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Will help export of readymade garments
The Tiruchi District Tiny and Small Scale Industries' Association (TIDITSSIA) has been shown a few locations in Manapparai area for establishment of a mini textile park (MTP) with substantial government subsidy.

The location of the MTP with common facility centres for design ideation, training, and sales in Manapparai area will be ideal for the development of the readymade garments business in Puthanatham town, N. Kanagasabapathy, TIDITSSIA president, said.

The MTP scheme envisaging establishment of at least 10 production units on a minimum area of 10 acres has to be developed through formation of a Special Purpose Vehicle.

The government, through the Handlooms and Textiles department, will make available subsidy to the extent of 50% with a maximum ceiling of ₹ 2.5 crore under the project.

The Revenue authorities have identified a little over 24 acres within the jurisdiction of the proposed area identified for establishment of the SIPCOT Industrial Park, Mr. Kanagasabapathy said.

Such a facility, industry sources said, would be ideal for promoting export. Most of the more than 50 readymade garment manufacturers in Puthanatham, located about 17 km away from the Manapparai town, have specialised in making churidars and children's apparel of export quality by virtue of frequent study visits to Mumbai.

Establishment of the MTP, industry sources said, will be a motivating factor for scaling up production through cluster approach.


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Many encroachments removed on Vayalur Road

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Continuing its drive to remove encroachments along arterial roads in the city, the Highways Department on Wednesday turned its attention to the Vayalur Road.

The Department, in recent weeks, has removed encroachments along the city stretch of Dindigul highway and Srirangam.

On Wednesday, the narrow and congested Vayalur Road was the focus of the drive.

Officials dismantled unauthorised structures put up by shopkeepers to extend their business space.

The drive was carried out between Puthur Four Roads Junction and Uyyakondan Thirumalai, a senior official of the department said and added that the drive would continue on Thursday for another three-km stretch.

With a large number of residential colonies coming up Allithurai and beyond, the Vayalur Road has become one of the busiest roads in the city.

The narrow road has been struggling to cater to the rising traffic and the removal of encroachments came as a welcome relief to motorists.

http://www.thehindu.com/todays-paper/tp ... 363538.ece


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As opposition grows, civic body agrees to accommodate claims

Amid brewing discontent among mainstream political parties over proposals for delimitation of wards, the Tiruchi Corporation has agreed to accommodate claims and objections if they are genuine.

Since a draft proposal on delimitation of wards based on the 2011 census, there has been opposition to the process. Though the political parties, including the Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam, welcomed the proposal in general, they have raised objections to the manner in which wards were delimited.

Many aspiring candidates of DMK and other parties, with their supporters, visit the Corporation office to register their grievances. The objections are not just limited to DMK. A few office-bearers of AIADMK too have expressed their reservation on redrawing the wards. Besides seeking the intervention of Tourism Minister Vellamandi N. Natarajan, who is also the AIADMK secretary of Tiruchi urban district, they have petitioned the Corporation officials to set right the issues.

“The DMK does not have reservations on redrawing big wards such as 60,52,38 and others. But, several wards, including compact wards, have been redrawn without any basis. The practice of drawing wards on natural boundary has not been followed properly,” said Anbazhagan, secretary of DMK Tiruchi urban.

After listening to the views of ward secretaries, former DMK Minister and Tiruchi West MLA K.N. Nehru has presented a petition with the Corporation officials to redraw nearly 30 wards. He has stated that several wards that formed part of Tiruchi West had been merged with wards in the boundary of Tiruchi East Assembly constituency.

Mr. Anbazhagan said that some areas of Crawford on Madurai Road had been merged with Karumandapam, which was on Dindigul Road. Similarly, unnecessary changes had been made in redrawing many wards by bringing together non-contiguous areas.

However, officials say the delimitation process had been carried out based on guidelines and order issued by the State Election Commission. As per the guidelines, population of each ward would be 14,086. It could be more or less 10 % from the base population. Wards had been redrawn only by natural boundaries. The State Election Commission had clearly stated that no consideration on the boundaries of Assembly constituency should be given on redrawing wards.

Corporation Commissioner cum Special Officer N. Ravichandran told The Hindu that the last date for submitting claims and objections had been extended up to Friday from Tuesday.

He had given instructions to the officials to accommodate genuine claims and objections. Action would be taken on omitted areas or non-contiguous areas. Objections would be scrutinised based on standard guidelines.

http://www.thehindu.com/todays-paper/tp ... 363541.ece


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Large number of people throng places of worship

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After overnight celebrations to ring in the New Year, a large number of people thronged places of worship to offer prayers on Monday.

Midnight masses in churches and special poojas at temples drew heavy crowds right through the day across the region. The faithful turned up in large numbers at the Shrine Basilica of Our Lady of Health at Vailankanni in Nagapattinam district and other churches across central districts.

The turnout of devotees was heavy in various temples, including the Rockfort Thayumanaswamy Temple, Srirangam Sri Ranganthaswamy Temple, Samayapuram Mariamman Temple, Thiruvanaikovil Akilandeswari Temple, Vayalur Murugan Temple and other temples in Tiruchi. At several places, police pickets had to be posted to regulate the crowd.

Picnic spots such as Sithanavasal in Pudukottai, Mukkombu and Puliancholai in Tiruchi district saw a rush of people celebrating the advent of 2018.

http://www.thehindu.com/todays-paper/tp ... 349329.ece


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