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Wednesday, May 30, 2007

DRI Examined RIL Jamnagar premise

Directorate of Revenue Intelligence Officials reached Jamnagar unit RIL on Monday to "examine" some accounts,
 
"It is a fact DRI officials are at the refinery. It is also a fact that they are examining some books of accounts. But it is too premature for me to say in what context the books are being examined," the spokesperson said here.

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Brip

Thursday, May 24, 2007

Jamnagar - Traffic Policeman killed in a road Mishap

Traffic Policeman killed in a road Mishap

Jayvirsinh Jhala, An A.S.I. in Jamnagar traffic branch was crushed to death yesterday by a Coal Truck from N.R.E. Coke Ltd. a local Coal mining co. A FIR is filed against the driver and investigation is underway

Tuesday, May 22, 2007

Jamnagar - L&T to builds world's largest FCC Regenerators & Combustors

L&T builds one of the world's largest FCC Regenerators & Combustors

Larsen & Toubro Ltd (L&T) has announced that the Company's Heavy Engineering Division-Hazira Works, has successfully built one of the world's largest FCC Regenerators & Combustors for Reliance Petroleum Ltd's (RPL) export oriented refinery coming up at Jamnagar, Gujarat.

The equipment is considered to be the heart of the RPL's refinery, which is billed as the fifth largest in the world. The Company had previously built a similar FCC regenerator and combustor for Reliance Industries Ltd's (RIL) refinery in Jamnagar in the year 1998.With the completion of the current project, the Company has successfully constructed the most critical components of Reliance's Jamnagar Complex, which is the world's single largest refinery complex in the world. The project is a testimony to the Company's ability and the faith reposed in it by RIL.The project, completed 6 weeks ahead of schedule, is a repeat order placed on the Company by Reliance for the Jamnagar Export Refinery Project (JERP). The contract was won by the Company under global competition.The Company received the order for this equipment in November 2005 and the delivery date was July 2007. The Company manufactured this equipment in a record time and is delivering it 6 weeks ahead of schedule.The main features of this equipment are a 16.3 metre diameter, an overall length of 40 metres and weight of 1320 MT. The material of construction for equipment is carbon-manganese steel with more than 170 MT of stainless steel internals.The process licensor for this equipment is UOP-USA, Mechanical Design (including the critical finite element analysis), detailed engineering and fabrication were done by the Company's Hazira Works. Transportation to this mammoth equipment will also be carried out by the Company.The flag-off ceremony took place at the Company on May 21, 2007 and the equipment will sail to Jamnagar and will reach JERP by end May 2007.The seamless execution of the project once again proves the Company's capability in fabricating such large equipment utilizing hi-tech fabrication techniques. The Company improved its own track record by delivering the equipment ahead of schedule and is now geared to fabricate more challenging and critical equipment for refineries around the world.Incidentally, the Company's Hazira Works is in the final stage of its capacity expansion project with which the shop capacity is doubled including a super-heavy bay which can handle 2000 MT plus weight equipment.

Monday, May 21, 2007

More Bride - Fleeing in Jamnagar

More Bride - Fleeing in Jamnagar


Seems that Jamnagari brides are bit confused about choices and are making decision at 11th Hour,


recently a patel girl escaped a night before marriage in bhavnagar district, and now a similiar incident is followed in Jamnagar as well,


Jamnagar's Sindhi girl escaped with a Khoja boy, just a night before the marriage.
it seems that Jamnagar girls needs more time on deciding "I, do".

Jamnagar - Protest in support to Datar victims

Junagadh came out in strength to support the bandh to support the victims of brutal Datar Hill incident.

By late evening, the protests spread to Jamnagar and Rajkot.

In junagadh, Congress and BJP joined hand in hand to protest against in-capability of police and demanded that the arrest should me made at earliest

Jamnagar - Nobat Celebrates 50 Years

Jamnagar's own Nobat an afternoon paper is in the 50th year of its publication.

Ratilal Madhwani started this paper in 1957 as a weekly in Rajkot, it graduated as a daily in 1964.

Ratilal had already shifted to Jamnagar in 1962 and so the weekly Nobat.

Nobat is an integral part of Jamnagar life, its present editor and son of the founder editor Pradip Madhwani said that a function would be held on June 7 in the city to mark the event. Chief Minister Narendra Modi will be the Chief guest and renowned Ramkathakar Morari Bapu is like to preside over the June 7 celebrations, he said. Though it is a noon paper, Nobat has played a pivotal role in the public life of Jamnagar.

Jamnagar - Parsvnath Bids a housing project from JMC

Parsvnath Developers Ltd - India’s leading real estate developer is to develop a Group housing complex on a plot measuring 13,200 sq.mt. in Jamnagar, Gujarat.


Jamnagar has witnessed a rapid economic development in the recent years। The complex would give an opportunity to provide a new dimension to lifestyle in the city.


The co। won the project in a fiercely competitive bid and emerged as the highest bidder to bag the project. The complex would be a landmark property for the city. Parsvnath emerged successful in an auction tendered by Jamnagar Municipal Corporation (JMC).


Located few minutes away from the city airport, the Housing complex would be situated on 100 feet wide main road, making it the most sought after complex in the city। The project will provide all the infrastructure facilities and luxuries to its residents।

Tuesday, May 15, 2007

Niho To Build Gujarats Biggest Mall In Jamnagar

Sheers size of forthcoming "Scottish City Centre" will make it biggest Mall In Gujarat,
 
This was announced by Niho Const. , this will open western Indian market for the real estate major from Delhi.
'After the success of our 'Scottish' series in Delhi and NCR, we decided to expand to the western parts of India. The 'Scottish City Centre' will be the first of its kind mall in Jamnagar,' said Neeraj Karoul, marketing head of Niho Construction.

It will come up on 800,000 square feet at Jamnagar, the firm said in a release Monday.

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Brip