As per a G.O, maintenance charge will be collected from the residents to improve infrastructure facilities and to carry out routine water and electricity maintenance work.
Rains are back, at least for the moment, and so are the potholed roads with yawning gaps. This is giving anxious moments to the motorists in the city.
In an interview to Express on Wednesday, Rathi said that the investment will increase depending upon how the demand picks up for the data centre.
Ravichandran Selvaraj, MD, Gradiant India told Express that the plant would treat one lakh litres of waste water per day and of which 80 to 90 per cent will be turned to fresh water.
National and international companies including Yotta, Princeton Digital, ST Telemedia, Netmagic and Adaniare are in the process of setting up their data centers in Chennai.
He also submitted that in the wee hours of November 5, 2013, in the pretext of calling for an enquiry over the land grabbing case, George Millar, had pulled him by his shirt to the station.