User: subbu Topic: Land Issues
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Last updated: Sep 25 2017 17:49 IST RSS 2.0
 
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GIFT City may lose edge over Mumbai-Ahmedabad high speed rail: Expert 13.9.2017 News
GIFT City has been envisaged by Modi as an alternative financial centre to Mumbai at Gandhinagar
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Mandatory charging pods, points for electric cars in Karnataka highrises soon 13.9.2017 TOI: Cities
The state government is all set to amend the building by-laws in Karnataka to mandatorily set up charging pods and points for electrical automobiles.
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Blue Star "evaluating" setting up of Jammu plant: Official 13.9.2017 ET: Electronics
Citing the reasons, Thiagarajan said the quantum of benefit the company would get (from Jammu and Kashmir Government) was not clear following implementation of GST.
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State Govt cracks whip against lethargic progress of Civil Sectt Finish... 13.9.2017 Kangla Online
State Govt cracks whip against lethargic progress of Civil Sectt Finish...
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Rohingya crisis: Myanmar key link to India's Look East policy 13.9.2017 All Economy & Policy Stories
Each project needs government-to-government support to move even an inch
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Adani Group adding two vessels to boost dredging capacity 12.9.2017 HBL: Companies
By December, when an Adani Group company inducts two large dredgers to its fleet, it will not only make the firm India’s biggest dredging contractor alongside state-run Dredging Corporation of India...
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Government approves Rs 1,423-crore road project in Andhra Pradesh 12.9.2017 ET: Infrastructure
The Cabinet Committee on Economic Affairs has given its approval for development of six-laning of Narasannapeta-Ranastalam section of National Highway (NH)-16 (old NH-5) in Andhra Pradesh.
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Cabinet approves development of six laning of Narasannapeta-Ranastalam section of National Highway (NH) - 16 in Andhra Pradesh 12.9.2017 New Kerala: India News
New Delhi, Sept 12: The Cabinet Committee on Economic Affairs, chaired by the Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi, has given its approval for development of six laning of Narasannapeta-Ranastalam section of National Highway (NH) - 16 (old NH-5) in Andhra Pradesh.
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Cabinet approves development of six laning of Narasannapeta-Ranastalam section of National Highway (NH) - 16 in Andhra Pradesh 12.9.2017 Govt of india: PIB
The Cabinet Committee on Economic Affairs, chaired by the Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi, has given its approval for development of six laning of Narasannapeta-Ranastalam section of National Highway (NH) – 16 (old NH-5) in Andhra Pradesh.
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ICRA ratings for Indian debt instruments-Sep 8 11.9.2017 TOI: Intl Business
INDIA-RATINGS/(DAILY) (REPEAT):RPT-ICRA ratings for Indian debt instruments-Sep 8
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Notices to IT SEZ allottees for not meeting conditions 11.9.2017 Hindu: National
Allotment will be cancelled, warns IT Minister Lokesh
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Uncertainty looms over petrochemical complex in Kakinada 11.9.2017 Hindu: National
Farmers move Supreme Court
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India seeks more Chinese investments 9.9.2017 Hindu: Economy
Commerce Minister Suresh Prabhu meets counterpart in move to address bilateral trade deficit
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GST Council meet: States raise GSTN issues, difficulty in filing returns 9.9.2017 Top Stories
Suggest setting up of GoM to identify and help address the issues within 2-3 months
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State mulls new youth policy 9.9.2017 Hindu: Home
Yanamala flags off special buses with trained workers to Sri City
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Infosys to get freehold land for its first venture in Bengal 8.9.2017 All News-IANS Stories
The West Bengal government on Friday approved the entry of IT major Infosys in the state, allowing the company to get land on freehold basis for its maiden IT development centre.
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Infosys to get freehold land for its maiden venture in Bengal, says state govt 8.9.2017 DNA: Mumbai
The West Bengal government on Friday decided to allow IT major Infosys to get land on freehold basis for its first IT development centre in the state. The company had purchased 50 acres from the government at Rajarhat for the project. Speaking about the outcome of the cabinet meeting, State Education Minister Partha Chatterjee said that earlier the land was given IT major on lease for 99 years on a renewal basis. "Earlier we had decided to allow 75 per cent of the 50-acre land for IT and Information Technology Enabled Services (ITeS). Now today in the Cabinet we have decided to bring it down to 51 percent for IT and ITeS," he said after the cabinet meeting. "They (Infosys) had written us requesting that 51 per cent will be used for IT and ITeS besides, asking for freehold instead of leasehold which we have decided to allow," he said. According to another senior officer, Infosys needed to submit the DPR (detailed project report) within a month of registration of the land. The IT major would also be asked ...
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Infosys to get freehold land for its maiden venture in Bengal 8.9.2017 ET: IETS
On August 29, Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee had said that IT major Infosys would invest in the state without the special economic zone (SEZ) status.
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Riding on sops, Infosys to finally open maiden chapter in West Bengal 8.9.2017 Business Standard: News Now
Riding on sops to compensate for the lack of a Special Economic Zone (SEZ) status, information technology (IT) major Infosys is set to mark its entry in West Bengal. Its plan is to invest Rs 100 crore and build a campus on a 50-acre lot that can employ up to 1,000 people. The state government, in a Cabinet meeting on Friday, cleared the proposal whereby a "mixed development" model has been offered to the company. Partha Chatterjee, the state's parliamentary affairs minister, said after the meeting that of the 50 acres granted, 49 per cent will be on lease and used for IT purposes. The other 51 per cent will be freehold land; it may be used for any purpose Infosys deems fit. Industry departments officials say freehold land implies the ownership has been transferred and, hence, the company has an option to sell that part if it wishes.Earlier, when land was formally allotted to Infosys in November 2011, a 99-year lease for the entire 50-acre lot was agreed upon. Chatterjee claimed the ...
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Dr Reddy's falls as firm gets 6 observations in Duvvada facility audit 8.9.2017 News
The stock dipped 7% to Rs 2,066 on NSE in intra-day trade
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