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PostPosted: Sun Oct 27, 2013 10:50 pm 
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Sentosa like Theme park in Trichy:

Govt plans 20 tourism parks based on Singapore's Sentosa model

With an aim to attract more global tourists, the government has decided to set up 20 tourism parks in the country on the pattern of Sentosa theme park on an island in Singapore.

Each tourism park, first-of-its-kind in the country, will have a hotel, convention centre, food street and entertainment and amusement facilities.

According to the plan, the 20 tourism parks will be developed in a mission mode with an outlay of 1,000 crore, a Tourism Ministry official said.


Each park will come up in about 50 acres and will be equipped with adequate facilities such as haats, craft centres and amphitheatres for hosting cultural events. "The basic idea is to hold tourists for longer period. There are such examples like Sentosa in Singapore," the official said.

The tourism park is likely to be developed through public-private participation (PPP) mode with the land being provided by the state government or private partner. "We are finalising the business model for developing tourism parks in the country. The PPP model or Special Purpose Vehicle (SPV) of the government is being considered for executing the project," the official said.

Besides, the Tourism Ministry is in the process of identifying 36 new tourist destinations across the country. These new destinations are being planned to be developed with private participation in the 12th Five-Year Plan period.

source:http://articles.economictimes.indiatimes.com/2011-06-27/news/29709018_1_parks-tourism-ministry-ppp-model


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PostPosted: Sun Oct 27, 2013 6:54 pm 
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Vijay Food Court & Vijay Cinemas.

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PostPosted: Sun Oct 27, 2013 10:25 am 
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Endless stream of shoppers keep police busy

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With Deepavali round the corner, shoppers are making a beeline for the main areas in the city — Main Guard Gate, Singarathope, Town Hall, and Thillai Nagar. Apparel outlets, jewellery shops, and dealers selling consumer durables are witnessing a surge in shopping and most city buses bound for these places are crowded all through the day. People have to meander through the thickly-crowded Singarathope and Teppakkulam areas, Big Bazaar Street, and Nethaji Subhas Chandra Bose Road. Not just leading businesses, even medium and small textile shops are packed with people as they are known to cater to all budgets. Vehicle owners too are put to hardship in the absence of adequate parking space for two- and four-wheelers. Sukumari, a housewife of Manapparai, had come to Tiruchi, along with her parents, in-laws, and two children for shopping. They started out at 3 p.m. and it was 8 p.m. when their completed their shopping and started their way back home. “The crowd was as expected. However, the festive mood and the joy of shopping with the family make us forget the ordeal,” Ms. Sukumari said.

As people from across the central region visit the city, Central and Chathiram Bus Stands have been witnessing huge crowds. Inadequate parking space is glaring, especially for cars. The parking lot at Super Bazaar in Singarathope is the only facility available. But reaching it through the narrow road was a nightmare for car owners even on an ordinary day, said M. Vinod, a driver with an industrialist.

Although the temporary parking lot at Bishop Heber HSS near Teppakulam and ‘Yanaikatti’ Maidan have brought relief to vehicle users, it highlights the need for constructing a multi-storeyed parking complex, said A.M. Emthiaz Malik, a businessman. Readymade garment shops have been forced to hire temporary sales personnel and security staff to regulate crowd and to keep the petty criminals at bay.

Surveillance cameras have become the norm in most retail outlets, said M. Tamilselvan, Tiruchi regional president, Tamil Nadu Vanigar Sangangalin Peramaippu .

Hawkers and kiosks on the roadsides in the days leading up to Deepavali add to the congestion. The authorities should regulate them and allow them only in the designated zones, said A. Thomas, a consumer activist. Should an accident occur, it will be impossible for the rescue agencies to reach the narrow lanes of Singarathope, NSB Road, Big Bazaar Street, Nandikoil Street, and Teppakulam, said Sakthivel, owner of a tailoring mart.

All commercial areas had been brought under police watch in the past few days with the help of high-definition cameras, said a police officer.

The Indian Red Cross Society has set up three peripheral first aid centres to help shoppers during emergency. At least 75 members of the District Disaster Response Team (DDRT) would work in shifts at the centres. Volunteers from different hospitals and trainees of Red Cross Society would be part of the initiative, said Edmund William, chairman, DDRT.

http://www.thehindu.com/todays-paper/tp ... 277189.ece


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PostPosted: Sat Oct 26, 2013 10:06 am 
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Shopping complex may come up at Sengulam Colony

The Tiruchirapalli City Corporation has planned to build a shopping complex on a piece of land owned by the civic body near the Sengulam Colony market in the city.

The 2.50 acre site, which had been encroached for long, was recovered by the civic body a few years ago. Given the prime location of the property, the civic body hopes to generate substantial revenue by building a shopping complex on the site.

The proposal was approved at an urgent meeting of the council on Friday. The civic body would soon float tenders calling for consultants to prepare the feasibility report, a detailed project report, and the financial operation plan for the proposal.

To a question from Mohamed Mustafa (MDMK), City Engineer R. Chandran clarified that the Golden Rock zonal office would come up at the site as proposed earlier.

The council cleared a proposal to build a new facility for carrying out sterilisation procedures on stray dogs caught by the civic body. The facility, with an operation theatre, would come up near the sanitary workers residential quarters at Nehru Nagar at a cost of Rs. 20.30 lakh.

http://www.thehindu.com/todays-paper/tp ... 274549.ece


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PostPosted: Wed Oct 23, 2013 9:26 pm 
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Grand Opening Of Multi-branded Foot Wares. Opening On 27/10/2013 From 10.30 Onwards.
Location: Thillai Nagar 10th Cross.


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PostPosted: Sun Oct 20, 2013 12:09 pm 
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VERY SOON A BIG SHOPPING MALL IN TRICHY, WITH ONE INDIA'S BIGGEST MULTIPLEX THEATRE WILL COME.


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PostPosted: Sun Oct 20, 2013 10:36 am 
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Shoppers have a blast

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New varieties, innovation in not only design but also in utility, and, above all, competitive rates have come to stay as the unique selling point for sale of garments, saris and kids wear for the current “Deepavali” season.

Consumers from different parts of the central region had been making a beeline for Tiruchi for purchasing garments for the “Deepavali” festival. Obviously, there are huge crowds at several prominent shops on the NSB Road, Singarathoppu, West Boulevard Road, Big Bazar Street, and Thillai Nagar, along with other business hubs in the city.

A large number of parents say that the “Dasara” holidays had come in handy for them to purchase cloths for Deepavali. “Shopping involves time, especially in selection of garments. As the shops will be overcrowded by next week, we decided to purchase garments well in advance,” says R. Manavalan, an employee from Neyveli Lignite Corporation, who had come to Tiruchi with his family to purchase textile goods.

It is not major textile giants or well established showrooms that attract customers. Even the Co-Optex showrooms in the city have been witnessing brisk sale, courtesy the low-priced and multi-coloured silk saris. “A silk sari normally is noted for weight. Under the ‘Ellorukkum Pattu’ scheme, low-priced, and low weight silk saris, produced from Madurai and Salem, are marketed in the showrooms. Women prefer silk saris with a price tag of Rs. 2,950 to Rs. 3,300,” says S. Janakiraman, manager of Teppakulam Co-Optex showroom.

On an average, 40 silk saris are sold at the showroom now. “It is likely to step up in course of time,” he says.

The cotton varieties introduced by Co-Optex have gone down well with the consumers. “Competing with the private sector garment industry, we have targeted children as our consumers. Kids’ bed spread is another attraction. With its motley design, the bedspread attracts not only parents but also children,” he says.

Young couple is another targeted group. “The honeymoon bedspread with specific designs attracts the newly-wedded couples.”

A few private garment firms vie with one another in adopting new commercial strategies, the main among them being multi-purpose utility of the same garment.

Most garment dealers focus on children’s wear. For instance, “Kutti Mayil” frock introduced by a private firm in the city has been the centre of attraction for a number of parents.

“Priced at about Rs. 2,295, it can suit girls aged up to 10,” says C. Manikandan, manager of major textile showroom, having a chain of outlets across the State.

The firm has introduced the “2,500 model” shirt, which can be utilised in different styles. “We supply a catalogue on using the shirt. Similarly, a full pant can be conveniently converted into a three-fourths pant or half pant,” he says. Churidars could be conveniently converted for multiple use.

“It can be used with bottom with salwar or choli with tops,” say the marketing personnel.

Leading textile showrooms even attempted to advance Deepavali sale.

A leading showroom on the N.S.B. Road advertised that people could indulge in hassle-free Deepavali purchase, in the company of their children, during the puja holidays. Textile shops claimed that they had displayed all new varieties for Deepavali at least a month in advance. This was in contrast to aadi sale, which gets extended beyond August 15.

Less purchasing power

Although the crowd had been surging at the main business hubs in the city, the rush is not on expected lines.

Purchasing power of the common people has come down to a considerable extent because of various factors, particularly the soaring of prices of essential commodities and petrol; power tariff, and new taxation rules, says Ve. Govindarajulu, State general secretary of Tamil Nadu Traders’ Federation.

It is a fact that a large number of people, including those belonging to economically weaker sections, throng the city from the neighbouring districts of Nagapattinam, Sivaganga, Perambalur, Ariyalur, Tiruvarur, and Thanjavur for festival shopping. The volume of crowd has not registered any increase this year. In fact, it remains steady as compared to last year, indicating not much of an increase in the number of people patronising the trade, says Mr. Govindarajulu.

Another important feature witnessed this festival season is that the value of purchase has gone down because of price increase.

A customer, who managed to purchase textiles for Rs. 10,000 last year, is now complacent with a budget of Rs. 7,000. This was mainly because of the tightening of purse strings by the masses. This trend in no way proves favourable to the trading community, he says.

http://www.thehindu.com/todays-paper/tp ... 253151.ece


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Same Look, Even Before 2 Months. Condition Is Like This Only !!

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Reliance @ Rail nagar - Work is going at good pace

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