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1 Test ABD  Invest India  Test 1002
2 Implementation of Transmission Systems in the State of Jharkhand consisting of 400/220/132/33 kV transmission lines and substations under Jharkhand Consultancy Project.  Power   Several intra State Transmission Systems required to feed power to load centers around Ranchi, Dhanbad and Jamshedpur in the State of Jharkhand were identified for implementation. Jharkhand Urja Sancharan Nigam Ltd. have assigned a total of 27 nos. of Transmission Systems for implementation by Power Grid Corporation of India Ltd under a Consultancy Assignment. So far 15 nos. of Transmission Lines along with the associated substations have been commissioned. The remaining 12 nos. Transmission Lines are under various stages of implementation. Out of these 12 nos. lines, 7 nos. lines require Forest Clearance. Forest clearance/Working permission for 2 nos. lines have been received & work is in progress. In case of balance 5 nos. lines, Stage-I clearance has been received for 3 nos. lines, but working permission is awaited. For remaining 2 nos. lines, revised proposal has been uploaded due to change in alignment. As per the Agreement, all the transmission elements were scheduled for completion by May’14, but implementation got delayed due to multiple reasons like pending Forest Clearance, RoW issues, change of alignment, change of schemes and delayed release of fund. 1472
3 Gadarwara STPP  Power   2 X 800 MW Thermal Power Project 11638
4 Bilaspur-Pathrapali  Road Transport and Highways   4-laning of Bilaspur-Pathrapali from 0.00 to 53.300 1025.21
6 Gurgaon Palwal Transmission Limited  Power   To meet the growing load demand in Gurgaon and Palwal areas and to serve the consumers with reliable power, establishment of three nos of 2X500MVA, 400/200kV substations at Sohna Road, Kadarpur and Prithla along with associated 400kV connectivity have been agreed. 400/200kV Sohna Road Ss has been proposed to cater to the load demand of sector 58 to 67 of Gurgaon whereas 400/200kV Kadarpur S/s has been proposed to cater to sector 68 to sector 80 loads of Gurgaon. The 400/220kV Prithla substation would feed Palwal, Rangla Rajpur and Meerpur Kurah substations of Haryana and adjoining areas. Prithla substation will be connected to ISTS grid at 400kV to Aligarh(PG) 765kV switching station and 400kV level would be created at Aligarh(PG) 765kV switching station. 1100
7 Multi Modal Transport System (MMTS) Phase-II Hyderabad  Railways   It covers laying of double/quadruple lines for a total length of 103 Km. 1000
8 Dangoaposi-Rajkharswan 3rd Line Doubling  Railways   The section was highly saturated. To decongest the section, 3rd line is very much essential. 1000
9 Khagaria-Kusheshwar Asthan (NL)  Railways   The new Rail line project was sanctioned in 1997-98. The project of this new line originates from Khagaria station which is an important junction station on Barauni – Katihar route of ECR and goes up to Kusehaswar Asthan. This new Rail line is falling in Samastipur Division of ECR and is required in view of inhabitants, devotees and public representation to link Kusheshwar Asthan which is a holy place in Darbhanga district and has an ancient temple of Lord “SHIVA”. After construction of a new line from Khagaria to Kusheshwar Asthan, it will help in development of under developed, waterlogged and industrially backward area. This project will create opportunity in future for coming up of agro-based industries. It will be backbone of the area as there are insufficient means of transportation in the catchment area of the project line as there are no roads and large part of land remains under water during monsoon period and thereafter and thus only other means of transportation is country boats. 1000
10 Bowaichandi-Arambagh  Railways   To facilitate socio economic growth of the area. 1000
11 Phulera-Digana Doubling  Railways   More demand of passenger services has been received from various sectors. Goods traffic shall also increase by four to five trains each way keeping in view development plan of port and Indian economy. Kandla port and Mundra port are the two most important port on the western coast which are the closest to the northern hinterland. They also happen to be the fastest growing port of the country. This route will be feeder route for DFC and therefore doubling of this route will be useful so that traffic to and fro is 108% with maintenance block and 94% without maintenance block. Doubling will give momentum, growth, pace to the Indian economy, as precious saving occurs in term of economic development of the area, as railway is prima transporter of bulk and long distance freight traffic in the country, therefore doubling of Phulera to Degana is required. 1000
12 Bhadrachalam Road- Sattupalli  Railways   M/s Singareni Collieries Company Limited, had approached Railway Board for construction of a Railway Line from Bhadrachalam Road to Sattupalli for evacuating about 200 Million Tonnes of coal over a period of thirty years. Currently about 2 million tonnes of coal is road transported over a Lead of 55 Km to Rudhrampur siding located about 10 Km from BDCR. Commissioning of new railway line would result in additional originating traffic of about 6 MTPA with incremental revenue of RS. 150 Crores per annum to railways. 1000
13 Banspani-Jakhpura Doubling  Railways   The Banspani – Jakhapura doubling Rail-Line (UP Line) augments the capacity of the existing Single line for transporting iron-ore from Joda-Banspani sector to the steel plants at Sukinda & Kalinga Nagar region and Paradeep Port for export purpose. Besides, after construction of Angul – Sukinda New Railway line, the line will feed iron ore to Jindal Steel plant located near Angul. Dispatch of finished products from the steel plants of Daitari and Kalinga Nagar Industrial Complexes to destinations in Mumbai and Delhi etc. area via TATA Nagar will also be shorter over this line as compared to the route via Kharagpur. Thus the doubling will contribute immensely for the Industrial production in the vital steel sector and also financially by generating considerable revenue for the country. This project will also contribute to the overall development of socially& economically backward and pre-dominantly tribal areas of Odisha by assisting directly and indirectly to the development of other infrastructures along with commissioning of the double Rail-Line. 1130
14 Rourkela-Jharsuguda Third Line 101 Km  Railways   The section was highly saturated. To decongest the section, 3rd line is very much essential. The RoR of the section is 20.26%. 1149.98
15 Maniyachi-Nagercoil (102 Km) Doubling  Railways   This is a prestigious doubling project connecting to south Tamil Nadu, thus acting as a gateway to southern Tamil Nadu. This project is of high strategic importance as it will cater to high demand of passenger traffic on this route as well as anticipated freight traffic due to large scale ports development in southern coastal Tamil Nadu. The project when fully commissioned will reduce the travelling time by 25% between important cities between Chennai -Tirunelveli, Chennai –Nagercoil &Chennai - Kanniyakumari. More trains can be introduced and passengers can get “seat on demand” after completion of this project. 1003.94
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