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Old November 23rd, 2008, 10:57 AM   #81
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IJM team tipped to win Kerala medical city job
Published: 2008/11/11

KOZHIKODE (Kerala): A consortium comprising IJM Bhd (3336) and Malaysia Allied Health Science Academy College (Mahsa) is tipped to develop a medical city in Kerala once the state government gives its nod.

The Kerala State Industrial Development Corporation and Malaysia's Construction Industry Development Board 9CIDB), both parties of the consortium, are engaged in serious talks to ink the agreement for the RM433 million (US$120 million) project in Kinalur in Kozhikode City.

"Through the CIDB, we signed the memorandum of agreement with the Kerala state government in September and hope to sign the final agreement any time soon.

"The estimated investment for the first phase is likely to surpass US$120 million and could be completed in three years' time.
"Malaysian companies have expressed interest to develop this project. This is a good opportunity for our country to export the expertise we have and develop our own technical knowledge," Works Minister Datuk Mohd Zin Mohamed, who visited the project site, said.

IJM will be the master builder while Mahsa will be involved in providing medical infrastructure.

The proposed integrated medical city, to be developed in four phases, will be built on a 110ha site in Kinalur, about 42km from Kozhikode or also known as Calicut - the third largest city in the southern state of Kerala.

A medical university, hospital, nursing scool, dental college and health centres comprising both traditional and modern medicine as well as pharmaceutical product manufacturers are being planned for the medical city.

The Malaysian consortium is also proposing to build a highway, cutting through Kinalur, which will slash the distance by half from the main city to the project site.

Once developed, it will easily create nearly 25,000 skilled and semi-skilled jobs for the locals, who rely heavily on agriculture.

After the visit, Kerala Public Works Minister Mons Joseph called on Mohd Zin for further discussions on the medical city project.

Speaking to reporters later, Joseph said Malaysian companies are keen to develop the project and the state government will hold further talks before finalising an agreement to kick off the mega undertaking which will transform the remote district into a satellite township. - Bernama

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Old November 23rd, 2008, 12:26 PM   #82
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Viva Kerala sporting a fresh and vibrant look these days
KOCHI: Around this time last year, there was much confusion in the Viva Kerala camp. Even a week before the premier National League, the I-League, the club couldn’t find a decent set of foreigners, couldn’t assign specific roles to players.

The foreigners who came were either too old or were carrying injuries. There were some very talented players but they were all decades past their prime.

There’s a fresh and vibrant look about the four-year-old professional club these days. The team is young, fit and fast and like its first two years is once again loaded with local players. And the two new foreigners who have just arrived, Guinean defender Sylla Mansa and midfielder Mohammed Conte, are young and enthusiastic too.

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Old November 23rd, 2008, 12:27 PM   #83
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Kerala explores healthcare pact with UAE

A visiting delegation from Kerala is discussing a proposed agreement on healthcare manpower with the United Arab Emirates (UAE) government in Dubai.

The delegation, led by state Health Minister P K Sreemathi, was received by UAE Health Minister Humaid Mohammed Obaid Al Qatami in Dubai late on Thursday.

According to the Emirates News Agency (WAM), the two sides discussed ways of having a memorandum of understanding for training medical, nursing cadres and exchange of expertise in the first aid care and preventive medical sectors.

Of the around 1.5 million expatriate Indians in this Gulf nation, a large number hail from Kerala.

Al Qatami, while welcoming the Indian delegation, referred to the deep-rooted bilateral relations between the Emirati and Indian peoples.

On her part, Sreemathi commended the role played by the UAE health ministry to provide better medical services in the country.

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Old November 24th, 2008, 06:44 PM   #84
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Recession not to block Kerala's IT sector plans

THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Unfazed by the global recession,Kerala would go ahead with its plan to set up a string of Information Technology parks across
the state,Chief Minister V S Achuthanandan told the state assembly on Monday.

There was no question of shelving the plans to develop IT parks in all the districts as the government did not think that the global crisis had seriously hit India's IT sector, Achuthanandan said during question hour.

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Borri forms JV with Unitek

Italy-headquartered Borri Industrial Power Solutions has planned to enter India in collaboration with Kerala-based Unitek Power Solutions India Ltd. The two companies will set up a modern manufacturing plant at Pazhanganad in Ernakulam district, with an investment of Rs 30 crore.

A Unitek official told Projectmonitor that a separate joint venture will be formed to implement the project, and that Borri will initially hold around 10 per cent equity stake. The new unit that will manufacture uninterrupted power supplies, mainly for industrial application is likely to commission within one year, the official said.

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Old December 4th, 2008, 05:39 AM   #86
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Doon-Kerala train from January

Doon-Kerala train from January
2 Dec 2008, 0000 hrs IST, TNN

DEHRADUN: From January 2009, Uttarakhand will be linked to Thiruvananthapuram in Kerala by the 2288 Dehradun-Kochuveli Express. The new train will
pass through Uttar Pradesh, Delhi, Maharashtra, Andhra Pradesh and Karnataka before reaching Kerala.

The 2287 Kochuveli-Dehradun Express will depart from Kochuveli, the second railway station in Thiruvananthapuram, at 8.50 am every Wednesday to reach Dehradun at 6.05 pm on the third day. The 2288 Dehradun-Kochuveli Express will depart from Dehradun at 7.20 am every Sunday to reach Kochuveli at 3.30 pm on the third day, according to Northern Railway sources.

The train will comprise AC two-tier, AC three-tier, second class sleeper, general coaches and luggage vans.

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Old December 4th, 2008, 05:44 AM   #87
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Global crisis fails to dent Kerala property prices

Staff Writer on Tuesday, December 02, 2008

The real estate market in Kerala has not been impacted in the global financial crisis, said an association.

"The Kerala realty market is predominantly end-user driven and is not a speculative market and has recorded a consistent growth in the demand for residential property," Kerala Builders Forum said yesterday.

The forum will host the Kerala Property Expo 2008 in Dubai and Abu Dhabi.

In Dubai, the three-day exhibition will be held at the Al Boom Village from Friday.

"We have found that most Gulf-based Non-Resident Indian investors tend to be cautious.

"An investment for them should promise a safe and profitable return as it involves devoting their hard-earned life-savings into it.

"We are able to provide a secure platform to our customers as all the projects showcased in the Kerala Property Expo are with necessary permits from the authorities concerned," said George E George, Chairman, Kerala Builders Forum.

Kerala has witnessed a steady appreciation in realty values of up to 35 per cent annually since the last 10 years.

KP Kannan, member of the National Commission for Enterprises in the Unorganised Sector and a former director of the Centre for Development Studies, said recently that nearly a third of the $26 billion (Dh95.4bn) flowing into the country as remittances, or about $8 billion, is from Kerala expatriates.

A major share of this remittance is finding its way to the property market.

The GCC has a large number of Kerala expats

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Old December 5th, 2008, 06:40 AM   #88
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Why international tourists like South India tours? – Rejuvenate your mind, body and soul!

Rohan Arora
December 04, 2008
Why international tourists like South India tours?

From time immemorial South India has attracted tourists from the country and abroad. Its hill stations, beaches and ancient buildings have brought tourists from far and wide. But have you ever pondered why international tourists like south India tours? The prime reason behind it is the top class and yet cheap relaxation and rejuvenation available here.

Tourists traveling from outside India enjoy these South India tours and packages like Kerala Backwater, Ayurveda in Kerala, Periyar Wildlife Sanctuary, Marina Beach and others. More than sightseeing, what attracts the foreign tourists most are the Ayurvedic therapies, massages, yoga, sauna and spa treatments available in wide range in South India.

International tourists take up Kerala tours to enjoy the special Ayurvedic treatments readily available here. The connection of Kerala with Ayurveda is not new. Ayurveda is popular among the tourists, especially foreigners. The Ayurveda Colleges in Kerala teaches the traditional and improved ways of Ayurvedic treatments through scientific research.

Specialized Ayurveda treatments

The special treatments that draw thousands of international tourists to this part of the country are Elakizhi, Pizhichil, Njavarakizhi, Sirodhara, Shirovasthi and Abhyangam. Panchakarma Treatmentis, another type of treatment, is also quite popular. This treatment not only cleans the body of toxic materials left by disease, but also provides nutrition.

Ayurveda Resorts in Kerala

There is a range of inexpensive accommodations available for the international tourists. But, during their visit to this place, the tourists prefer to stay at the resorts that offer them Ayurvedic treatments. Such hotels and resorts are spread across the state including places like Trivandrum, Quilon, Pathanamthitta, Alleppey, Kottayam, Kochi, Trissur, Idukki, Palakkad, Malapuram, Kozhikode, Wynad, Kannur and Kasargod.


Some famous Ayurvedic resorts in Kerala include Travancore Heritage Resort Beach & Lake Resort, Kadavu Beach Resort, The Beach & Lake, The River Retreat Surya and Samudra Beach Garden which is the Ideal Ayurvedic Resort located near Chowara beach.

Sauna and Spa

South India also has the finest luxury spas in India that provide best facilities and spa treatments to local as well as international tourists. The good quality spa treatments coupled with the great scenic locations are the best offer for the international tourists who come here to rejuvenate their senses and spend a relaxing holiday. Bangalore offers special spa facilities at various hotels and wellness centers.

The special spa menu includes both modern and traditional exotic spa therapies and treatments and is also inexpensive compared to the ones available outside India. Tourists come here to rejuvenate their senses from various spa therapies and treatments. Hawaiian massage, Thai massage and Balinese massage are also available. The international tourists do not miss to try the lavender scrubs, geranium cream wraps, jasmine bath and the chakra head and shoulder massage.

Yoga and Meditation Classes

Yoga and meditation classes are also held at some hotels or Ayurveda centers. The international tourists enjoy a complete rejuvenation package during their holidays in south India. The eight main Yogas like Karma Yoga, Mantra Yoga, Tantra Yoga, Bhakti Yoga, Hatha Yoga, Jnana Yoga, Raja Yoga and Laya Yoga are very useful. Foreign tourists come to these yoga centers to practice the art of healthy living. In the recent times, Kerala has become a one-stop destination for Ayurveda and Yoga.

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Old December 8th, 2008, 08:33 AM   #89
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THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: The Department of Industries, Government of Kerala, has undertaken an initiative to offer industry-specific lands to non-resident Indian investors in the Gulf region to set up industrial units in the high-growth industry hubs in the State.

As per the proposed scheme, land developed by Government agencies such as Kerala State Industrial Development Corporation (KSIDC), Kerala Industrial Infrastructure Development Corporation (KINFRA) and Directorate of Industries& Commerce (DIC) will be made available to prospective NRI investors.

KSIDC offers175 acres in its Industrial Growth Centre in Mananthery village of Thalassery Taluk at Rs 10.64 lakh per acre. Another 34 acres of land suitable for light engineering industries is also available with KSIDC in the Pudussery village of Palakkad, for long-term lease.

Roads, power, water supply and telecommunication facilities are available.

More than 190 acres of land is offered by KINFRA in the districts of Kannur, Pathanamthitta and Thiruvananthapuram. The land would be available on long-term lease to set up textile manufacturing centres, food processing units, SMEs, garment manufacturing units, infotainment industries etc. In addition to this, 70,000 sq. ft. of built-up area is also available at the Animation Special Economic Zone in the KINFRA Park, Thiruvananthapuram, on lease upto 6 years, at Rs 11.32 per sq. ft.

KINFRA lands are provided with all basic infrastructure facilities like approach roads, uninterrupted power supply, water supply and other common facilities, including round-the-clock security. Around 180.6 acres of land is being offered by DIC, either for outright purchase or on hire, at the Industrial Clusters in the districts of Pathanamthitta, Palakkad and Kasargod districts. The prices range from Rs 306 to Rs 4,993 per cent.

Services like land-levelling, water supply and electricity will be made by the DIC, along with investors, on 50:50 cost-sharing basis.

Interested NRI individuals/entrepreneurs/firms based in the Gulf region can apply online, by logging on to www.ksidcinvest.org. Investors can choose the desired location for setting up the units from among the available lands and submit the online registration form. They should also send detailed and specific project proposals by January 31, 2009.
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NHDP to change over to annuity model for road stretches

The Union government is likely to change from BoT to annuity model for few nonlucrative stretches of the National Highways Development Programme (NHDP) under NHDP phase-III and phase-V which have failed to attract bidders.

The option is considered the road stretches which are mostly in Bihar, Orissa, Jharkhand, Chhattisgarh and Kerala. This will impact bidding for at least 20-30 projects with estimated investment of Rs.25,000 crore. The annuity model guarantees payment to developers from the government. This differs from BOT model where operator owns the road stretch for the period of concession and recovers its investment by collecting toll revenues.

NHDP will take its final call, after the government unveils its special package for the infrastructure sector which will provide funds for road projects at concessional rates.

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Kerala to announce Rs.200 cr package for ROB works

The Kerala government is likely to approve a Rs.200 crore as special financial assistance package for completing stalled railway over-bridge (ROB) projects in the state.

The funds are to be used for settling the dues of the Roads and Bridges Corporation and repaying a Housing and Urban Development Corporation Ltd loan mobilised for ROB works. It also envisaged an examination of the hurdles faced by each project, including financial crunch and permission from the railway authorities.

The government will initiate steps to identify and completing those stalled works of the Public Works Department. It had also decided to expedite initiatives for starting works on all the proposed bypasses in the state, including the Thalassery-Mahe bypass and the Kollam bypass.

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19 Railway sations in kerala to be modernised, according to minister of state for railways, Mr. Velu

The stations which will be made world class are - Trivandrum Central, Kochuveli, Varkala, Kollam junction, Alappuzha, Chengannur, Thiruvalla, Kottayam, Ernakulam Town, Ernakulam Junction, Aluva, Thrissur, Palakkad Junction,Shoranur Junction, Thirur, Kozhikode, Vadakara, Tellicherry and Kannur.

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The stations which will be made world class are - Trivandrum Central, Kochuveli, Varkala, Kollam junction, Alappuzha, Chengannur, Thiruvalla, Kottayam, Ernakulam Town, Ernakulam Junction, Aluva, Thrissur, Palakkad Junction,Thirur, Kozhikode, Vadakara, Tellicherry and Kannur.
What about 150 kms between Kannur and Mangalore? Sheer neglect towards Kasargod and north malabar once again.
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What about 150 kms between Kannur and Mangalore? Sheer neglect towards Kasargod and north malabar once again.
I agree. But they've not considered Changanasseri and Piravam road railway stations also.
But this is a decision take by the central Govt. and not by the Communist led state govt.

suppose our kerala govt. had a separate minister for railways (other than Vijayakumar. he's too busy with port related developments). Then he/she would have considered the development of all the railway stations in kerala except those in Central travancore.

Also, It was stated by velu that Kayankulam-Kottayam-Ernakulam doubling work will take another 3 years to complete.

Ppl from other districts are not willing to travel by trains passing by Kottayam. Reason - It takes more than 3 1/2 hours to cross this route. Even superfast trains move like snail in this route.tanx to too many crossings etc.

Also, the state Govt. has not taken steps for implementing Kottayam-madurai railway line, while they are considering new lines such as Thalassery-Mysore,
Kanjangad-Nanjagode, Trissur-Olavangode, Guruvayoor-tanur, Edappally-Guruvayoor etc.


So it's crystal clear that they've neglected Kottayam.

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What man? Changanassery is only 7 kms from Thiruvalla which is already in the list. Chengannur is there bcos of Sabarimala. I thot Kottayam, Thiruvalla and Chengannur all belongs to Central Travancore. Or doesn't they? I am talking about the whole 150 kms between Kannur and Mangalore. 150 kms is one-fourth of the entire length of Kerala. I am worried about the whole region which is being neglected. And you are pointing out just two stations in Kottayam dist?
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The Central Govt.allotted Rs.4779.28 Cr for the development of National Highways in Kerala.

NH-17
Kannur-Vengalam (82 Kms)-> Rs.1143.66 Cr
Vengalam-Kuttippuram (88 Kms)-> Rs.1108.47 Cr

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Cherthala-Oachira (86 Kms)-> Rs.1286.36 Cr
Oachira-Thiruvananthapuram (86 Kms)-> Rs.1240.79 Cr

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I think the following railway stations in Kerala should also be developed, keeping in mind about the future developments.

Trivandrum Pettah, Karunagappalli, Kayamkulam Junction., Cherthala, Changanasseri, Ettumanoor & or / Piravom road, Tripunithura, Angamali, Guruvayoor,
Chalakkudi & or / Puthukkad, Ferok, Payyannur, Kasaragod and Kanjhangad.
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I think the following railway stations in Kerala should also be developed, keeping in mind about the future developments.

Trivandrum Pettah, Karunagappalli, Kayamkulam Junction., Cherthala, Changanasseri, Ettumanoor & or / Piravom road, Tripunithura, Angamali, Guruvayoor,
Chalakkudi & or / Puthukkad, Ferok, Payyannur, Kasaragod and Kanjhangad.
All the district capital railway stations should be given the same priority and the important station in the district which does not have a railway station in its district capital. But there should be a good reservation centre at all the district capitals. The railway stations that are close to airports, sea ports, major bus stations, pilgrimage centers and tourist destination should be given the next priority. All the Juction stations should be given the next priority irrespective of their location.

I think there should be a separate thread for Kerala Railway development projects. We can put our combined efforts for all the Rail-related requirements of Kerala and the news. Hope somebody will take initaitive regarding this at the right location in the forum.

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All the district capital railway stations should be given the same priority and the important station in the district which does not have a railway station in its district capital. But there should be a good reservation centre at all the district capitals. The railway stations that are close to airports, sea ports, major bus stations, pilgrimage centers and tourist destination should be given the next priority. All the Juction stations should be given the next priority irrespective of their location.

I think there should be a separate thread for Kerala Railway development projects. We can put our combined efforts for all the Rail-related requirements of Kerala and the news. Hope somebody will take initaitive regarding this at the right location in the forum.

You are right Reghu.
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Kerala sets example to the world

By Shirin Shirin

In his 2005 book The World Is Flat, Thomas Friedman joined a chorus of economists who touted India as the latest development success story, despite overwhelming evidence to the contrary. While India has for the first time in recent history developed a middle class with disposable income, such growth has not been accompanied by meaningful poverty reduction.

According to the United Nations Development Program's Human Development Index, which measures human development through a variety of indicators, including life expectancy, literacy rates and infant mortality rates, India has consistently been placed between 124 and 128 in the ranking of about 175 countries since 1998. While its absolute development grade has been going up, these marginal gains are not what one would expect to see in a "development success story".

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