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1.Cement prices affect 30,000 construction projects in Tamil Nadu

CREDAI has reportedly sought the Tamil Nadu Government's intervention on the 36 per cent hike in price of a cement bag.

2.Tamil Nadu speeds up smart city projects

The Tamil Nadu Government is expected to roll out smart city projects worth Rs 65 bn across all the 12 corporations in order to speed up its project work.

3.Projects worth over Rs 4.45 billion launched in Thanjavur

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

4.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.

5.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). 

6.Tamil Nadu gets nine greenfield projects

After the proposition for the Salem-Chennai Highway, which is to comprise eight-lanes, the Tamil Nadu Government has decided to plan eight such greenfield projects in hopes to give the state's roads a beautiful makeover.

7.TN government sells 1 cr bags of Amma Cement

In over six months, the Tamil Nadu Government has sold 1 crore bags of subsidised ´Amma Cement´ to over 1 lakh beneficiaries across the state.

8.Amma cement sells 27,056 MT

The Tamil Nadu Government has sold 27,056.80 metric tonne of Amma cement since its launch in January this year

9.TN to add 22,440 MW power

The Tamil Nadu Government plans to add 22,440 MW of electricity in the next eight years and envisages an investment of Rs 4.50 lakh crore by 2023.

10.TN plans Rs.15,000 cr investments in minor ports

The Tamil Nadu Government plans to invest about Rs 15,000 crore with an aim to develop minor ports and improve port infrastructure in the state. A 10-year plan, the investment will increase cargo from the non-major ports to about 150 mn tonne.