Image Courtesy: Incat CrowtherIn today’s spotted we present you Shi Zi Yang 7, a 40-meter catamaran passenger ferry which has been launched in Hong Kong.To be operated by Sea’s Young in Hong Kong, the ship was constructed by shipbuilder Wang Tak.The 199-passenger ferry was designed by naval architect Incat Crowther.“The design of the vessel focuses on an efficient hull form. An effectively laid out deck plan keeps superstructure to a minimum, with hull cross structure eliminated where not required,” Incat Crowther said.Powered by a pair of MTU 12V2000 M72 main engines, Shi Zi Yang 7 can achieve a speed of up to 32 knots.
Kolkata: The state Transport minister, Suvendu Adhikari, who is also the chairman of Haldia Development Authority, felt the necessity of giving a separate identity to Haldia Dock Complex as Haldia Port Trust. Adhikari was speaking at a programme organised by the Merchants’ Chamber of Commerce and Industry (MCCI) based on Destination Haldia Forum 2018 – “Spearheading Sustainable & Inclusive Growth”. The programme was held at Satish Samanta Trade Centre Auditorium in Haldia. Also Read – Heavy rain hits traffic, flightsAdhikari inaugurated the second seminar on Haldia. G Senthilvel, Deputy Chairman of Haldia Dock Complex, V Solomon Nesakumar, Superintendent of Police of East Midnapore were present in the seminar. Adhikari said the Haldia Dock Complex should be separated from Kolkata Port Trust and be given a separate identity in the name of Haldia Port Trust. It may be mentioned that Haldia Dock Complex is a profit earning entity and it plays a major role in maintaining the economy of the area. Also Read – Speeding Jaguar crashes into Merc, 2 B’deshi bystanders killedHighlighting the key areas that keeps Haldia ahead as a business destination, Adhikari has invited the business community to invest in Haldia for further development. The state transport minister said: “There is enough growth potential of Haldia and more than Rs 50,000 crore has been invested by private investors.” “There is industry friendly atmosphere in Haldia, where strikes are not allowed and measures have been taken for ensuring industrial safety,” he added. Chairman of the Haldia Development Authority further stated that initiatives have been taken to set up a 50-bed trauma care centre. The initiative was taken considering safety of the people working in the area and also for the common people. Discussing about the facilities available in Haldia, Adhikari informed the gathering about the availability of 660 acres of land, where investment can be made. He also requested entrepreneurs to come forward with CSR activities for beautification and making the township clean and green. After the inaugural session, there were two other sessions: “Growth Churners for Haldia: Oil, Petrochemicals, Downstream Industries & MSMEs” and “Smart City of Haldia: Education, Health & Services Sector”. According to the entrepreneurs present in the seminar, the seminar will help in attracting business in the area. It may be recalled that Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee had earlier directed to take necessary steps to ensure an overall development of East Midnapore district and emphasised on making necessary infrastructure so that enterprenuers face no inconvenience to invest.
The Junkyard Cafe, as the name suggests, has a lot of junk recycled and incorporated in the theme. How junk can be utilised in the most beautiful way, is something that the café chain has mastered very well. Junkyard Cafe is a luxurious and spacious cafe that derives its inspiration from Junkyard, a yard used to store Junk. How Junk can be utilised, and that too in the most beautiful way is quite evident in Umang Tiwari’s Junkyard. Junkyard Cafe is one of those places in India which are concept driven. It brings out the Raw Junk world which is grungy, contemporary and at the same time very exclusive. Also Read – Add new books to your shelfThere are a lot of further innovations here, the most exciting is the Wall dedicated to Michael Jackson with his art work made with Junk, again. Right from the first of its kind interiors and art installations which are made using junk materials like tyres, barrels, parts of car and trucks, to old radios, TVs, chipped board furniture, beer bottles and old junky speakers, all these elements gives The Junkyard cafe, a junkyard look in every possible manner. Also Read – Over 2 hours screen time daily will make your kids impulsive”The USP’s does not end here. We bring the food menu which is an ode to all health conscious people who like to indulge in nutritious meals. We believe that entertainment should be guilt free”, states Mr Umang Tewari. “The offerings would be nutritious, healthy and at the same are priced very reasonably. It’s also for those who enjoy keeping it casual while satiating on a good meal in funky environment”, he added. Music will also have another level here and as Mr Umang Tewari states ” I am planning to rope in biggest artists from across the world, so The Junkyard café will be the place for all Music lovers. My product which is on the constant stage of evolving is not only in Delhi, but has also been launched recently in Mumbai and are also working to launch more in 3 of the most promising locations of Mumbai”.