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Haldia Dock Complex to spend Rs 100 cr to set up coal jetty by August

Kolkata, Mar 22 (UNI) The Haldia Dock Complex (HDC) has decided to set up a coal handling jetty with an estimated cost of Rs 100 crore by this August, according to India Coal Market Watch (ICMW).
The ICMW quoting the port official saying the HDC, a subsidiary of KolkataPort Trust (KoPT) will set up the coal jetty by August 2017 at an investment of Rs 100 crore. The coal jetty is expected to handle some2.5 million tons (mt) cargo per year.The HDC also decided to establish two new coal handling terminals-outer terminal 1 and outer terminal 2, with a combined capacity of 9.4 mt.The feasibility studies of both these projects would be taken upshortly and it is expected that construction of this Rs 590-crore project would start in financial year 2017-18.
Explaining the justification of setting up these three coal terminals and jetty, the official said that HDC would handle 40 mt coal onaverage per year. But keeping an eye on the potential of coastalshipping of coal from the coal-rich regions of Bihar and Jharkhand tosouthern India and imports of the fuel, HDC has decided to go forthese terminals and jetty.As per the dock official, currently, there is one terminal each forhandling overseas and inland coal at HDC. The official said: “In orderto make berth availability more to coal and non-coal coal cargo, thisendeavour would be fruitful for the port in the long run.”
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New Delhi, Oct 30 (UNI) Year 2019 marks the 50th year of the International Film Festival of India (IFFI) in Goa which takes place from November 20- 28 and is often counted amongst one of the earliest film festivals of the Asian continent.

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32nd Tokyo International Film Festival Opens in new Japanese era

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Tokyo, Oct 28 (UNI) The latest instalment of the world's longest running film series starring the same actor today kicked off the 32nd edition of the Tokyo International Film Festival, the first film festival in the new Japanese era that began in May this year with the crowning of a new emperor.

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Conference of young writers on Gandhi from Oct 11

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Sanya Malhotra joins stellar cast of 'Shakuntala Devi - Human Computer'

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New Delhi, Sep 22 (UNI) Known for taking the road less travelled, Sanya Malhotra has always opted for challenging subjects and interesting characters, be it her blockbuster debut film 'Dangal', or other films like 'Pataakha' or 'Badhaai Ho'.

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