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Old January 12th, 2020, 09:25 AM   #4661
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'Mission Purvodaya' will drive India's march towards $5 trillion economy, says Dharmendra Pradhan


Union government launched the “Purvodaya” programme Saturday, under which major PSUs like SAIL, IOCL and Coal India and concerned departments of five states— Odisha, West Bengal, Andhra Pradesh, Chattisgarh and Jharkhand—will be working towards accelerating steel production in the region. For this purpose, the steel ministry is looking to invest $70 billion, that is likely to result in $35 billion addition to the GDP, and creation of 2.5 million jobs.

Kickstarting the programme here, union minister Dharmendra Pradhan said the idea was to promote the region as an integrated steel hub, which can foster growth towards a $ 5 trillion economy. Kolkata could be the epicentre of this growth, facilitated by Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s visit to the city, added Pradhan.



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So, it is clear that East and NE India have to play a major role in India's 5 trillion dollar economy plan.
Also, as per latest developments Kolkata may emerge as the most important economic capital of this country in next few years.
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Centre wants to bring piped gas to Kolkata in one yr: Pradhan

Union Minister Dharmendra Pradhan on Saturday said the Centre wants to bring piped natural gas to the city in next one year and sought support from the West Bengal government for the project.

The minister said half of the projected expenditure of Rs 102 trillion in infrastructure sector in the next five years will be invested in eastern and northeastern states.


"Half of Rs 102 lakh crore infrastructure spending will be invested in eastern states. No Prime Minister prior to Narendra Modi gave such importance to the eastern provinces," Pradhan said while addressing 119th annual general meeting of Bharat Chamber of Commerce (BCC) here....

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What happened to the CGD project by GAIL & GCGSCL? I thought we were supposed to have CNG for cars by March this year.
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Old January 13th, 2020, 12:13 AM   #4663
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Old January 13th, 2020, 02:29 AM   #4664
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'Mission Purvodaya' will drive India's march towards $5 trillion economy, says Dharmendra Pradhan


Union government launched the “Purvodaya” programme Saturday, under which major PSUs like SAIL, IOCL and Coal India and concerned departments of five states— Odisha, West Bengal, Andhra Pradesh, Chattisgarh and Jharkhand—will be working towards accelerating steel production in the region. For this purpose, the steel ministry is looking to invest $70 billion, that is likely to result in $35 billion addition to the GDP, and creation of 2.5 million jobs.

Kickstarting the programme here, union minister Dharmendra Pradhan said the idea was to promote the region as an integrated steel hub, which can foster growth towards a $ 5 trillion economy. Kolkata could be the epicentre of this growth, facilitated by Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s visit to the city, added Pradhan.



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So, it is clear that East and NE India have to play a major role in India's 5 trillion dollar economy plan.
Also, as per latest developments Kolkata may emerge as the most important economic capital of this country in next few years.
Kolkata can emerge as economic hub only if we can effectively curb out our michil, dhorna and bandh culture. Though in most other cities of Bengal, these kind of things are not visible and neither does TMC or BJP entertain it, but in Kolkata; left is still powerful. Their constant protests create big problems in the city. SG should handle or to be honest, manhandle them with iron fist for Kolkata to develop
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Old January 13th, 2020, 07:56 AM   #4665
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ETC Agro Processing (I) Private Limited (ETC India), one of the largest pulses processor in the world and trader of pulses in India, will invest $77 million to ramp its capacity. The project will be backed by International Finance Corporation (IFC).

ETC India, headquartered in Mumbai, has a total pulses processing capacity of 500,000 metric ton per annum (MTPA) spread across 3 facilities in Gujarat, Maharashtra and West Bengal.


Company plans to improve the operational capacity of its existing plants from the existing 50 per cent level to 85 per cent by fiscal year 2022. The company also wants to augment its pulse processing capacity by annual leasing of third party operated pulse processing plants (3P mills) and has set a target of 40,000-60,000 MTPA in FY20. Eventually, the firm targets augmenting approximately 140,000 MTPA processing capacity through annual leasing of 3P mills by fiscal year 2022.

According to a project document, in order to improve its country-wide presence and pulse processing capacity, which is currently limited to western and eastern states of India, it has identified five clusters in India.

The company is now expanding its operations nationwide, with a strategic focus on the higher yield and less volatile processing segment and by embarking on an asset-light model for future expansion.

Total cost of the project is approximately $77 million, out of which IFC plans to provide a loan of approximately $22.5 million in the form of a Non-Convertible Debenture (NCD), said IFC, World Bank's investment arm. The investment would support ramp-up of the company’s operations across its own processing capacities in Kolkata, Gujarat and in Maharashtra and third party processing units across India.
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Old January 13th, 2020, 08:00 AM   #4666
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The Bengal government is working to make the system for issuing building permits, trade licences and mutation papers faster and easier because World Bank will consider the state’s performance in these areas while ranking India in its global “Doing Business Report”.

Mumbai and Delhi were the two Indian cities that were considered so far to decide India’s ranking in the report. Calcutta and Bangalore have been added to the list.

State government officials said Calcutta would be assessed under 11 parameters.

Bengal chief secretary Rajiva Sinha is now in Washington to attend a three-day meeting with World Bank to assess the city’s preparedness for the exercise and further fine-tune the government’s efforts to improve various services.

Sinha is being accompanied by Rajesh Pandey, the secretary of the micro and small-scale enterprise department.

Sources said Sinha had met senior officials of all government departments concerned to ensure a timely and smooth rollout of the measures that will translate into better delivery of services to citizens.

The departments have to submit progress reports by February 15. World Bank usually comes out with its “Doing Business Report” in October.

India moved up 14 places to 63rd among 190 countries in 2019.

While some of the parameters of assessment are exclusively in the domain of the Centre — such as resolving insolvency, protecting minority investors and trading across borders — many are within the ambit of the civic authorities.

An official of the Calcutta Municipal Corporation (CMC) said that for the past few weeks, the focus of the civic body was on measures to speed up the process of issuing building permits, trade licences and mutation papers, as well as digging of roads to facilitate work on electric cables.

“These issues are crucial and will determine the ‘doing business’ rank,” an official said.

CESC, which provides electricity in Calcutta, has been asked to reduce time to provide power connection. “We are already better than most cities but we want to provide power connection even quicker,” a CESC official said.

Since the reforms will be carried out across departments, those will help Bengal notch up a better rank in the Centre’s Ease of Doing Business list.

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The civic authorities have done away with the need to obtain building permits from them if the land area is not more than 300sq m or around 3 cottahs.

Licensed building surveyors and CMC-empanelled architects have been empowered to approve a building plan after giving an undertaking to the civic body that the plan does not violate its building rules.

The CMC has also decided to issue building permits for bigger plots within 15 days of the filing of applications.

Also, an applicant will no longer need to run to departments such as fire and the land and land reforms to collect no-objection certificates (NOCs), which are required to get building plan approval from the CMC.

“The onus will be on the departments to issue the NOCs or cite the reason why an NOC cannot be issued,” said a CMC official.

An integrated IT infrastructure, the official said, is being readied for the departments to post their NOCs.

The CMC has also decided to start “e-mutation in the real sense”, a senior official said. The moment a property is registered, the civic body will get an alert. It will also receive a copy of the property deed.

“The CMC will check its assessment records. If the name of the seller in the deed and our records matches, we will immediately issue the mutation certificate and send it to the buyer,” the official said. “The objective is to make things easier for property buyers.”

There is also a proposal to merge the trade licence and the registration certificate into a single document. “We are taking legal opinion on this,” the official said.
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Old January 14th, 2020, 03:28 PM   #4667
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Kolkata can emerge as economic hub only if we can effectively curb out our michil, dhorna and bandh culture. Though in most other cities of Bengal, these kind of things are not visible and neither does TMC or BJP entertain it, but in Kolkata; left is still powerful. Their constant protests create big problems in the city. SG should handle or to be honest, manhandle them with iron fist for Kolkata to develop
How many bandh happened in past years? Hardly any. May be 1 or 2 days per year?

Now coming to michil/dharna, how would common man protest? The anti-CAA protests that are happening ll over the country, the protest march that happened after 2012 Delhi rape case, Anna lead anti-corruption protest dharna - do you propose the ruling government to curb all those with iron fist?
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Old January 15th, 2020, 09:27 AM   #4668
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https://www.theweek.in/wire-updates/...ng-bengal.html

Kolkata, Jan 13 (PTI) A special purpose vehicle formed
to modernise and renovate two non-functional docks of the
Hooghly Dock and Port Engineers (HDPE) is expected to complete
its job months ahead of the schedule, a top official said on
Monday.

The shipbuilding and repairing is expected to resume by October 2020 from operative dry docks of the HDPEL instead of the scheduled target date of January 2021, HDPEL Chairman Balaji Arun Kumar told PTI. This is in line with Prime Minister Narendra Modi's
interest to rejuvenate the eastern part of the country, he said.

A special purpose vehicle - Hooghly Cochin Shipyard Ltd, a 24:76 per cent joint venture between the Cochin Shipyards Ltd and the HDPE - had been set up for modernisation and renovation of the two dry docks.
"We are ahead of time. The SPV is expected to complete
the renovation and modernisation in September-October 2020,
ahead of the original schedule of January 2021," the HDPE
chairman said.
Cochin Shipyard Ltd (CSL) had signed the concession
agreement with the HDPE for taking over the old units at
Nazirgunge and Salkia on the bank of river Hooghly in Howrah
city on a 60-year lease and to operationalise the dry docks.


The CSL paid Rs 22 crore initially and lined up Rs 160
crore in phases to turn these docks capable to manufacture and
repair with the latest equipment and technology in these dry
docks which were remaining non-functional for long.


CSL officials could not be reached for their comments.
In the first phase, the SPV is focusing on Nazirgunj dock in which production of wide-bodied low-draft energy efficient vessels and barges will be taken up.

The ambitious National Waterway-1 between Haldia and Allahabad augurs well for the fortune of the HDPE docks and boost investment in West Bengal's shipping sector. The central government's 'Jal Marg Vikas Project' is developing the National Waterway-1 at an estimated cost of Rs 4, 200 crore.
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Old January 16th, 2020, 10:39 PM   #4669
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How many bandh happened in past years? Hardly any. May be 1 or 2 days per year?

Now coming to michil/dharna, how would common man protest? The anti-CAA protests that are happening ll over the country, the protest march that happened after 2012 Delhi rape case, Anna lead anti-corruption protest dharna - do you propose the ruling government to curb all those with iron fist?
While it's true that the amount of bandhs has gone down, it's obvious that "militant" trade unionism (FYI the strikes were not called by the party leaderships but the trade unions, they merely gave them their approval and supported them) needs to go away. Protests & dharnas are fine, just don't obstruct public rights of way (roads, railways (railway is sort of a public right of way)) or damage property (public or private), obstruct public spaces, sit down and do whatever as long as you are not causing grievances to anyone.
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While it's true that the amount of bandhs has gone down, it's obvious that "militant" trade unionism (FYI the strikes were not called by the party leaderships but the trade unions, they merely gave them their approval and supported them) needs to go away. Protests & dharnas are fine, just don't obstruct public rights of way (roads, railways (railway is sort of a public right of way)) or damage property (public or private), obstruct public spaces, sit down and do whatever as long as you are not causing grievances to anyone.
Agree that destructing public property should be avoided. At the same time, if all dhranas are sanitized such that they do not cause any inconvenience to broader public life, why would public give a F**k about what they are protesting against? Think about the current Shaheen Baag protest. It is causing public discomfort. But if it was happening at some place out of public daily view, would they have noticed?
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Agree that destructing public property should be avoided. At the same time, if all dhranas are sanitized such that they do not cause any inconvenience to broader public life, why would public give a F**k about what they are protesting against? Think about the current Shaheen Baag protest. It is causing public discomfort. But if it was happening at some place out of public daily view, would they have noticed?
I don't think you understand the point of any protest/dharna/bandh/strike, it's not to cause **** up someone's routine or cause them inconvenience, it's to either: 1. change their mind, 2. show them a different point of view, not to put someone up at gunpoint and tell them do this or we will make you lose time, money and perhaps property. This is definitely being corrupted and violated day by day.
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Old January 18th, 2020, 01:10 PM   #4672
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Agree that destructing public property should be avoided. At the same time, if all dhranas are sanitized such that they do not cause any inconvenience to broader public life, why would public give a F**k about what they are protesting against? Think about the current Shaheen Baag protest. It is causing public discomfort. But if it was happening at some place out of public daily view, would they have noticed?
Do you stay in mars or somewhere. The protests are violent here especially in kolkata-Howrah region. So severe that there were net blockade and for good reason. They burnt train engine, all these are joke or what? Of big states like Uttar Pradesh can effectively curb the protests in multiple places at a time, why can't Bengal? Yeah, reason is simple. Because we have an incompetent, intoxicated, idiot lunatic running our states who actually supports them sometimes. A reason of Chinese growth miracle was Thier ruthless crushing of useless protests
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Do you stay in mars or somewhere. The protests are violent here especially in kolkata-Howrah region. So severe that there were net blockade and for good reason. They burnt train engine, all these are joke or what? Of big states like Uttar Pradesh can effectively curb the protests in multiple places at a time, why can't Bengal? Yeah, reason is simple. Because we have an incompetent, intoxicated, idiot lunatic running our states who actually supports them sometimes. A reason of Chinese growth miracle was Thier ruthless crushing of useless protests
There have been no deaths in WB and most of the protests stopped after like 2 days, WB police arrested over 900 individuals and filed over 62 FIRs. There were lathi charges in Howrah. Kolkata Police managed the croud excellently. If you look at Delhi, our national capital, and UP, internet was shut for weeks and a lot of people died, there are videos of cops destroying private property, telling muslim locals go to go Pakistan or lathi charging into peaceful gatherings. Delhi police has authorised preventive detention for three months (announced recently) as people gather en masse to protest at Shaheen Bagh. So my question to you is, ganja ta kon company er tenecho dada?
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"Mirza who was here to launch a variant of peanut butter pointed out that in 2008 when, the German MNC had entered India, mayonnaise was a Rs 8crore market compared to Rs 600 crore for Ketchup. “But, now mayonnaise has become Rs 300crore market while ketchup is now Rs 1,200 crore segment, so the growth of mayonnaise was much more,” added the Oetker MD.

He claimed that the company is the market leader in mayonnaise with over 60% marketshare, while in peanut butter, it has a marketshare of 20%. “These are two biggest categories in new age spreads,” he added. Incidentally Sundrop is another major player in the peanut butter segment.
Commenting on Kolkata market, he added that Kolkata is its 8th largest market globally and could become 6th largest in future.
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Kolkata: ePaisa one of the leading Point Of Sale ecosystems in India has recently expanded its Point Of Sale (POS) services in the West Bengal region. The expansion is a big step to uplift the retail business in that region.

Being a major POS player in the country, the company is now overlooking at a PAN India presence to cater to the respective market better especially in Tier-II and Tier-III cities. The primary focus is to digitalize the SME, MME, and retail segments by addressing merchant pain points and organizing their day-today businesses effectively and efficiently.


The cloud-based POS comes with the new Retail OS with much more upgraded features. Right from on cloud inventory management, bar code scanning to digital billing, the merchants can view their business on the dashboard of the windows and additionally have a seamless experience.

The POS's also come with the Omni payment feature that enables all the available payments acceptance in India i.e. Debit/Credit Card and QR Payment acceptance via all UPI enabled applications. Thus, it lets small and medium-size business to accept all forms of wallet payments, making transactions extremely easy and hassle-free.

As data states, in India, the Point Of Sale has become a key for Digital Transformation in the retail sector. According to the 2019 Worldline report, the number of points of sale (POS) terminals increased to 3.99 million in June 2019 from 3.31 million in June 2018 which is an increase of 20.5 per cent. So, experts believe 2020 is going to witness more rapid growth of POS solutions in the country.
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Despite near-flat absorption in 2019, demand for warehousing on the rise in Bengal



According to a report, warehouse absorption stood at 3.3 million sq ft in 2019, a tad lower than the 3.4 million sq ft absorbed in 2018

“Opening up of markets in eastern India, improved focus and infra addition in North East along with better connectivity with the rest of India have seen rising demand for warehouses around Kolkata’s periphery,” he told BusinessLine.

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Kolkata bucks home sales slump plaguing other Indian cities


While Indian cities grapple with a slump in home sales and a booming office market, Kolkata, one of the country’s four metropolises, faces the exact opposite.

Major developers in Kolkata say their focus on affordable apartments has helped prevent the price drops seen in other cities, though an unviable build up of commercial space has led to a plunge in rents and sales......

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Kolkata bucks home sales slump plaguing other Indian cities


While Indian cities grapple with a slump in home sales and a booming office market, Kolkata, one of the country’s four metropolises, faces the exact opposite.

Major developers in Kolkata say their focus on affordable apartments has helped prevent the price drops seen in other cities, though an unviable build up of commercial space has led to a plunge in rents and sales......

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How the **** do we have an oversupply of office space? All the available office spaces in Sec-V/BBD Bagh are only increasing in rent, does anyone have an idea where this mythical cheap office space is?
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