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Old Posted Aug 20, 2007, 1:23 AM
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Great updates Sathya.
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Columbia Asia is an international company engaged in the delivery of modern healthcare services across Asia. The company currently has operations and developments in Malaysia, Vietnam, and India. In India they have two hospitals, at Bangalore and Kolkata.

http://www.columbiaasia.com/

Now entering Trivandrum, at Akkulam lake front, NH Bypass.



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Film & Video Park
A small building can be seen left. This is Jai Hind TVs temporary office. They are constructing their own campus.

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Apart from the cost advantage, Kerala has a large talent pool which is critical for the growth of the people-intensive software industry,” said Mr Kris Gopalakrishnan, CEO and Managing Director, Infosys Technologies, which has facilities in Technopark, Thiruvanathapuram.

“Cost of doing business in terms of infrastructure and other expenses in Thiruvananthapuram works out to 60 per cent of that in Bangalore,” says Mr N. Radhakrishnan Nair, CEO, Technopark, the oldest IT park in the country.

Looking ahead, more IT companies are likely to go in for large-scale recruitment. Infosys plans to invest Rs 306 crore to build its own campus in Thiruvanathapuram, which will further create 8,000 jobs. It now operates from a leased premises.

http://www.thehindubusinessline.com/...2051450200.htm
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The new IISc would come up in Thiruvananthapuram and Bhopal, while three new IITs have been allotted to Bihar, Andhra Pradesh and Rajasthan, Rao, a former Director of the Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore, said.

Each IISc has a budget of Rs 500 crore.

http://in.news.yahoo.com/070818/20/6jm18.html
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Some of the technopark buildings(top parts) are visible from Film & Video Park. The distance between them is around 4 kms
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Nerve centre

The VSSC, the nerve centre of the Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO), has built the three-stage GSLV-F02, which is 49 metre-tall and weighs 414 tonnes.

http://www.hindu.com/2007/08/22/stor...2254771500.htm
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NEW DELHI: After real estate major Emaar and Nakheel, it was the turn of another Dubai-based infrastructure giant SS Lootah group to enter the Indian market. The multi billion dollar, privately held company has decided to enter the real estate, infrastructure and IT sector of the country.

The group has acquired an IT company, with 600 employees, in Thiruvananthapuram and the deal is likely to be announced in a couple of days. Vice-chairman of the group Yahya Bin Saeed Al-Lootah said that India will be the gateway to invest in the East Asian Market.
http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/B...ow/2299150.cms

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No surprises. It is natural.

College of Engineering, Thiruvananthapuram, the most sought-after Government college.
For the MBBS programme, Medical College Thiruvananthapuram was the top choice
For the BDS course, Dental College Thiruvananthapuram was the top choice among students

Among self-financing colleges under the Government, Sree Chithira Thirunal College, Pappanamcode, and the Model Engineering College, Thripunithura, were among the most preferred colleges.

http://www.hindu.com/2007/08/22/stor...2260320500.htm
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IITM-K is shadowed by India’s best Bio-technology ,Space and Science Institutes in the town. Now it is planning high-end programs targeting the professionals.

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Indian Institute of Information Technology and Management-Kerala (IIITM-K) has kicked off plans to open its doors for professionals working for different companies situated in Technopark.

A decision to go on an open mode was taken at a meeting of the board of directors of the IIITM-K, headed by S Gopalakrishnan, chairman, Infosys Technologies.
The institute plans to offer courses in the areas of theoretical and applied computer science like software engineering, IT, GIS and geoinformatics, information sciences and knowledge management, mathematical foundations of IT, signals systems and signal processing, control theory, e-governance and web-technologies.

http://www.business-standard.com/str...o=295326&tab=r
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Eyeing a foothold overseas with a focus on services for medical value travellers, Thiruvananthapuram-based Kerala Institute of Medical Sciences (KIMS) is working on a five-year plan to develop centres in international destinations.
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According to him, there has been a marked increase in medical travellers to India and KIMS too has benefited. "Last year, we had as many as 19,700 medical value travel patients.
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Pyramid Saimira Theatre limited (PSTL); India’s largest Theatre Chain Company has announced that they will set an I Max theatre in the capital city, in a short while. The announcement was made by the chairman of PSTL Mr Natarajan, in the launch function of their first production in Malayalam.

PSTL is currently India’s largest theatre chain with over 371 screens under management across South India. The company which has more than 2.41 lakh seats per show is planning to increase its presence manifold, by acquiring 1,550 locations across India with over 2000 screens by 2010.
Source :http://www.indiaglitz.com/channels/m...cle/33154.html

Trivandrum city currently has close to 17 releasing theaters, which is much higher than 3-4 releasing theaters present in the marshy city of Kerala
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Great updates Sathya

@Subin. You are right. Here things happen without any hype.

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Trivandrum city currently has close to 17 releasing theaters, which is much higher than 3-4 releasing theaters present in the marshy city of Kerala
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Thumbs up Good response to Vizhinjam tender

Minister for Ports M. Vijayakumar has said that the response to the global tender recently floated by the State Government for the deepwater container transhipment terminal at Vizhinjam, near here, has been encouraging. He was inaugurating the corporate office of Vizhinjam International Seaport Limited (VISL), the company constituted by the Government to oversee the execution of the project. Mr. Vijayakumar said 14 tenders, including five from international entities, had been received by VISL so far. Its known that majors like Dubai Ports World, Maersk have submitted tenders.

http://www.hindu.com/2007/08/23/stor...2362230300.htm
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Thumbs up KGA plans big in Trivandrum

KGA group planning a 300 crore resort at kovalam and a 200cr hotel cum shopping complex at palayam.

http://www.mangalam.com/cgi-bin/news...ws&code=333269

http://www.projectsmonitor.com/detai...p?newsid=13227
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