownership moved from English/Scottish/European owners to native "traders" who overnight had been given the baton of industries without being "industrialists" themselves -> NET RESULT : Asset Stripping !
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Though I have very little knowledge in this subject, but just asking - how come the tea estates in the south are running smoothly? We all know tea is the most consumed beverage in the world. Except some hand full of countries ( that too grows in particular terrain and climatic condition) no other competitors are there. What is the reason behind this sorrow state of tea garden here in Bengal?

One reason according to me is that no of worker concentration is high compared to required. Correct me if I'm wrong.
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Hiranandani arm to start work on LNG project off Bengal

Real-estate giant Hiranandani Group outfit H-Energy is embarking on an ambitious integrated project to source and market liquefied natural gas to consumers in India and Bangladesh via a pipeline.

If all stars align, we will start construction of the four million tonne floating storage and re-gassification unit (FRSU) off Bengal in August, Darshan Hiranandani, managing director, Hiranandani Group of Companies, told BusinessLine in an exclusive interview.

The Rs. 2,400-crore project will take three months to complete and have 26 per cent equity participation by Excelerate Energy of the US, he said.

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A new concept for India, H-Energy is planning the facility as neither the Kolkata nor the Haldia port has the draft to accommodate large LNG carriers.

But, what makes the project unique is its marketing plan. Riding on the regional cooperation initiatives, H-Energy proposes to supply regassified-LNG (R-LNG) to energy-starved Bangladesh. Dhaka was offered the option of bringing its own gas at the H-Energy-run terminal and then moving it via a pipeline. But, Bangladesh preferred to source it on long-term close to 20-year basis from H-Energy.

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old news item from 24 Nov 15; Wonder if a noted newspaper missed this over some gate feud. The news has been posted in the WB thread. This is the PIB version.

Ministry of Railways Signs Assured Off Take (AOT) Agreements With SAIL-RITES Bengal Wagon Industry Pvt. Ltd. (SRBWIPL)


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Indian Railways have taken another step in line with “Make in India” initiative of Govt. of India by signing the Assured Off Take Agreements (AOT) with SAIL-RITES Bengal Wagon Industry Pvt. Ltd. (SRBWIPL) for manufacture & rehabilitation of wagons at Kulti, West Bengal. The Minister of Railways, Shri Suresh Prabhakar Prabhu was the Chief Guest at the Agreements Signing Ceremony here today. The signing has paved the way of commencement of the production of stainless steel wagons at the factory. The Union Minister of Steel and Mines, Shri Narendra Singh Tomar was also specially present on the occasion. Chairman, Railway Board, Shri A.K. Mital, Secretary, Ministry of Steel Ms. Aruna Sundarajan, Railway Board Members, CMD SAIL, CMD RITES and other senior officials were also present on the occasion.

Speaking on the occasion, Minister of Railways Shri Suresh Prabhu said that today’s Agreement is a very significant landmark for both Ministry of Railways and Ministry of Steel. Two major PSUs of Central Govt. namely RITES of Ministry of Railways and SAIL of Ministry of Steel have come together to set up a joint venture which is a Rs. 2500 Crores “Make in India” initiative. He hoped that the factory will manufacture most modern wagons which are required for expansion of Indian Railways and the factory will emerge as a Centre of Excellence for development and manufacture of special purpose wagons for domestic and international market. Shri Prabhu said that it will contribute to the economic development of the region and lead to employment generation and creation of ancillary industries. Shri Suresh Prabhu pointed out that the steel is a very important component for the development of economy.

SALIENT FEATURES OF THE PROJECT

Manufacture of New Wagons

Assured off take by IR – 1200 modern high speed stainless steel wagons per annum
Total covered space – 10,800 sq. mtr. Approx.
High end sophisticated hydraulically controlled jigs & fixtures for manufacture of underframe, side body & end body of wagons.
CNC gang drilling machine for simultaneous drilling of centre sill at four locations
CNC under water plasma cutting machine for precision profile cutting of stainless steel plates
Main sheds equipped with EOT cranes
Unique Rail-cum-Road vehicle for simultaneous shunting of wagons on rail and movement on road

Rehabilitation of In-Service Wagons

Assured off take by IR - 300 wagons rehabilitation per year
2000 sq. m of covered space with EOT cranes in wagon repair & rehabilitation shed
Full rake length of track available in factory for turning out wagons in rake form
Machines, tools & plant available for turning out 50 wagons per month
Carry out unloadable repair of wagons for Indian Railways


Quality & Environment Management System

SRBWIPL has been awarded ISO: 9001-2008 certification for its Quality Management System.
ISO 14001 for Environment Management System is expected by Jan’2016.
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Which project he is referring? This is awesome..

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Sat, 30 Jan 2016-05:20pm , New Delhi , PTI


The Railways Ministry is investing billions of dollars to modernise the sector and give a push to the 'Make in India' initiative, which is a "marathon" and not a "sprint", Railways Minister Suresh Prabhu said on Saturday.

Prabhu said the government is making right investments to make the manufacturing initiative a success story. 'Make in India' "is a mission and not a slogan. We are working on it. I always say that if you are doing a marathon run, do not run as a sprinter," he said here at the ET Global Business Summit.


There are lot of comparative advantages in India for the manufacturing sector and the world situation today favours India, he said. Talking about modernisation of the railways, he said the ministry has already issued tenders for $7 billion for diesel and electric locomotives.

Besides, the ministry is planning to invest $20 billion to $25 billion for locomotive and coach building factories in West Bengal. He also said that about 85% of the over $16 billion high speed rail network will be made in India and "the ecosystem which will be developed because of (these investments) will be unimaginable".
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