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Old August 29th, 2009, 09:43 AM   #61
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Nilambur-Trivandrum Train service..

A permanent Nilambur-TVM Express should be commenced.
Also a train named "MALAPURAM EXPRESS" should be started, which runs between Nilambur and New Delhi via Bangalore.
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A railway stn. named after Malapuram

Jaleelka..
Whats your opinion of renaming of Angadipuram Stn. as Malapuram Road Stn. or Malapuram Angadipuram Terminus so on..
If i were the Railway minister, i would have implemented these things.
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Old August 30th, 2009, 08:57 AM   #64
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Jaleelka..
Whats your opinion of renaming of Angadipuram Stn. as Malappuram Road Stn. or Malapuram Angadipuram Terminus so on..
If i were the Railway minister, i would have implemented these things.
Yes Quraishie. I agree.
But still I doubt, ru Captain Quraishie? Because, still some of your statments are exactly like those made by that 'Kappithaan'.

BTW have you studied the viability factors of a Train from Nilambur to New Delhi ? We even do not have a direct train to New Delhi from one of our Railway Divisional HQ !!

As I had advised you earlier, let us be realistic & practical. Better we plan & discuss about 'achieveable' agenda as of now. The other things also we shall consider, ofcourse - but with a lower priority. May be one day there shall be an airport at Nilambur in future that shall be connected not only to the different parts of the world, but also to all the major global cities. However, the need of the hour is to have better infrastructure - especially good roads, railways, bridges etc for the Malappuram District.

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I don't think it can not be termed as a 'Terminus' as the line still continues upto Nilambur. Otherwise, we should try for a line linking Angadippuram with Malappuram and somewhere near MSP Camp, we can plan the Malappuram Terminus.
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Nilambur-B'lore train is a need of hour

Ya..that i will agree with you..You are saying that we dont have New Delhi trains from our divisional HQs. We have trains passing through Palakkad. We have H.Nizamudheen Exp from EKM etc.
Anyway atleast a Bangalore Exp train is deserved to start from Nilambur. I agree that the stn. is not a big one. But it is a terminus/start point as well. The said train not only serve people from Malapuram but also from Shoranur, Palakkad and CBE as well.
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A hitech shopping compex to come up in Malapuram KSRTC Depot

Trivandrum : The KSRTC would launch 1,000 buses every year. The government would extend bank guarantee to the loan to be availed of from financial institutions for purchasing the buses. As part of generating additional revenue, the corporation would construct modern shopping complexes in 30 select bus stations. The complexes would be built with the assistance of the Kerala Transport Finance Development Corporation (KTDFC).

Minister for Transport Mathew T. Thomas said the KSRTC could roll out 188 new buses from its building units in the State. Last month alone, the corporation could roll out an all-time record of 71 buses. The target for December was 80 buses, he said.

Mr. Thomas said the KSRTC could generate an additional revenue of Rs.80 crore once the shopping complexes were completed. A pilot project had commenced in Angamaly. Other complexes would be constructed at Thampanoor, Peroorkada, Malappuram and Kozhikode.
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KSRTC's 12F Hitech Shopping Complex planned in Malapuram

Trivandrum : The corporation would launch 1,000 buses every year. The government would extend bank guarantee to the loan to be availed of from financial institutions for purchasing the buses. As part of generating additional revenue, the corporation would construct modern shopping complexes in 30 select bus stations. The complexes would be built with the assistance of the Kerala Transport Finance Development Corporation (KTDFC).

Minister for Transport Mathew T. Thomas said the KSRTC could roll out 188 new buses from its building units in the State. Last month alone, the corporation could roll out an all-time record of 71 buses. The target for December was 80 buses, he said.

Mr. Thomas said the KSRTC could generate an additional revenue of Rs.80 crore once the shopping complexes were completed. A pilot project had commenced in Angamaly. Other complexes would be constructed at Thampanoor, Peroorkada, Malappuram and Kozhikode.
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AMU Special Campus at Malappuram

ALIGARH, August 8: A review meeting was held yesterday at Thiruvananthapuram for establishing AMU Special Campus at Malappuram, Kerala.

The meeting was presided by Mr. M.A. Baby, Minister for Education and Culture and attended by Mr. K.P. Rajendran, Minister for Revenue, Government of Kerala to review the progress made in the acquisition of land to be provided to AMU for establishing a special centre at Malappuram.

Education Minister, Mr. Baby expressed happiness to have a part of AMU in Kerala. He informed that the Kerala State Government has made substantial progress in identifying the required land in Malappuram. He said that the Revenue Department is taking all necessary actions in this regard and has set up an additional Collectorate with 40 staff to expedite the process of land acquisition. He assured that funds will not be a problem in acquiring the land. Every step will be taken on a 'fast track' basis, he added.

The Education Minister urged the AMU Vice Chancellor, Prof. P.K. Abdul Azis to go ahead with the technical assessment of the land and appointment of staff and calling for admission to various courses to be started simultaneously in order to make the Centre functional in the next academic session without waiting for formal transfer of land. He was confident of completing the major part of land acquisition in three to four months' time frame.

AMU Vice Chancellor, Prof. P.K. Abdul Azis has thanked the ministers present and the Government of Kerala for the keen interest displayed by all the related government departments and the necessary steps taken in making the Centre a reality.

Prof. Azis emphasized that AMU should get encumbrance free land with a clearly demarcated boundary and it should be handed over to AMU within two or three months so that the process of necessary approvals in the University bodies as well as from the Ministry of Human Resource Development could be completed expeditiously.

The Vice Chancellor also urged to provide an unhindered two lane wide road so that the access to the campus could be ensured. He also requested the state government for extending electricity and water pipeline and promised that DPR (Detailed Project Report) will be prepared immediately by engaging a professional agency so that everything could happen in fast track manner.

Mr. Paloli Mohamed Kutty, Minister for Local Self Government has assured that the AMU will get the necessary land in time and that he has directed the officials of his department to speed up the process of land acquisition.

Other important government officials who participated in the review committee meeting included Mr. V. Sasi Kumar, Member of Legislative Assembly, Smt. Nivedita P. Haran, Principal Secretary, Revenue, Dr. S. Ravindran, Director, Survey of Land, K.S. Chandrashekhran, Additional Director of Survey and Land Acquisition, Subair Kutty, Joint Secretary, CLR, Smt. T. Meena Kumary, Deputy Commissioner (Land Acquisition), Mrs. Sushma, Joint Secretary, Revenue Department, Mr. Kuruvilla John, Principal Secretary, Higher Education, Advocate Beeran Sahib, Member, AMU Court. Prof. Anwar Jahan Zuberi, Vice Chancellor, Calicut University also participated in the meeting. Prof. N.A.K. Durrani, Media Advisor, Aligarh Muslim University made a Power Point presentation briefly sketching the profile of AMU and the basic framework and the model to be set up at the special centre at Malappuram.
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Rs.2,000 Crore Medi City Project in Malapuram

Medi City project in Panakkad Industrial Estate
http://www.thehindu.com/2009/01/31/s...3156030300.htm

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Project to cost Rs.2,000 crore

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It will have medical equipment making units

Complex proposed to be completed in four years

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MALAPPURAM: A large hospital complex with 79 per cent private participation is being planned at Panakkad near here. The government will give 100 hectares of land to Infrastructures Kerala Ltd. (InKEL) for the Rs.2,000-crore project.

The proposed land in the Panakkad Industrial area had originally been suggested for a special centre of Aligarh Muslim University. The hospital complex will be named Medi City Kerala, and will have comprehensive medical treatment facilities, institutions for medical training and education, and medical equipment manufacturing facility.

Government officials said Medi City Kerala would be the first medical equipment manufacturing park in the State. Apart from providing modern medical facilities, it will generate thousands of jobs directly and indirectly.

InKEL will invest Rs.425 crore while private players will have to chip in Rs.1,575 crore. The project is proposed to be completed in four years.

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Book on Malapuram :"Malappuram Mudrakal" Released

http://www.hindu.com/2009/10/09/stor...0951040300.htm

On Malappuram

[BOOK RELEASE: Kaithapram Damodaran Namboothiri, M.K. Muneer, Abdussamad Samadani, P.K. Kunhalikutty, and M. Gangadharan flip through the pages of ‘Malappuram Mudrakal,’ which was released in Malappuram on Thursday.[/QUOTE]
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Rs.2,000 Cr. Medi City to come up in Malapuram

Medi City project for Panakkad Industrial Estate
http://www.thehindu.com/2009/01/31/s...3156030300.htm
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Project to cost Rs.2,000 crore
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Complex proposed to be completed in four years

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MALAPPURAM: A large hospital complex with 79 per cent private participation is being planned at Panakkad near here. The government will give 100 hectares of land to Infrastructures Kerala Ltd. (InKEL) for the Rs.2,000-crore project.

The proposed land in the Panakkad Industrial area had originally been suggested for a special centre of Aligarh Muslim University. The hospital complex will be named Medi City Kerala, and will have comprehensive medical treatment facilities, institutions for medical training and education, and medical equipment manufacturing facility.

Government officials said Medi City Kerala would be the first medical equipment manufacturing park in the State. Apart from providing modern medical facilities, it will generate thousands of jobs directly and indirectly.

InKEL will invest Rs.425 crore while private players will have to chip in Rs.1,575 crore. The project is proposed to be completed in four years.
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New MIMS Hospital in Kottakkal

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Former president A P J Abdul Kalam will inaugurate a new hospital promoted by the Dubai-based Dr Moopen’s Group in Kerala’s Malappuram district today.
The 300-bed Malabar Institute of Medical Sciences (MIMS) Kottakkal is the second full-fledged hospital the group is opening in Kerala after the MIMS hospital in Kozhikode.
“This dream project is aimed at providing medical care of international standards to more people at affordable costs,” said Dr Azad Moopen, the group’s chairman. “This will become a specialty centre for keyhole surgery and emergency medicine.”
One of the first hospitals in India to get accredited by the National Accreditation Board of Hospitals and Healthcare (NABH), the MIMS Kozhikode has received several internationally recognised awards for excellence in healthcare services.
The new hospital offers services of general medicine, paediatrics, orthopaedics, ENT, general surgery, gynaecology, dental treatments, critical care and advanced physiotherapy. The super specialty departments include cardiology, endocrinology, gastroenterology, neurology and rheumatology.
“Situated on the national highway, the hospital has qualified, trained and dedicated doctors and paramedical staff,” Moopen said. “Our motto is to make available better treatment services with the latest technologies and equipment and shall strive to provide international standards at an affordable cost.”
He said laparoscopic surgery has a vital role in medical field as the most advanced and safe method and the MIMS Kottakkal will be an advanced centre of minimal invasive surgery.
Dr Abdullah Cherayakkat, former honorary assistant professor and consultant at the King Khalid Hospital in Riyadh, is the managing director of MIMS while Dr Nalakath Yoonus, the former head of the quality department at MIMS Kozhikode heads the new facility.
Health Minister P K Sreemathi will preside over the inaugural function to be attended by Muslim League president Panakkad Hyder Ali Shihab Thangal, Kerala MPs E T Mohamed Basheer, P V Abdul Wahab and M I Shanavas , state legialator M Ummer MLA and Dr P K Warrier, managing trustee of the Arya Vaidya Sala, Kottakkal.
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New rail lines in Malappuram Dist

Tender has been called for Tanur-Guruvayur line.

The survey report of Nilambur-Bathery-Nanjangud (Mysore) rail line (236 kms) has been submitted to Railway Board and sent for appraisal of Planning commission.

The survey report of Angadipuram-Malappuram-Kozhikode line (77 kms) has also been submitted to Railway Board.

Hope Mr.E.Ahmed sahib takes genuine interest?????
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NILAMBUR and KOTTAKAL TO BE MADE MUNICIPALITIES.THIS WAS APPROVED BY THE STATE CABINET LAST WEEK.
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Yes...Hopes are on for malapuramites..
Tanur-Guruvayur rail line is just lacking the co-operation from the part of public, in the case of land acquisition.

Angadipuram - Malapuram - Kozhikode line is also a dream project. Union Minister Mr.E Ahmed has promised a railway line through Malapuram Town within the 5yr segment of this UPA Govt. He made this promise two weeks ago, when he inagurated the Students Union of Govt. College, Malapuram.
The alignment proposed by the survey report is as follows :

West Hill-Kakkodi-Malapuram-Angadipuram
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Yes...Hopes are on for malapuramites..
Tanur-Guruvayur rail line is just lacking the co-operation from the part of public, in the case of land acquisition.

Angadipuram - Malapuram - Kozhikode line is also a dream project. Union Minister Mr.E Ahmed has promised a railway line through Malapuram Town within the 5yr segment of this UPA Govt. He made this promise two weeks ago, when he inagurated the Students Union of Govt. College, Malapuram.
The alignment proposed by the survey report is as follows :

West Hill-Kakkodi-Malapuram-Angadipuram

GREAT PROPOSAL..!!
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GREAT PROPOSAL..!!
Yes..exactly its a great proposal..
Implementation of this project will make Calicut to become the first junction in north kerala; and also later on will become the railway hub of Malabar.
Whole Malabar will be benefited by this line esp Malapuram & Kozhikode.
To have a railway link to the district capital is a longstanding dream of 3.6 million malapuramites. This line will also connects Karipur airport, MSP HQ and the proposed AMU campus near Cherukara rly stn.
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Yes..exactly its a great proposal..
Implementation of this project will make Calicut to become the first junction in north kerala; and also later on will become the railway hub of Malabar.
Whole Malabar will be benefited by this line esp Malapuram & Kozhikode.
To have a railway link to the district capital is a longstanding dream of 3.6 million malapuramites. This line will also connects Karipur airport, MSP HQ and the proposed AMU campus near Cherukara rly stn.

Good. but the area near Calict, Westhill , Kakkodi, etc. are densely populated urban subarbs. aqusistion will be difficult.
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Classes at AMU Malapuram Campus from July 10

Classes at AMU centre from July 10
http://www.hindu.com/2010/01/08/stor...0854360400.htm

MALAPPURAM: The special centre of Aligarh Muslim University (AMU) being set up in Malappuram district will begin classes from the next academic year.

AMU Registrar V.K. Abdul Jaleel, who visited the proposed site for the special centre at Chelemala, near Perinthalmanna on Thursday, said the university would begin its academic programmes at a temporary building at Cherukara.

Mr. Jaleel said classes could start on July 10 after making some alterations to the building. He was accompanied by a team of academics comprising Parvez Musthajab, Controller of Examinations; Javed Akhthar, Dean of Faculty in Management Studies; Ekram Husain, former Dean of Faculty in Engineering; and N.A.K. Durrani, AMU media advisor and professor of mass communication.

The team examined the 392-acre land proposed for the special centre as well as the temporary building at Cherukara.

The team also examined the Thoothapuzha area from where water is to be pumped for the AMU campus.

V. Sasikumar, MLA; P. Abdurahman, Revenue Divisional Officer; K. Vijayakumar, coordinator for the AMU special centre; P.V. Ramdas, tahsildar in charge of land acquisition; K.T. Ali Asgar, special officer for the campus; and T. Mohanan, geologist, guided the AMU team.

AMU Vice-Chancellor P.K. Abdul Azis had visited the site on September 30 last year and found the proposed land satisfactory if the State government provided road access, water and power supply to the site.
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Aligarh University's Malapuram Off-campus centre

AMU team visits off-campus centre site in Malappuram
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Aligarh: A high-level team of Aligarh Muslim University officials in the leadership of Prof. V. K. Abdul Jaleel, AMU Registrar, visited the university’s off-campus centre site in Malappuram (Kerala) on January 8 to review the progress of the work.

The Committee constituted by AMU Vice Chancellor Prof. P. K. Abdul Azis to prepare a detailed “Action Plan” for the establishment of Special Centre of AMU at Murshidabad (West Bengal) and Malappuram (Kerala) visited Malappurram's proposed campus site and held wide ranging consultations with State Government functionaries and citizens of the area on Friday at Chelamala.

Mr. V. Sasikumar, Member, Kerala Legislative Assembly who accompanied the visiting team to the site said that the state government and the local people both will extend all possible support to AMU and its special centre. He said that 123 acres of land has already been acquired on fast track basis and that too in a short span of time bears testimony to the significance the people attached to the AMU Special centre in Malappuram.

Mr. Mohan Dut, District Collector of Malappuram while briefing the visiting team said that the process of demarcation was completed and the Kerala Land Information Mission surveyed the land to demarcate 123.69 acres to be acquired in the first phase including the land required for the Main Road (100 feet road) to the campus. The Government-constituted District Level Purchase Committee has negotiated with the land owners and fixed the rates ranging from Rs. 8,750 to Rs. 47,000 (for Forty Sq. Meters) according to the type of land. This decision has been forwarded to the government for approval, he said.

While the AMU Committee was holding consultations, the District Collector informed that the State Level Purchase Committee has approved the first phase acquisition rates involving an expenditure of Rs. 13 Crore. The Revenue Minister who was on the phone spoke to Prof. V. K., Abdul Jaleel, AMU Registrar and Leader of the Visiting Team and informed that the Kerala Government will hand over the acquired 123 acres of fist phase land in a Public Function within two weeks.

The State officials also informed that the process of demarcation and land acquisition of balance land out of the total 393 acres is in progress and the special land acquisition staff will complete the task assigned to them in time.

The AMU Visiting Committee comprising Prof. V. K. Abdul Jaleel (Convener), Prof. Pervez Mustajab, Controller of Examinations and Admissions, Prof. Ekram Husain, Prof. Javed Akhtar and Prof. N. A. K. Durrani participated in the review meeting with the officials of various government departments including Revenue, Electricity, Public Works, Land Acquisition, Water Works and CPWD. The team insisted on the time line ad succeeded in evolving a broad consensus that includes handing over of first phase 123 acres land to the University within three weeks of Government notification, fencing of the acquired land including that of the approaching road will be done by the State Government by the end of March 2010. The 10-20 MVA substation will be made ready within six months, portable water supply will be ready within one year and for construction work alternative water arrangement will be made within 3 months. The officials also agreed to provide the list of all tall trees along with the survey map to facilitate holistic planning. They also informed that stone quarry activity was totally stopped in the area earmarked for the setting up of the AMU Centre.

The team also inspected and identified a temporary alternative site for formally launching the AMU Centre in the next academic session in the nearby vicinity.

The State Government officials who were present in the meeting include Dr. K. Vijaykumar, Special Officer, Mr. P. Abdur Rahiman, RDO, Perithalmanna, Mr. P. V. Ramadas, Special Tehsildar (Land Acquisition), Mr. V. Gopinathan, Deputy Director of Collegiate Education, Calicut, Mr. P. Mohanan, Geologist, Mr. Mohammed Ali K., Executive Engineer & Mr. Jud K. Raphell, Executive Engineer, Kerala Electricity Board, Mr. M. Christtrados, AEE, PWD/Roads, Mr. E. V. Rajgopalan, AEE, Water Works Department, Perinthalmanna and Mr. N. N. S. S. Rao, Superintendent Engineer, CPWD, Calicut also participated in the meeting.
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