Tuesday, July 1, 2008

The Large and Medium Industries Department on Monday cleared 65 investment proposals

Investments worth Rs. 1,065 crore in the State cleared


Source: www.thehindu.net

BANGALORE: The Large and Medium Industries Department on Monday cleared 65 investment proposals worth Rs. 1,065 crore in the State.
Minister for Large and Medium Scale Industries Murugesh R. Nirani told presspersons on Monday that all proposals were below Rs. 50 crore, and they were in the field of information technology, hospital, tourism, automobile, pharmaceutical and engineering sectors.
The projects would provide 29,024 jobs after their completion. The investors had shown interest in Tier II cities such as Belgaum, Mangalore, Hubli-Darwad, Mysore and Davangere, he said.
Karnataka Udyog Mitra would clear investment proposals of Rs. 1,000 crore every month.

4 comments:

Anonymous said...

Hey Satish,
Thats good news man. Do you have any idea on which companies are interested in BGM. Also any updated news on the IT Park Tenders for Plots allocation that you had covered previously.

ukmad said...

hi boss
How u doing in dubai?
What else is happening on ur plan for it park

Satish Kumar said...

HI Uday
Please float an Peoples agenda for Belgaum as Hon CM Mr Yediurappa is visiting Belgaum on 12 July for Industrial meet, I will mail you lot info on same lines please get in tocuh with CII Belgaum office representative.

KRV-BELGAUM said...

Hi Satish:
When we were fighting for the Vidhana Soudha Building nobody came and stood by us or rendered support. When the Government approved it and wants to go ahead all politicians want it near their lands. We are clear from the begining, let the government decide wherever it wants to, we will welcome it.
Mr. Basavraj Bommai, Belgaum District Incharge minister had a meeting with me and I told him the whole situation and he asked me to conduct a survey and give him a feedback.
We also have a online version of the survey, I want all those enthusiasts visitng your site and other belaum related blog sites to participate in the survey
here is the link
http://belgaumnext.org/survey.html
or
http://www.surveymonkey.com/s.aspx?sm=1_2fHmF7weketYf2wem5FahA_3d_3d

thanks
Rajeev
and dont forget to keep me in the loop.
lol