Dennis Selvan |

IN what is considered to be a `turf war' between State Industries Promotion Corporation of Tamil Nadu Ltd (Sipcot) and the sons of the soil for control of the precious turf itself, the lure of lucre is at its core in the industrial vicinity of Sriperumbudur.

It is a war for the control of about 500 acres of land.

G Saravanan | ENS

At least 1,750 fishers offered work as they plan to greet CM with black flags during his visit to Kattupalli
SEVEN different companies located in and around the Kattupalli desalination plant near Minjur have promised to recruit 1,750 traditional fishermen from 15 hamlets, who lost their livelihood in the face of massive industrialisation.

Industry's land may just double in two decades

India is poised for a rapid economic growth

Vijayawada, May 2: The Andhra Pradesh Industrial Infrastructure Development Corporation (APIIC) will develop infrastructure in the industrial units to be set up in the mandals.

Pune Pune is attracting huge investments from global auto majors but could lose out home player Baja Auto

Paris: The province of Moselle in France on Tuesday said Tata Motors should explore setting up a manufacturing unit for the Nano in the region as it could facilitate the company's plans to launch the world's cheapest car in Europe by 2011.

Bishnu Dash / Bhubaneswar April 13, 2010, 0:25 IST

To meet the infrastructure needs of micro, small and medium enterprises (MSMEs) on a priority basis, the Orissa government has reserved 20 per cent of the area in all industrial estates, industrial parks, industrial corridors and land banks for such units.

Pune Ganpat Borade, a retired post master from Warude who has given up his 7.5 acre land for the Bharat Forge multi-product SEZ at Khed is hoping that the second phase of negotiations will fetch him a better price for his land than what was offered by Maharashtra Industrial Development Corporation (MIDC) two years back. The public hearing will be conducted in the first week of April.

Gandhinagar: Congress leaders have charged the BJP government with favouring industrialists in sale of land. Leader of Opposition in Assembly Shaktisinh Gohil said that according to the Central government rules, a developer cannot sell land allocated to him for Special Economic Zones (SEZ).