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Dec 28, 2009, 11:30:03 AM12/28/09
Hi everyone today india PM and Japnese PM have signed paper for DMIN
project. The major Benefit in UP will be in G.noida and Yamuna
Expressway area. Read following report


Dec 28, 2009, 11:33:30 AM12/28/09
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Arnab M



Dec 28, 2009, 11:40:45 AM12/28/09
Also i read DMIC concept paper and it says that for Export-Import
purpose there has to be a Airport at G.Noida.
Now there is high level delegation which will be headed by Indo-
Japnese delegation. There will be Freight and Logistic
Hub at G.Noida- Yamuna Expressway zone and Jewar Airport will serve
the purpose.

I have been to Manila and US, there i have seen these type of Logistic
HUB and there opertaion. Without airport it is not Possible
to have Logistic park, so it will be not long before you hear about
Jewar airport. So lets hope for good news........


Dec 28, 2009, 11:44:20 AM12/28/09
Hi Arnab i am again posting the news here published on 18th Aug In

DMIC project influence spans 12% area of UP
Virendra Singh Rawat / New Delhi/ Lucknow August 18, 2009, 0:01 IST

The Delhi Mumbai Industrial Corridor (DMIC) project influence area
spans almost 12 per cent of the geographical area in Uttar Pradesh
DMIC is likely to provide employment to about 2,50,000 people by
propelling industrialisation and development of social and physical
infrastructure in NOIDA, Greater Noida and the Yamuna Expressway zone.

Under DMIC, one investment region and one industrial area are to be
developed in UP.

Greater Noida Industrial Development Authority (GNIDA) and UP State
Industrial Development Corporation Ltd (UPSIDC) are the nodal agencies
for Dadri-NOIDA-Ghaziabad investment region and Meerut-Muzaffarnagar
industrial area, respectively.

According to the industry department, Greater Noida will be the first
node and gateway of this project.

Eleven projects have been identified (early bird project) by Greater
Noida Authority in the Dadri-NOIDA-Ghaziabad investment region under

Early bird projects include development of Bodaki railway station,
metro rail (NOIDA-Greater Noida-Jewar), Dadri-Tughlakabad-Ballabhgarh
railway line, NOIDA-Greater Noida-Faridabad Expressway, rail link to
proposed international airport at Jewar from the towns of National
Capital Region (NCR), development of city-centre in NOIDA sector-32,
multi-level car parking, NOIDA auto-mart, establishment of power plant
and development of Taj International Aviation Hub.

As mandated by the government, Greater Noida Development Authority
(GNDA) will identify three early bird projects in the first phase and
ensure implementation of DMIC project both at state and central

To accelerate the projects, the government has authorised the Greater
Noida CEO to approve and sign the draft memorandum of understanding
(MoU) for identified early bird projects.

The CEO has the responsibility of identification of early bird
project, preparation of development plan after project feasibility
study and selection of consultants.

The CEO will prepare master plan for the projects and implement them
on the basis of public private partnership (PPP) through competitive
bidding. Measures will be taken to market the projects and attract
investment at national and international levels.

Funds required for the implementation of identified projects will be
arranged by Greater Noida and DMIC Development Corporation from their
own resources.


Dec 28, 2009, 11:49:45 AM12/28/09
Hi Arnab

Here is the full story.

The Delhi Mumbai Industrial Corridor (DMIC) project influence area spans

almost 12 per cent of the geographical area in Uttar Pradesh.

Best Regards

+91 98100 44955

Arnab M

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Dec 28, 2009, 11:52:48 AM12/28/09
Thanks for the article. Yes we have read it, in this forum few months
back. There has been some followup by GNIDA/YEA team visited Japan
last month. The outcome of that meeting, was quite promising.
Traditional manufacturing sector is best suited for this place.

Here is the aricle of Japanese PM's visit to India:

Japanese Prime Minister brings fraternity, meets friends in Mumbai
Published on : Monday 28 Dec 2009 18:16 - by ANI

Mumbai, Dec.28 : Japanese Prime Minister Yukio Hatoyama's visit to
India provides the country an opportunity to build firm relations with
that country as Japan under his leadership has spoken of India as a
pillar of the proposed relationship between India, Japan and leading
Asian countries.

Yukio Hatoyama is known as a man with a vision and heart, who is
looked upon by people to bring about an era of change. He is
considered to be a leader, who will bring prosperity not only in Japan
but throughout Asia and the world at large.

On Monday, Prime Minister Hatoyama had a meeting with his long time
friend from India, Vibhav Kant Upadhyay, the Chairman of the India
Centre Foundation (ICF).

Upadhyay has been instrumental in securing the support of the Japanese
PM, particularly after the Post-Pokharan sanctions and on many
important issues concerning India during last several years, when he
was the Leader of Opposition in Japanese Parliament.

Vibhav had convinced and persuaded Mr. Hatoyama to visit India and
express solidarity with the country at the critical juncture, when
India faced the most serious terror attack on its democracy. PM
Hatoyama also acknowledged the role played by Vibhav in
conceptualizing the Delhi-Mumbai Industrial Corridor (DMIC) and
persuading the leadership of both Japan and India in making this dream
a reality.

On this occasion in the true spirit of UI, PM Hatoyama met Mukesh
Ambani, CMD of Reliance Industries and both discussed the various
aspects of collaboration between India and Japan, during this meeting.
Mr. Ambani has been one of the supporters of Indian Centre Foundation
initiatives to bring India and Japan closer. The Japanese PM also met
Rajesh V Shah Chairman of the Mukund group.

During the meeting PM Hatoyama expressed his support for the
forthcoming India-Japan global partnership forum 2010. India-Japan
Global Partnership Forum 2010 is an initiative by India Centre and
Vibhav. This forum and events likes these are very important for
further strengthening of relations between the two countries, said Mr
Hatoyama, adding that his government extends full support to this
initiative since such initiatives necessarily need the support of the
government to achieve the desired goals.

This India-Japan Forum assumes significance on account of the fact
that it commemorates the 10th anniversary of India-Japan global
partnership agreement. The forum is expected to garner participation
of at least 2000 people each from both India and Japan hailing from
various walks of life including industry, policy, culture and
education etc.

Prime Minister Yukio Hatoyama is scheduled to meet top business
leaders and policy makers in Mumbai and Delhi. He will also have a
meeting with members of chamber of Commerce and Industries in Mumbai.

The Japanese Prime Minister is scheduled to sign an agreement to
create a Project Development Fund between Delhi-Mumbai Industrial
Corridor Development Corporation (DMICDC) and Japan International
Cooperation Agency (JICA) worth one thousand crores aimed to create 24
industrial nodes.Another agreement is to be signed between DMICDC and
Japan External Trade Organization to create eco-friendly townships
along the Delhi-Mumbai corridor. Earlier at the start of his tour to
India, PM Hatoyama on Sunday paid homage to the victims of the 26/11
Mumbai terror attacks. Hatoyama stayed in the Mumbais Taj Hotel
expressing his solidarity with Indian people making a strong statement
against terrorism.

Copyright Asian News International (ANI),japanese-prime-minister-brings-fraternity-meets-friends-mumbai.html


jitendra bhatia

Dec 28, 2009, 11:03:40 PM12/28/09
DMIC project influence spans 12% area of UP

Virendra Singh Rawat / New Delhi/ Lucknow August 18, 2009, 0:01 IST

The Delhi Mumbai Industrial Corridor (DMIC) project influence area

spans almost 12 per cent of the geographical area in Uttar Pradesh.


With Regards

raj yadav

Dec 29, 2009, 9:08:48 AM12/29/09
I have some details regarding Early Bird Project from Japan Side where
Greater NOIDA comes into Picture is

Free Trade Warehousing Zone (FTWZ) Project
􀂾 Proposed to be located in Greater NOIDA, UP
􀂾 Project organizer is M/s MITSUI & Co. Ltd.
􀂾 Development of global standard Logistics Platform connecting DFC
􀂾 Draft MoU between GNIDA and MITSUI sent to State Government for
􀂾 Land selected and awaiting approval of State Government

raj yadav

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Dec 30, 2009, 11:10:04 PM12/30/09

Japan, India ink pact for DMIC project
29 Dec 2009, 0028 hrs IST, ET Bureau

NEW DELHI: India and Japan signed two important agreements on Monday
for implementing the ambitious Rs 3,60,000 crore Delhi-Mumbai
Corridor (DMIC) project which seeks to create integrated investment
regions and industrial areas across six states.

The agreements include collaborating in the development of eco cities
that are environmentally and ecologically sustainable along the
corridor and setting up of a project development fund to undertake
activities like master planning & feasibility studies, preparing
project reports and obtaining approvals and bid process management for

Bidding for the ‘early-bird’ projects — around twenty four identified
by five states — is likely to begin in five months time, a government
official has said.

“DMIC is an important project and Japan has been an important partner
in India’s development journey,” commerce and industry minister Anand
Sharma said after the agreements were signed.

The Delhi Mumbai Industrial Corridor Development Co-operation signed a
memorandum of understanding with JETRO (in co-operation with Japan
Bank for International Co-operation) for facilitating collaboration
between Japanese and Indian companies from environment related sectors
and providing expertise in development and promotion of DMIC projects
including model eco cities or smart community initiatives at various
locations in the DMIC region.

The DMIC project development fund will be set up with equal
contribution from the government of Indian and government of Japan.
India has already approved a grant of Rs 330 crore (approximately $75
million) as the country’s contribution.

The Japanese component of $75 million is being provided in the form of
an untied loan from JBIC.
According to DMICDC CEO and MD Amitabh Kant, bidding for the early
bird projects will begin in the next four-five months. Most of the
infrastructure work connected to the industrial corridor will be
executed in public-private partnership (PPP) format.

The DMIC, which is conceived to be developed as a global manufacturing
and trading hub with emphasis on expanding the manufacturing and
services base, will pass through Delhi, Rajasthan, Uttar Pradesh and
Maharashtra, Haryana and Gujarat.


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Dec 30, 2009, 11:23:01 PM12/30/09
My Question is: WHERE IS UTTAR PRADESH in the picture ?????
It says:"Jawaharlal Nehru Terminal in Mumbai to Tughlakabad in Delhi
via Maharashtra, Haryana, Rajasthan and Gujarat."
"first phase of the project from Rewari in Haryana and Vadodara in
Gujarat "
Read the following news;
Arnab M
All Izz Well !!!!
India, Japan agree to implement Phase-I of DFC next year
29 Dec 2009, 1841 hrs IST, PTI

NEW DELHI: India and Japan on Tuesday decided to work out all
logistical and funding issues related to the western Dedicated Rail
Corridor with an aim of implementing its first phase next year.

A joint statement issued after talks between Prime Minister Manmohan
Singh and his Japanese counterpart Yukio Hatoyama, said the two
leaders will work together for conclusion of the agreement for the
main loan for the first phase by March 2010.

The main loan amount for the 900-km long first phase of the project
from Rewari in Haryana and Vadodara in Gujarat is Rs 17,700 crore,
mainly from Japan.

"Both sides will strive for early finalisation of a funding and
implementation schedule for the whole western corridor (that covers a
distance of 1,483 km from Jawaharlal Nehru Terminal in Mumbai to
Tughlakabad in Delhi via Maharashtra, Haryana, Rajasthan and Gujarat.)

"We have decided to finalise all details for phase I within the next
few months, so that actual implementation can begin in 2010 itself,"
Singh said.

"We also endorsed the plan to take the Delhi-Mumbai Industrial
Corridor project forward," he said, adding both the projects will have
a significant positive impact on the Indian economy and on the scale
of economic cooperation with Japan.

The second phase would involve an investment of about Rs 8,424 crore.
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Dec 31, 2009, 5:08:24 AM12/31/09
Hi Arnab,
If you go to DMIC website there it has been mentioned that Maharastra
and UP have still to give final approval for land.
That why UP is not mentioned........ just wait for sometime. Once land
is notified then full picture will emerge.


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