The Bill will allow the state government to set up integrated industrial townships in the Delhi-Mumbai Industrial Corridor (DMIC), which runs 150 km on either sides of the 1,500-km dedicated freight corridor.
The state government is initially planning to set up townships in two nodes identified in Khushkhera- Bhiwadi- Neemrana and Jodhpur- Pali-Marwar regions of Rajasthan. But its Bill has already run into rough weather. Continue Reading
In Metro rail the distance between Gandhinagar-Ahmedabad-Dholera is to be covered in two trenches from Gandhinagar to Ahmedabad and from Ahmedabad to Dholera. It is about 100 kms and is proposed as elevated metro. This will provide faster movement and even otherwise important for new international air port. The project is having a longer gestation period and requires to be taken up quickly. The metro is also approved under DMIC master plan by the central govt. Continue Reading
In a significant step towards the implementation of the Government of India’s ambitious Delhi-Mumbai Industrial Corridor (DMIC) project, land has been acquired for four of the eight smart cities to come up along the 1500 km long corridor, and development of the land acquired has already started, told by CEO of DMIC Development Corporation in recently New paper interview. Continue Reading
through more transparency as well as accountability and could encourage flow of FDI funds into the market, a Nomura report says.
The Upper House on March 10 passed the Real Estate (Regulation and Development) Bill, 2016, aimed at protecting the interests of home buyers, bringing in more transparency and accountability into the real-estate sector. Continue Reading
Government of India has announced the establishing the Dedicated Freight Corridor between Delhi and Mumbai, covering an overall length of 1483km and passing thru the States of U.P, NCR of Delhi, Haryana, Rajasthan, Gujarat and Maharashtra, with end terminals at Dadri in the National Capital Region of Delhi and Jawaharlal Nehru Port near Mumbai. Continue Reading
As India also grew with the global industrial revolution, which already finished three phases, getting onto fourth wave, the country is gearing up to be a part of it by focussing on infrastructure-supported industrialisation, which is reflected in the emergence of industrial corridors, where various nodes and industrial hubs, and smart cities are planned. The UPA government’s ‘National Strategy for Manufacturing’ prepared in 2006 and the current NDA government’s Make in India campaign support corridors. India started its journey on industrial corridors with the establishment of the Delhi-Mumbai Industrial Corridor (DMIC) in 2005. Continue Reading
Dholera, an industrial city coming up over 920 sq km in Gujarat under the Delhi Mumbai Industrial Corridor (DMIC), has caught the attention of planners in New Delhi. Attempts are being made to develop it as an artillery and aerospace hub. Continue Reading
Port-city of Dholera in Gujarat, touted as India’s largest Greenfield smart city under the Delhi Mumbai Industrial Corridor (DMIC), is all set to roll out with a Special Purpose Vehicle created to manage the new township on a sustainable basis.
The ambitious project is jointly promoted by the DMIC and Dholera Special Investment Regional Development Authority. The first Board Meeting of the Dholera Industrial City Development Ltd. held on January 30, approved the Engineering Procurement Construction contract for Rs 1,734.04 crore for construction of roads and services by Larsen & Toubro. Continue Reading
After announcing a whopping Rs 7060 crore in the Union Budget on July 10 for developing 100 smart cities across the country, the NDA Government under Prime Minister Narendra Modi is set to invite bids for Dholera investment region in Gujarat in the next three months and for integrated industrial townships in Greater Noida and Vikram Udyogpuri in Madhya Pradesh along the Delhi-Mumbai Industrial Corridor (DMIC) by March next year. This has been said in a report published. Continue Reading
India’s most ambitious infrastructure project, the Delhi-Mumbai Industrial Corridor (DMIC), has received a push with the ministry of civil aviation granting in-principle approval to the Dholera airport project in Gujarat.
The proposed airport, being developed jointly by Delhi-Mumbai Industrial Corridor Development Corporation (DMICDC) and the Gujarat government, would offer two parallel runways of 2,910 metres and 4,000 metres and would be developed in three phases at a cost of Rs 1,712 crore. Continue Reading
The civil aviation ministry has given its clearance to four greenfield airports, including the Rs 1,378 crore international airport at Dholera in Gujarat, which is expected to reduce air traffic load at the existing Ahmedabad airport.The three other greenfield airports are proposed to be set up in Andhra Pradesh, with two of them likely to be no-frills ones. Continue Reading
This Saturday is “MAKE – IN – INDIA” Day, Now Japan has Decided ‘Make-in-India’ fund of 1.5 trillion yen (approximately Rs 83,000 crore), while India promised to devise a special package of incentives for attracting investments in ‘Japan Industrial Townships’. Continue Reading
One of the most ambitious projects of Gujarat government the Dholera Special Investment Region (DSIR) spread across 920 sq km has been recommended for environmental clearance by the expert appraisal committee of the ministry of environment and forest (MoEF), but is yet to get nod for coastal regulatory zone (CRZ) clearance from the state government authorities itself. Continue Reading