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    Centre clears Rs.1 lakh-cr infra projects in TN

    Centre clears Rs.1 lakh-cr infra projects in TN
    Injecting a massive booster to the highway and shipping infrastructure in Tamil Nadu, the Central government has recently approved Rs.1 lakh crore for building infra projects in both the segment. The projects include setting up of three new elevated corridors in the state and an Express Highway between Chennai and Bengaluru will also be built, Union Minister Nitin Gadkari said adding that the highlights of this sanction is similar to the Mumbai-Pune highway, as the Chennai-Bengaluru Express Highway has been planned at cost of over Rs.20,000 crore. The land acquisition from Karnataka government was completed and now ministry was awaiting clearance from the Tamil Nadu government. On the proposed elevated corridors, the minister said the first one is the Tambaram-Chengalpattu elevated corridor at Rs.2,250 crore. The other corridors were Poonamalee to Maduravoyal at Rs.1,500 crore and Chennai-Nellore entailing an investment of Rs.1,000 crore.
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