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Old August 9th, 2008, 06:17 PM   #21
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Himachal Pradesh to set up fruit packaging plant


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The Himachal Pradesh government on Tuesday announced it would set up a fruit packaging plant in the state to boost its fruit sales abroad.

Chief Minister Prem Kumar Dhumal, while interacting with Paul Vaughan, trade commissioner of the New Zealand high commission here, said the state would follow the packaging practices of New Zealand growers.

"We would examine the possibilities of adopting apple and fruit packaging system available with the New Zealand growers in this hill state," Dhumal said.

According to him, the apple produce was currently being marketed in a number of foreign countries after getting the crop graded. With the packaging plant coming up, the produce could be marketed directly anywhere in the world.
Dhumal added that the state government would explore the possibility of entering into joint ventures with private players for setting up the plant.

Vaughan said New Zealand was keen to develop trade relationship with Himachal Pradesh. He said the plant would be capable to process 1.5 tons of apple per hour and carry colour sorting, density grading, blemish sorting, single, dual and multi-lane sorting and packing.
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HP sends Rs 226 cr loan waiver proposal


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Around 1.3 lakh small and marginal farmers of the state stand to get benefitted by the Central agricultural loan waiver scheme with the state government forwarding their loan details amounting to Rs 226 crore, Chief Minister Prem Kumar Dhumal said today.

Presiding over a review meeting of the state Cooperative Department here, Dhumal said the State Cooperative Bank, Agriculture and Rural Development Bank, Kangra Central Cooperative bank, Kangra Primary Agriculture Rural Development Bank and Jogindra Central Cooperative banks have advanced a loan of Rs 226 crore to the farmers of the state.

With the announcement of the Union government to waive off agriculture debts, about 1.30 lakh farmers of Himachal are likely to get benefitted, an official release said.

He said cooperatives are the backbone of the rural economy and the state has a vast network of 4,404 cooperative societies with a membership of 13.88 lakh today as compared to 663 cooperative societies with a membership of 18,375 in 1948.
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HP to prepare data bank of village infrastructure


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The Himachal Pradesh government has decided to conduct a survey of its villages to review infrastructural facilities available there and draw future plans to overcome the deficiencies.

The survey, ordered by Chief Minister Prem Kumar Dhumal, to prepare a comprehensive data bank of infrastructural conditions of all 17,495 villages and 3,243 panchayats in the state will be conducted by Economics and Statistical department from next week, Economic Advisor to the state government Pradeep Chauhan said.

The task will be completed in two months after which a detailed report would be submitted to the government for formulating appropriate development plans, he added.
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OK Play India plans units in Haryana, HP

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Ok Play India limited, leading plastic moulding company would shortly set up manufacturing units at Bewal in Haryana and Baddi in Himachal Pradesh.

Managing director of the company, Rajan Handa told FE on Monday that the company has been allotted 15 acres of land at Bewal by the Haryana State Industrial and Infrastructure Development Corporation (HSIIDC) and the unit would be commissioned by year 2009. Next in line would be the unit at Baddi in Himachal Pradesh for which the company has identified land and the total project cost had been pegged at Rs 70 crore.

However, Handa, said he was particularly upbeat about Haryana as the company had been awarded Rs 32 -crore -order by the state government only this week for the supply of 300,000 plastic water tanks for drinking water supply scheme launched by the state government. He said that the entire supplies would be made by March 2009 and the plant at Mewat in Haryana was ready to meet the order requirements.

Handa said OK Play India limited, previously known as Aquapure Containers was established in 1989 to manufacture plastic water storage tanks. It was renamed as OK Play India limited after acquiring a UK based toy company - OK Play in 1992.

He claimed that OK Play known for its innovative products was one of the few moulders in the country that had capabilities for all types of plastic moulding - rotational moulding, blow moulding and injection moulding. It is recognised as leaders in rotational moulding by the industry.
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Housing scheme for Baddi workers chalked out

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Inspite the consistent demands by the workers, the Baddi industrial belt,which has attracted investments of over Rs 10,000 crore in about 1,000 units over the past 4-5 years, has not been able to provide adequate housing facilities for the migratory workforce.

Taking a step forward in this direction, CII proposed a housing scheme, which has recently been approved by the Himachal government and will prove to be a boon for the industrial migratory workforce in the Baddi-Barotiwala-Nalagarh industrial belt.

The pilot scheme proposes construction of about 12,000 studio apartments for 24,000 workers which will be developed in 500 clusters of 24 workmen dwellings. The dwelling clusters will comprise of two storey & twin room apartments to cater to the need of providing open spaces to the occupants.

The scheme is likely to catalyse an investment of over Rs 200 crore and will be financed by the nationalised banks and Housing Development Finance Corporation( HDFC). A governing body having representatives from the state industries department, banks and the Baddi Barotiwala Nalagarh Development Authority will market and coordinate the scheme.

Elaborating upon the scheme, Rajender Guleria, president, Baddi Barotiwala Nalagarh Industries Association told FE, “With over 1,50,000 people working in the industrial units here it was the need of the hour to provide affordable housing for the workforce. There will be a tripartite lease agreement of 10-12 years between the agriculturist-owner, financing bank and the industry. The industry will pay EMI’s to the bank till full repayment of loan against each dwelling. We are in talks with Canara Bank, HDFC and Punjab National Bank for financing the scheme. The agriculturist will have to spare about 1,125 sq mt of land. About 500 agriculturists are likely to be involved in the scheme.”

The industrial bodies have solicited assistance from the state government in the form of creation of mortgage in favor of the bankers of 375 sq mt land comprising of 8 double story dwellings with waiver of stamp duty on mortgage & tripartite lease agreement registration.
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ADB to invest $90 mn in HP tourism


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The Asian Development Bank (ADB) on Wednesday proposed to invest over $90 million in tourism-related infrastructure in Himachal Pradesh.


Chief Minister Prem Kumar Dhumal after a meeting with the a five-member ADB team visiting parts of the state, said tourism has been the basic sector contributing significantly towards the gross domestic product of the state.

During the preceding calender year, over 92 lakh tourists, both domestic and foreign, had visited the state, a release said here.

The ADB has prepared a roadmap for tourism infrastructure development in the country, including in the state. The world body has agreed, in principle, to invest 90 million US Dollars in building tourism infrastructure and restoration and conservation of heritage properties.
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Luminous Teleinfra to set up two units in Himachal

Manesar-based Luminous Teleinfra Ltd, an SAR group company, is setting up two manufacturing units in Himachal Pradesh with an investment of Rs 200 crore to manufacture deep-cycle telecom batteries, power management units, power conversion devices and innovative solutions for reduction in operating expenditures and carbon emissions for telecom operators.

The company will also provide turnkey site preparation services for telecom cell sites all over the country, leveraging its competencies in supply chain and project management, and network design and implementation.

Speaking to Business Standard, Luminous Teleinfra Director & President Paresh Pradhan said: “We are setting up two manufacturing units in the Una district of Himachal Pradesh, one for the telecom batteries and the other for power electronics.

The telecom battery unit will have a manufacturing capacity of 1 billion ampere per hour (Ah), while the power electronics unit will have the capacity to produce 50,000 units per annum”.

In the first phase, we will invest Rs 100 crore in the project and another Rs 100 crore in the second phase.”

The firm has started work on the project and is expecting to complete it by the second quarter of 2009-10. It is being financed by the promoters’ equity and term loans by banks.

Pradhan said: “We have developed unique technologies for enhancing energy efficiency in telecom Base Transreceiver Station sites. These will enable the use of renewable energy sources like wind and solar power to substantially reduce operating expenditure and carbon footprint for telecom operators in India and developing countries all over the world.”

IVCF, a subsidiary of IFCI Ltd, has taken a minority stake (less than 5 per cent) in the company. IVCF is investing Rs 16 crore. Pradhan said in the near future, the company would dilute its equity.

Rakesh Malhotra, managing director of Luminous Teleinfra Ltd and founder of SAR Group, said: “We view this investment by IVCF as a validation of the business model of Luminous Teleinfra Ltd and the company is looking forward to a great partnership with IVCF in the future.”

“The market size in the telecom passive infrastructure space for our products and services over the next few years in India and the developing world will be well over $6 billion. In addition to rapidly scaling up capacities, the company will also pursue acquisition opportunities overseas,” Malhotra said.

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Old November 26th, 2008, 07:43 PM   #28
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Parbati-II HEP to be readied on 'best effort'

NHPC Ltd has scheduled the commissioning of unit-I of the 800-mw (4x200 mw) Parbati hydroelectric power project in Himachal Pradesh to November 2011 on "best effort" basis. The other three units are expected to be commissioned thereafter.

The power project was earlier scheduled to commission by December 2010 but was delayed owing to contractual problems and slow progress in excavation of headrace tunnel due to poor geological strata.

Speaking to Projectmonitor, NHPC officials admitted that the contractual problems had not been sorted out completely due to which work on the project was lagging. Efforts are on to commission all the units in the 11th Plan on "best effort" basis, they said.

The project is a run-of-the-river 'inter-basin transfer' scheme that will harness the hydro potential of the lower reaches of Parbati river. The river is proposed to be diverted at Pulga village in Parbati valley and the powerhouse will be located at Suind village in Sainj valley. The project is expected to generate 3,176 million kwh in a 90 per cent dependable year.

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Best Western Royal Park, Baddi to be operational by February 2009

Best Western Royal Park at Baddi in Himachal Pradesh will be operational by February 2009. Chandigarh-based real estate developer, Allied Properties, recently diversified into hospitality by forming the Royal Park company, which owns Best Western Royal Park. Royal Park has entered into a management and franchise agreement with Best Western India.

Spread across an area of 2.5 acres, the 51 room Best Western Royal Park offers a 24x7 coffee shop, rooftop restaurant, gymnasium, bar, conference and banqueting facilities. The three star hotel will target industrial clientele. Speaking exclusively to Hospitality Biz, Ashok Kukreja, Partner, Royal Park and Allied Properties said, “Pharmaceutical companies make up 60 per cent of Baddi (an industrial town). Those projects, which will be operational till March 2010 in this region, will enjoy tax holidays; for instance, 100 per cent exemption from excise duty for ten years, 100 per cent Income Tax exemption for the first five years and from the sixth year 30 per cent Income Tax exemption. Hence, we see potential for hotels in this region and aim to position Best Western Royal Park as the best hotel in the region.”

Elaborating on the agreement with Best Western India, Kukreja informed, “Best Western is the suitable brand for this hotel because we believe that it understands the owners’ expectations and requirements. Also, it enjoys good rapport with the worldwide market.” Sudhir Sinha, President and COO, Best Western India states, “We see huge potential in this location; it is not always about big hotel projects, but about catering to the clientele and market that requires Best Western’s services and support.”

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China to cooperate with Himachal in promoting varied sectors

Shimla: China Government would be extending technical and allied expertise in tourism; herbal, hydro power and horticulture sectors to Himachal Pradesh Government stated a high level Chinese delegation headed by the Chinese Ambassador Zhang Yan who called on Prem Kumar Dhumal, the Chief Minister today.

Prem Kumar Dhumal, raised the issue of providing access to the Mansarovar pilgrims through Himachal Pradesh, which was shortest and comparatively more safer to undertake pilgrimage to the Holy Mansarovar in Chinese territory. He said that he would also be writing to the Government of India to take up the matter with its Chinese counterparts so that the route was opened for pilgrimage through Himachal Pradesh and that it would go a long way in opening tourism promotion avenues to Chinese as well.

Welcoming investment and technical expertise of Chinese in promotion of different sectors, he said that bordering areas of both the countries had common topography where similar herbs could be cultivated to give boost to promote traditional system of ayurvedic medicines. He further stated that the State already had requisitioned the services of Chinese road Construction Company which would be creating quality infrastructure in the State.
Zhang Yan, Chinese Ambassador, said that the Chinese Government would be volunteering its expertise in various fields and that trade and commerce between both the countries was on the increase and about US$ 45 billion worth of it was being carried at the moment which was likely to increase further.

Chinese Ambassador invited Prem Kumar Dhumal, Chief Minister, to visit China to see for himself the development and other projects of concern which could be beneficial to the State in future development.

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Himachal nod to MoU for Baddi-Chandigarh expressway

Industry of Baddi, Barotiwala and Nalagarh have news to cheer about as the Himachal Pradesh government has approved a draft memorandum of understanding (MoU) for building an expressway connecting this important industrial cluster to neighbouring Chandigarh.

“The state cabinet gave its nod late on Wednesday, under which Himachal Pradesh and Punjab will sign an MoU to build a six-lane, 67.7-km-long expressway connecting the industrial belt of Baddi, Barotiwala and Nalagarh to Chandigarh,” a spokesman of the state government said.

“This is a long-pending demand of the Baddi industry. The highway will start in Chandigarh, pass through the Mohali international airport and terminate at Baddi,” he added.

The expressway will incorporate provisions to expand the road into 10 lanes which will prove instrumental in providing quality connectivity to the entire industrial belt of Baddi, Barotiwala and Nalagarh.

The cabinet also approved leasing out 34 bighas of government land for Rs 34.90 lakh to Accent Hydro Ltd to build the 4.5-Mw mini hydel project at Milan in the tribal-dominated Kinnaur district.

The cabinet also amended the HP Passenger and Goods Act, 1955. This will reduce freight charges from the existing Rs 4.5 per additional 10 kg to Rs 3 for different types of cotton yarn.

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Himachal set to become India’s 1st carbon-free state

To Announce Implementation Of Carbon-Neutral Policy By March

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Chandigarh: Himachal Pradesh, which has mandated all government departments to begin environment audit, is on its way to becoming the country’s first and the world’s second carbon-free state.

People of Himachal will be expected to undergo lifestyle changes, according to the environment master plan and ‘Policy & Strategy on Climate Change & Harnessing Carbon Credits’. Beginning with audits, the policy will focus on the functioning of all departments, especially those involved in development.

‘‘We must ensure that the technology used for projects like road cutting and tunnel digging is not harmful to flora and fauna. Technology must change as we have to ensure disposal of waste in an environment friendly manner,’’ said Arun Sharma, secretary to chief minister Prem Kumar Dhumal. The plan entails a novel approach towards disposal of garbage by civic bodies and of muck by contractors involved in hydel projects or even those into development work like construction of bridges.

The HP government will sign an MoU with the state of California. In fact, over the years, India is expected to earn $2.27 billion from selling certified emissions reduction to the US. Himachal has approached Nobel laureate R K Pachauri, chairman of Inter-governmental Panel on Climate Change, who has shown interest in coming on board.

Dhumal told TOI, ‘‘Himachal Pradesh is working towards providing a model that other states can emulate. People’s involvement is of prime importance and every Himachali will have a role in making the state carbon-free. We hope to have an agreement with California soon.’’

‘‘The state will announce the implementation of its carbon-neutral policy by March,’’ said Himachal’s environment and forest minister J P Nadda. Explaining the action plan, he said, ‘‘12,000 hectares have been made available for carbon credits. A validator from World Bank is to verify that this land is available for only growing trees.’’ Most of this land is under panchayats where there’s a great deal of awareness, and where at least four CFL bulbs have been distributed free of cost per family. ‘‘This has been done under a national scheme at a cost of Rs 80 crore,’’ said Dhumal.
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Old June 26th, 2009, 02:06 PM   #33
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Himachal Pradesh - Industrial Projects

Serious industrial investment in Himachal Pradesh started after the excise and income tax exemption package was implemented from 2003. Initially it was meant for a period of 10 years. Later, it was reduced and finally increased for units starting commercial production by March, 2010. It is expected that the package will be extended to its original deadline of March, 2013.
Himachal Pradesh has seen the top manufacturing companies of the world setting up their plants in the state. Major industrial activity has taken place in the plains of the state. Notably, BBN (Baddi Barotiwala Nalagarh), Kala Amb, and Tahliwal have got the most investment. BBN has emerged as a star in North India as a hub of industrial manufacturing. The recession has affected the setting up of new units but despite that some serious investment has come to the state. The latest to join the list is MHB Filters India Pvt. Ltd. (A joint venture of Mann + Hummel and Bosch) which is setting up its filters manufacturing plant near Nalagarh. Considering present policy it will not be possible for a manufacturer to meet the March, 2010 production deadline if he decides to go in for a greenfield project but BBN has some good facilities for lease to jumpstart production.
This thread seeks to track industries setting up their projects in the current environment where just 9 months are left for the economic package to expire.
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Hi Hilltech...

I am from Nalagarh. Can you tell me any major Infrastructure projects coming up in BBN area? Like Pinjore-Nalagarh Highway, or railway connectivity? And also about major investments by corporations.
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The BBNDA (Baddi Barotiwala Nalagarh Development Authority) was set up to properly plan the growth in the BBN Area. The Inland container depot which will come up soon in Baddi will be a major development. See this link from The Tribune:- http://www.tribuneindia.com/2009/200...himachal.htm#3.
Piped gas for Industries in BBN will also be a reality soon. Check this link:-
http://www.siliconindia.com/shownews...nid-57658.html
The state of the highway from Pinjore to Baddi is in a pathetic state but there is a ray of hope with work of widening and metalling in progress though the speed is slow.
Overall the infrastructure development is trying to keep pace with the rapid industrialisation in BBN.
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Godrej to invest Rs 120 cr in TV unit

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NEW DELHI: Godrej Appliances plans to invest Rs 120 crore in setting up a television facility in Himachal Pradesh by the middle of next year to meet
supply as it goes ahead with national distribution of its recently-launched television brand Eon.

The market for televisions in India is dominated by brands such as LG, Samsung, Videocon, Onida and Sony. Godrej Appliances, traditionally known for its refrigerators, has over the last few years expanded into various new product categories such as air-conditioners, washing machines and DVD players.

The consumer durable unit of privately-held Godrej & Boyce Manufacturing, is close to finalising a location in Himachal Pradesh for setting up a television factory with annual capacity of around four lakh units.

Currently, the TV sets are being produced in a small factory near Baddi, Himachal Pradesh. The firm will also invest Rs 70 crore to double production capacity for air-conditioners at its Uttarakhand plant to 2 lakh units.
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HPTDC to launch five star hotels

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The Himachal Pradesh Tourism Development Corporation (HPTDC) is likely to open five star luxurious hotels in Shimla, Manali, Chail and Kasauli as a part of its expansion programme.

The Himachal Pradesh Government has already given its nod to the HPTDC for the hotel project. The details of project are likely to be further discussed at a board meeting of the HPTDC shortly.

Currently, the state government is working towards getting private companies to invest in this expansion programme.

HPTDC has over fifty hotel properties across Himachal Pradesh. However, the most luxurious HPTDC hotels currently are three-star, unlike private hotel chains which already have five star hotels at many places in the state.
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Himachal Pradesh okays bio-tech park in Baddi

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The Himachal Pradesh Government has accorded approval for setting up of a Rs 200-crore bio-technology park at Aduwal in the Baddi industrial belt.

The park is to be built on the PPP model and is around 50 km from Chandigarh.

The state government has authorised the concerned department to invite bids from private developers for setting up this proposed bio-tech park.

The state has decided to release Rs 14 crore for the basic infrastructure development, including road, power, water, site development and clearances and civil infrastructure for the BT incubator and other equipment while the Union Government has released Rs 9 crore for the park.

England based Matt Macdonald has submitted its feasibility report on the project some time ago.
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