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Deve Gowda accused of scuttling expressway project before SC 13.12.2005 Hindu: Breaking News
Deve Gowda accused of scuttling expressway project before SC 13.12.2005 Hindu: Breaking News
Gowda accused of scuttling Bangalore-Mysore expressway 13.12.2005 Rediff: Business
The promoter of the Rs 22.50 billion Banagalore-Mysore expressway project alleged before the Supreme Court on Tuesday that the former prime minister was trying to scuttle the project for political reasons.
SC accused Gowda of scuttling expressway project 13.12.2005 IndiaInfo.com
<img src="http://www.indiainfo.com/images/indiainfo-logo.gif"><p align="justify">The promoter of the Rs 2250 crore Bangalore-Mysore expressway project today alleged before the Supreme Court that former Prime Minister H D Deve Gowda and his son H D Revanna, a Minister in the State Cabinet, were trying to scuttle the project for political reason.
Peripheral road of BMIC to be ready by July next year 30.11.2005 Hindu: Karnataka
Motorists may have to pay Re. 1 as toll for every kilometre
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Clear encroachments on Malpe beach, says court 19.11.2005 Hindu: Karnataka
HIGH COURTROUND-UP
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Fire at NICE office 16.11.2005 Deccan Herald
Fire at NICE office
Briefly 16.11.2005 Hindu: Karnataka
The Cabinet subcommittee headed by Deputy Chief Minister M.P. Prakash, which is considering lifting the ban on registration of revenue sites in urban centres, including Bangalore, met here on Tuesday. Municipal Administration Minister S.R. ...
<b>BMIC project: SC hearing on Dec 6</b> 8.11.2005 Deccan Herald
<b>BMIC project: SC hearing on Dec 6</b>
Gowda's own country 29.10.2005 Telegraph: Opinion
For H.D. Deve Gowda, public spats are a part of political life. More so now than ever before
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<b>B?lore Mysore dream road</b> 25.10.2005 Deccan Herald
<b>B?lore Mysore dream road</b>
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Expressway is the way but not for govt 24.10.2005 The Indian Express -- Front Page
As Finance Minister P Chidambaram tries to persuade Infosys Chief Mentor N R Narayana Murthy to rescind his resignation as Chairman of Bangalore's International Airport, here's another issue he might want his local government to dwell on: how to get to the airport. The promise to complete the airport-at least two years away-is in itself an ''achievement'' proferred by the Karnataka government.
Bangalores coalition mantra: blackmail 23.10.2005 The Indian Express -- Front Page
This may be a city of tech frontiers but you can gauge a leader's perceived importance in more traditional ways: by the crowd at the gate, in the driveway, in the verandah, in the waiting room, in the drawing room-and finally outside his private chambers.
Raasta Roko courtesy Gowda 22.10.2005 The Indian Express -- Front Page
An hour from the manic congestion of Bangalore's heart, construction teams are blasting rock and paving stretches to desperately complete the first phase of a 164-km string of expressways and five townships that will eventually sprawl across an area the size of Singapore-all the way up to Mysore.
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NICE, NHAI settle dispute over interchange on NH 7 29.9.2005 Hindu: Karnataka
The judges in their order said: `We are happy that the parties have settled their dispute amicably.'
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NHAI to decide on elevated highway on October 10 27.9.2005 Hindu: Karnataka
Hyderabad-based consortium emerges successful bidder for Rs. 450-crore project
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NHAI considers proposals of K'taka to develop roads 24.9.2005 IndiaInfo.com
<img src="http://www.indiainfo.com/images/indiainfo-logo.gif"><p align="justify">The National Highway Authority of India (NHAI) is considering proposals sent by Karnataka for taking up development of roads near Bangalore city for easing congestion and traffic, Union Minister of State for Shipping, Road Transport and Highways Muniyappa said today.
Special: Can Indian roads beat Chinese? 23.9.2005 ET: Jobs
To remake its creaky infrastructure, India is banking on public-private partnerships.
Can Indian roads beat Chinese? 23.9.2005 Rediff: Top Stories (India)
To remake its creaky infrastructure, India is banking on public-private partnerships.
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Anil Ambani to join hands with Nandi Infrastructure- The Times of India 22.7.2005 TOI: India Business
Anil Ambani to join hands with Nandi Infrastructure- The Times of India
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