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Old March 21st, 2009, 03:34 PM   #41
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Infrastructure gap narrowing at slow pace

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Indian Railways has chalked out an ambitious Rs 24,000 crore modernisation plan to be implemented over the next five years. Bulk of this investment is expected to be met by the Railways and private players would be allowed to participate in peripheral areas like station modernisation. Till date around 16 stations have been identified for modernisation under PPP and these include New Delhi, Chennai, Howrah, Mumbai CST, Bangalore, Bhopal and Lucknow amongst others.
Although the private sector is expected to participate on a large scale in developing and running metro rail projects in major cities like Mumbai, Bangalore, Hyderabad and Chennai, the pace of awarding the contracts has not gained momentum.

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http://www.projectsmonitor.com/NEWPR...hambal-by-2011

Chambal Cable Stayed Bridge: India's first-of-its-kind, State-of-the-Art Bridge to be ready by 2011


  • 350-metre span with axial suspension.
  • 6-lanes.
  • It is the first of its kind to be built in India.
  • a 700m cable stay structure (350m main span), and
  • two access viaducts, one on either side of the bridge, a total of 400 metres in length

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A new cable-stay bridge over river Chambal on NH-76 in Rajasthan is expected to be ready by 2011, officials of French firm Freyssinet, a leading contractor for the project, told Projectmonitor. The 1.4-km bridge is part of National Highways Authority of India's East-West Corridor. The bridge will connect the under-construction Kota Bypass (km 406 to km 381) project on one side and the four-laned Kota-Chittorgarh section (km 381 to km 361) on the other. Apart from improving connectivity within Rajasthan, the bridge would be a crucial to link neighbouring Madhya Pradesh and Gujarat.
Freyssinet said that casting of the main span had begun recently, and work on the two pylons and lateral spans was well underway. The cable-stay portion, being made in the “semi-fan” arrangement, will have a main span of 350m and two side spans of 175m each. The bridge will carry a six-lane vehicular deck, three for each direction. A 400m access bridge and a 300m approach road would also be part of the project.
Elaborating on its role, Freyssinet said that through it outfits Freyssinet Menard India Pvt. Ltd and Freyssinet International Company, it would supply and supervise two travelling formwork units for casting the main spans. Among other things, it would also be supplying and installing 80 permanent steel cables, between 50m and 190m in length, together containing 650,000m of strand length. The Freyssinet entities are acting as subcontractors to Hyundai Engineering & Construction Company Ltd which along with Gammon India Ltd constitutes the main contractor partnership. The bridge has been designed by Systra, a multinational engineering firm, based in France.
The bridge will deploy Freyssinet Compact Stay System incorporating Freyssinet’s proprietary cable damping system. This maximises the effective area of the stay while minimising wind effects, enabling cost saving reductions in pylon overall dimensions and steel content, Freyssinet observed. Freyssinet has been involved in a large number of cable-stay bridges worldwide including Millau (France), Rion-Antirion (Greece), Golden Ears (Canada) and Bai Chai (Vietnam), to name a few.
There are very few cable-stay bridges over rivers as far as NHAI's National Highway Development Programme goes. Speaking to Projectmonitor, V.K. Sharma, a senior NHAI spokesperson, said that the Naini bridge in Uttar Pradesh, connecting the cities of Naini and Allahabad along NH-27, was one such completed bridge. The bridge with a four-lane concrete deck was built between 2000 and 2004 as a “special project”, not belonging to a particular NHDP phase, he explained. The main contractor was a consortium between Hyundai Engineering & Construction Company Ltd of Korea and Hindustan Construction Company. Built over river Yamuna, the 1.5-km bridge, with a cable-stay portion of 630m, has a main span of 260m, less than that of the upcoming Chambal bridge
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GAIL to lay down 600-km long gas pipeline in MP
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MP: Gas Authority of India Limited (GAIL) will lay down a 600-km long gas pipeline from Jhabua to Kailaras in Madhya Pradesh at an estimated
cost of Rs 3,000 crore, a top company official said today.

"The proposed gas pipeline from Jhabua to Kailaras covering a distance of nearly 600 km will be laid at an estimated cost of Rs 3,000 crore," GAIL Chairman U D Choubey told reporters at the company's Vijaypur plant.

"It will have a visible impact in the area in the next two-three years," he said.

The cost of the pipleline between the two points (Jhabua and Kailaras) will be Rs 2,500 crore while another Rs 500 crore will be spent on installing two compressors, the Chairman said.

GAIL has already laid down 6000 km long gas pipeline in India and has plans to lay down a pipeline of equivalent length across the country, he said.

The company also plans to supply piped gas in a radius of 50 km in the cities situated along the route of the pipeline and nearly 230 cities and towns including Guna, Indore, Gwalior and Malanpur have been shortlisted for the purpose, Chobey said.
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MP plans country's largest integrated logistics park

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Madhya Pradesh is developing what could be termed as the country's first state-developed integrated logistics hub at Pawarkheda in
Hoshangabad district.

It is part and parcel of the state government's plan for making Madhya Pradesh the warehousing and logistics hub of the country.

Spearheading the activities is MP Warehousing and Logistics Corporation (MPWLC), which has already identified three strategic locations at Pawarkheda, Jabalpur (Jabalpur district) and Ratlam (Ratlam district) for development.

The integrated logistics hub planned at Pawarkheda is a joint venture project between MPWLC and MP State Agricultural Marketing Board (Mandi Board). set up in 1958 as a joint venture between state government and the Central Warehousing Corporation, MPWLC has a strong presence in the state with more than 1,200 godowns having a capacity of almost 12 lakh MT and 233 branch offices. While the Mandi Board is the apex body having seven regional offices, 238 APMCs (mandis) and 276 sub-mandis.

Anil Srivastava, managing director of MPWLC, said, "We are inviting private participants for public private partnership on build-and-transfer model for a period of 30 years.

Major private sector players having expertise in logistics will be attracted to the state bringing with them world-class technology and equipment, he said.

The process has already begun with interested parties in discussion stage after preliminary screening.

"There is a tremendous response from logistics and industry players, which have evinced interest in the project. More than 20 companies came for the first round of meetings," Mr Srivastava said.

"Initially, we plan to deploy 120 acres of land for the project," he said.

According to Mr Srivastava, the project will be operational within 18 months, while some of the units will take 24 months to become operational.

Talking about the advantages of Pawarkheda (Itarsi) as a logistics hub of the country, he said it is centrally located and is well connected by rail and road to all parts of the country.
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Old September 22nd, 2009, 02:00 PM   #47
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http://www.projectsmonitor.com/NEWPR...hambal-by-2011

Chambal Cable Stayed Bridge: India's first-of-its-kind, State-of-the-Art Bridge to be ready by 2011


  • 350-metre span with axial suspension.
  • 6-lanes.
  • It is the first of its kind to be built in India.
  • a 700m cable stay structure (350m main span), and
  • two access viaducts, one on either side of the bridge, a total of 400 metres in length
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Deck of Chambal bridge right for trials in the CSTB tunnel test air stream

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India, Vietnam, Turkey, Russia, etc.: climatologists and aerodynamics experts at CSTB Nantes have played their part to assure that bridges being built in many parts of the world resist extreme climatic conditions. They are specialized in studying the behaviour of bridges under the effects of wind, and design and engineering offices, architects and public works contractors are calling upon large numbers of CSTB experts to check the stability of bridges under wind loads. "In general, requests apply to an examination of the different times in the life cycle of the bridge, from the "construction" phase until the “service with and without traffic" phase, says Gérard Grillaud, controller of the Wind and Structures domain and more particularly simulation of highly critical construction steps, for example when launching a deck."

CSTB’s methodology for typical projects includes a sequence of well-defined steps. The first and absolutely essential step is to compile, analyse and validate climatic and geographic data (topography) on the projected bridge site. The next step is to define wind tunnel tests to be carried out. These are determined as a function of the configuration and specific features of the bridge to be studied. Once the customer has accepted the proposal, Wind and Structures technicians will take over: a mock-up of the central part of the deck is made – this is usually the part of large suspension bridges or cable-stayed bridges most sensitive to wind - and then installed in the wind tunnel. It is suspended in the wind tunnel using a spring system which simulates the bridge stiffness and is then instrumented. All types of sensors and cameras are used to observe the behaviour of the mock-up (vertical bending, torsion) as a function of the wind velocity in the wind tunnel test section.
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Old October 25th, 2009, 11:31 AM   #48
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MP to get its first nuclear power station
Bhopal, Oct 18 (PTI) The Nuclear Power Corporation of India Ltd (NPCIL) has decided to set up an atomic station in Mandla district of Madhya Pradesh to generate 1,400 MW power.

The setting up of the first nuclear power station in the state assumes significance owing to electricity shortage of over 1,000 MW. Besides, there has also been shortage of coal to run its thermal power stations.

The NPCIL has sent communication to set up an atomic power station to the state government, which in turn has made Madhya Pradesh Power Generating Company Limited (MPPGCL) the nodal agency to facilitate the execution of the project.

"Our company has been made the nodal agency to help NPCIL to set up the atomic power station (700 MW x 2 )at Chutka in Mandla," MPPGCL Chairman-cum-Managing Director R B Agrawal told PTI today.

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A detailed project has been prepared for the development of the Pithampur-Dhar-Mhow investment region under the Delhi-Mumbai Industrial Corridor (DMIC) project and land acquisition will begin shortly for the purpose.
Pithampur-Dhar-Mhow investment region will be developed in 370 sq km area near Indore in three phases at an estimated cost of Rs 28,000 crore.
This includes a Knowledge City near Ujjain in over four sq km area at a cost of Rs 5,000 crore.
DMIC Development Corporation (DMICDC) Chief Executive Officer and Managing Director Amitabh Kant told UNI here today that, ''work will begin on the development of the investment region soon after land is acquired by the government and handed over to the corporation.'' Mr Kant was here to attend a meeting yesterday with senior government officials in connection with the development of investment region.
The Corporation is developing six investment regions, including Pithampur-Dhar-Mhow investment region, across the country in collaboration with the Japanese government.
Others investment regions include Dadri-Noida-Ghaziabad (Uttar Pradesh), Manesar-Bawal (Haryana), Khushkera-Bhiwadi-Neemrana (Rajasthan), Ahmedabad-Dholera (Gujarat) and Igatpuri-Nashik-Sinnar (Maharashtra). Mr Kant said the meeting with Madhya Pradesh government officials was quite fruitful.
''The Madhya Pradesh Government has shown keenness in the development of the investment region. However, there is need to increase the pace for success of the project,'' he said.
Most work on development of investment regions in their respective states has taken place in Gujarat followed by Maharashtra, Haryana, Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh and Uttar Pradesh.
''Under the Pithampur-Dhar-Mhow investment region, best infrastructure facilities will be provided for road and air transport. A township will be developed and greenery enhanced.
Besides, water and power supply will be improved,'' he said.
Apart from Knowledge City, a Multi-model Logistic Hub, a Business Park, an Economic Corridor and a Greenfield Township will be developed.
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Hindalco is setting up a 359 kilo tonne per annum (ktpa) aluminium smelter capacity along with a 900 mw captive plant at Bargwan in Madhya Pradesh. It is expected to commence production in the second quarter of 2011-12
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Under the Delhi-Mumbai Industrial Corridor Project, Knowledge City will be established in Ujjain. Higher Education and Culture Minister Shri Laxmikant Sharma today chaired a high-level meeting and held discussions on the proposals received about the Knowledge City project. Principal Secretaries of Higher Education, Technical Education, Commerce and Industry, and Finance departments, Managing Director of TRIFAC, and South Asia Consultant of Knowledge City Early World project consultant Lee Associates were present. Chairman of Private University Regulatory Commission was especially invited to attend the meeting.
Shri Laxmikant Sharma said that Madhya Pradesh is now becoming hub of higher education and technical education. With the establishment of Knowledge City in Madhya Pradesh, the state will have facilities for national and international level higher education, engineering, technical, medical, management, bioscience, agriculture, design planning and environmental academy, vocational and skill development centres. Under the Knowledge City project, around 50 thousand seats in educational institutions would be proposed. On PPP mode, institute of excellence will be set up under the project. The project will be run jointly as an undertaking by the Delhi-Mumbai Industrial Corridor and Madhya Pradesh Government. The TRIFAC has already prepared project of Knowledge City.
The Knowledge City will be established between Indore and Dewas. For this purpose 419 hectare of land has been earmarked. Out of this around 233 hectare of land is government land and the remaining barren land which the farmers have been agreed to for acquisition by the government. The aim of establishing Knowledge City is to develop necessary technically educated human resources to meet the demands of the industries to be set up under Industrial Corridor. The meeting fixed time-bound plans for Concept Master Plan, Cluster Approach, Infrastructure Demand, Project Phasing etc.
With a view to attracting private investment to the project, the meeting also discussed about the expected investors. Several proposals are being received for establishing private universities in the state. The directors of the educational institutions who proposed to establish private universities would be invited for a discussion to establish educational institutions in the knowledge city. Representatives of South Asia Private Limited spoke in detail about presently running of knowledge cities in Dubai, China, and Singapore. The meeting was also informed that development of infrastructure has been proposed with a view to maintaining international standard.
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MP gets DMIC’s power plant

The third proposed 1,000-MW power plant on the Delhi Mumbai Industrial Corridor (DMIC) will be set up in Madhya Pradesh’s Chainpura industrial area in Guna district. To be commissioned by the DMIC Development Corporation (DMICDC), the set up will be a part of six power plants allocated for the corridor in the first stage.
All the six power plants, with a total R20,000-25,000 crore investment will be set up close to the gas grid,” said Amitabh Kant, CEO and MD, DMICDC. “We are going for gas-based plants due to higher efficiency and environment-friendly technology.”

Having acquired 250 acres of land at the Chainpura industrial area, the Madhya Pradesh government has issued land allotment letter and confirmed water linkage from Gopi-Krishna Sagar dam for the project. “We’ll extend all kind of support required for this ambitious project,” Satya Prakash, additional chief secretary, commerce and industry, told HT.

The three projects — two in Maharashtra (Bhagad & Indapur) and one in MP — have received the first stage environmental clearance. DMICDC has already signed an MoU with GAIL for sourcing of gas.
The DMIC — a mega infra-structure project of $90 billion — covers around 1,483 km between Delhi and Mumbai.
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Bhopal: The first Unit of the Sri Singaji Thermal Power Project First Phase (2 x 610 MW) being set up at village Domalia in Khandwa district of Madhya Pradesh is expected to start production by October 2012 .The estimated cost of the entire project is Rs 6,750 crore.

The second Unit of the project will also start producing another 610 MW of power by December 2012. So far, construction works costing Rs 1,000 crore have been completed at the project site.

The project expense is being met by 80 per cent loan acquired from Power Finance Corporation and the remaining 20 per cent share capital is being borne by the state government. Major equipments for the project are being installed by the Bharat Heavy Electricals (BHEL), official sources here said.

The construction work for the rest of the plant is being taken up by the L & T Power . According to an agreement signed by the state government with BHEL, the target to complete the work of Unit I and II is by July 2011 and November 2011 respectively
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Indore, Oct 19 (PTI) With the global demand picking up, the exports from the India's first greenfield operational Special Economic Zone (SEZ) here has climbed to Rs 565 crore in the first six months of the current financial year, a top official has said. The SEZ's export was Rs 186 crore due to global economic slowdown between this period during last year financial year. The SEZ's total turnover in the first six months of 2010-11 has touched Rs 816 crore, which was 200 per cent higher to what it was during the same period during the last financial year, Indore SEZ Development Commissioner A K Rathore said. "In the SEZ spread over an area of 1,100 hectares, an investment of Rs 2,200 crore has taken place," Rathore said. He said that 30 units were operational in SEZ and 10 more units were coming up. Besides, proposals to set up five new units in the SEZ has been cleared, Rathore sadi adding around 11,000 people are working in different units running in the SEZ.
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