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Tenders called for Phase-2 of UGD works in Trichy City which is slated to be carried out at a cost of Rs 450 crores


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PostPosted: Mon Nov 13, 2017 10:50 pm 
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Providing National Highways road crossing arrangements by trenchless method for NH crossing at Thiruverumbur over bridge near kallanai road turning junction as per NHAI standards


BHEL-Trichy is doing this Job


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PostPosted: Sun Nov 12, 2017 8:17 pm 
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1) Kuzhumikarai Road gets LED lights

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Twenty-eight LED lights installed along the Kuzhumikarai Road near Thennur in the city were formally commissioned on Saturday.

The LED lights, erected on eight-metre high galvanised octagonal poles, have been installed at a total cost of Rs. 16.75 lakh. Of this, Rs. 10 lakh was contributed by P. Kumar, MP, from his Local Area Development Fund (MPLAD) and the remaining expenditure was borne by the Tiruchi Corporation from its general funds.

The lights have been erected on the Kuzhumikarai Road from Anna Nagar Link Road to the Azhvarthoppu Bus Stand in ward 50.

The lights were commissioned by Vellamandi N. Natarajan, Minister for Tourism, in the presence of S. Valarmathi, Minister for Backward Classes and Minorities Welfare.



source: http://www.thehindu.com/todays-paper/tp-national/tp-tamilnadu/kuzhumikarai-road-gets-led-lights/article20262322.ece




2) At last, Kuzhumikarai gets LED street lights

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A short stretch in the heart of the city, which had remained dark and dangerous for years, got LED street lights on Saturday evening.

A total of 28 new LED street lamps have been established at Kuzhumikarai Road under Member of Parliament Local Area Development (MPLAD) scheme.

The new street lamps which have been established at an estimation of Rs 16.75 lakh allotted by Trichy MP, P Kumar, was inaugurated by the state tourism minister, Vellamandi N Natarajan in the presence of minister for backward and minorities welfare, S Valarmathi and the district collector, K Rajamani.

Though it comes under the city limits and is located in the centre of the city, the entire area had remained dark and posed danger for residents to walk during night-time. After many years of the ordeal, people in the locality were finally provided with the facility.

After inaugurating the LED street lamps, minister Vellamandi N Natarajan said that the work of establishing various facilities like cement road, noon meal centre, shop for public distribution system and Anganwadi centres were under process at an estimation of Rs 80.40 lakh.

More such facilities would also come up for the benefit of people residing in the locality, he added.

Speaking on the occasion, minister S Valarmathi recalled the facilities established for Srirangam which was the constituency of late leader J Jayalalithaa, worth Rs 400 crore, while she was alive. She also assured that similar schemes and facilities would also be established for the entire district soon.



source: https://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/city/trichy/at-last-kuzhumikarai-gets-led-street-lights/articleshow/61611213.cms


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Soon, Trichy to get cold storage for Bananas under NITI Aayog


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The state agriculture department has devised a new supply chain management under which produce specific cold-storage facilities will be set up in 10 select districts to prevent wastage of fruits and vegetables.

Annually , farmers in 10 districts cultivate vegetables and fruits on 15 lakh hectares and produce 220 lakh tonnes of yield. But out of the total production, nearly 25% to 30% is wasted owing to lack of proper storage facilities. The new initiative will stem the rot.

The project is to be showcased at Niti Aayog meeting in New Delhi on November 4.

"We have devised a system of new supply chain management from the farmers' doorsteps.

The government has sanctioned `398 crore towards this and work to construct buildings as part of the supply chain has started," a senior agriculture department official told TOI. Ten districts in Tamil Nadu are known for cultivation of chillies, garlic, banana, coconut, carrots and other vegetables and fruits.

"The department has started construction of primary processing centres (PPC). By next year, these PPCs will be operational. Farmers will be able to sell their produce to the collection centres, the start of the supply chain," said the official. Work to construct a PPC has begun at Palacode in Dharmapuri district.

The new supply chain will also do away with middlemen."The collection points will receive the produce from farmers and deposit it with primary processing centres (PPCs) equipped with modern facilities. They will process the produce and store it before sending it to the terminal markets or exporting," the official said.

The districts shortlisted for the project are Krishnagiri, Dharmapuri, Nilgiris, Coimbatore, Trichy , Dindigul, Theni, Ramanathapuram, Tuticorin and Tirunelveli. "There will be 487 collection points and 29 PPCs in the 10 districts.

Krishnagiri leads among districts with more number of PPCs and collection points. The district, famous for various fruits and vegetables, will have 10 PPCs and 77 collection points at a cost of Rs 96 crore," he said.

The department has tied up with International Crops Research Institute for the Semi-Arid Tropics (Icrisat) for advice on type of machinery need for processing and storing of vegetables.

"Each vegetable and fruit requires different type of equipment and the department has asked for suggestions from Icrisat. Based on their input, we have placed orders for the equipment for the PPCs. Collection vans will be deployed to collect the produce from farmers," the official said.

The department is set to order machineries like arecanut dehusker, coconut dehusker, banana hand cutters, billing machines, blowers, carrot washing machine and cellophane tape dispenser.

The supply chain management will be controlled by a team headed by chief secretary at the state level and by district collectors and horticulture officials at the district level. Modern information technology tools will be deployed to link collection points and terminal markets. This will help farmers keep tab on the daily rates of their produce.



source: https://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/city/chennai/soon-tamil-nadu-veggies-to-get-cold-storage/articleshow/61478627.cms


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PostPosted: Sat Oct 28, 2017 8:41 pm 
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Trichy to get the Following Infra Projects

1) UGD Phase-2 at a cost of Rs 500 Crores


2) Drinking Water Supply Scheme to Trichy Fort and Trichy Junction at a cost of Rs 550 Crores------Cant Believe this ;)



source: http://www.twadboard.gov.in/twad/project_formu.aspx


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PostPosted: Sat Oct 28, 2017 8:24 pm 
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Did CM laid Foundation for Rs 350 Crore Road Projects in Trichy City????


Please look at this Official TN Document related to the Complete speech of CM at Trichy on Oct 26th

It says that CM Laid Foundation stone for Road Projects in Trichy City Limits at a cost of Rs 350 Crores

If it is so, it is a Huge amount for Trichy's Infra

Just now checked his speech in video too---He also says the same

Please ckeck it : http://cms.tn.gov.in/sites/default/files/press_release/pr261017_716.pdf


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Tiruchi Corporation awaits PWD nod for drinking water project

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The much awaited drinking water project for the five added wards of the Tiruchi Corporation in Kattur and Tiruverumbur areas is likely to be delayed as it is awaiting nod from the Public Works Department (PWD) for constructing pumping station and head works.

The project, which is being implemented at a cost of ₹63.70 crore, is aimed at supplying 135 litres of drinking water per head to the residents of 61, 62, 63, 64 and 65 wards in Tiruverumbur, Kattur and adjoining areas. Once the project is completed, the Tiruchi Corporation will take over the responsibility of supplying drinking water to them from the Tamil Nadu Water and Drainage Board (TWAD) that currently supplies 40 litres of water per day and per head to the residents.

The project has been divided into three phases such as head works, construction of reservoirs (overhead tanks) and laying of mains and distribution lines so as to complete the works as early as possible.

According to sources, of the three phases, construction of reservoirs and laying of mains and distribution lines have started gaining momentum following the receipt of No Objection Certificates (NoC) from the National Highways Authority of India (NHAI) and the State Highways for laying pipelines along the roads. However, it is said that the PWD (Irrigation) is yet to give green signal for constructing head works and pumping station for the project

As per the plan, it is proposed to construct pumping station on the Cauvery river bed near Melur so as to supply Cauvery water to the residents. A pumping main will be laid across the river up to a point near Kambarasampettai and from there water will be carried to Tiruverumbur though pipes.

Sources said that clearance of PWD was required for starting the construction work at the proposed site. All necessary documents have been submitted along with the proposal to the PWD, seeking its nod, which was expected soon.

A senior official of the Corporation told The Hindu that the project completion might be delayed by at least six months. There was no immediate possibility of starting pumping station works due to flow of water in the Cauvery. The flow was expected up to the second week of January. Construction of pumping station works could be started only after February or March. However, steps would be expedited to complete the project within December 2018.



source: http://www.thehindu.com/news/cities/Tiruchirapalli/tiruchi-corporation-awaits-pwd-nod-for-drinking-water-project/article19925584.ece


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PostPosted: Wed Oct 25, 2017 10:37 am 
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Nod for laying water pipelines across highways

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Workers laying a drinking water pipeline in Tiruchi on Saturday.Photo: B. Velankanni RajB_VELANKANNI RAJ

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The project is being implemented by the Tiruchi Corporation at a cost Rs. 63.70 crore

The National Highways Authority of India (NHAI) has given permission to Tiruchi City Corporation (TCC) for laying pumping mains and distribution lines along the roads for the drinking water project to five added wards in Kattur and Tiruverumbur areas
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The project is being implemented at a cost Rs. 63.70 crore. Of this, KFW, the German Bank will provide loan to the tune of Rs. 25.48 (40 % of the project cost). It will offer an equal sum as grant. The remaining Rs. 12.74 crore (20 %) will be met through the own resources of the TCC.

The project is aimed at increasing the supply of existing 40 litres to 135 litres of drinking water per day per head to the residents of Tiruverumbur and its adjoining areas as per the norms stipulated by the Central Public Health and Environmental Engineering Organisation.

For early completion of works, the project has been divided into three packages such as head works, construction of reservoirs (overhead tanks) and laying pumping mains and distribution lines. Of them, laying mains and distribution lines and construction of overhead tanks have gained momentum with the permission granted by a few agencies.

Corporation Commissioner N. Ravichandran told The Hindu that the pumping mains and distribution lines would have to pass through various roads from Kambarasampettai on Tiruchi-Karur road to Tiruverumbur on Tiruchi-Thanjavur road. The NHAI, the Public Works Department and the State Highways that owned and operate the roads have given permission for laying pipes.

As part of the project, he said pumping mains would be laid for 22 km. The total length of distribution lines would be 205 km. In addition to the existing overhead tanks at Tiruverumbur, Kalkandarkottai and Ellakudi, new overhead tanks would be constructed at eight places including Puzhal Nagar, Pari Nagar, Santhosh Nagar, Cauvery Nagar and Ganesh Nagar, Mr. Ravichandran said.

S. Amuthavalli, City Engineer (in-charge) said that the Corporation has been supplying 4.5 million litres a day (MLD) of water to the residents of 61,62,63,64 and 65 wards through the Tamil Nadu Water and Drainage Board (TWAD). It was expected that construction would be completed within December 2018. The Corporation would be in a position to distribute 12 MLD of water when the distribution of water commenced. The scheme was designed to cater to the drinking water needs of residents for the next 30 years. It would have the pumping capacity of 27 MLD



source: http://www.thehindu.com/todays-paper/tp-national/tp-tamilnadu/nod-for-laying-water-pipelines-across-highways/article19864744.ece


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Temporary bus stands to ease festival traffic

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Workers engaged in erecting a temporary bus stand at Mannarpuram in Tiruchi. | Photo Credit: M_SRINATH

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Two will come up at Mannarpuram and one near Sona-Meena Theatre

The City Police has made elaborate arrangements to regulate the festival traffic rush ahead of Deepavali.

Temporary bus stands would be established in the city ahead of the festival this year too with a view to easing congestion at the Central Bus Stand. Work on constructing shelters for the temporary bus stand has already commenced at Mannarpuram – a central location close to the Tiruchi-Madurai National Highway.

The temporary bus stands would come up at three spots – two at Mannarpuram and one near the Sona-Meena Theatre near the Central bus stand.

Buses bound for Madurai and Pudukottai and those coming to Tiruchi from these two places would terminate at Mannarpuram instead of going to the central bus stand. Buses bound for Thanjavur from Tiruchi would start from the temporary bus stand to come up near the Sona Meena theatre.

Shuttle services would be operated from Mannarpuram temporary bus stand to the Central Bus Stand, said police sources.

The idea is to ease congestion at the central bus stand from where State Transport Corporation and State Express Transport Corporation buses depart to various destinations within the State and to neighbouring States, said the sources.

The city police held meeting with the civic body and transport corporation officials for setting up the temporary bus stands. The law enforcers have requested the civic body to provide basic amenities at the temporary bus stands.

The Transport Corporation has been requested to operate buses from these spots, said the sources adding that public address system would also be provided to guide passengers alighting at the temporary bus stands.



source: http://www.thehindu.com/news/cities/Tiruchirapalli/temporary-bus-stands-to-ease-festival-traffic/article19851261.ece


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