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Singapore Consortium closes Amaravati Start-up area project

Amaravati, Nov 12 (UNI) The Singapore Consortium (comprising Ascendas Singbridge Pte Ltd (now part of CapitalLand Group) and Sembcorp Development Ltd has decided to close the 'Amaravati Capital City Start-up' area Project.
The Minister of Trade and Industry of Singapore government in a release on Tuesday said that Singapore Government notes the decision by the government of AP to close the Amaravati Capital city Start-up Area project via a GO dated November 11, 2019.
The closure is based on mutual consent between the government of AP and The Singapore Consortium (comprising Ascendas Singbridge Pte Ltd (now part of CapitalLand Group) and Sembcorp Development Ltd.
Minister-in-charge of Trade Relations of Singapore, S Iswaran said “The Singapore Consortium was appointed by the government of AP in 2017, to help master develop the 6.84 KM Start Up area of its new capital city Amaravati. We note that the newly elected government of AP has not to proceed with the Start-up Area given its other priorities for the State. The Singapore Consortium companies have stated that the project has cost them a few million dollars, and that its closure does not impact their investment plans in India.
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Yakshagana Bhagvatha Patla Sathish Shetty to recieve 'Srusthi Kalabhushan' award

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KPCC chief to be finalised soon: Senior INC leader

KPCC chief to be finalised soon: Senior INC leader

24 Jan 2020 | 6:31 PM

Mysuru, Jan 24(UNI) Senior Indian National Congress leader Dinesh Gundu Rao said on Friday said that appointment of KPCC chief and vice president would be finalised within a week.

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National Girl Child Day celebrated

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Yard re-modelling work : SR partially cancels 2 passenger trains, regulate express train

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