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Old February 26th, 2009, 10:05 AM   #61
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Foundation stone laid for Mysore IT Park

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The state government has kickstarted a Rs 15.18 crore IT Park in the Hebbal Industrial area. The first phase of the project will be on one acre where one lakh square feet building is expected to be completed in about 15 months. According to IT and BT Minister Katta Subramanya Naidu, who spoke at the function, 20,000 people are likely to get jobs here.

The chief minister laid foundation stones and inaugurated several projects and programmes costing over Rs 100 crore, to be taken up under the Rs 100 crore special grant made by the state government and under the State Finance Commission allocation for the development of Mysore.

He also laid foundation stone for works costing over Rs 1.88 crore under the 18 per cent fund allocation to be taken up in areas where scheduled castes live in the city.

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Some of the major projects cover road works in the district for over Rs 50 crore, development of Mysore’s famous Kukkarahalli Tank by Mysore University (Rs 1.50 crore), reconstruction of the road bridge on K R S Road (Rs 7.7 crore), and construction of Government Girls’ Pre-University College building at People’s Park (Rs 1 crore).

He also declared open a 3,000 metric tonne capacity godown constructed by the State Warehousing Corporation at the Hebbal Industrial Area, the Rs 2.19 crore Dewan Purnaiah Building, built in memory of the former Dewan of Mysore, where existed the famous Dewan Purnaiah Choultry and the renovated IPD block of the K R Hospital.
Source: Business Standard

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Mysore Maharaja to develop Kabini rail bridge as tourist site

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New Delhi (PTI): With the aim to conserve and promote heritage properties, Indian Railways is joining hands with Maharaja of Mysore to develop the 270-year-old Kabini bridge lying abandoned near Mysore as a tourist spot.
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SUBWAY WORK FROM MAR. 16

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Mysore, Mar. 14 (BRS)- Work on construction of five subways, based on Malaysian technology, will begin in city on Mar. 16.

Machineries from Malaysia to manufacture the blocks to be used for the construction are expected to arrive in city today, disclosed K.S. Raikar, Commissioner, Mysore City Corporation.

Three subways will be constructed at K.R. Circle on all the roads joining the Circle except D. Devaraj Urs Road.

A subway near Bata Showroom on Sayyaji Rao Road and another near the Dasara Exhibition Grounds will be the other two subways to be constructed.

The major part of the construction of subways are to be completed within one week, the remaining minor parts of work are to be completed during the days to follow.

Traffic will be disrupted only for two days from the start to finish of the project, said Suresh Babu, MCC Superintending Engineer.

Further, work on repairs to roads from Hardinge Circle to Bannimantap via K.R. Circle will be taken up at a cost of Rs. 16 crore.

As a prelude to the project, facelift to Hardinge Circle and the work of widening the bridge across the drain near Siddhartha Hotel have already begun.
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Brigade Horizon. Mysore's tallest building transforms the city's skyline. The luxurious 2- and 3-bedroom apartments at Brigade Horizon fulfil your need for a modern home. Indulge in the various amenities that make your living experience richer. Or simply enjoy the enchanting overview of Mysore city that every window opens to.



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Cross checked with https://www.skyscrapercity.com/showpo...&postcount=106, there it is mentioned as 14 Floors + Ground.
krishnamoorthy i took this photo a few weeks back....its progressing at an average pace....but would definitely look huge...given the area it covers...



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JK Tyres to invest Rs 270 cr in Mysore unit

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The company will invest Rs 120 crore in the first phase till March 2010 to produce 4,000 tyres, primarily for earth moving equipment maker BEML.
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Post #66 - Thanks for the update Akash. Its a sign of more highrises to come in Mysore.
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Rasandik to set up three-wheeler plant near Mysore

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Haryana-based Rasandik Motors Pvt. Ltd., an arm of the Rasandik Engineering Industries India Ltd. manufacturing automobile componets, will set up a plant near Mysore to assemble and subsequently manufacture three-wheelers at the Nanjangud industrial estate.
Source: Business Standard
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Rs. 100-crore special grant for Mysore university

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The Rs. 100-crore special grant was announced in the Union Budget during the financial year 2008-09 following which the university authorities submitted a proposal that was approved after a few modifications.
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The special grant will be released in three instalments and the university will receive Rs. 37 crore during the current year, Rs. 47 crore in the second year and Rs. 16 crore in the third year.
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Of the Rs. 100 crore grant, Rs. 50.37 crore will be utilised to establish a “centre for biodiversity, bio-prospecting and sustainable development” and rest will be harnessed to shore up infrastructure for research and development.
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What Rs 100-cr grant means

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MYSORE: The MCC has received an initial grant of Rs 17 crore under its special grant of Rs 100 crore for Mysore city. The MCC has taken up 140 works. "The government has approved 140 estimates and works are under various stages of completion," said mayor Purshottam.

Some of the works under the Rs 100 crore grant are:
  • Rs 16 crore to upgrade the Dasara jumboo savari route road from Mysore Palace gate to Bannimantap grounds to international standards.
  • Development of Karanji Lake and creation of an aquarium.
  • Construction of subways at various spots in the city to reduce traffic congestion
  • Construction of connect roads to Outer Ring Road.
  • Development of crematoriums and burial grounds.
  • Construction of women training centres.
  • Development of Kukkarahalli Lake
  • Development of wrestling houses.
Source: ToI
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Mysore civic body has deficit budget

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The Mysore City Corporation (MCC) has set a record target of over Rs 200 crore in revenues for 2009-10. This, despite the civic body’s budget seeing a deficit of Rs 20 crore in 2008-09.

The corporation has drawn up a Rs 231.85 crore budget with an opening balance of Rs 21.77 crore and has proposed an expenditure of Rs 223.76 crore, leaving a mandatory surplus of Rs 8.09 crore. Mayor Purushotham presented the budget at a special meeting of the council on Friday, after over an hour-long wrangling on the issue of not holding elections to the standing committees, including the finance committee, the chairman of which should present the budget.

Lesser mobilisation of property tax and cut in grants by the state led to a revenue shortfall last year. The revenue target was Rs 170.80 crore, while realisation was only Rs 151.10 crore, a gap of Rs 17.70 crore, resulting in a fall in expenditure, from Rs 177.58 crore to Rs 164.06 crore.

However, the city’s infrastructure development received a fillip with the state government releasing funds under the Rs 100 crore special grants and works taken up under the Jawaharlal Nehru Urban Renewal Mission (JNNURM).

“The year 2009-10 may be termed MCC’s golden era. For the first time in its history, MCC’s budget estimates have crossed the Rs 200 crore mark with flow of grants from the state and the Centre as never before. This has helped initiation of schemes unique to Mysore to retain its beauty and environment,” the Mayor said.

In 2009-10, the budget anticipated revenues of Rs 50.23 crore from property tax, Rs 33.50 crore under water tax, Rs 17.30 crore under various heads of fees like building, ground rent, road cutting, development charges, inspection charges, fines among others. It also expected Rs 4 crore in revenues from from trade licences, Rs 2.4 crore from rent, Rs 2.5 crore from property sale and Rs 2 crore from advertisement tax and Rs 63.50 crore as grants from the state.

Major proposals drawn up for the year comprises greening the city by developing pubic parks, gardens and planting 18,000 avenue trees (Rs 4.5 crore), renovation of the town hall (Rs 1.5 crore), processing water at the Vidyaranyapuram waste water unit and supply for non-drinking purposes.

MCC has also planned multi-level parking facility at Gadi Chowk, KSRTC Bus Stand and Zoo Gardens, development of markets, half-completed Mayura complex, Landsowne Building and heritage buildings. It has proposed to cut the Rs 31 crore electricity bill by setting up a central monitoring facility.

Payments have been made for land acquisition for supply of drinking water from the Kabini, while Rs 22.50 crore has been released for the Rs 115.37 crore five-package restoration of storm water drainages. Steps have been initiated for housing the city’s poor at Rs 52.35 crore and garbage disposal on scientific lines.

The MCC is supervising these four JNNURM projects.
Source: Business Standard

Akash, Zoo Gardens and Acquarium @ Karanji lake are near by places or far off from each other?
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Focus on water, waste management

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MYSORE: Mayor Purushottam said the MCC has taken up various works under the JNNURM scheme funded by the Centre and the corporation is managing four major works.

He said the MCC has taken up and prepared estimates to augment drinking water supply to city areas from Kabini river. Under this scheme, water from Kabini will be supplied to various city parts and this will be completed in stages.

He disclosed that MCC is spending Rs 115.37 crore under the JNNURM to construct and develop storm water drains and the government has released Rs 22.50 crore for the works.

Referring to the problems associated with the waste disposal in the city, he said MCC has worked out an integrated solid waste management scheme and it plans to train 28,000 women SHGs in the area and involve them in educating the people about segregating various wastes at the generation level. Under this scheme, the solid wastes will be segregated in three categories at the generation level and the 686 citizens' booth level committees have been constituted in this direction.

Even the categorized wastes will be transported in different vehicles for the disposal, he said, disclosing that the MCC is in the process of purchasing auto-tippers and containers by floating tenders.

If these are the works taken up solely by the MCC, Purshottam said, the former has also taken up several other works with public participation. He said the corporation will release Rs 16 crore as its share under JNNURM for the citizen committee works in various localities for which even the committees have given their share of Rs 1 lakh each. "686 citizens committees have been constituted for the purpose," he said.

He said the government has released Rs 220.60 crore against the proposal of Rs 1,296.82 crore. "We have already spent Rs 88.41 crore," he claimed.

The MCC's projects under JNNURM are:
  • Modernized bus stand
  • Development and modernization of water supply network.
  • Development of slums and construction of houses
  • Six-lane Outer Ring Road and
  • Protection of heritage buildings and sites in city limits.
Source: ToI
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Realty bites Mysore SEZ

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MYSORE: The state government's attempts to promote Mysore as an industrial hub has received a jolt, with prominent companies backing out of the proposed Special Economic Zones.

Out of 13 companies -- including ones volunteering to invest and develop SEZs in 359 acres for IT-based industries, BPOs in Korgalli Industrial Area and one in Yelwal Industrial area -- only three have taken possession of the land.

Three companies have withdrawn their initial investment and surrendered land allotment letters.

The Karnataka Industrial Area Development Board (KIADB), had through a single window clearance in 2006 aprroved projects worth Rs 5,364 lakh, the infrastructure is yet to materialise. The SEZ was projected to generate 1.41 lakh jobs.

The economic slump and crash in real estate has hit the progress of the SEZs, with prominent developers and investors from Brigade Enterprises Pvt Ltd and Kalyani Developers surrendering 60 acres.

In a bid to attract investment, the government has exempted tax on land given on long lease.

KIADB Assistant Secretary Nagraj admitted that a few have withdrawn investment.

He said that the presence of a high tension wire, demand for higher compensation by land losers and pending litigations are reasons for the delay in the SEZ development.

He said that the KIADB has sent reminders to many companies to start the projects.

Nagraj said three companies have taken possession of 90 acres in Koragalli industrial area.

However, Infosys is the only company that has developed a SEZ on its premises in Hebbal Industrial area.

Meanwhile, Mysore Industries Association general secretary Sureshkumar Jain said increase in land cost and lack of demand has forced some developers to give up their projects.
Source: express buzz

Same should be the the case with proposed IT/ITES SEZs in Mangalore, Hubli, etc.
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MUDA presents budget

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MYSORE: The Mysore Urban Development Authority (MUDA) on Monday presented a Rs 1.26 crore surplus budget for 2009-10. Anticipating Rs 345.90 crore revenue, the MUDA has earmarked Rs 344.63 crore for expenses.

In a meeting held here, MUDA Commissioner PC Jayanna said they had planned to mobilise Rs 12.7 crore dues from beneficiaries of HUDCO Housing Scheme and Rs 163.96 crore from developing new layouts in Lalithadri Nagar and Ravindranath Tagore Nagar.

A revenue of Rs 74.33 crore is expected to come from the auction of corner and intermediate sites and Rs 47.59 crore from auction of bulk land and commercial complexes. Also, Rs 20 crore from house auctions and Rs 19.77 crore from rents and security deposits have been earmarked.

Jayanna said that priority would be given to develop parks at a cost of Rs 4.72 crore, development of lakes (Rs 1.18 crore) and providing underground drainage and basic facilities (Rs 16.36 crore) in villages in the MUDA limits.

It will also spend Rs 3.50 crore on development of a heritage park in KC Layout, Rs 10 crore on layouts for economically weaker sections and Rs 3.98 crore on construction of sports complex in Vijayanagar.
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Mysore realty market shows recovery signs

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After a continous setback since October last, the realty market in Mysore has begun to take a brighter note from last April.

Between October and April, the worst affected segment was the apartments, where builders had to resort to cut rates to attract customers. A few major builders abandoned their mega projects, while a few put on hold their proposals.

Seeing the booming market in the tier 2 city, which is seeing huge investments in infrastructure development under the Jawaharlal Nehru National Urban Reconstruction Mission (JNNURM) and as the city next in growth to Bangalore, a couple of major builders had planned huge investments in the housing sector.

More than the locals, outsiders and NRIs were into investments in the market. The recession in the US deterred the NRIs in particular from making long-range investments, which affected the Mysore realty market.

“The demand had fallen almost 100 per cent. Now we see 40-50 per cent improvement from April onwards,” observed Builders’ Association of India Mysore branch president S R Swamy, speaking to Business Standard.

“The market, which had gone down in the last 3-4 months, is picking up from April onwards. Enquiries are trickling in and getting converted,” added M B Nagakumar of Premier Properties.

Price offers of flats offered by developers range from Rs 9 lakh to Rs 60 lakh. There are flats of Rs one crore too. However, the upper range flats have taken a nosedive in the market, investors preferring moderately priced medium range flats of Rs 20-25 lakh. Flats between Rs 10 and 15 lakh range are available, but they lack long-range facilities, said Swamy.

“The question before us is how affordable we can make properties which people will buy. Keeping this target, we have cut down expenses. However, the state government should come to our support like abolishing VAT, a double taxation on apartments, which the Centre has abolished,” Nagakumar said commending the state for reducing registration fee from 7.5 to 6 per cent.

The state should also increase the floor area ratio and this will bring down the cost of apartments. More buyers mean more revenue to the government, he said.

The setback was in a way good for the realty market, as it has settled down at realistic level, they said and added, “Now we see a healthy market with genuine buyers.” The boom last year and prior to it had seen a large number of agents operating, particularly in the site segment where the demand by investors and NRIs was more. The scenario now is “real buyers and less middlemen,” says another builder. “The abnormal boom has neutralised now,” added Swamy.

Developers and builders responded better than last year in the recent “Myreality” property show to market their property. It attracted over 20 developers and 20 other participants, banks offering loans at attractive rates. The annual showcasing saw more footfalls from genuine buyers, said Organising Committee Secretary Srihari Pathak.
Source: Business Standard
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MYSORE MAINTAINS LEAD

Software exports hover around Rs. 1,100 cr.
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Companies in Mysore register increase in exports of nearly 44 per cent compared to last fiscal’

MYSORE: Software worth around Rs. 1,100 crore was exported from Mysore during the financial year 2007-08.

J. Parthasarathy, outgoing Director of Software Technology Parks of India (STPI), Bangalore, told The Hindu that software companies in Mysore, had registered an increase in exports of about 44 per cent to touch Rs. 1,100 crore from the Rs. 760 crore recorded last year.

“Software exports figures from Mysore have been very encouraging. The city has retained the number 2 position in the State, next only to Bangalore, and is followed by Mangalore”, he said.

Five new software companies had started their operations in Mysore in the last financial year, taking the total number of software firms in the city to 53, Mr. Parthasarathy said.

“These are provisional figures. The final figures will be announced after the annual performance reports of the software companies are received”, he said.

Mysore, which had overtaken Mangalore in software exports during the financial year 2006-07, continued to maintain its lead over the coastal city. Ever since software firms began operations in Mysore in the late nineties, the city has been trailing behind Mangalore.

The setting up of Infosys brought about a major turnaround in the evolution of the historic city into a bustling Information Technology centre.

Infosys, which has been increasing its workforce at the software development centre in Mysore during the last two to three years, accounted for a major portion of software export from the city.

But a number of other players, including a few home-grown companies, had exported significant quantity of software, STPI officials said.

Apart from Infosys, Mysore is also home to IT companies like Wipro, L&T, Software Paradigms, Excel Soft and ICAD, to name a few.

That the software industry here has managed to make a mark despite the economic recession in the U.S., appreciation of the Indian rupee and political uncertainty in the State is an indication of Mysore’s potential to emerge as an IT destination of promise, according to experts in the IT industry.

Mr. Parthasarathy said that Mysore would emerge as a twin city to Bangalore in the coming years if travel duration between the two cities, separated by 140 km, was reduced.

Though the existing highway between Mysore and Bangalore is considered to be good, the connectivity between the two cities can improve dramatically after the railway track doubling work and the Bangalore-Mysore Infrastructure Corridor expressway are completed.

Many experts from the IT industry, including Mr Parthasarathy have favoured high-speed trains between the two cities. An improvement in connectivity would lead to the trend of professionals working in Bangalore and staying in Mysore or vice-versa. “This will help Mysore as well as Bangalore”, an expert said.
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