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1.Projects worth over Rs 4.45 billion launched in Thanjavur

Under Smart Cities Mission, major projects have been launched in Thanjavur.


2.Rs 20 billion approved for Chennai Metro Phase-2

The Tamil Nadu Government has reportedly approved to commence work for the 118-km Phase-2 of the Chennai Metro Rail Project, which will connect the suburban areas to the city centre.


3.Chennai-Kanyakumari Industrial Corridor to be a reality

The Chennai-Kanyakumari Industrial Corridor worth Rs 64.48 billion is expected to become a reality as the Tamil Nadu Government has passed a bill to amend the Tamil Nadu Industrial Township Area Development Authority Act, 1997 (TNITADA). 


4.Madurai gets new bridges, roads to ease mobility

The Tamil Nadu government's decision to construct bridges roads in Madurai and its suburbs will aid in preventing road mishaps and easing traffic jams. At a a three-day annual conference of collectors and police officers in Chennai last week the Chief Minister J Jayalalithaa announced this.


5.TN allocates Rs 18.25 cr for Kodaikanal roads

Responding to wide range of public complaints the Tamil Nadu government has allocated Rs 18.25 crore for road works in Kodaikanal. Kodaikanal is a renowned hill tourist spot but its roads are not that much amusing for the visiting tourists.


6.Rs 43 cr allotted for widening Chennai road stretch

In Chennai, Rs 43 crore has been allotted by the Tamil Nadu government for widening a small stretch of Grand Southern Trunk Road in Irumbuliyur, Tambaram. Lot of mishaps have taken place on the stretch. A Government Order to this effect from the Highways and Minor Ports Department was passed earlier this month.


7.TN likely to get Rs 8,583 cr for road works

The Tamil Nadu government is likely to get Rs 8,583 crore for various road projects of 1,678 km of length. The road works are expected to commence from next year, Rajeev Ranjan, Principal Secretary, Highways and Minor Ports, said in Chennai on October 7.


8.Water bodies, waterways in Chennai to be revived

The Tamil Nadu government has decided to revive water bodies in the Chennai metropolitan area (CMA) and the waterways around it. Through a master plan, the vanishing lakes in areas such as Ambattur of the city will be restored in a phased manner. A master plan for a phased restoration of these water bodies as well as waterways is all set to be prepared.


9.TN to award contract for phase-II of Chennai ORR

To construct phase-II of Chennai Outer Ring Road, from Nemilichery to Minjur, the Tamil Nadu government has recently given its nod to a consortium of Ashoka Buildcon and GVR Infra Projects. Work on phase-I of the ORR, from Vandalur to Nemilichery, is nearing completion. On completion, the 61.65-km-long road will form a semicircle around the city and help decongest Chennai’s roads. It will act as a major link and connect four national highways — NH 4, NH 5, NH 45 and NH 205.


10.TN to build 47 godowns at Rs 117 cr

The Tamil Nadu government has ordered the construction of 47 godowns across the state to ensure an uninterrupted supply of foodgrains in the public distribution system. The godowns would come up in Thanjavur, Coimbatore, Krishnagiri, Villupuram, Pudukkottai, Sivaganga, Namakkal, Kancheepuram, Tiruvannamalai, Tirupur, Tuticorin, Tiruvallur, Trichy, Karur, Ramanathapuram, Erode, Dharmapuri, Salem and Vellore.


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