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Modi wants to develop Dholera SIR on lines of Kobe
On the last day of his four-day visit to land of the rising sun, Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi has expressed desire to develop Dholera SIR (Special Investment Region) as a model port city on line of Kobe city in Japan.

During his four-day visit, Modi also met Osamu Suzuki, chairman and CEO of Suzuki Motor Corporation. His meeting with Suzuki chief assumed significance in wake of media reports that Modi was planning to woo the car maker to shift plant to Gujarat following labour unrest at is manufacturing facility in Manesar, Haryana.

Maruti Suzuki India has signed a state support agreement (SSA) with the Gujarat government for purchase of land near Mehsana and plans to invest Rs 4,000 crore in the first phase to set up a 250,000 units per annum plant by 2015-16. Modi also had visited Suzuki's auto plant in Hamamatsu.

"Gujarat’s similarities and close relations with Kobe is not limited to disaster management but also in several development projects, in new frontiers. It included setting up a Disaster Management Museum and developing a Model City on the lines of Kobe in the state," Modi, who returned from Japan on Friday late night said.

He said this at farewell given to him and high-level delegation accompanying him by Kobe-Hyogo province Governor Toshizo Ido, a state government release said.

The chief minister drew similarity between Kobe and Dholera in Gujarat and said that both the regions were devastated by the earthquake. Kobe port was established in 812 AD, while Dholera is also an ancient port in the Gulf of Cambay with history of trade with Eurasian countries, the release said.

Earlier in the day Modi took an hour ride in the bay area to acquaint himself with the working of Kobe port which is known for rising from the debris within two years after disastrous earthquake in 1995.

Modi said that his government proposes to stretch the Delhi-Mumbai Industrial Corridor (DMIC) as 'Coastal Corridor', extending it from Ahmedabad to Dholera and Bhavnagar, up to Kalpsar a dam-cum-tidal power project in Gulf of Cambay.

He further said the Gujarat could do wonders by combining Japan's technology and discipline with state's entrepreneurial skills in developing projects like the DMIC, and Asia’s biggest auto hub near Ahmedabad, the release said.

At the farewell function Kobe-Hyogo province Governor Toshizo Ido assured complete cooperation to Modi's plan for disaster management museum and developing a model port city on the lines of Kobe.

The Kobe-Hyogo province had extended its assistance to the quake-hit Kutch district of Gujarat in 2001 and helped build a school and boarding at Bhachau.

Overwhelmed by the warm reception in Japan, Modi said that his visit would serve as value addition to the cordial relation between Gujarat and Japan, and hoped that it would open new avenues of cooperation between the two.

"With this visit to Japan begins a new chapter of mutual trust," Modi said. During his four-day visit Modi met over 2,000 top officials of various organizations, and seven ministers of Japan government.

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PTI Jan 8, 2013 
Dholera will be better developed than Delhi: Narendra Modi 
AHMEDABAD: Stressing the need for developing urban and rural areas simultaneously, Gujarat Chief 
Minister Narendra Modi today said that port city of Dholera will be developed better than Delhi and six 
times bigger than China's financial capital Shanghai. 
"Dholera will be developed better than Delhi and six times bigger than Shanghai", Modi said at the 
end of a panel discussion on "rurbanisation", organised as a part of a series of programmes heralding 
the Vibrant Gujarat Global Investors Summit. 

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International Air port to serve Ahmedabad-Dholera SIR

The existing airport of Ahmedabad has emerged as one with highest annual growth in traffic and will get saturated much before the year 2020. The expansion of Ahmedabad airport is difficult due to various reasons. Under the circumstances, a new international airport is required to cater the future traffic.

While assessing the potential and requirements of the Dholera SIR, Government envisaged a tremendous need for a Greenfield International Airport in its vicinity. The level of economic activities in the SIR backed by enormous domestic and foreign investment shall need a world class modern International Airport in this region. Therefore state has included the development of an International Airport in the list of “Early Bird Projects” in consultation with Department of Industrial Promotion and Policy. GoG has also signed an MoU with the Delhi Metro Industrial Corridor Development Company in this regard.

The state Government identified the location for the proposed Airport and has earmarked the land. A parcel of Government land admeasuring approximately 1700 hectors has been reserved in the triangle of village Pachham-Valinda-Pipli of Taluka Dhandhuka Dist Ahmedabad in the name of Gujarat Industrial Corridor Company Ltd (GICC), which would work as a project development agency for DMIC. The site is about 80 kms from Ahmedabad and around 20 kms from Dholera SIR. In addition to the SIR and Ahmedabad city, this location is also ideally placed vis-à-vis the cities like Nadiyad, Bhavnagar, Vadodara and Rajkot. The details of land made available for the said Air Port is shown in the table below:

Govt. waste land at Valinda-Paccham-Pipli of Dhandhuka taluka in Ahmedabad district:

Sr. No. Village Name Taluka Name Survey Number In Hactars Distance in km from Ahmedabad
1 PIPLI Dhandhuka 22 793.62 85
2 PACCHAM Dhandhuka 21 629.84 90
3 VALINDA Dhandhuka 03 266.76 87
Total 1690.22

Since Airport is a central subject, state has follow up with the Government of India for obtaSince Airport is a central subject, state has follow up with the Government of India for obtaining necessary approvals. Hon Chief Minister vide his letter dated September 9, 2008 forwarded a proposal to Hon Minister of Civil Aviation, Government of India for setting up of proposed International Airport. Hon Minister of Civil Aviation, Government of India vide his letter dated 23rd September 2008 acknowledged the receipt of the letter.

GIDB has initiated the process for obtaining approvals from Government of India according to procedure laid down in latest Greenfield Airport Policy. They include: Clearance.

GIDB vide its letter dated 14/11/2008 to Ministry of Civil Aviation filed a Memorandum for Steering Committee for grant of site clearance.

2. Techno-Economic Feasibility Report.

GIDB vide its proposal dated 14/11/2008 requested Airport Authority of India to undertake Techno-Economic Feasibility Study. Subsequently, Airport Authority of India vide its letter dated 19/1/2009 informed GIDB that a team of AAI officers will visit the site shortly for the feasibility study. AAI requested GIDB to make payment of Rs, 3,42,151/- towards consultancy fee for carrying out the study.

3. GIDB has paid the consultancy fees to AAI and will fulfill other requirements of the AAI necessary for the feasibility study.

4. GIDB is actively providing the field data to AAI. AAI has planned the visit of proposed airport site as part of Techno-Economic Feasibility Study.

Dholera SIR : Enjoying full support of the State & Union Government...

Government of Gujarat committed to develop & invest
Government of India support early bird projects
Gujrat Government completes the first steps
Government of India supported in master planning
Government of India supports in International airport

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Dholera Flourishing Port of Gujarat Better Option for Investment in Future 
Dholera in Gujarat is a green flourishing port with a prosperous growth of trade and economy. The 
state government is planning for developing the Dholera city into Dholera SIR, a special investment 
region for future. It is the first investment region in Gujarat. Dholera SIR is the most beneficial 
project for the government of Gujarat in terms of economy and employment sections. The Dholera 
development is planned in the sectors of industries, warehouses, residential and non residential 
areas, which will create this region a bigger investment region in all round sectors. For such huge 
plan the government has decided the project to run under the capitalism of DMIC projects, which will 
make the Dholera city a global manufacturer and a huge trading hub. 
The main functionality of DMIC projects for this small port will be to create better environment for 
local industries, increase in invest in Dholera town, better improved quality of living, employment in 
the state, construct world class road and rail network and create a center of attention for worldwide 
investments. The main goal of these projects is to create employment in the state, better industrial 
output and largest export in these regions in the next 1825 days. 
Normally the vision of DMIC is to construct powerful economic root with competitive environment, 
enhance foreign investments and to create better infrastructures to communicate by the 
neighborhood regions. The DMIC is the abbreviation of Delhi Mumbai Industrial Corridor. 
Location and connectivity of Dholera city 
Dholera city is a port and a small town having 22 villages situated in Ahmedabad District of Gujarat. 
It is covered by water from the three sides. As it is under Ahmedabad city and nearby, gets an 
advantage for great investment in Dholera city. The development project of this city is spread in the 
area of 33,000 hectares. The Dholera city is located within 80 to 100 kilometers from Ahmedabad. 
Connectivity to the neighbourhoods  
The national highway no-8 connects Dholera city with Ahmedabad, Bhavnagar and Mumbai. It also 
has connectivity with national highway 8A towards Bagodra and linking Bagodra-Bhavnagar and 
Surendranagar and Radhanpur. 
As a part of Glowing Quadrilateral, the 500 kilometres Mumbai- Ahmedabad- Vadodara Exhibit way 
connects the location. 
To make areas far more assessable, an international airport and a port usually are recommended in 
this region. 
The port site is usually proposed being connected by means of route having Ahmedabad - 
Bhavnagar highway well away around 11 kilometers. Nearly 3, 057 hectares connected with 
Government land has been issued for your improvement connected with port site. 
 Rail interconnection has planned regarding Dholera, while nearby meter determine interconnection 
is usually Bhavnagar (34 km) and the nearby wide determine place is usually Tarapur (103 km). 
Dholera SIR is the first plan taking Gujarat to a bigger global investment region. Development work 
on Dholera Special investment region (SIR) with Gujarat will begin in a 12 months, an elderly 
established for this challenge said. The particular core government provides accepted Rs 3, 000 
crore to make simple structure intended for providing a fillip to the challenge. 

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French business delegation meets CM with a helping hand, eye on investments

A French business delegation of 14 companies met Chief Minister Narendra Modi and other state government officials in Gandhinagar on Tuesday to explore possibility for investments and business tie-ups in the areas like upcoming Dholera SIR (Special Investment Region) and the MEGA (Metro Link Express for Gandhinagar and Ahmedabad) project. The delegation was headed by France's Ambassador to India Francois Richier. 

The delegation gave some presentations to a team of state government officials, including Additional Chief Secretary Maheshwar Sahu, Additional Principal Secretary to Chief Minister A K Sharma, Secretary to Chief Minister Vijay Nehra, CEO of DSIRDA (Dholera Special Investment Region Development Authority) A D Chandnani and Gujarat's Principal Resident Commissioner at Delhi Bharat Lal in Gandhinagar in a two-hour meeting. 

"We would definitely want to share our expertise on how to develop the ecologically sensitive Dholera and help the state government develop the chunk as a green city. There is a huge opportunity to make it an eco-friendly city," Richier said. 

"The Gujarat government is looking forward to the French companies to invest in solar energy, help the state develop expertise in manufacturing export quality railway and transportation equipments, in areas like water treatment, solid waste management and traffic management," a source close to the development said. 

Richier also visited the Indo-French Cultural Centre (Alliance Francaise d' Ahmedabad) in the city and inaugurated the Heritage Centre in its premises on Monday evening. 
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