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L&T Metro Rail Hyderabad Limited is the Concessionaire for this Project.
They are responsible for construction, operation and maintenance of this Project which is built on PPP Basis.
Samsung Data Systems India, a subsidiary of South Korean firm Samsung, has been awarded the automatic fare collection system package for the L&T metro rail project.
The package involves design, manufacture, supply, installation, testing and commissioning of the system. They will be provided with amenities such as escalators and elevators to reach the stations, announcement boards, electronic display systems among others for passengers. Hyderabad metro stations will also have service roads underneath them to provide last mile connectivity by allowing other public transportation systems use it for dropping/picking passengers right in front of the stations and ensure uninterrupted traffic.
Simultaneously, the proposals for taking up the construction of MMTS Phase-II were also taken forward.
Like Delhi, Hyderabad's metro project is ambitious in scope and swift in execution.
Following a construction period of just five years, the first phase, comprising three lines totalling 71 km with 66 stations is expected to be completed in November 2018.
In the July-2010 rebidding process, Larsen & Toubro (L&T) emerged as the lowest bidder for the If the recent bill proposed in Parliament which allows construction within a 100 metre radius of heritage structures and sites of historical or archaeological importance is passed, Metro might receive a chance as it helps to connect the Old city with IT corridor.Begging is a criminal offence in India and can be punished by as much as 10 years in prison, although the law is rarely enforced. The beggars have been rounded up from traffic junctions, bus stations and railway stations and transported by van to the shelters, where they often find themselves separated from their family members.“We will complete the clearing of beggars from the city roads by the end of the month,” said V. They are being offered clean clothes, a shower and a bed.But they're also being fingerprinted before they're allowed to leave and told they could face jail time if they are found begging again.More than 20 percent of India's 1.3 billion people live on less than a day. Beggars tend to crowd around cars at traffic signals, knocking on windows and asking for food and money.