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Odisha government approved three projects envisaging investment of Rs 1,640 crore

Bhubaneswar: 24/11/17The Odisha government on Friday approved three projects envisaging investment of Rs 1,640 crore with an employment potential of around 7,900 jobs.

The proposals of Gitanjali Infratech Ltd, Jindal Stainless Steel Ltd and Welspun Odisha Steel Pvt Ltd for setting up industrial parks were approved in a meeting chaired by Chief Secretary A.P. Padhi.

The Detailed Project Report (DPR) of Gitanjali Infratech for setting up a 100-acre gems, jewellery, lifestyle and luxury goods park in Ramdaspur of Baranga tahsil in Cuttack district, at an investment of Rs 636 crore, was accorded final approval.

The project, which envisages to create employment opportunity for around 1,600 persons, will include processing technologies for cutting and polishing of diamonds, precious and semi-precious stones, manufacturing of gold, silver, platinum and imitation jewellery, said a release.

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