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Old December 14th, 2008, 05:48 PM   #41
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Manasa Royal, Vijayanagar III Stage (Hinkal), Mysore -2 &3 Bedroom apartments



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Old December 14th, 2008, 05:57 PM   #42
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SV Regency Apartments | 5 Floors + Basement

SV Regency, Vijaynagar 2nd Stage, Plot # 47, Hinkal Ring Road, Near BEML Township, HT Line, Mysore- 570017, Karnataka

A building that is spectacular in its looks and equally spectacular in the areas that are experienced but unseen – Its Intelligent Features and Planning. A well developed residential complex having delux amenities with huge Garden, Swimming Pool, Amphi Theater, Children Play Area, Table Tennis Court, Billiards, Meditation Center, Gymnasium and much more...




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Hotel Royale Heritage



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Akash, there are many good hotels in Mysore like Roopa, Regaalis, Ramanashree, Ginger, etc.

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A Mall coming up on Hunsur Road

An under construction Shopping Arcade of total built up area of approx 2,25,000 sqft having pretenanted space for renowned retail brands is coming up in Mysore. The development includes Four screen Multiplex, Food court and Lounge, Restaurant, Retail space & Entertainment centre incorporating the best of essential specifications.



http://www.axiomestates.com/real-est...l_property.php

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IDEB Grand Mall

A specialty mall located on Hunsur Road, Mysore. Spread across 5.6 lask sft, it has 6-screen multiplex and serviced apartments.




http://www.idebinc.com/gmmysore.htm



Here is a list of proposed Malls
  • Prozone Mall - 8 lakh sq ft,
  • Kshitij Mall on 5 acres near Mysore Palace,
  • Garuda Mall on 2.5 acres on BM Road,
  • Shobha Developers Mall on 5 acres,
  • Ideb Mall on 1.85 acres,
  • Valdel Unitech Mall on one acre in Nazarbad.
  • Grand Mall
  • Brigade Point
  • Trishul Mall
  • Urban Oasis


IT campuses like L&T, Wipro, etc. Only Infosys campus pictures are available.

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Akash, there are many good hotels in Mysore like Roopa, Regaalis, Ramanashree, Ginger, etc.
U are right Krishnamoorthy...............being a resident of mysore i have never got a chance to visit the rooms....as far as the taste is concerned i like Kings court on the jlb road...............
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Old December 15th, 2008, 01:28 PM   #47
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Skytop launches Golf Village project

MYSORE: Skytop Builders Pvt. Ltd. (Bangalore) launched its ambitious Skytop Golf Village by naming India’s ace golfer Jeev Milkha Singh as its brand ambassador, here on Saturday.

The proposed project will have a state-of- the art 18-hole championship golf course on 602 acres at Yelwal on the Mangalore-Mysore highway.

The championship golf course is being designed by Swan Golf Designs Ltd. of England and is overseen by Nandan Heblikar, who is the Project Director.

B.L. Nagendra, Managing Director, Skytop Builders, said that the project will be completed in five years and will emerge as a trend-setter for Mysore with some high-quality facilities. Jeev stressed the need for supporting golf as it is one of the fastest growing sport. He hoped that his association with Skytop Builders in this project, where he will be starting a golf academy, bears fruit in the days to come.

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Pratham Empire which is Pathak's newly launched project will be of 7,680 Sq.Ft & is located in the 5th Main, of V.V.Mohalla which is a proved area of the city which will have 16 flats - 8 of a 2 BHK & 8 of 3 BHK & Total Super Built Area will be of 15,360 Sq.Ft .
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Tata Group company Jusco bags Mysore city water supply project news
05 December 2008


Tata Steel's wholly-owned subsidiary Jamshedpur Utilities and Services Company (Jusco) has signed a Rs152-crore water supply and management contract for Mysore city. A tripartite agreement for the six-year performance-based contract was signed by Jusco, Mysore City Corporation (MCC) and the Karnataka Urban Water Supply and Drainage Board (KUWSDB).

''This is the largest water supply project being executed through public private partnership (PPP) model in India. All similar water supply projects undertaken till date have been pilot projects targeting part of the city (population of less than one lakh), whereas this is the first city-wide project which will serve a population of more than a million,'' the company said in a press release.

The project will distribute water from the Cauvery river, treated at its Hongalli and Melapur treatment plants, to consumers over a 1,200 km network, from 28 small and large reservoirs.

Water supply will be gradually increased to 24 hours a day with service level guarantees commensurate with national and international benchmarks as stipulated in the contract agreement, the release said.

Jusco has won the project against stiff competition from Larsen and Toubro, Jain Irrigation Projects and the joint venture of Ranhill Utilities Berhad, Mayasia and SPML.

The project will utilise the already sanctioned funds (80 per cent of the project cost) under the centre's Jawaharlal Nehru urban renewal mission for improving the water supply infrastructure in Mysore city. The balance funding would be provided equally by the government of Karnataka and MCC.

The project will be completed in three phases spread over six years. The first phase of twelve months will involve complete hydraulic remodeling of the present system and preparation of capital investment plan. In the second phase of three years, Jusco will rehabilitate the distribution network to reduce water losses and gradually increase various service standards. The third and final phase of two years will involve providing 24x7 water supply in the entire city ensuring sustainability of achieved service standards, the release said.

With its experience of managing water service in Jamshedpur city for over nine decades, Jusco hopes to be the Tata vehicle in the emerging water sector in the country.

The Mysore project is the third consecutive major water project the company has won - the other two are both BOT projects in Salt Lake Sector-V, Kolkata and the industrial city of Haldia.

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Corporation to focus on improving infrastructure, beautifying city
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MYSORE: The Mysore City Corporation (MCC) will take up a slew of projects to improve infrastructure as well as beautify the city.

The projects are being taken up under the Jawaharlal Nehru National Urban Renewal Mission (JNNURM) and the special grant of Rs. 100 crore sanctioned by the Chief Minister.

Mayor Ayub Khan told presspersons here on Tuesday that the Union Government had approved the proposal to take up the solid waste management programme at an estimated cost of Rs. 30 crore. The MCC proposes to procure 168 auto-tippers, 480 push-carts and augment the handling capacity of the solid waste management plant from 200 tonnes to over 400 tonnes.

The MCC will also procure 207 new garbage containers and replace the open containers used to move garbage by closed-door vehicles, while incinerators will be established to dispose of the carcass of animals and birds. The MCC plans to revive self-help groups for training the public and disseminating information on segregation of garbage at source, he added.

The Mayor said the Union Government had recently approved “in principle” the project on improving the stormwater drain system in the city which would cost Rs. 347 crore apart from clearing the Kabini drinking water project which will cost Rs.150 crore.

On the projects to be taken up under the Chief Minister’s special grant of Rs. 100 crore, the Mayor said Rs.15 crore would be spent on beautification of Sayyajir Rao Road and the palace surroundings. A sum of Rs.5 crore would be spent on beautifying the roads surrounding the Karanji Nature Park, said the Mayor.

The urban greenery project entails development and beautification of 53 parks for which a proposal has been sent to the State Government for its approval. Three underpasses will be constructed at Dhanavantri Road and near K.R. Circle. The MCC has also proposed to beautify the lakes in the city..

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Mysore gets 50 crores for airport development........


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Sheraton Mysore to be ready by July 2011PM News Bureau



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Sheraton Hotels and Resorts, part of Starwood Hotels & Resorts Worldwide, Inc. headquartered in New York, USA, is building a new Sheraton Hotel in Mysore, Karnataka. The hotel, which is slated for a July 2011 opening, is located on Airport Nanjangud Road in the central area of Mysore.
Sheraton Mysore Hotel, as it is called, is part of a four-acre development that will include commercial space, in addition to the hotel. The 220-room hotel will include over 15,000 sq. ft of meeting space, four restaurants with all-day dining outlets, lobby lounge and pub, a bar, swimming pool, health club and spa, gift shop, and a business centre.
Miguel Ko, President, Starwood Hotels & Resorts, Asia Pacific, is upbeat about the project. He said: "Mysore city is envisioned to be the extension of Bangalore as another commercial hub, with significant investments in information technology, infrastructure and housing projects pouring into the city in the last few years. We are excited to be the first international hotel chain to enter Mysore city...".
Meanwhile, Brigade Hospitality Services Pvt. Ltd, a 100 per cent subsidary of Brigade Enterprises Ltd, has signed a management agreement with Sheraton Group to manage the Sheraton Hotel in Mysore.

Contact: Sheraton Mysore Hotel, Nanjangud Road, Mysore, Karnataka 570005. Tel: 0124-6768000; Fax: 0124-4284031; E-mail: [email protected]




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Old December 30th, 2008, 09:18 AM   #53
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Mysore leads

Krishnamoorthy Mysore is now setting trend for the tier 2 cities regarding the pavement design...
the roads are being widened and paved with highly superior interlocking tiles....

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Akash, nice pavements. I am curious to know one thing. Why do they have separate pillars for electrical cables & street lights? As a common man, I feel they should integrate all pillars on road dividers. And transformers should be at circles. The cables should be at a height enough to allow vehicles to pass through beneath them (at turnings may be a problem?). Mostly like old clock towers at round-abouts we can have now transformer towers of elegant designs. Our city planners have to really think about small things seriously while planning the cities. Of course, I don't mind trees on footpaths if there is enough space for movements. But a lot of other things like big waste bins, telecom boxes are objectionable. I wonder how a good city planner can design a footpath devoid of all these impediments. I don't mind if our corporators visit some developed countries and learn all these small things thoroughly.
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I think maintenance wud be lot easier......with cable and electric poles independent.....

Yes they shud consider grounding the electric transmission wires at major road crossings....
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By googling I found so many standards and guidelines on urban planing. Hope CiSTUP will come out with strong guidelines. Along with maintainability, operability, reliability, etc hope they will address issues like user-freindliness especially pedestrian-friendliness, safety and security.

Currently, most of the roads and footpaths of Bangalore are having open drainage holes and water valve holes. Seems, Wate Supply Board has left valves open for easy operability as they want to regulate water supply everyday. Solution has to be found for these type of problems also.

At very micro level I hope for guidelines on Bus Stops - pavement levels, mobility, etc. Walkability Index for pedestrians should also be addressesed.

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LAUNCHING OF CII MYSORE ZONE WEBLINK

Mysore, Jan. 4- Confederation of Indian Industry (CII), Mysore Zone on behalf of Information Technology Panel, is launching an interactive weblink as part of the main CII website which gives information about industries, economic development, infrastructure, tourism and other related sectors with respect to the economic development of Mysore.


http://www.starofmysore.com/main.asp...ews&item=19218

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http://www.cii.in/region_content.php...59&region_id=2

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Bangalore-Mysore project back on track

MYSORE: Days after the Karnataka cabinet cleared the last hurdle to continue work on Bangalore-Mysore double track project, the Tier II city is
back in focus. Work from Mysore end to get a double rail link to the IT city is expected to commence shortly.

With the clearance, Mysore MP C H Vijayashankar is now rooting for its early launch while tenders for construction of two major bridges across the Cauvery river at Srirangapatna will be re-started.

The project was facing a major hurdle over alignment of track at Srirangapatna, where a historical gun house built by Mysore ruler Tipu Sultan was located.

Now with the state government on Friday deciding to relocate Tipu's armoury, the issue is settled. "We are now concentrating on getting works off the ground from Mysore end after the clearance,'' the MP told The Times of India. The MP, who is a member of parliamentary standing committee on railways, visited the site, discussed with the officials and experts, and got the archaeology department to drop its objection for relocation of the armoury.

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Work on bridges is estimated to take at least three years while laying of the track is not a major issue with the land available. The railways has asked the revenue officials to get them the required land. However, Vijayashankar says, "It will not be a problem since the land required from Mysore to Ramanagaram is available with the railways and at patches where it is not available, land will be acquired using special provisions.''

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Industry may get land parcel near Mysore

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An area of 13,000 hectares of non-agricultural has been identified in Mysore, Hunsur and H D Kote taluks of Mysore district for industry purposes.

Revealing this at the inauguration of the two-day industrial adalat, conducted by the Karnataka State Small Industries Development Corporation (KSSUDC) at the Agricultural Marketing Study Board on Monday, District Industries Centre joint director Shivashankar said entrepreneurs had come forward to set up automobile, automobile engineering, and other units in these areas.

In addition, 131 industry plots were developed and would be allotted next month through the single window agency, he said.

Following directions from the government to create a land bank for locating new industries, 13,000 hectares had been identified after a survey. Besides this, another 4,000-5,000 hectares are in the process of identification, he said.

Though the department of industries was ready to allocate land for industries in Mysore, there was shortage of land in the taluk and the proposal to acquire land in Nanjangud area had to be given up following opposition from farmers on the grounds they are cultivated lands.

Hence, dry lands had been identified in other taluks like Hunsur and H D Kote, the joint director said.

He also revealed that the department had received 355 new investment proposals in Mysore district, of which 140 have been cleared by the deputy commissioner. Of the 355 new proposals, 60-70 investments related to IT and BT. However, importance was being given for manufacturing industries, which could support small and medium industries in the region than service industries.

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Bridge broadening work taken up

Work on broadening of bridges is being taken up in Mysore city as part of laying double track between Ramanagara and Mysore. Following completion of the double line work between Bangalore and Ramanagara, further work is being undertaken between these two places.

In view of this, Mysore police commissioner S Parashivamurthy has ordered one-way traffic rule at a few sections i n Mysore city. As work of broadening of the bridge near Yadavagiri is being taken up, traffic movement has been restricted to one way from the Jawa Factory to the Highway Circle, while on the reverse direction movement of vehicles is diverted.

As similar work is also being undertaken in respect of bridge No. 747A at Cauvery Nagar, movement of vehicles has been banned on the bridge. The ban will be in force until the widening work is completed and until then vehicles proceeding to Cauvery Nagar have been diverted.

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