May 28, 2009

Chennai High Speed Circular Corridors

Adyar Corridor [15.845 km]
Section I
Thiru-vi-ka Bridge (Km 0+000) to Nandambakkam Bridge (Km 11+100)
Along Souther bank of Adayar River
11.100 km

Section II
Nandambakkam Bridge (Km 11+100) to Chennai Bypass (Km 15+845)
Along Mount – Poonamalee Road
4.845 km

North Buckingham Canal Corridor [12.300 km]
Section I
Manali Oil Refinery Road (Km 0+000) to Basin Bridge (Km 8+400)
Along Western bank of Buckingham Canal
8.400 km

Section II
Basin Bridge (Km 8+400) to Central Station (Km 10+900)
Along Wall Tax Road
2.500 km

Section III
Central Station (Km 10+900) to Muthuswamy Bridge (Km 11+400)
Along Poonamalee High Road
0.500 km

Section IV
Muthuswamy Bridge (Km 11+400) to war Memorial (Km 12+300)
Along Flag Staff Road
0.900 km

Central Buckingham Canal Corridor [2.860 km]
Swami Sivananda Salai (Km 0+000) to Radhakrishna Salai (Km 2+860)
Along Western bank of Buckingham Canal

Connectivity Between Adayar and Buckingham Canal Corridor

Road Corridor
Radhakrishna Salai to Thiru-vi-ka Bride
5.140 km

Tunnel Corridor [Recommended]
Bharathi Salai (Km 0+000) to Adayar South Bank (6+150)
6.150 km

Mambalam Canal Corridor [5 km]
Adayar River (Km 0+000) to G.N Chetty Road (Km 5+000)
Along Mambalam Canal
5 km

Inner Ring Road Corridor [5.95 km]
Jafferkhanpet Bridge (Km 0+000) to Koyambedu (Km 5+950)
Along Inner Ring Road (IRR)
5.950 km

May 26, 2009

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May 23, 2009

chennai metro work started

Chennai metro rail project is a prestigious project to be taken by delhi metro rail corporation for chennai city to reduce the traffic congestion and remove approximately 60 lakhs commuters from the road.
According to the Detailed project report submitted by the DMRC, there are two lines planned:

Line 1: Washermanpet - Mannadi - Chennai Fort - Chennai Central - Chennai Egmore - Thousand Lights - Gemini flyover - Teynampet - Nandanam - Saidapet - Little Mount - Guindy - Alandur - Meenambakkam - Chennai International Airport
Length: 23.2km (11km underground)

Line 2: Chennai Fort - Chennai Central - Vepery - Shenoy Nagar - Anna Nagar - Thirumangalam - Arumbakkam - CMBT - Vadapalani - Ashok Nagar - KK Nagar - Guindy Estate - Alandur - St Thomas Mount
Length: 23.3km (9km underground)

Stations will be placed at an average distance of 1.25km on both the lines.

May 19, 2009

Prabhakaran's body found - Army Chief

Commander of Sri Lanka Army General Sarath Fonseka has confirmed that the body of V.Prabhakaran, psychopathic leader of world's most barbaric terrorist outfit Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam (LTTE) has been found short while ago (May 19). According to the defence sources, the LTTE leader who has ordered thousands of Tamil youth to give up their lives for him has tried to save his life until the last moment.

Troops of 53 Division commanded by Major General Kamal Goonarathne, have found the bullet ridden body of the terrorist leader lying on the bank of the Nanthikadal lagoon.

Ironically, Interpol wanted terrorist K. Padmanathan alias KP this morning told pro LTTE media that the LTTE leader was safe and sound. With the news appeared on media, thousands of Tamil civilians living in Colombo capital joined celebrations of the security forces' victory saying that the curse placed on the Tamil nation has finally removed.

May 18, 2009

LTTE terrorists abandon their chief's son; body found

Sri Lanka Army special forces soldiers have found a body suspected to be of Charles Anthony, the elder son of LTTE chief V. Prabhakaran in the Karayamullavaikkal area this morning (May 18).

According to the defence sources in the battlefront, the body was found after an unsuccessful and half-hearted attempt by the LTTE cadres to evacuate their leader's son early this morning.

Charles Anthony was known to be the head of Information and Technology department of the LTTE. It is said that the LTTE leader was compelled to recruit his son to the outfit to avoid criticism over his hypocrisy. The LTTE leader was often criticised for sending thousands of child soldiers to war while giving a luxurious life and best of education to his own children. Charles Anthony was given a very senior position in the outfit after establishing a special non-fighting unit for him.

According to latest battlefield reports received, Army elites are now continuing the final mop-up operations at the last 100m x100m LTTE foothold, North of Vellamullivaikkal.
sources:Srilanka defence

Tamil Tigers supreme commander Prabhakaran 'shot dead'

The leader of Sri Lanka's Tamil Tiger rebels, Velupillai Prabhakaran, has been killed along with his son and other Tiger commanders, according to reports.

Prabhakaran was ambushed and shot dead while trying to flee government troops as special forces closed in on the last rebel fortifications, it was reported today.

However that account of events was disputed by a military spokesman who said that there had been no identification of Prabhakaran as yet.

The Sri Lankan army killed a number of other senior Tamil Tiger commanders as fighting continued to rage despite the Tigers' weekend admission of defeat.
Brigadier Udaya Nanayakkara, a military spokesman, told The Times that commando units and other crack government troops were trading machine gun fire with “a couple of hundred” of Tiger fighters hunkered down in fortified bunkers, thought to include several senior rebel leaders.

The conflict area had been reduced to a patch of land just 100 metres by 100 metres, he added. Tens of thousands of civilians who had been caught in the crossfire were finally allowed to flee to freedom over the weekend.

A senior defence official said Prabhakaran had been killed while trying to flee the area in an ambulance with two close aides.

"He was killed with two others inside the vehicle," the official told AFP.

The government said that they had found the body of Prabhakaran's 24 year old son Charles Anthony, the heir apparent of the Tigers’ leadership.

The head of the rebels’ political wing, Balasingham Nadesan, the head of the Tigers' defunct peace secretariat, Seevaratnam Puleedevan, and their eastern leader, S. Ramesh were also said to be among the dead.

Independent verification of the situation is all but impossible as journalists are not being allowed near the conflict zone. The International Committee of the Red Cross, the only neutral organisation allowed access, told The Times that it had lost contact with its 25 staff members on the battlefield yesterday morning.

In Colombo protesters burned an effigy of David Miliband, the Foreign Secretary, outside the British High Commission today.

Many Sri Lankans believe that the West has supported the Tamil Tiger cause by criticising the Army’s offensive against the rebels and the Government’s refusal to call a ceasefire to allow civilians to escape.

Britain said yesterday that it would give another £5m in aid to Sri Lanka "It is vital that the Sri Lankan government and the Tamil Tigers allow international agencies immediate access to the thousands of people driven from their homes by the fighting, Douglas Alexander, the International Development Secretary, said.

At his height Prabhakaran built the Tigers into arguably the most effective terrorist organisation in the world. He pioneered the use of suicide bombers, plotted the assasination of Rajiv Gandhi, the Indian Prime Minister, and at one time commanded about a third of Sri Lanka as he strove to build a separate Tamil state in the north of the country.

His campaign for an ethnic Tamil homeland, which he said would free the ethnic minority from the oppression of Sri Lanka’s Sinhalese Buddhist majority, cost more than 70,000 lives over 26 years.

The continuation of fighting today cast doubt on a dramatic statement made by the Tigers’ chief of international relations yesterday, which appeared to indicate that the rebels were surrendering.

Selvarasa Pathmanathan, who is thought to be hiding in Malaysia, said in a statement published on the Tamilnet website that the Tigers’ fight for an ethnic homeland had reached its "bitter end".

He added: "We have decided to silence our guns …Our only regrets are for the lives lost and that we could not hold out for longer."

Pathmanathan yesterday said that Prabhakaran, who has lived underground since 1972, was still alive, along with 2,000 fighters.

Pro-Government newspapers in Sri Lanka today likened the defeat of the Tigers to the feat of landing a man on the moon. Mahinda Rajapaksa, the country’s president, is expected to give a proclamation of victory in Parliament today or tomorrow.

But many are asking at what cost the Tigers, who are designated as a terrorist organisation by more than 30 countries, including the UK, have been vanquished.

A UN spokesman said yesterday that the organisation was “scrambling” to supply aid for an estimated 300,000 civilians displaced by the conflict in recent weeks.

Citing the poor physical condition of 130,000 people who escaped the conflict zone in mid-April, UN officials said that many of those who fled at the weekend would require urgent medical attention for battlefield injuries and malnutrition. The army says that only a few need hospital care.

Meanwhile, attitudes among ordinary Sri Lankans to the conflict’s bloody climax are divided.

Among some Sinhalese in Colombo, the capital, where government workers had spent yesterday morning decking the streets in bunting and national flags, the mood was jubilant.

“It is a great day for our President,” said W. S. C. Bandula, 40, a driver. “The war is over. We can look forward to better lives, better security, a better economy.”

Others were less sure.

“Some of my friends believe the suffering is worth it to beat the terrorists. But I can’t feel any happiness when there has been so much bloodshed,” said Marisa, 27, a Sinhalese office worker.

There are now calls for a political solution to the conflict amid fears that Tiger sleeper cells may be preparing a wave of suicide attacks in the south of the country. Mano Ganesan, a prominent Tamil MP and human rights activist, told The Times: “The war is won but the political conditions [underpinning] Tamil militancy remain undefeated.”


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