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Birlas' Dakota aircraft sold to pay BCI staff salaries

A 1946 Dakota aircraft, owned by B.K. Birla Group, and extensively used by G.D. Birla and his family members, is being dismantled in Madhya Pradesh’s Ujjain.
The unused aircraft had gone under the hammer in July 2013.
The auction was held following the instructions of the Madhya Pradesh High Court to disburse the pending salary of former employees of Bharat Commerce & Industry (BCI). The BCI, which falls under the Union Ministry of Corporate Affairs, was shut down in 2000.

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The aircraft is stationed at Nagda airstrip in Ujjain

Rajesh Sharma, general manager, Grasim Industries, Nagda in Ujjain district of the state, told mediapersons: “The parts of the plane are being dismantled by engineers of Dakota itself. Its parts will be taken to Gulbarga.”
The bid for the aircraft was reportedly bagged by a West Bengal-based firm. This week, two years after the bidding, a team of engineers from Dakota started dismantling the plane that is standing on the Nagda airstrip once used by the Birla Group.
According to old timers, the Dakota aircraft took its last sortie from Bombay (now Mumbai) in 1990. In all likelihood, the parts of the rare aircraft will be transported to the Kesoram Cement plant in Gulbarga district of Karnataka where it might find a home.
To recall, the Indian Air Force had on September 18, 2014 gifted a vintage Dakota aircraft from its museum to the Bangladesh Air Force (BAF). Western Air Command chief Air Marshal S.S. Soman had given the aircraft to Bangladesh Air chief, Air Marshal Muhammad Enamul Bari at the Palam Air Force Station in New Delhi.
The Dakota aircraft, one of the pioneers of the transport fleet of the Indian Air Force, has played a major role in the history of the Indian air force, especially in the 1947-48 war in Jammu and Kashmir, and the 1971 war which led to the liberation of Bangladesh and the formation of the Bangladesh Air Force.
The aircraft was used for transporting troops in Srinagar during the 1947-48 war with Pakistan for protecting the Kashmir Valley from raiders from across the border and also for the famous Tangail drop in Bangladesh, the biggest and most ambitious air drop operation since World War II, in the 1971 war.
Wing Commander Mehar Singh was the first person to have landed a Dakota, the first transport aircraft, at a height of 11,500 feet in Leh in 1947-48.




 

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Cabinet gives nod for National Investment and Manufacturing Zone in Tumakuru

BENGALURU: The state Cabinet on Thursday cleared the proposal for a National Investment and Manufacturing Zone (NIMZ) in Tumakuru near Bengaluru. A few months ago, it had given the nod for a NIMZ at Kalaburagi.

As the proposed Bengaluru-Chennai industrial corridor has been extended to Chitradurga, the Cabinet also decided to develop the district as a manufacturing zone. "This would create 80,000 direct jobs and indirect employment to 1.6 lakh people," law minister TB Jayachandra told reporters after the Cabinet meeting. The Tumakuru NIMZ will cover more than 13,000 acres in Vasanthanarsapur and Sira taluks.

http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/...ing-Zone-in-Tumakuru/articleshow/46307296.cms
 

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Anybody has information about this? This bridge is new bridge built parallel to Kurikota bridge??
I guess this approval is not for Kurikota bridge as Kurikota falls under Gulbarga taluka... and L&T is building new bridge as part of NHAI tender ... the current cabinet approval is for Bridge near harsur-Hebbal route which fall under Chittapur taluka near to NIMZ notified area and Bennethora also flows in that area...
 

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King Rudra Sugars Ltd. to set up plant by 2016



Director of King Rudra Sugars Limited M.K.H.H. Jilani addressing a press conference inKalaburagi on Thursday.



King Rudra Sugars Limited (KRSL), a new venture at an estimated Rs. 300 crore on 122 acres of land, would come up near Holkunda village in Kalaburagi district.
M.K.H.H. Jilani, director of KRSL, addressing presspersons here on Thursday, said that the land acquisition had been completed and the proposed plant would be completed within 18 months and it would start crushing sugarcane by October, 2016.


The factory will come up in two phases. In the first phase, the crushing capacity would be limited to 3,500 tonnes per day and it would be expanded to 5,000 tonnes per day in the second phase.


Apart from sugar production, Mr. Jilani said the plant proposed to take up cogeneration of power and the production of ethanol. The factory would produce 18 MW of power, which would be doubled to 36 MW.


Mr. Jilani said that the latest technology would be adapted to produce up to 45 kilo litres of ethanol per day from the residue generated after the crushing of sugarcane.
The effluent discharged from the factory would be maintained at zero. Carbon dioxide produced during the conversion of molasses into ethanol would also be packed for industrial use as fire extinguishers.


http://www.thehindu.com/todays-pape...td-to-set-up-plant-by-2016/article7136481.ece
 
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Director of King Rudra Sugars Limited M.K.H.H. Jilani addressing a press conference inKalaburagi on Thursday.



King Rudra Sugars Limited (KRSL), a new venture at an estimated Rs. 300 crore on 122 acres of land, would come up near Holkunda village in Kalaburagi district.
M.K.H.H. Jilani, director of KRSL, addressing presspersons here on Thursday, said that the land acquisition had been completed and the proposed plant would be completed within 18 months and it would start crushing sugarcane by October, 2016.


The factory will come up in two phases. In the first phase, the crushing capacity would be limited to 3,500 tonnes per day and it would be expanded to 5,000 tonnes per day in the second phase.


Apart from sugar production, Mr. Jilani said the plant proposed to take up cogeneration of power and the production of ethanol. The factory would produce 18 MW of power, which would be doubled to 36 MW.


Mr. Jilani said that the latest technology would be adapted to produce up to 45 kilo litres of ethanol per day from the residue generated after the crushing of sugarcane.
The effluent discharged from the factory would be maintained at zero. Carbon dioxide produced during the conversion of molasses into ethanol would also be packed for industrial use as fire extinguishers.


http://www.thehindu.com/todays-pape...td-to-set-up-plant-by-2016/article7136481.ece
I am very happy.. :banana::banana: We the farmers belongs to this area and growing sugar cane. This year struggled a lot to cut sugar cane, sending to bhusnur factory. God only knows when we get payment from factory. Really its a good news for us. Only thing is as per plan they should start by 2016.
 

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I am very happy.. :banana::banana: We the farmers belongs to this area and growing sugar cane. This year struggled a lot to cut sugar cane, sending to bhusnur factory. God only knows when we get payment from factory. Really its a good news for us. Only thing is as per plan they should start by 2016.

Wow great to hear Sunil ji... yeah hope it gets completed on time ....:banana::banana:
 

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Maggi could give us energy after all

The ACC Cement Factory at Wadi in Chittapur taluk of Kalaburagi district — which is incinerating banned stocks of Maggi noodles seized from Karnataka, Andhra Pradesh, Tamil Nadu, Maharashtra, and Goa — has decided not to let it all go waste.


The factory plans to generate energy through the process of incineration.
The factory in Wadi is among the five cement factories across the country that have been assigned to destroy banned stocks of Maggi noodles.


Officials in the factory said they would destroy the product in an eco-friendly manner. Tonnes of packets collected would be “crushed and reduced to powder before destroying it in an environmentally-acceptable way to convert it into alternative fuel resources (AFR)” in the kilns of the cement plant.


The process of crushing started three days ago, said the source. He added that Maggi worth Rs. 30 crore would be destroyed in the first phase. Meanwhile, hundreds of loaded trucks with Maggi noodles from different parts of the State have lined up outside the ACC cement factory in the last five days.


The noodle packs, with and without their plastic covers, are brought in from various places in containers and trucks.


They are loaded into the feeder platforms of the Skeeter crushers after unwrapping them, and they are crushed into small granules and fed into the ‘clinker’ boiler.
“It is then burnt, and efforts are being made to see if the process yields useful chemicals or products like fly ash that could be used,” a source said. The whole process takes a minimum of 10 days.


http://www.thehindu.com/todays-paper/maggi-could-give-us-energy-after-all/article7323699.ece
 

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Feasibility study ordered for NIMZ in Kalaburagi

Rs. 10 crore sanctioned for the project to be undertaken by ILES


The prospects of Kalaburagi district getting the multi-million crore National Investment and Manufacturing Zone (NIMZ) appear to be bright with the State government sanctioning Rs. 10 crore for undertaking the techno-feasibility study and prepare a detailed project report to the Infrastructure Leasing and Finance Services (ILFS).


According to the information available with The Hindu here on Thursday, a team of experts from ILFS had visited the proposed site of 12,500 acres in Chittapur taluk in Kalaburagi and certified that it was good for NIMZ as it was close to the proposed Kalaburagi Airport, railway stations at Chittapur, Sedam and Kalaburagi and adjacent to the Inter-State highway connecting Maharashtra, Karnataka and Andhra Pradesh.


When contacted, Prayank Kharge, Chittapur MLA, said the Hyderabad Karnataka Region Development Board (HKRDB) had also agreed to provide another Rs. 1 crore to conduct the Social Impact Assessment Study in the proposed NIMZ site, which was expected to attract an investment of more than Rs. 30,000 crore and open up new employment opportunities to more than 1.5 lakh people.


Delays and dead-ends
The previous UPA government had sanctioned NIMZ to Karnataka and it was to be established at Narsapur in Tumakuru district and Chittapur in Kalaburagi district. However, the proposal for Chittapur NIMZ was almost given up.


However, the proposal got a new lease of life after the Secretary of the Industries Department Amitabh Kant visited the site and said that all the States had been sanctioned two NIMZ each and hence two NIMZ should be set up in Karnataka too.


Acquisition plans
Mr. Kharge, who was instrumental for doing all the spade-work of selection of a suitable site for the proposed NIMZ, said that out of the 12,500 acres of land proposed for setting up the NIMZ, more than 3,000 acres belonged to the government and the remaining land was not very productive and its soil fertility was very low. Now, 9,000-odd acres of land had to be acquired for the purpose.


He said the government was also considering his request for including Sedam and Chittapur in zone one to enable the industries coming up in these taluks got more incentives.


At present, Sedam and Chittapur had been bracketed in zone II, which offered little incentives to the new industries.
NIMZ proposed on 12,500 acres near the site for Kalaburagi airport in Chittapur taluk
HKRDB promises to pay Rs. 1 crore for the Social Impact Assessment Study



http://www.thehindu.com/todays-pape...red-for-nimz-in-kalaburagi/article7356281.ece
 

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28 industrial projects for Kalaburagi, Yadgir

Investment of over Rs. 29,087 crore expected


Chief Minister Siddaramaiah has said that 28 industrial projects with an investment of more than Rs. 29,087 crore were being implemented in Kalaburagi and Yadgir districts.
In a written reply to an unstarred question of Congress MLC Allamprabhu Patil in the legislative council, Mr. Siddaramaiah said a total of 30 industrial projects with a projected investment of Rs. 31,292.73 crore were approved by the State government since 2012. Of these, one project – Chettinad Cement Corporation Ltd.-owned cement factory at Chincholi taluk in Kalaburagi district – has been executed at a cost of Rs. 1,665 crore providing employment to 495 persons.


The Chief Minister said that of the 28 projects under implementation, expected to create employment for 15,472 persons, 11 were in Kalaburagi and 17 in Yadgir.


In addition, the KIADB had acquired 1,948.35 acres of land in Kalaburagi and 400 acres in Yadgir for the establishment of Dal Park on 100 acres in Kapnoor third stage industrial area in Kalaburagi, Gulbarga Cement Ltd. for its proposed cement factory at Ferozabad on 1,821 acres, and an Industrial Estate on 27.35 acres in Chitapur in Kalaburagi district. The work on all these projects was under progress.
In Yadgir district, 150 acres has been allotted to the Railways for the proposed coach building factory at Kadechur and Badiyal villages and another 250 acres has been allotted to Hindustan Coco Cola Beverages Pvt. Ltd. for its bottling unit to be established in the same villages. The KIADB also proposes to develop 1,500 acres as an industrial area at a cost of Rs. 245.89 crore.


Mr. Siddaramaiah said the State government had not given any guarantee to the villagers of Bhosga and its surrounding areas on the outskirts of Kalaburagi city that their land would be acquired for industrial purposes. However, there was a proposal to create a land bank of 2,229.27 acres in Pallapur, Sindagi, Sheikh Roja, Tajsultanpur and Kere Bhosga villages. A final decision on this would be taken after a spot inspection by the Deputy Commissioner, he said.


http://www.thehindu.com/todays-pape...ects-for-kalaburagi-yadgir/article7405898.ece
 

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Hindus and Muslims work together in harmony in Gulbarga's textile industry Aug 3, 7:41 pm

Gulbarga, Aug 03 (ANI): Sameena Collection, a family shop offering a variety of apparel for men and women, has been operating successfully in Gulbarga for the last thirty years. Its owner says there has been no tension between Hindus and Muslims who work in his four shops. The employees, too, claim they have never faced discrimination as their employer treats everybody equally. Sanju, who has been working here for last eight years, vouches for his owner. Gulbarga, a city of flowers and gardens, is a mix of Hindu and Muslim population, living in peace and harmony. Famous Sufi shrines and Hindu temples dot the place, visited by both the communities. Mehrajuddin’s decision to appoint Hindu men as his employees has earned him praises. Muhammad Mehrajuddin is not a lone example. There are many establishments across India which employ both Hindus and Muslims and have never reported any religious acrimony.

http://www.aninews.in/videogallery2...rmony-in-gulbarga-039-s-textile-industry.html
 

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Jockey plans unit at Gulbarga

To facilitate the company’s investment, the Karnataka government is planning to allocate five acres at Kalaburagi (Gulbarga).



Bengaluru, August 19:
Page Industries Ltd, the exclusive licensees of Jockey International Inc (USA), plans to invest ₹132 crore in a manufacturing unit at Hassan.


The company’s proposal has been cleared by the Karnataka State High-Level Clearance Committee (SHLCC) recently, said a senior official of the Karnataka industries and commerce department.
The plant is expected to generate 790 jobs.



Page Industries has the licences to manufacture and distribute the Jockey brand innerwear/leisurewear for men and women in India, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh, Nepal and the UAE.



It is also the exclusive licensee of Speedo International Ltd to manufacture market and distribute the Speedo brand of sports wear in India.


The official said the company is also exploring Kalaburagi (Gulbarga) for further investments.



The company has shown interest to invest in the Hyderabad-Karnataka region, as the region offers tax concessions.
To facilitate the company’s investment, the Karnataka government is planning to allocate five acres at Kalaburagi.


The state government after roping in Coco-Cola as anchor industry for mega food park at Yadgir, also in the Hyderabad-Karnataka region now has completed land acquisition for 1,000 acres and is ready for allotment.


To facilitate more investments to the region, RV Deshpande, newly appointed Minister for Large and Medium Industries, recently held a serious of meetings on how to bring in fresh investments to the Hyderabad-Karnataka region.


To promote investment in this backward region, the state government has decided to fast-track few key industrial infrastructure projects such as airport, industrial areas and so on.


http://www.thehindubusinessline.com...t-132-crore-in-hassan-unit/article7558088.ece
 

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Orient Cement commissions its new cement plant in Karnataka

Orient Cement has commissioned and started commercial production at its new greenfield integrated cement plant from September 26, 2015. The new project, located near Chittapur, District Gulbarga, Karnataka has an installed capacity of 3.0 million tonnes per annum (MTPA).

With the commissioning of this new unit, the total installed capacity of Orient Cement Ltd. has increased to 8 MTPA. The first consignment of cement from the new plant has been dispatched on September 26, 2015.

The stock is currently trading at Rs. 158.9, up by 2.3 points or 1.47% from its previous closing of Rs. 156.6 on the BSE.

The scrip opened at Rs. 157.65 and has touched a high and low of Rs. 162.5 and Rs. 157.6 respectively. So far 22696(NSE+BSE) shares were traded on the counter. The current market cap of the company is Rs. 3208.73 crore.

The BSE group 'B' stock of face value Rs. 1 has touched a 52 week high of Rs. 200 on and a 52 week low of Rs. 118 on . Last one week high and low of the scrip stood at Rs. 161.5 and Rs. 150.55 respectively.

The promoters holding in the company stood at 37.5 % while Institutions and Non-Institutions held 36.83 % and 25.66 % respectively.

The stock is currently trading above its 200 DMA.

http://www.indiainfoline.com/article/news-top-story/orient-cement-commissions-its-new-cement-plant-in-karnataka-115092800192_1.html
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Orient starts production at its green field Project near Chittapur :banana: Next will be Jaypee near shahbad in few months from now!
 

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Bhima Lift irrigation project comes as a blessing


Water gushing out from the Ballundagi lift point in Afzalpur taluk of Kalaburagi district.— Photo: Arun Kulkarni




The Bhima Lift Major Irrigation Project, designed to provide irrigation to 25,292 hectares in villages in Afzalpur taluk in Kalaburagi district, is probably the only irrigation project in the region where the facility is being provided to more than the declared area under the irrigation.

As against the irrigation potential of around 6,000 hectares created from the two lift irrigation points at Ballundagi and Allagi villages, farmers on more than 10,000 hectares of the command area are using water to irrigate their sugarcane, banana and other rabi crops this year.

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Chief Engineer of the Irrigation Project Zone, Halange Jagannath, told The Hindu at the Ballundagi lift point that the demand for the water this year had been more from farmers of the command area due to the failure of rain.

Billed as the largest lift irrigation project on the Bhima, it is the second major irrigation project in the district after the Bennethora Irrigation project.

As per Scheme A of the Bachawat Tribunal Award, the Bhima Lift Irrigation Scheme has been allocated 6 tmcft. of water and of this, 5.63 tmcft. would be used for irrigating 25,292 hectares of land and the remaining would be used for drinking water and industrial and other purposes.

The original cost of the project taken up for construction in 1993-94 was Rs. 107 crore and the cost escalated to Rs. 587,37 crore.

Mr. Halange said that the construction of the main canal of the Balundagi Lift point of 63.76 km has been completed and out of the total 42 tributaries, 38 have been completed and the remaining four in an advanced stage of completion. Similarly the full length of the main canal of the Allagi Lift point of 35.78 km has been completed in all respects and 18 out of the total 21 distributaries were completed.
 

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Non release of funds put construction activities for textile park at halt

Only some land-levelling activities of the proposed textile park under the Scheme for Integrated Textile Parks (SITP), like the laying of the foundation stone for the construction of the compound wall and drainage construction has been carried out while all other construction activities have come to a halt due to the Handloom and Textile Department officials allegedly not releasing the share of the State government funds.


Managing director of Gulbarga Textile Park, Subash Kamalapure, on Friday said that delay on the part of the Handloom and Textile Department officials to release the State government’s share of Rs. 2.5 crore released more than three years back was the main reason for stopping all construction work.


The total cost of the project was Rs. 49 crore and Rs. 1.50 crore was the share of the Union government. The non-release of funds has also thwarted the Gulbarga Textile Park from getting the second installment of the cost of the project from the Union government.


The textile park, which had attracted attention of major garment manufacturers like Raymonds, Levis and others, besides having common facilities like effluent treatment plant, washing facility, creches for children of women workers and rest rooms, it would have worksheds with different sizes to accommodate different machineries used in the garment manufacturing.


The textile park also planned to produce the gloves and masks used in industries and hospitals and sanitary napkins and diapers in a largescale.
Mr. Kamalapure said that the government had earlier imposed one condition that the project should get final clearance of the Union Ministry of Textiles which they have already obtained the final clearance three years back and fulfilled the condition for the textile park.


According to Mr. Kamalapure, the officials of the Handloom and Textile Department have added new condition that the promotors — Gulbarga Textile Park — should invest their equity amount of Rs. 1 crore in the park.


http://www.yarnsandfibers.com/news/...ion-activities-textile-park-halt#.VkGPTUaGv_U
 

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Techno-feasibility report on NIMZ submitted to Centre for approval

All procedures have been completed to start the process of establishing the State’s second National Investment and Manufacturing Zone (NIMZ) in Chitapur taluk in Kalaburagi district. The State government has submitted a techno-feasibility report prepared by the Industrial Infrastructure Development Corporation (IIDC), and after getting the final nod from the Union government, land acquisition work will begin.

The process of establishing the first NIMZ in the State has begun in Tumakuru and 5,000 acres of the 12,000 acres required for the NIMZ there has been acquired. The acquisition of the remaining area is under process. Many industries have started establishing their units at the Tumakuru NIMZ.
Both the NIMZ for the State was sanctioned by the previous United Progressive Alliance government at the Centre.

Joint Director of the District Industries Centre Doddabasavaraj and Secretary of the Hyderabad Karnataka Chamber of Commerce and Industry (HKCCI) Amarnath Patil told presspersons here on Friday that identification of 12,000 acres of land on Waghdhari-Ripponpalli Inter-State Highway, 5 km away from the proposed airport at Srinivas Saradagi, has been completed. As the land identified was not entirely fertile and was rain-fed, it was best suited for establishing industries. Only around 100 acres of the 12,000 acres was irrigated.

Mr. Doddabasavaraj said that the techno-feasibility report has identified automobile industry, a solar power hub, cement-based industries, electronic units as best suited for the NIMZ in Chitapur taluk.

It is also ideal for establishing a logistics hub, as it is located close to the airport, and the railway lines were just 10 km away. Finished products can be transported easily from the logistics hub to all over India.

The NIMZ also provides opportunities for industrial units to set up their own residential colonies and the Union government provides a five-year tax holiday for industries established there. Besides, the industries established in NIMZ would be eligible for incentives extended by the State government for the industrially-backward Hyderabad Karnataka region.

He said that besides the availability of rich raw material, water required was available in the Kagina river with 0.8 tmcft being allotted for industrial purpose.

The total requirement for the NIMZ is 1.5 tmcft for which permission would be obtained from the Water Resource Ministry. There was also no shortage of power as excess power generated by co-generation units established in the cement factories can be easily transferred to the industries in the NIMZ.

http://www.thehindu.com/todays-paper/tp-national/tp-karnataka/technofeasibility-report-on-nimz-submitted-to-centre-for-approval/article8056564.ece
 

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NIMZ expected to give a fillip to industrialisation in Kalaburagi

The government has identified 12,500 acres in Chittapur taluk for the purpose


Kalaburagi district has something to cheer about in the State Budget. The announcement on setting up a National Investment and Manufacturing Zone (NIMZ) at Chittapur is expected to go a long way in giving a fillip to the industrialisation of the district.


The State government has already identified 12,500 acres of land in Chittapur taluk for the purpose and it is located in the vicinity of the proposed Kalaburagi Airport. Of this, 3,000 acres is government land and the remaining land, which is yet to be acquired, has been classified as unproductive with low soil fertility.


While the State should acquire this land and allot it to the industries as per their requirement after developing it, the Union government has extended a five-year tax holiday to the industries. It also has the responsibility to provide rail connectivity, electricity, water and other facilities.


The State government has completed the techno-feasibility study of the project and it will now be presented to the Union government for the formal clearance. Sanctioning NIMZ to Chittapur was one of the last decisions of the United Progressive Alliance government.


Another major announcement in the budget is to fill the 12,000 vacant posts in the districts in Hyderabad Karnataka as per the reservation provisions of the Article 371(J) of the Constitution. The information and technology centre will get an incubator and a common instrumentation facility. The Chief Minister has also made an announcement of starting the Kalaburagi Power Plant this year and it is not clear whether it was the proposed thermal power plant at Ferozabad.


The Chief Minister has proposed to set up the first-ever exclusive hospital for women and child in Karnataka in Kalaburagi city. A sum of Rs. 50 crore has been sanctioned for upgrading the cancer hospital which now will have medical and surgical oncology departments along with radiation facilities. The Chief Minister has continued the tradition of allocating Rs. 1,000 Crore to the Hyderabad Karnataka Region Development Board this year too.
Apart from sanctioning a 10-bed integrated AYUSH hospital at Chincholi, the government has given the green signal for constructing a bridge-cum-barrage at Jattur in Sedam taluk across the Kagina and approved the modernisation of the Bennethora major irrigation project. It has also been announced to set up a Religious Minorities Chair in Gulbarga University and complete the remaining works for the Kalaburagi Airport to start its operations this year.


http://www.thehindu.com/todays-pape...trialisation-in-kalaburagi/article8373078.ece
 

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Beating the slowdown: Capacity addition helps Shree Cement

It reported strong performance in December quarter despite majority of its capacities being situated in North India where demand and prices remained soft throughout the year



The first plant in Karnataka is expected to be commissioned by December 2018 and analysts at Nomura said given Shree Cement’s record the plant would be ready before schedule. Since the plant is in the Gulbarga region of north Karnataka, it will allow Shree Cement to cater to the western market along with south India. With this expansion, the total capacity of the company is expected to reach 33.6 million tonnes.

For the quarter ending March this year, analysts at Reliance Securities expect Shree Cement to report sales of 5.3 million tonnes, growing 28.8 per cent.

The revenue growth will be 29 per cent. Analysts at brokerage firm Ambit estimate sales and EBITDA to grow at compounded rates of 16 and 42 per cent, respectively, over the period 2014-15 till 2017-18.

http://www.business-standard.com/ar...dition-helps-shree-cement-116041500421_1.html
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Shree cements expects to commission its new plant in Gulbarga by 2018 in Sedam taluka ( kodla and Benkanhalli Villages)
 
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