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Old August 22nd, 2017, 09:25 AM   #4441
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And both Pinarayi Vijayan and Nitin Gadkari are appreciating the work done by each other.
At-least party followers should follow them in the case of development.
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Old August 22nd, 2017, 10:02 AM   #4442
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Old August 24th, 2017, 06:56 PM   #4443
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matteo said it ironically. It is reality that we can say that we will 6 line roads , easily. But when will it be materialized at least a four line road through out kerala ? Even the 6line high way of 30km between mannuthy and vadakkunchery was dragged. many parts of kerala , there wont have a sufficient four line road. still people are thinking about 6 line highway. But at the same time people are not ready to give their land . so everyone should understand the reality instead of making paper projects please.
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Old August 28th, 2017, 04:58 PM   #4444
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Superfast ships to link major ports in Kerala

THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: The state government will soon launch super fast ship service connecting the important ports in the state. The services on the anvil are: Kovalam-Kanyakumar, Kochi-Thiruvananthapuram, and Kochi-Kozhikode. Wharfs and passenger terminals have already been constructed in Beypore and Vizhinjam ports. The project is mainly to service tourists. This was announced in the Assembly on Monday by minister for ports Ramachandran Kadannappally. The necessary infrastructure will be created in Beypore, Vizhinjam, Kollam and Kochi ports. “The super fast ship service can be operationalised with the existing facilities,” the minister said.

The basic infrastructure requirement for the super fast water transport includes a wharf and passenger terminal for passengers to embark and disembark. "Such facilities are available in Beypore and Vizhinjam," the minsiter said. In fact, big cruise liners call on Vizhinjam port annually though they are anchored few meters off-shore. The construction of a passenger terminal is presently on at Kollam. Mr Kadannappally also said that the government had decided to construct floating jetties in Kozhikode, Kochi and Thiruvananthapuram.

A floating jetty is a platform or ramp supported by pontoons or floating devices. It is usually joined to the shore with a gangway. The minister said that the testing of foreign-made hydrofoils that would ply along Kochi and Kozhikode was in its last leg. Last March, the then Chief Minister Oommen Chandy had announced that the Kochi-Kozhikode service would begin before Onam. Official sources said 130-seater air-conditioned double-engine ships would be used for the services that would, however, be restricted to daytime. To-and-fro daily services will be offered, and the cruise will take on an average four-and-a-half hours. The ship will have all modern facilities, including pantry, and entertainment facilities. It can cruise at a speed of 30 to 40 knots (one nautical mile is 1.852 km).

Tourists will find the ferry service more convenient as a trip by road will take at least six hours.


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Old August 28th, 2017, 09:34 PM   #4445
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Markaz Knowledge City - Calicut

Spread over 125 acres of lush greenery, the Markaz Knowledge City is one of the enormous projects in South India, located at Kaithapoyil, just 40 Kms from Calicut City. Markaz Knowledge City is conceived as an Integrated Township providing infrastructure for high class Academic Institutions, Residential facilities, Health & Hospitality facilities, Recreation & Leisure facilities and Commercial facilities intended to promote the city as a centre of international excellence - An Integrated Township for LEARNING, LIVING & LEISURE.

The CITY concept is developed by integrating the very core aspects of life ‘Learn, Work, Live, & Leisure. This is a city where children can walk to school, people can walk to their office and business establishments enjoy the most modern commercial comforts. Further defined as “A town where people could live and work in a pleasant environment and take pride in their surroundings. The Markaz Knowledge City is essentially intended as a sustainable development on a long term basis, which can evolve over a period of time and in a phased manner to become one of the finest learning centers acrossthe world. Provision of quality social infrastructure in the form of residential facilities for students and faculty, schools, health centers, leisure facilities and other amenities of importance is intended to attract good quality living at Markaz Knowledge City.The Markaz City thus has been further categorized in to:

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Work In Progress - MKC Apartments - Tower 2 and Tower 3

Tower 2 - MKC Apartments Landmark Village





12 Mtr wide road inside the Apartment Zone



Tower 2 & Tower 3 - MKC Apartments Landmark Village





Tower 3 - MKC Apartments Landmark Village


Tower 3 rear view - MKC Apartments Landmark Village




Tower 3 Individual villament courtyard- MKC Apartments Landmark Village


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Old August 30th, 2017, 09:00 PM   #4446
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Old August 31st, 2017, 07:46 AM   #4447
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These Indian cities have become the new favourable business destinations
Sanghamitra Kar | ETtech | Updated: August 29, 2017, 08:43 IST


According to a recent report by EY, more consumers and more purchasing power is emerging beyond the metros, particularly in tier II/III cities.




[https://etimg]It's the season in the sun for tier-II and tier-III cities as many companies are eyeing the space in search of continued growth. These cities, once at the bottom of the pile, are seeing a spurt in investor activity.

In the last one year alone, relocation companies have seen a significant spike in demand across cities including Hyderabad, Chennai, Pune along with tier II cities like Cochin, Trivandrum, Ahmedabad, Coimbatore, Vizag, Baroda, Indore, Lucknow, Chandigarh have likely become the new favourable destinations for companies from across sectors.

Ramesh Agarwal, MD of Agarwal packers and movers notes that the company had seen a 15% growth from non-metro cities vs 8% from metros in the last financial year. “Coimbatore, Patna, Bhubaneshwar have been some of the few cities and surprisingly Agartala from North-East is also among the top.” He notes that growth in the metros have stagnated whereas non-metros are seeing huge demand.

He adds that millenials today are careerists and are not hesitant to settle in new cities with jobs that offer better remuneration. Agarwal adds that 80% of the age-group that corporate relocate is between 40-43 with the majority being males.

Rahul Pillai, CEO of Delhi-based Interem Relocations, explains, “Lower cost in real estate is one major advantage in these. Unlike in metros like Bengaluru or Mumbai which are quite expensive these days, setting up offices in these cities is relatively quite reasonable.” Office rentals in Delhi and Mumbai are approximately four to ten times higher than in tier II, III cities, and housing is two to three times costlier.
Pillai notes that availability of talent pool with cheaper costs is another advantage in these cities.

Swapnil Bhatnagar, an analyst who tracks tier II and III markets in IDC, says that apart from costs of construction and development any business looks out for the city with the right talent and infrastructure of the city or location becomes crucial.

He also notes that with many educational institutes coming up in tier II cities, availability of talent has become easier. “There is now a workforce which can be trained locally by these organizations.” He adds, “The demands across these cities have also been on the rise along with the economic spends which is leading to the growth of various organizations.”

Shivani Agarwal, COO of Formula Group says that many foreign organizations are now setting up their offices in these cities. “These cities are either more comfortable for living conditions, business conditions, resources availability as required by the foreign companies.”

According to a recent report by EY, more consumers and more purchasing power is emerging beyond the metros, particularly in tier II/III cities. Media consumption has also matured in these markets, and penetration of mediums like print, DTH and radio can even be higher than in metros.

Though these cities will be at the forefront in the coming year, metro cities will not stop growing but will keep expanding with newer areas become the developmental centre,” adds Bhatnagar.
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Old September 1st, 2017, 10:25 AM   #4448
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Old September 4th, 2017, 04:25 PM   #4449
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Old September 6th, 2017, 02:54 PM   #4450
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Old September 13th, 2017, 07:53 AM   #4451
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Old September 13th, 2017, 09:52 AM   #4452
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Light Metro V/S Maglev Cobra.

Brazil is conducting trial runs for Maglev-Cobra an urban transportation solution using HTS super conductors and permanent magnets. It's a magnetic levitated vehicle with multiple short units allowing curves of 30 meters radius, ramps of 15℅ and velocity up to 70 km/h. When these short are connected the vehicle resembles a snake or Cobra.
The vehicle seems far more superior in terms of technology, construction costs will be lower, reduced energy consumption, reduced CO2 emissions, reduced noice etc.

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Old September 21st, 2017, 11:21 AM   #4454
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