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1.Kundapur-Talapady Highway works likely to resume soon

The widening of the Kundapur-Talapady national highway project in Mangalore, which is one-and-half years behind schedule is expected to resume soon. Navayuga Udupi Tollway Pvt Ltd (NUTPL), a subsidiary of Hyderabad-based Navayuga-KPCL Consortium, which had bagged the contract, had stopped the work for more than six months ago due to financial crises.


2.Work on KPCL power plant to begin by Dec

The construction work for the 1,600 MW power plant by Karnataka Power Corporation Ltd (KPCL) in Chhattisgarh is likely to begin by December 2010.


3.BHEL wins Rs 3,700 cr order in Karnataka

Karnataka Power Corporation has awarded BHEL with a Rs 3,700 crore contract for setting up a 700 MW Bellary Thermal Power Station in Karnataka.


4.Contracts awarded in August 2010

BHEL has bagged power equipment orders from the Karnataka Power Corporation Ltd (KPCL) for setting up 2x800 MW of thermal power plants at Yermarus and Yeramarus in Raichur district.


5.A look at business opportunities bagged by industry players

Nagarjuna Construction Company has bagged a contract from NHAI to execute the four-laning of 163 km Jamshedpur-Ranchi stretch of NH-33.


6.Rain Cements commences Bellary unit

Rain Cements Ltd (RCL) has commenced operations of its fly ash handling and cement packing unit at Bellary, Karnataka.


7.State prohibits pvt hydel plants near KPCL units

The Government of Karnataka prohibits private sector players to set up mini-hydel projects near the existing hydel plants of State owned Karnataka Power Corporation on security grounds.


8.KPCL to select company for supplying LNG

Karnataka Power Corporation (KPCL) plans to conduct a international competitive bidding process to select a company for the supply of up to 1 mnmtpa of liquid natural gas (LNG). KPCL requires LNG in order to fuel its upcoming 700 MW gas-based combined cycle power project at Bidadi near Bengaluru. The project is estimated to cost Rs 2,500 crore.


9.AP approves port project worth $2 bn

The state government in Andhra Pradesh has given in-principle approval to Krishnapatnam Port Company Ltd (KPCL)


10.Power crisis in Karnataka to end soon

The perennial power crisis of the state may end soon as major thermal units of the state were assured of constant supply of coal.